Kirby has been nominated for a Grammy Award

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No word yet from Sonic about the snub

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Nominations for the 2022 Grammy Awards were announced earlier this week, and included in the shortlist is a reenactment of a song that was originally performed in 1996. kirby superstar,

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Charlie Rosen and Jake Silverman are nominated for Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella for their arrangement of ‘Meta Knight’s Revenge’. kirby superstar,

The track was performed by 8-Bit Big Band, “a 30–65 member jazz/pops orchestra created to celebrate and feel some of the best musical themes ever written from various video games from all consoles! 8-Bit Big”. The band members come from all over the world, but most live primarily in New York City, and are some of the most sought-after musicians and performers, at heart all gamers who enjoy playing their favorite games of all time. “

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Hear the Grammy-nominated track below:

Despite the fact that the Grammys have been held for the past 63 years, this is only the third time a video game score has made the shortlist.

Back in 2013, journey Composer Austin Wintori was nominated in the Best Score Soundtrack for the Visual Media category, but lost to Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for his work. the girl with the Dragon Tattoo, In 2010, Christopher Tin won Best Instrumental Arrangement with Vocalist for a song composed for Civilization 4,

The 64th Grammy Awards will take place on January 31, 2022.

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elsewhere kirby Land, Nintendo has revealed details of a new game in the long-running series. Kirby and the Forgotten Land The adorable takes the character to a post-apocalyptic world. Kirby and the Forgotten Land Will launch on Nintendo Switch in Spring 2022.

In other blockbuster Nintendo news, Super Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto has announced the upcoming Super Mario Bros. The animated movie’s voice cast, which includes Chris Pratt as the voice of Mario, is much to the confusion and ridicule of fans online.

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