Sirusho is nominated for the World Music Awards
YEREVAN—Famous Armenian singer Sirusho will join the likes of Adele and Beyoncé as a nominee for Best Female Artist at the World Music Awards, the singer announced on her Facebook page.
Sirusho is also nominated for Best Song and Best Video for her song “PreGomesh.”
“Being nominated for the Awards is already a big achievement for us,” Sirusho said on her Facebook page.
Sirusho is a popular Armenian female singer and composer. She started her career at the age of 7 in Armenia and Canada. She received Armenia’s National Music Award when she was 9. She released her first album in 2000.
In 2008, Sirusho represented Armenia at the Eurovision song contest in Belgrade with “Qele Qele” and placed 4th, the best result of Armenia so far.
Founded in 1989 under the High Patronage of Albert II, Prince of Monaco, the World Music Awards honors the world’s best-selling artists in various categories and to the best-selling artists from each major territory.
The awards show is broadcasted to the Americas, all of Europe, the Middle East, Japan and Southeast Asia, China, India, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, and all of Africa, reaching an estimated worldwide audience of one billion viewers in over 160 countries
Sirusho fans can cast their votes at the World Music Awards’ official website.