By Gbenga Bada
Singer Niniola has acquired a Grammy nod as a composer and nominee for her participation in Beyonce’s The Lion King: The Reward album.
The 33-year-old singer bought a certificates from the recording academy for her efforts on the album which was additionally nominated for Greatest Pop Vocal Album on the 62nd Grammy Awards.
The certificates reads, “The recording academy presents this certificates to Niniola Apata in recognition of your participation as a composer on the Grammy award-nominated recording, “The Lion King: The Reward (Beyonce). Greatest Pop Vocal Album on the 62nd Grammy Awards 2019.”
The 27-track album which drew inspiration from Disney’s animation, ‘Lion King’ options a number of music artists from a variety of areas throughout the universe and most significantly from Africa.
Additionally featured on the album are Burna Boy, Wizkid, Yemi Alade, Tekno, Shatta Wale, Tiwa Savage, and Mr Eazi.
The album additionally has contributions from Jay-Z, Pharrell, Beyonce’s daughter; Blue Ivy Carter, Kendric Lamar, Infantile Gambino, and Niniola.