Stormzy: Diversity isn't just a buzzword

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Rapper Stormzy honoured at Wednesday's AIM Awards. He was named Diversity Champion for his charities Merky Foundation and Merky Books. 22% of people working in the music industry are from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds. Women hold 49.6% of industry roles, according to latest figures.
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Stormzy: Diversity isn't just a buzzword

He urges the music industry to take the issue more seriously, as he's honoured for his charity work.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Don’t use diversity as a buzz word or tick box, says Stormzy

Stormzy has asked that diversity is not used as a “buzz word” or “a box to tick” while accepting an award acknowledging his work to improve diversity in music.

2 months ago·Ireland
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Don’t use diversity as a buzz word or tick box, says Stormzy

The British rapper has been honoured with the diversity champion award at the Association of Independent Music Awards

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Don’t use diversity as a buzz word or tick box, says Stormzy

Stormzy has asked that diversity is not used as a “buzz word” or “a box to tick” while accepting an award acknowledging his work to improve diversity in music.

2 months ago·Ketley, United Kingdom
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