“So grateful to have won the Grammy Award for our album Divine Tides,” he wrote

Grammy Award 2022: Indian composer Ricky Kej won his second Grammy at the 64th Grammy Awards, held at the MGM Grand Marquee Ballroom in Las Vegas. Along with rock legend Stewart Copeland, Ricky Kej greeted the crowd with a Namaste. He and Steward Copeland, drummer for The Police, won the Best New Age Album for Divine Tides. He shared a post on social media as well. On his Instagram, Rocky Kej wrote: “So grateful to have won the Grammy Award for our album Divine Tides. Absolutely love this living-legend standing next to me – Stewart Copeland. Love all of you too! This is my 2nd Grammy Award and Stewart’s 6th.”

Ricky Kej was born in America but now lives and works in Bangalore. see his post here

Before attending the ceremony, Ricky Kej posted a picture of himself from the dressing room and he captioned the post: “Almost ready for the Grammys.”

A few days ago, Ricky Kej wrote this about being nominated for a Grammy.”With just over 10 days to go for the upcoming GRAMMY awards, a huge shout out to all my fellow artists and collaborators from around the world for being a part of this special journey with #DivineTides.”

Ricky Kej, who has over 100 awards in more than 20 countries around the world, received his first Grammy Award in 2015 for his album Winds of Samsara. He has been awarded the United Nations Global Humanitarian Artist and is also an active environmentalist.

Stewart Copeland is the founder and drummer of the British rock band The Police. Meanwhile, Divine Tides was released by the music company Lahiri Music and the album consists of 9 songs and 8 music videos that were filmed around the world, ranging from the landscapes of the Indian Himalayas to the jungles of Spain.

Meanwhile, AR Rahman also attended the Grammys like every year, and has been actively sharing pictures from the ceremony on his social media handles.


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