Nigerian music diva Yemi Alade will perform at the first “Earthshot Prize Awards” at Alexandra Palace alongside Ed Sheehan, Coldplay And Shawn Mendez among others.
The exclusive and worldwide broadcast event is organized by the Royal Foundation, led by Prince William of the British Royal Family and recognizes innovative solutions to the world’s environmental challenges.
The one-hour event, hosted by Clara Amfo And Dermot O’Leary, aims to reverse the anti-pessimism trend many people feel about climate change by highlighting the positive work being done to help combat the existential threat to the world.
The Prince William project scoured the world for the greatest scientific talent, ultimately selecting 15 finalists who wowed with extremely exceptional efforts to help preserve the oceans, land and air.
Five people will be chosen as recipients of a £ 1 million funding award, which will enable them to continue and carry out their essential work, which has the potential to help heal our troubled planet.
The Earthshot Award Awards will air on Sunday, October 17, 2021. The five winners of the “Earthshot Award” will be revealed by a panel-studded jury including Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Liverpool forward Mo Salahand actors Emma Thompson, Emma Watson, And David oyelowo.
The ceremony follows the premiere of the documentary series’The Earthshot Award: Repairing Our Planet, ‘which elaborates on each of the 15 finalists.
Yemi Alade has dominated the charts with her rich voice since the release of her album “Empress“And the EP entitled”Regina Don Come. “
She recently completed her American “Empress” tour, performing in cities such as New York, Washington DC, North Adams, Las Vegas and Houston, Texas, and gave an interview to one of the most popular breakfast TV shows in the United States. weekend “Sunday brunch“In the United Kingdom (UK), where he talked about his recent tour and why Nigerian music and musicians have become the toast of the world, with the likes of Burna Boy, Wizkidand other titles topping the charts.
Yemi Alade also claimed that healthy competition has made Nigerian musicians better musicians. “Healthy competition between Nigerian musicians has made our sound better and made us better musicians,” he said.
The singer also spoke with femi ok on the popular program of the Aljazerah network “The socialIn Washington, where she discussed the importance of female representation in the entertainment industry and why young singers should strive for greatness.
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