Indian music composer and Grammy winner Ricky Cage and rock legend Stuart Copeland (The Police) have been nominated for their 64th annual Grammy Awards for their latest album Divine Tides. The producer of this album is the largest music label in South India Lahari Music. Ricky Cage previously won a Grammy Award in 2015 for his album Winds of Sansar. Based on the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela, The Winds of Sansar was a resounding success.
He also debuted at No. 1 on the American Billboard New Age Albums, for the first time for a man of Indian descent. Ricky was the youngest first Indian to win a Grammy Award and only the fourth Indian.
5-time Grammy winner Stuart Copeland is the founder and drummer of the legendary British rock band The Police. Featuring artists from around the world, this Grammy-nominated music album Divine Tides is a tribute to the magnificence of our natural world and the resilience of our species.
The album, applauded by critics, includes 9 songs and 8 music videos shot around the world, from the exotic beauty of the Indian Himalayas to the snowy jungles of Spain. Divine Tides has already won several awards at various festivals around the world.
Not only that, this music video was released exclusively by the leading record label in South India Lahari Music. Grammy Award winner Ricky Cage said: “It is a matter of great pride for our album” Divine Tides “to be nominated for a second Grammy Award. Although my music is intercultural, it has always had strong roots in India. and I am extremely proud that Indian music has been recognized and included in the list for this prestigious award by The Recording Academy.
This nomination further encourages me and strengthens my faith to continue with music that can inspire a positive social impact. I am grateful for this nomination to the Recording Academy, to my colleague Stuart Copeland for the best musical experience of my life, to all my fellow artists, and to everyone else who made the Divine Tides album possible.
While Grammy Award winner Stuart Copeland says: “One day during a tragic event, I got a call from Ricky Cage to make an album. He had amassed an incredible collection of exotic musicians, with exotic content in his inspired production style, or I must say huge traditional music. This stream of ideas soon turned into recording and music.
The spiritual atmosphere (not something I’m usually known for) imbued me with a love passion for inanimate objects. The timpani started ringing! The dolls sang! Creating this record was a unique adventure in both music and divine awareness. “Speaking of honor, Lahari Velu, director of Lahari Music, said.
“It is a great honor for us to be nominated for a Grammy Award for our album” Divine Tides “.
Lahiri Music has always supported great artists and will continue to do so to entertain music lovers around the world. The time has come for Indian artists to attract audiences from all over the world. I want to thank the Recording Academy for nominating her for this great collaboration. “
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The album by Stewart Copeland, Ricky Cage and Lahari Music Divine Tides won Grammy nominations. Read the details that are viral.
The story was published for the first time: Saturday, April 2, 2022, 4:27 p.m. [IST]
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