Warri-Born Ex-Beauty Queen, Giomanni Eyes Grammy Award; Releases Hot Singles
With the likes of top Nigerian music icons, King Sunny Ade (KSA) and Femi Kuti not still being able to win the prestigious US Grammy Awards for Nigeria, Warri, Delta State-born energetic female singer, Gloria Ziregbe known by her stage name as Giomanni, hopes to win the Grammy in the next five years.
A huge fan of 2face Idibia, late Da Grin, D'banj, Wizkid, Tiwa savage, Don Jazzy, Rick Ross, Rihanna, Beyonce, 2Pac amongst others, Giomanni has taken inspirations drawn from the above top artistes in building a formidable music career for herself.
A 2-time beauty queen; Miss Delta 2005 and Miss Tourism 2006, Giomanni has grown to be more ambitious than her contemporaries, sponsors and loving fans would ever have imagined, so much that even without an album yet on the shelves, she's been in high demand both at local and international concert venues. This resulted from the success and general acceptance of her new hit single 'Break It'.
After some time in the United States of America for further studies, this beautiful and sexy performer has taken a step ahead to pursue her music acreer to the fullest.
One of her new singles off her upcoming album 'In Your Faze', 'Break It', is already being slammed at top radio stations across the continent and in clubs. We learnt that the hit single would be digitally distributed by Bungalo Universal Record.
Will this Waffi babe be the first Nigeria-based singer to win the coveted Grammy?
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