Latest news » Daúde nominated for 2004 EMMA: Best World Music Act

The first ever EMMA (Ethnic Multicultural Media Award)s were held on the 14th May 1998 at the Dorchester Hotel, London. The Awards were established as an independent political initiative, with no hidden commercial agenda or political strings attached. Even after four years of remarkable growth and success, maintaining its independence still remains a priority for EMMA.
Today, the Awards are appreciated as an important statement for Britain's ethnically varied society, raising universal awareness of the valuable contribution made by individuals and organisations from around the world to the most powerful industry in the western hemisphere: The Media.

This year Real World artist Daúde has been nominated for a 2004 EMMA in the Best World Music Act and you can support this extraordinary artist by voting for her.

The EMMA Awards can be seen on BBC 2 on Sunday 30 May at 10.45

Published 6th May 2004 »