"I don't sing for Grammys" - Iconic singer Chaka Khan reveals

"I don't sing for Grammys" - Iconic singer Chaka Khan reveals

The 10-time Grammy Award winner, Chaka Khan, has revealed why she actually sings. 

Chaka Khan
Instagram/ Chaka Khan

Yvette Marie Stevens, better known by her stage name Chaka Khan, is an American musician, singer, and songwriter. 

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Her career has spanned nearly five decades, beginning in the 1970s as the lead vocalist of the funk band Rufus.

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In 1974, Khan won her first Grammy Award for the band's hit single, 'Tell Me Something Good'.

Khan has won 10 Grammy Awards and has been nominated 22 times. 

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Over the weekend, Khan posted a video on Instagram about why she sings and what her reaction is when she gets asked, "How does it feel to be a Grammy winner?"

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"I have 10 Grammys, but you know what, I guess it is a nice feeling when you win your first Grammy. But when you look on it all, I don't sing for Grammys - I sing for the love of sharing love and for the love of music. I'm thankful. But I don't sing for Grammys," the iconic singer revealed on Instagram.

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Image Credit: Instagram/ Chaka Khan

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