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Beenie Man, Andrew Holness, Notnice Congratulate Julian Marley on His Grammy Award Win

The King Of Dancehall, Jamaican Prime Minister, and Producer Send Congratulations to Marley on his victory. More Comments and Tweets are here


Julian Marley, enjoys the glory moments


Julian 'Juju' Marley's first Grammy Awards win for Best Reggae Album garnered reactions from both public figures and fellow musicians.


Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness conveyed his congratulations to Marley through a social media post, stating, "This victory marks Julian Marley's first Grammy Award! Keep inspiring, and may your music continue to uplift people around the world. One love!"



One of the Grammy nominees that Marley won over was the dancehall legend, Beenie Man who shared his congratulations: "Congratulations to the winner! It was an honor to be nominated alongside such talented artists. Although I didn't win a Grammy this time, I am grateful for the recognition and support from my fans.



One of the Grammy nominees was the dancehall legend Beenie Man, who extended his congratulations, writing, "Congratulations to the winner! It was an honor to be nominated alongside such talented artists. Although I didn't win a Grammy this time, I am grateful for the recognition and support from my fans".


Additionally, the top Jamaican producer, Notnice, who played a role in the album on the single 'Robbed', expressed excitement at being part of the winning team and conveyed his congratulations to Marley.



The 8-track collection, showcasing production contributions from Alexx Antaeus, Notnice, Sean Alaric (known for work with Teyana Taylor, Koffee, Protoje), and Prince Productions (recognized for collaborations with Waka Flocka Flame, French Montana, Kid Ink), highlights the diverse talent behind the Grammy-winning album.



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