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Tito Da.fire Gets Recording Academy, Grammy Awards Induction

Tito Da.fire Gets Recording Academy, Grammy Awards Induction
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The already impressive resume of one of Nigeria’s finest artists, Tito Da.fire just got the nod of a global entity. Being diligent and hardworking has its reward; it is on this premise that Tito Da.fire has been nominated and inducted by the world-renowned Recording Academy, owners of the prestigious Grammy Award as a voting member of the culturally rich and diverse class of select music connoisseur for the class of 2022.

The honor did not just fall on the laps of the Abibeji crooner whose body of works was subjected to vigorous top-notch international screening for eight months by a college of judges saddled with the responsibility of inducting new voting members for the Recording Academy.

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This noble and enviable feat is another mark of professional dexterity and international acceptance of Tito Da.fire’s unparalleled passion, growth and command for music; composition, arrangement and delivery; attributes attested to by his creative and talented peers.

As a voting member of the Recording Academy, no doubt, he would be taking his vast wealth of experience and understanding of the meticulous craft of music, alongside his leadership skills as a recording artiste of repute to bear as a worthy member of the select class of 2022.

To say that Tito Da.fire has paid his dues to arrive at this stage is merely stating the obvious, it is time for the global music body to have firsthand knowledge of what sets him poles apart from his peers.
Letter of nomination sent from the Grammy Awards producers to Jedidiah Peters a.k.a. Tito Da.fire, is reproduced below:


Congratulations! Your peers have deemed you as one of the select individuals to join the Recording Academy as part of the new member class of 2022.

This invitation is a reflection of your creativity, leadership, and contributions to the recording arts. Moreover, it’s an opportunity to serve your community, celebrate your craft, and build a stronger future for all music makers.”

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