Kel P Bags Grammy Nomination for Production Work on Skip Marley's 'Higher Place' EP
Nigerian producer, Kel P, full name, Udoma Peter Kelvin Amba has gotten a Grammy nomination for his production work on Skip Marley’s ‘Faith’ a song off his ‘Higher Place’ EP.
The album was nominated under ‘Best Reggae Album’ and will be competing against Buju Banton’s ‘Upside Down,’ Maxi Priest’s ‘It All Comes Back To Love’, Toots & The Maytals’ ‘Got to be Tough,’ and The Wailers’ ‘One World’
Kel P broke the news on his Instagram story where he shared a picture of the nomination sheet with the words “Grammy boys, I did it again.” He then made mention of his previous nomination from the recording academy.
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Kel P had previously been nominated for his work on Burna Boy's 'African Giant' album under the Best World Music category during the 62nd edition of the award show last year.