In nine days, the Grammys will announce the winner of the Best Reggae Album.
Vying for the coveted title are Buju Banton for ‘Upside Down 2020’, Skip Marley for ‘Higher Place’, Maxi Priest for ‘It All Comes Back To Love’, Toots and The Maytals for ‘Got To Be Tough’ and The Wailers for ‘One World’.
But who do you think will win the Grammy for Best Reggae Album? Music News got the reaction of a handful of Reggae lovers.
Skip Marley who scored double Grammy nominations, is also nominated in the Best R&B song category for ‘Slow Down’ featuring H.E.R.
Meanwhile, International producer Stephen Di Genius and Koffee are also in the running for a Grammy certificate through the nomination of John Legend’s album, Bigger Love in the Best R&B album category. Stephen Di Genius is listed as one of the producers on John’s album, while Koffee is featured on the track, ‘Don’t Walk Away.’
The Grammy ceremony originally scheduled for January 31, was postponed on January 5, due to a spike in COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles as well as health and safety concerns.
The 63rd GRAMMY Awards which recognize recordings released between Sept. 1, 2019, and Aug. 31, 2020, will air on CBS on Sunday, March 14.