Laycon joins Grammy Recording Academy as voting member

Nigerian musician and reality TV star, Olamilekan Agbeleshe, popularly known as Laycon, has become a member of Grammy Recording Academy voting committee.

The announcement was made on Tuesday, October 18th, 2022 through the Grammys’ 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.”

Reacting to the news, the BBNaija winner wrote; ”Shouts out to the people making impactful music. 💛”

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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.

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