Sinach Becomes First African Artists to Win Big At BMI Christian Awards 2021
Sinach Wins Big At BMI Christian Awards 2021
Renowned Nigerian gospel minister and songwriter Osinachi Kalu Okoro Egbu, professionally known as Sinach, becomes the first African gospel music artist from the African region to win the coveted ”Song of the Year” at Broadcast Music, Inc., (BMI).
The Way Maker singer Sinach wins the ”Sony of the Year” category at this year’s edition of the BMI Christian Music Award 2021.
Way Maker written by Sinach and published by Capitol CMG, but was adjudged the most popular song Christian song of the year by BMI in a virtual event on Monday, 2 August 2021. The Song of the Year award is the top accolade from the US-based music company.
According to the company, the goal of the award is to celebrate and encourage songwriters and creators that bring inspiring songs to the world.
“The BMI Christian Awards is one of our favourite annual celebrations, but it is especially meaningful after the events of the last year. Throughout this time, each and every one of these extraordinary songwriters has used their gifts to uplift others,” Leslie Roberts, Assistant Vice President, Creative, BMI Nashville said. “BMI is so proud to honor the creators of the inspirational songs of hope and faith that bring comfort to so many around the world. I am hopeful that we will all be together again to celebrate in person next year.”
WONDERFUL NEWS! 👏🎉 Congratulations @sinach on ‘Way Maker’ being Song Of The Year! This is Sinach’s first @bmi Christian Music Award ✨ the future is bright! #songoftheyear #waymaker pic.twitter.com/rUOEKNjDKt
— Integrity Music (@integritymusic) August 2, 2021