Melanie Fiona Talks About Getting Nominated For Her Fifth Grammy Award This Year

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/ February 7, 2013

You might not know it, but Melanie Fiona has been nominated for five Grammy Awards during her relatively-brief singing career. Back in 2010, she earned a “Best Female R&B Vocal Performance” nod for her song, “It Kills Me.” In 2011, she teamed up with John Legend, The Roots, and Common for “Wake Up! Everybody” and was nominated for “Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.” And, last year, she actually won Grammys for “Best R&B Song” and “Best Traditional R&B Performance” for Cee-Lo Green’s “Fool For You.” It’s a pretty impressive resume for someone who made her debut less than four years ago.

And, she’s not done! This year, Melanie has once again been nominated for “Best Traditional R&B Performance” for her song, “Wrong Side of a Love Song.” Understandably, she’s excited about the nomination. So, she spoke to “What’s Trending” recently about what it’s been like to be nominated for a Grammy so many times, the one question she gets tired of being asked about the Grammys, and a whole lot more.

Check out the interview below. And, make sure you tune into the 55th Grammy Awards on Sunday night to see if Melanie is able to collect the third Grammy trophy of her young career.