- 25 Nov 22
RuthAnne's second nomination is in the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album category for her work with Diana Ross.
Irish singer-songwriter RuthAnne Cunningham has taken to Twitter to share in her Grammy nomination delight.
Best known for her part in co-writing Jojo’s ‘Too Little, Too Late’, her nomination this time comes from her work on Diana Ross’ ‘I Still Believe’ from the pop legend's latest album, Thank You, which is vying for an award in Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.
She was previously nominated in this same category for her contribution on John Legend’s, A Legendary Christmas. This came in the same year as the Dubliner’s release of her own debut album, Matters of the Heart.
Among the Jojo hit, RuthAnne has also worked on hits like Britney Spears’ ‘Work Bitch’, Niall Horan’s ‘Slow Hands’, One Direction’s ‘Where Do Broken Hearts Go’ and ‘No Control.’ ‘Pray’, from the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack was also written by the singer, and features her vocals on the track.
Having also assembled supergroup, Irish Women in Harmony, which include Irish music icons, Imelda May and Una Healy, their cover of The Cranberries’ hit ‘Dreams’ was released during lockdown to raise money for domestic-violence charity, Safe Ireland. The single's success raised over €250,000 for the charity.
Among the Irish nominee contending for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album are Michael Bublé for his album Higher, Kelly Clarkson’s When Christmas Comes Around, I Dream of Christmas by Norah Jones, and Pentatonix’s Evergreen.
The 65th Grammy Awards will take place on 5th February 2023.
Listen to 'I Still Believe' below.