Nordia Mothersille Earns Grammy Award Certification; Set To Drop First EP

Monday, June 17, 2024, 7:10 PM GMT-5

Press release – Emerging Jamaican singer-songwriter Nordia Mothersille has officially been recognized as a Grammy Award-winning songwriter. Last week, the Recording Academy awarded her a prestigious certificate, acknowledging her significant role as co-writer on the song “Robbed,” produced by Notnice Records and featured on Julian Marley and Alexx Antaeus’ Grammy Award-winning album, Colors Of Royal.

This album, produced by Monom Records, won the ‘Best Reggae Album’ category at the 66th Grammy Awards, held at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.

Nordia celebrated her achievement on Instagram, sharing an image of her Grammy certificate with the heartfelt caption, “Grateful.” This recognition marks a major milestone in her career, highlighting her exceptional talent and dedication to her craft.

Currently, Nordia is promoting her latest single, “Walk Away,” available on all major digital and streaming platforms. She is also working on her eagerly anticipated debut EP, Broken Child, expected to release later this year. Details about the EP’s official release date, tracklist, and production credits are still under wraps, though producer Notnice has hinted at contributions from several notable industry figures.

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Born in Islington, St. Mary, Jamaica, Nordia’s musical journey began at the age of ten, influenced by the soulful sounds of Tracy Chapman, Luther Ingram, and Etta James. Her passion for songwriting was nurtured through performances at Marymount High School and regular church singing, laying a solid foundation for her music career.

In 2017, Nordia recorded her first single, “Ice Cream and Chocolate Bars,” with Reef Records. Though modestly successful, it showcased her raw talent and potential. Her career took a significant leap forward in 2019 when she caught the attention of renowned producer Ainsley ‘Notnice’ Morris through an Instagram competition, securing a spot on Notnice’s Kyng Midas album and a contract with Notnice Records.

Her single “Sorry” from the Kyng Midas album received widespread acclaim, establishing her as a rising star in the Jamaican music scene. Demonstrating her versatility, she released “We Rise” in January 2020, featuring collaborations with new-generation dancehall artists such as Daddy 1, Jafrass, Quada, and Intence. Following this success, Nordia contributed to the powerful 15-artist collaboration, “We Are,” featuring reggae legends like Etana, Richie Spice, and Julian Marley.

Beyond her performances, Nordia has written songs for several renowned artists. Her dedication and talent were ultimately recognized with a Grammy Award in 2023 for her contributions to Julian Marley’s Colors Of Royal album. As she continues to release new singles and work on her debut EP, Nordia Mothersille remains a vibrant and influential voice in the reggae and dancehall music scenes, honouring Jamaica’s rich musical legacy while forging her unique path forward.

Watch the music video for Nordia Mothersille’s ‘Walk Away‘ song below:

Follow Nordia Mothersille on Instagram.

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SOURCE: Prism Marketing Consultants

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