The Great Indian Representation at Grammy Awards 2022

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The Great Indian Representation at Grammy Awards 2022

The two Indian Performers, Composer Ricky Kej and Indian-American singer-songwriter Falu won the 2022 Grammy Awards

FERMONT CA: At the 64th Grammy Awards, which were held in Las Vegas, the two Indian Performers, composer Ricky Kej and Indian-American singer-songwriter, Falu made a great Indian representation. Rickey received his second Grammy award for Best New Age Album, which he shared with Stewart Copeland. Falu took the first Grammy award home for Best Children's Music.

The New York-based musician Falu, whose real name is Falguni Shah, won her debut award in the Best Children's Music Album category for her album ‘A Colorful World.’ Falu, who has been trained under the legendary musician and vocal master Ustad Sultan Khan, has also collaborated with AR Rahman in the past.

In her acceptance speech, Falu remarked that her mother singing an old children's lullaby evoked a response from American parents. She also had received the privilege to perform in the opening ceremony of the Grammy. Falu celebrated her victory by posting a picture of herself holding the award on Instagram.

Meanwhile, Ricky Kej added a second grammy award to his 2015 triumph. He and Stewart Copeland won the Best New Age Album award for Divine Tides. He  took to Twitter to share a photo of him and his collaborator- Stewart Copeland. He expressed his gratitude and love for Stewart Copeland through Twitter. He has also thanked everyone who has worked and collaborated with him in his musical journey. 

Trevor Noah hosted the 2022 Grammy award, which was held at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Singer Olivia Rodrigo made a splendid Grammy debut at the award ceremony.  Silk Sonic won two major awards and took home the awards in three categories- best new artist, best pop vocal album, and best pop solo performance. Jon Batiste, the first Black artist to win album of the year since 2008, took home the majority of his five awards.