Grammys 2020: Shatta Wale earns first Grammys credit

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Beyonce features Shatta Wale Ghanaian dancehall recording artiste, performer and sound engineer, Shatta Wale has earned his first ever Grammys credit for the 2020 edition.

The 35-year-old singer’s feature on Beyoncé’s acclaimed “The Lion King: The Gift” album landed his name on The Recording Academy’s nomination list which was released Wednesday, November 20.

Shatta Wale’s effort on track 19 – “Already” – with Major Lazer made waves across the African continent when it was released in July this year.

The 27-track soundtrack which features some top international artistes including Wizkid, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, and Mr Eazi, was nominated in the “Best Pop Album” category.

The album competes with Billie Eilish’s “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” and “thank u, next” by Ariana Grande among other albums.

See the nominees below.

MUSIC FOR VISUAL MEDIA

Best Pop Vocal Album:

The Lion King: The Gift – Beyonce

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? – Billie Eilish

Thank U, Next – Ariana Grande

No.6 Collaborations Project – Ed Sheeran

Lover – Taylor Swift

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James Charles ends monthlong hiatus following Tati Westbrook controversy: ‘It’s been a very, very crazy month’

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James Charles is back at work.

The fallout continued in the following weeks, with Charles losing millions of Instagram followers. Charles’ online clothing shop, Sisters Apparel, also briefly disappeared amid the drama.

The controversy surrounding James Charles and Tati Westbrook began in May, after Westbrook took issue with Charles sharing an unsponsored Instagram post mentioning Sugar Bear Hair products — a product Westbrook considered to be in competition with her own Halo Beauty vitamin line.

The controversy surrounding James Charles and Tati Westbrook began in May, after Westbrook took issue with Charles sharing an unsponsored Instagram post mentioning Sugar Bear Hair products — a product Westbrook considered to be in competition with her own Halo Beauty vitamin line. (Ray Tamarra/GC Images via Getty Images)

Westbrook called for critics to stop the “abuse” against Charles following her accusations.

“I do want the hate to stop. I want the picking sides and the abusive memes and the language, and all of that … I really hope on both sides it can stop,” said Westbrook. “That’s not why I made the video.”

Days later, on May 18, Charles posted what would be his final YouTube video before “Hi Sisters,” using the platform to clarify some of the controversy. He also addressed the sexual harassment allegations, sharing screenshots of a conversation between him and a waiter from Seattle, during which the waiter identifies as bisexual to Charles.

In his latest vid, however, Charles says he took some time to “detox” and he’s ready to get back to doing what he loves.

He has also announced that he would be donating a “huge chunk” of the proceeds from some of his upcoming collections to the Trevor Project, a non-profit organization offering suicide prevention and crisis intervention to LGBTQ teens.

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