Mickey Guyton had she said before in the day that her presentation Sunday night at the Grammys would be “a second for Individuals of color in blue grass music.”
LOS ANGELES — While impacting the world forever on Sunday night at the Grammys, country star Mickey Guyton conveyed an amazing execution of her melody “Dark Like Me.”
Guyton, a first-time chosen one and first-time entertainer, is the main performance Dark female craftsman to be named in a country class at the Grammys, continuing in the strides of the Pointer Sisters who have won a country Grammy Grant.
Prior in the day, she said her exhibition Sunday night would be “a second for Individuals of color in down home music.”
“My life changed once I began running towards all that made me extraordinary,” Guyton disclosed to The Related Press during interviews behind the stage before the show. “They say down home music is three harmonies and reality. So I began composing my fact as an Individual of color, singing blue grass music and my encounters in my day to day existence. Furthermore, one of those first tunes was ‘Dark Like Me.'”
She said that stepping on that stage isn’t simply imperative to her, yet every one of those networks that have felt underestimated in down home music.
“I understand that not exclusively am I strolling through those entryways as a Person of color, I need to hold the entryway open for some other Dark, earthy colored, LBGTQA in addition to specialists that have similar dreams,” says Guyton.