“Victory”, Reggae singer Sizzla’s latest album, is one of the ones that was submitted for a Grammy nomination.
The first round of voting started yesterday, for the annual Grammy awards. The coveted Grammy is now viewed as the highest honour in the music industry.
Sizzla’s 16-track album which is a collaboration between Kalonji Music and producer Richard ‘Breadback’ Bramwell, “Victory” was released on March 18, 2019.
There is a bonus track that will be a bonus track for his loyal fans, as a kind of thank you. It will be a roots reggae album. The producer said, “it will be a roots reggae album, with messages of love and unity.
On Wednesday, Bramwell sent out a message on social media that the album has been submitted and urged persons who had voting rights to vote right away, as they are seeking as much votes as posible.
The album “Victory” was submitted in the Reggae category, *teamsizzla*Victory*Sizzla*breadbackproductions, Bramwell said.
Sizzla, the Grammy Nominated Entertainer, did a short interview in which he revealed that he was humbled and happy at the inroads still being made by “Victory”.
He also said how excited he was to see the progress, and he feels honoured to have the album in the category for nominations.
In 2014, Sizzla received a Grammy Nomination for his self-produced album “The Messiah”
On January 26th, 2020 the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards should take placeat the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
The nominee selection process is going on, the first and final rounds of the online entry process access period is closed.
Only songs and albums released between October 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019 can be nominated.
The official nominations will be announced on November 20, and the final set of voting starts on December 9, 2019 and ends on January 3, 2020.