BBNaija winner Laycon becomes member of Grammy voting committee
Nigerian musician and reality TV star Laycon, has become a member of Grammy Recording Academy voting committee.
This was disclosed by him on Tuesday, via his official Twitter account.
It shared a video of Laycon and tweeted; ”Voter participation is paramount to maintaining #GRAMMYs integrity. Voting Members, you have the power to celebrate your fellow creators who move music forward.”
The selection process for Grammy voting members members comprise recording artistes, producers, songwriters, engineers, instrumentalists, performers and other creators who are active in the recording industry.
For a person to qualify to become a member of the voting academy, he or she must have creative or technical credits in at least six commercially released tracks on a physical music release or 12 on a digital album.
According to Billboard, no less than 12,000 of the Recording Academy’s total 21,00 members are eligible to vote.
Olamilekan Massoud Al-Khalifah Agbeleshebioba, known professionally as Laycon, is a Nigerian media personality, rapper, singer and songwriter.