Beenie Man, Buju Banton, Burning Spear and extra nominated for Reggae Grammy


Jamaican artistes Beenie Man, Buju Banton, and Burning Spear, are among the many nominees for Greatest Reggae Album on the 66th Grammy Awards.

The nominations have been introduced on Friday morning.

Rounding out the nominees are Bermudian singer Collie Buddz and Julian Marley & Antaeus.

The albums nominated are: No Destroyer by Burning Spear; Buju Banton’s Born For Greatness; Beenie Man’s Simma; Colours of Royal by Julian Marley & Antaeus; and Cali Roots Riddim 2023 by Collie Buddz.

This marks Beenie Man’s fourth nomination, following Many Moods Of Moses, The Physician, and Artwork and Life, which gained the Grammy Award in 2001.

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Simma, which options collaborations from Shaggy, Sean Paul, Louie Tradition, Famous person, HoodCelebrityy, Charly Blacks, Dexta Daps, Shenseea in addition to worldwide stars Stonebwoy and Mya, is Beenie Man’s seventeenth studio album.

Buju Banton’s challenge ‘Born For Greatness,” follows his final nomination in 2020.

Burning Spear earned his thirteenth nomination for his album ‘Destroyer,’ boasting two wins.
Buddz, have additionally been nominated for his or her albums: ‘Colours of Royal’ and ‘Cali Roots Riddim 2023,’ respectively.

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The winners will likely be introduced on February 4, 2024, on the Crypto.com Area in Los Angeles. The present will likely be broadcast on CBS and Paramount+, with the annual Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony previous the occasion.



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