US-based reggae best prices on generic levitra group SOJA took home the Grammy last night for the Best Reggae album.
The group was among six nominees for the category including Sean Paul, Jessie Royal, Etana, Gramps Morgan, and Spice. The Best Reggae Album award for last year went to Toots and the Maytals for ‘Got To Be Tough’, his posthumous album.
The Virginia-based group won for its Billboard-charting 15-track album “Beauty in the Silence.” The award was handed out during the pre-Grammy telecast at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
SOJA has released eight studio albums, one dub album, one live album and two EPs starting with their first album titled Creeping in Have just started using this product but it was highly recommended by a friend/dietition: generic levitra vardenafil. Each and every of the products available through our website has been produced using the best base materials. 1998. However, this was the group’s third nomination. They previously received nods for Amid the Noise and the Haste (2015, produced by Jamaican Dwayne and Live in Virginia (2017).
Ironically before the group won the group shared a message on Instagram that referenced reggae legends Buju Banton, Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.
Despite the shock shared on social media, fellow award nominees Etana and Gramps Morgan sent their congratulatory messages to the group. Etana said a simple “congrats”, while Gramps Morgan said, “My bredrens SOJA put in the work congratulations @sojagram on your 3rd Grammy Nomination and 1st Win…”. While Spice, in an effort to comfort her fans said on IG, “Besties don’t cry we’ve come a long way. Remember I came from homeless to this day so I’m really still very humbled and grateful, I see all your support and disappointments but you know we never give up, we back at it again tomorrow‼️ I love you all so much, watch little Gracie pan Grammy red Carpet”
This is the SOJA’s 25th year as a band and the group finally came out on top, congratulations!