Gospel music powerhouse Yolanda Adams will be honored by Black Women In Media during the 64th annual Grammy Awards weekend.
Black Women in Media (BWIM) will be honoring Black Women Grammy Nominees & Black Women in Entertainment. The celebration is presented by TV ONE and hosted by Selena Hill, Deputy Digital Editor at Black Enterprise.
Adams was also honored during Black Enterprise 16th annual Legacy Awards last weekend.
During her acceptance speech she spoke passionately all of the women who have helped inspire her by sharing how she inspires them through her music.
“My life is a collection of the ups and downs and I’m one who has survived as most of you have because we don’t have the luxury of giving up as women,” Adams said.
Kelly Price, Yola and queen of dancehall Spice are also being honored during the Black Women in Media celebration.
The private event will be held Friday, April 1st at a historic venue in Las Vegas, Nevada.