Notnice Celebrates Producing ‘Robbed’ on Julian Marley and Antaeus’ Grammy-Winning Album ‘Colors of Royal’


Popular Jamaican producer Notnice earned the title of Grammy-credited producer on Sunday when Julian Marley and Antaeus’ album Colors of Royal received the Best Reggae Album award at the 66th Grammy Awards ceremony.

The 8-track album triumphed over nominees Simma by Beenie Man, Born For Greatness by Buju Banton, No Destroyer by Burning Spear, and Cali Roots Riddim 2023 by Cali Buddz.

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The Grammy win marks a first for Julian Marley, Antaeus, and Notnice, who contributed to the project. On the album, Notnice produced a song titled Robbed, which was written by his business partner, Nordia Mothersille.

Notnice, legally named Ainsley Morris, expressed his gratitude to the Grammys in a post he made on Instagram on Sunday night. The post further highlighted his team members for their contributions and acknowledged the nominees. 

After the post was shared, it garnered many congratulatory comments from his supporters.

See some of the comments below:

Notnice previously spoke about how amazing it would be for Colors of Royal to win the Best Reggae Album award. He told the Jamaica Observer, “Winning a Grammy is one of the greatest achievements in music. To be a Grammy-winning producer is a good feeling.”

While this was his first time contributing to a Grammy-winning album, it is worth noting that Notnice is no stranger to being a part of a Grammy-nominated project. 

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Notnice produced So Mi Like It on Spice’s album 10, which was nominated for Best Reggae Album at the 64th Grammy Awards in 2022.



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