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Watch Helen Reddy Win Best Female Pop Vocal Performance In 1973 | GRAMMY Rewind

For the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, we revisit Aussie pop singer/songwriter Helen Reddy's 1973 GRAMMY win for the '70s feminist anthem she penned, "I Am Woman." The powerful song became her breakthrough hit, as it topped the charts and became a rallying cry for feminist activists far and wide. Accepting her golden gramophone for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, Reddy offers a brief yet appropriate speech, thanking her label and collaborators. "And I would like to thank God, because she makes everything possible," she concludes. About the Recording Academy / GRAMMYs: Recording Academy is the world's leading society of musical professionals and is dedicated to celebrating, honoring, and sustaining music's past, present, and future. Connect with the Recording Academy / GRAMMYs: WEBSITE: FACEBOOK: TWITTER: INSTAGRAM: Subscribe NOW to the Recording Academy / GRAMMYs on YouTube: #HelenReddy #IAmWoman
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