Previous US First Lady Michelle Obama won a Grammy for the best verbally expressed word collection for “Turning into”, her smash hit diary, during the honors service’s pre-appear.
“Turning out to be” was perused by Obama in the book recording.
She was selected close by artistes including Michael Diamond and Adam Horovitz, reports Hollywood Reporter.
It was Obama’s first Grammy win. She was recently selected for “American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America” in 2013.
Obama has joined a rundown of political victors in the Grammy classification including Hillary Clinton, a kindred previous first woman, just as three US Presidents – Jimmy Carter (who won the honor multiple times), Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, alongside spoken chronicles of John F. Kennedy and Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Obama isn’t the only first lady to have won big on music’s biggest night. Former first lady Hillary Clinton won in 1997 for “It Takes a Village.” The winningest political figure in the category is former president Jimmy Carter, who has won three times: in 2007 for “Our Endangered Values,” in 2016 for “A Full Life: Reflections at 90” and last year for “Faith: A Journey for All.”