SZA wins an award from the Songwriters Hall Of Fame

SZA wins an award from the Songwriters Hall Of Fame

TO SZAthe Missouri singer who fuses R&B and neo-soul, will be honored for her music at the Hall Of Fame awards gala, praised by Nile Rodgers, for his “incredible artistic talent”.

The singer will receive theHal David Starlight Award from the Songwriters Hall Of Fame. An award that is awarded to talented young songwriters who have a significant impact on the music industry with their songs”, as specified in the press release accompanying the event.

The 34 year old Solána Imani Rowe she will be the second black woman to receive this recognition which was awarded to twenty years ago Alicia Keys.

“It's a really exciting time for songwriters and music,” said Songwriters Hall of Fame president Nile Rodgers, as reported by NME. And he continues: “Phenomenal artists like Beyoncé and Taylor Swift are pushing the boundaries of success, but the last two years are probably SZA's preserve.”

He then praised his musical qualities, namely “incredible composition, incredible performances, incredible artistic talent”. “She truly deserves to be the winner of the Hal David Starlight Award in 2024!” concluded the Chic singer-songwriter, producer and guitarist.

The person concerned was also enthusiastic about the news, commenting through a message published in an Instagram story: It's the most significant thing for me. You have no idea“, he wrote, before warmly thanking his audience.

The awards ceremony will be held on June 13 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York.