There is very little left until the event of the most prestigious music awards in the United States takes place, where they are dedicated to recognizing the best of this art in all areas. Good news for the video game industry is that a Kirby song has been confirmed to be nominated.
One of the aspects in which Nintendo takes an important care is in the music used in its franchises. Many times we have come across tall compositions that don’t envy anyone. And now, it was Kirby’s turn to take the lead and go for a Grammy that would be quite valuable for video games.
The nominated song is about Meta Knight’s Revenge, performed by The 8-Bit Big Band with Button Masher, and is a track that can be found on Kirby Super Star, game released for the SNES and later for the Nintendo DS as Kirby Super Star Ultra.
Here you can listen to it:
It is worth mentioning that the saga Kirby o Nintendo are not the nominees as such, but that distinction was received by the arrangers Charlie Rosen and Jake Silverman for the category of Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella.
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We remind you that the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences reported that the 64th edition of the Grammy Awards will take place next Monday, January 31, 2022.
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