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Global superstar Sean Paul supports Stonebwoy to bag Grammy nomination

Global superstar Sean Paul supports Stonebwoy to bag Grammy nomination

Global superstar Sean Paul supports Stonebwoy to bag Grammy nomination

International celebrated Dancehall artiste Sean Paul has thrown his support behind Ghana’s Reggae/dancehall prodigy Stonebwoy to promote him to bag the 62nd Grammy Nominations.

This follows Stonebwoy’s online campaign dubbed: “Stonebwoy For Your Grammy Consideration” which he launched on Friday.

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As part of the campaign, he encouraged fans to tweet and use the hashtag in order for it to enter the trending dashboard with the aim of getting the attention needed to gain the nomination.

In support, Sean Paul also uploaded the campaign fliers to his Instagram Stories to create awareness.

Stonebwoy and Sean Paul became friends after they linked up on a song titled ‘Most Original‘ produced by Moniebeatz

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Grammy Awards

The nominees of the 62nd GRAMMY Awards will be announced on Wednesday, November 20 by 15-time GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter, producer, and global superstar Alicia Keys and Chair of the Board of Trustees, Harvey Mason Jr. in a nominations press conference.

The Recording Academy will begin the nominees announcement at approximately 8:20 a.m. ET when Mason Jr. reveals nominees in selected categories at Studio 43 at the CBS Broadcast Center in New York City.

The press conference will be live-streamed right on GRAMMY.com and across the Academy’s social media page including Facebook and Twitter pages.

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As part of Wednesday morning’s live stream, “CBS This Morning” will also simulcast additional categories live with CBS host Gayle King and Keys, who will be returning as host of the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards.

The full list of nominees for the 84 categories will be released on GRAMMY.com immediately following the simulcast, as well as across the Recording Academy’s social media platforms, and there will be additional coverage on “CBS This Morning.”

BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE

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