Victoria Monét kicked off music’s biggest week by partnering with the Black Music Action Coalition (BMAC) to launch the BMAC x Victoria Monét Music Maker Grant.
Victoria Monét is all about giving back to the next generation of music artists. And you can put that on her mama!
The Grammy-nominated singer, whose up for seven Grammys at Sunday’s award show, kicked off music’s biggest week by partnering with the Black Music Action Coalition (BMAC) to launch the BMAC x Victoria Monét Music Maker Grant. The two parties will officially announce the grant at BMAC’s Grammy Week Music Maker Dinner taking place Wednesday, January 31, Variety reports.
“We are honored to partner with Victoria Monét to uplift a young and deserving Black artist and help further their dreams within the music industry,” Willie “Prophet” Stiggers, BMAC co-founder, president and CEO says.
“Her story is one of resilience and perseverance and it is in that spirit we will continue to pay it forward. BMAC’s mission is to create a more equal playing field by breaking down barriers to entry for our community. Our BMAC Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis Music Maker Dinner is a perfect room to celebrate this initiative.”
“I met Victoria years ago as a songwriter and to see where her gifts have brought her to today has been an incredible journey to watch,” Shawn Holiday, co-founder of BMAC said.
“As a co-founder of BMAC, I am proud to honor her work with establishing the BMAC-Victoria Monét Music Maker Grant and have the opportunity to work together to uplift the next generation of our industry.”
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Source: Black Enterprise