“Still processing what it means,” says Grammy winner Kabaka Pyramid

“I didn’t expect it,” says Grammy-winner Kabaka Pyramid after copping the coveted Best Reggae Album title for The Kalling. 

In his Grammy acceptance speech, Kabaka thanked Damian Junior Gong Marley who produced the tracks, made beats, and even programmed drums. The Bebble Rock entertainer also dedicated the win to Stephen Marley’s son Jo Mersa who died in December last year.

Protoje and Shaggy who were also vying for the Best Reggae Album are among the many social media users congratulating Kabaka Pyramid on his Grammy win.

Both Koffee and Sean Paul shared a pic of Kabaka with his Grammy in their Instagram stories.

In a Music News exclusive, Kabaka Pyramid who won the Grammy following his first nomination, says he’s still processing what it means.

Kabaka Pyramid attended the Grammys with his mother along with the day-one members of his team.

His Grammy-winning album The Kalling was released on September 30.

The 15-track album features songs such as Mystik Man, featuring Peter Tosh; Red Gold and Green, featuring Damian Marley; Make Things Work; Grateful, featuring Jemere Morgan; Stand Up ft Nathalia; Mr. Rastaman featuring TIFA; The Kalling featuring Jesse Royal, Protoje and Stephen Marley; Faded Away featuring Buju Banton; Addiction; Energy featuring Jemere Morgan; Mary Jane featuring Black Am I; EZ Ride; Life Is Everything featuring Answele and Kontraband, Pt. 2 (Bonus Track) ft Damian Marley.


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