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Grammys 2022: India’s Ricky Kej wins his second Grammy award for ‘Devine Tides’

Ricky was born and brought up in US, but later chose to come back to his native place and settle in Bengaluru

Ayushi Sikarwar

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New Delhi: In a glorious moment for the country, Indian musician Ricky Kej nabbed his second Grammy Award on Sunday.

The singer-composer won the prestigious award along with Stewart Copeland for his music album ‘Devine Tides’ in the Best New Age Album category at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards.

Sharing the update on his social media handles with his followers, Ricky wrote, “Won the Grammy Award today for our album Divine Tides. Filled with gratitude and love this living-legend standing with me – @copelandmusic. My 2nd Grammy and Stewart’s 6th. Thank you to everyone who ever collaborated, hired, or listened to my music. I exist because of you.”

 

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The Indian side of social media can’t keep calm as the news of Kej’s second win surfaced online and started flooding the singer’s comment section with congratulated messages and well wishes.

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For the unversed, Ricky was born and brought up in US, but later chose to come back to his native place and settle in Bengaluru.

He has won his first Grammy in 2015 for his music album ‘Winds of Samsara’ in the Best New Age Album category.

 

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