Taio Cruz Grabs Second ASCAP Award

British singer and song writer Taio Cruz was awarded as the best Songwriter of the Year at the ASCAP award. This year’s annual ASCAP award was held in London on 10th October. The songwriter was given the honor by the US Society during the 32nd London bash.

The ceremony which took place at the capital's House Hotel of the Governor honored some of the best songwriters, publisher members, composers of UK society PRS because of their contribution in the field of Music, as reported by the Music Week.
Apart from that, Steve Mac grabbed the best 'Song of the Year' award for 'You Make Me Feel', which was then recorded by the great Cobra Starship and was sold over 3 million copies worldwide.

The well-known Universal Music Publishing won the 'Publisher of the Year' award, following the great success of Coldplay's 'Paradise', Florence and T-Pain's '5 O'Clock'. The president of Universal Publishing UK & Europe, Paul Connolly said that he is thrilled that the songwriters are writing such hit songs that are liked by people and they want to hear those songs all the time.
As the honored music publisher award is just a piece of testament to their professionalism, creativity and hard work, this award is dedicated to all those hard-working people.

Cruz unveiled his third studio album “TY.O” in 2011 in Canada and Germany, but has not conformed the date for US and UK release. Taio is happy with the piece of honor that he has achieved. In a candid chat with this singer, the star thanked the jury and all of his friends for making this possible.