Written by: Nekisha Cyrus
Congratulations are in order for Nailah Blackman and her manager/ producer Anson Soverall who took home the third-place prize in the ‘Music Video’ category at the 2020 International Songwriting Competition (ISC) for her 2020 release ‘Boujee’.
In addition to their third-place win, the Sokah princess and her team are also celebrating the fact that her song ‘Games’ was also listed amongst the one percent of selected entries that were also awarded an Honorable Mention in the World Music category.
The ISC is an annual song contest that was established in 2002 to provide opportunities for both aspiring and established songwriters to have their songs heard in a professional and international arena. So what exactly, will Nailah be receiving for her third-place prize?
This year’s prizes include the following:
Sharing the exciting news via social media, the Watermelon Gyal wrote:
‘I’m proud and excited to announce that “Boujee” came in 3rd at the 2020 International Songwriting Competition (ISC) with over 26,000 entries from 158 countries all over the world!!!
We at Caribbean Entertainment Hub will like to congratulate both Nailah and Anson on achieving yet another huge milestone. And it seems like Nailah is off to a great start for the month of May, as she just also released her brand new music video for her new single ‘Bad’ officially out now. Check it out below and let us know your thoughts!
Sources: http://www.looptt.com, https://songwritingcompetition.com
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