Bengaluru-based music composer Ricky Kej has won his third Grammy Award for the album 'Divine Tides' at the 65th Grammy Awards held in Los Angeles, USA
The US-born musician shared the award with Stewart Copeland, the drummer of the iconic British rock band The Police, who collaborated with Kej on the album
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With this win, Ricky Kej has created history by becoming the only living Indian to win 3 Grammy Awards. He is also the country's youngest awardee and the fourth Indian to ever win the musical accolade
An ecstatic Ricky Kej took to Twitter to share his excitement post the win. The Indian musician dedicated his "award to India"
'Divine Tides', featuring artists from around the world, is a nine-song album that aims to deliver the message that "each individual life plays a crucial role in maintaining the balance that serves all equally"
Ricky Kej had also won the Grammy in the Best New Age Album category last year while he took home his first Grammy in 2015 for his album 'Winds of Samsara'