One of the pieces worn by Afropop diva, Yemi Alade in her hit music video ‘Johnny’ is currently on displayed at the prestigious Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, California.
The singer is currently in Los Angeles for the 2016 BET Awards where she got a nomination in the category of the ‘Best International Act: Africa’.
The 2016 BET Awards is slated for Sunday, June 26, 2016, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
The ‘Ferarri’ crooner took to her Instagram page yesterday to share a video of the Amarelis Atelier designed dance attire she wore in the Clarence Peters directed visual for ‘Johnny’ on display in the ‘Sounds of Africa’ section at The Grammy Museum.
A video posted by Yemi Alade (@yemialade) on Jun 24, 2016 at 6:07pm PDT
Yemi Alade’s “Johnny” is the biggest song recorded by an African female artiste in recent times; upon its release, the afro-pop classic became an anthem in Africa, Europe and across the globe and the said visual has gained over 47 million views digitally.
Source:: PM Newspaper