Kumar reacts to being named in Grammys’ Top 10 Artists shaping Reggae

“Let the music speak,” says reggae singer Kumar after being listed among the 10 entertainers shaping the sound of contemporary reggae, according to the Recording Academy, also known as the Grammys.

Via his verified Instagram account, Kumar shared a picture slide of the article written by Pat Meschino. In the caption, he wrote, “Let the music speak! Lots more in store! I am still considered and involved in shaping the sound/future of our great music. @patmeschino thanks for including me in the @recordingacademy Grammy article. It feels good to know the work is still being recognized. Big up every time!”

Other entertainers featured on the Grammy list of artists shaping the sound of contemporary reggae include Lila Ike, Hezron, Romain Virgo, Tarrus Riley, Samory I, Mortimer, Hector Roots, Iotosh, and Hempress Sativa.

The Recording Academy’s Top 10 list was released in honor of Caribbean American Heritage Month.

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Recording Academy unveils changes for 2025 Grammy Awards

“Let the music speak,” says reggae singer Kumar after being listed among the 10 entertainers shaping the sound of contemporary reggae, according to the Recording Academy, also known as the Grammys.

Via his verified Instagram account, Kumar shared a picture slide of the article written by Pat Meschino. In the caption, he wrote, “Let the music speak! Lots more in store! I am still considered and involved in shaping the sound/future of our great music. @patmeschino thanks for including me in the @recordingacademy Grammy article. It feels good to know the work is still being recognized. Big up every time!”

Other entertainers featured on the Grammy list of artists shaping the sound of contemporary reggae include Lila Ike, Hezron, Romain Virgo, Tarrus Riley, Samory I, Mortimer, Hector Roots, Iotosh, and Hempress Sativa.

The Recording Academy’s Top 10 list was released in honor of Caribbean American Heritage Month.

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“Let the music speak,” says reggae singer Kumar after being listed among the 10 entertainers shaping the sound of contemporary reggae, according to the Recording Academy, also known as the Grammys.

Via his verified Instagram account, Kumar shared a picture slide of the article written by Pat Meschino. In the caption, he wrote, “Let the music speak! Lots more in store! I am still considered and involved in shaping the sound/future of our great music. @patmeschino thanks for including me in the @recordingacademy Grammy article. It feels good to know the work is still being recognized. Big up every time!”

Other entertainers featured on the Grammy list of artists shaping the sound of contemporary reggae include Lila Ike, Hezron, Romain Virgo, Tarrus Riley, Samory I, Mortimer, Hector Roots, Iotosh, and Hempress Sativa.

The Recording Academy’s Top 10 list was released in honor of Caribbean American Heritage Month.

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Grammy Update: Nine days to music’s biggest night

“Let the music speak,” says reggae singer Kumar after being listed among the 10 entertainers shaping the sound of contemporary reggae, according to the Recording Academy, also known as the Grammys.

Via his verified Instagram account, Kumar shared a picture slide of the article written by Pat Meschino. In the caption, he wrote, “Let the music speak! Lots more in store! I am still considered and involved in shaping the sound/future of our great music. @patmeschino thanks for including me in the @recordingacademy Grammy article. It feels good to know the work is still being recognized. Big up every time!”

Other entertainers featured on the Grammy list of artists shaping the sound of contemporary reggae include Lila Ike, Hezron, Romain Virgo, Tarrus Riley, Samory I, Mortimer, Hector Roots, Iotosh, and Hempress Sativa.

The Recording Academy’s Top 10 list was released in honor of Caribbean American Heritage Month.

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Grammy nominees to be announced Nov. 10

“Let the music speak,” says reggae singer Kumar after being listed among the 10 entertainers shaping the sound of contemporary reggae, according to the Recording Academy, also known as the Grammys.

Via his verified Instagram account, Kumar shared a picture slide of the article written by Pat Meschino. In the caption, he wrote, “Let the music speak! Lots more in store! I am still considered and involved in shaping the sound/future of our great music. @patmeschino thanks for including me in the @recordingacademy Grammy article. It feels good to know the work is still being recognized. Big up every time!”

Other entertainers featured on the Grammy list of artists shaping the sound of contemporary reggae include Lila Ike, Hezron, Romain Virgo, Tarrus Riley, Samory I, Mortimer, Hector Roots, Iotosh, and Hempress Sativa.

The Recording Academy’s Top 10 list was released in honor of Caribbean American Heritage Month.

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Grammys 2024 eligibility period ends

“Let the music speak,” says reggae singer Kumar after being listed among the 10 entertainers shaping the sound of contemporary reggae, according to the Recording Academy, also known as the Grammys.

Via his verified Instagram account, Kumar shared a picture slide of the article written by Pat Meschino. In the caption, he wrote, “Let the music speak! Lots more in store! I am still considered and involved in shaping the sound/future of our great music. @patmeschino thanks for including me in the @recordingacademy Grammy article. It feels good to know the work is still being recognized. Big up every time!”

Other entertainers featured on the Grammy list of artists shaping the sound of contemporary reggae include Lila Ike, Hezron, Romain Virgo, Tarrus Riley, Samory I, Mortimer, Hector Roots, Iotosh, and Hempress Sativa.

The Recording Academy’s Top 10 list was released in honor of Caribbean American Heritage Month.

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Grammy eligibility period closes Sept. 15

“Let the music speak,” says reggae singer Kumar after being listed among the 10 entertainers shaping the sound of contemporary reggae, according to the Recording Academy, also known as the Grammys.

Via his verified Instagram account, Kumar shared a picture slide of the article written by Pat Meschino. In the caption, he wrote, “Let the music speak! Lots more in store! I am still considered and involved in shaping the sound/future of our great music. @patmeschino thanks for including me in the @recordingacademy Grammy article. It feels good to know the work is still being recognized. Big up every time!”

Other entertainers featured on the Grammy list of artists shaping the sound of contemporary reggae include Lila Ike, Hezron, Romain Virgo, Tarrus Riley, Samory I, Mortimer, Hector Roots, Iotosh, and Hempress Sativa.

The Recording Academy’s Top 10 list was released in honor of Caribbean American Heritage Month.

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“Let the music speak,” says reggae singer Kumar after being listed among the 10 entertainers shaping the sound of contemporary reggae, according to the Recording Academy, also known as the Grammys.

Via his verified Instagram account, Kumar shared a picture slide of the article written by Pat Meschino. In the caption, he wrote, “Let the music speak! Lots more in store! I am still considered and involved in shaping the sound/future of our great music. @patmeschino thanks for including me in the @recordingacademy Grammy article. It feels good to know the work is still being recognized. Big up every time!”

Other entertainers featured on the Grammy list of artists shaping the sound of contemporary reggae include Lila Ike, Hezron, Romain Virgo, Tarrus Riley, Samory I, Mortimer, Hector Roots, Iotosh, and Hempress Sativa.

The Recording Academy’s Top 10 list was released in honor of Caribbean American Heritage Month.

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Grammys to announce nominees Tuesday (Nov 15)

“Let the music speak,” says reggae singer Kumar after being listed among the 10 entertainers shaping the sound of contemporary reggae, according to the Recording Academy, also known as the Grammys.

Via his verified Instagram account, Kumar shared a picture slide of the article written by Pat Meschino. In the caption, he wrote, “Let the music speak! Lots more in store! I am still considered and involved in shaping the sound/future of our great music. @patmeschino thanks for including me in the @recordingacademy Grammy article. It feels good to know the work is still being recognized. Big up every time!”

Other entertainers featured on the Grammy list of artists shaping the sound of contemporary reggae include Lila Ike, Hezron, Romain Virgo, Tarrus Riley, Samory I, Mortimer, Hector Roots, Iotosh, and Hempress Sativa.

The Recording Academy’s Top 10 list was released in honor of Caribbean American Heritage Month.

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“Let the music speak,” says reggae singer Kumar after being listed among the 10 entertainers shaping the sound of contemporary reggae, according to the Recording Academy, also known as the Grammys.

Via his verified Instagram account, Kumar shared a picture slide of the article written by Pat Meschino. In the caption, he wrote, “Let the music speak! Lots more in store! I am still considered and involved in shaping the sound/future of our great music. @patmeschino thanks for including me in the @recordingacademy Grammy article. It feels good to know the work is still being recognized. Big up every time!”

Other entertainers featured on the Grammy list of artists shaping the sound of contemporary reggae include Lila Ike, Hezron, Romain Virgo, Tarrus Riley, Samory I, Mortimer, Hector Roots, Iotosh, and Hempress Sativa.

The Recording Academy’s Top 10 list was released in honor of Caribbean American Heritage Month.