Protest Anthem 'I can't breathe' Wins song of The Year Grammys 2021
15-03-2021, Monday 10:00am
American singer and songwriter Gabriella Sarmiento Wilson known as H.E.R has won the award 'Song of the year' Grammys 2021 in a stripped-down ceremony aimed at moving past the devastating effects of the covid19 impact on the music industry. The song was composed in remembrance of Late George Floyd and the black lives matter movement.
Gabriella said that she never imagined that her fear and her pain would turn into impact, she added that this is the reason she writes music. She recorded the song at her bedroom at mother's house. Gabriella thanked to his father with cry, who was in tears when she was playing a trial for the first time in front of him.
Gabriella was born on June 27 of 1997 in Vallejo, California in United States. After initial music appearences and singles under her real name, Wilson re-emerged in 2016 with the persona 'H.E.R' with releasing her debut EP H.E.R. Volume 1. British musician Harry Styles won the closely-contested pop solo performance category for 'Watermelon Sugar', his first ever Grammy defeating Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish and Justin Bieber.
The song of the year award recognises writers rather than performers and was written to mark the Black Lives Matter protests in the United States last summer.
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