Maxi Priest, who is nominated for Best Reggae Album for his 2019 album ‘It All Comes Back To Love’ at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards, take us around Jamaica, where he’s been since the beginning of quarantine
When it comes to COVID-19 routines, we might want to take notes from Maxi Priest. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the reggae singer has been on the island of Jamaica, jogging its streets, clambering near waterfalls and catching up with pals like Stevie Wonder.
In the latest episode of GRAMMYs At Home, a brand-new series where current GRAMMY nominees take us into their homes to show us how they’ll be experiencing the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, watch Priest do all three.
Priest is nominated for Best Reggae Album for his 2019 album It All Comes Back To Love; like most other nominees, he plans to park himself on the living sofa to see if he’ll win.
At the end of the clip, Wonder gives Priest a ring to congratulate him on his nomination. “Be blessed, be good,” he tells the master. Watch it all go down above and tune in to the 2021 GRAMMYs Awards Show on Sunday, March 14 to find out if Maxi Priest will win.