Assassins Creed Valhalla Wins Record Academys First-Ever Game Music Award At The 65th Grammy Awards
Grammy Awards 65 times this year.
The first winner of the game music category was the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Ragnarök’s opening.
Recording Academy held the 65th Grammy Awards at the Los Angeles Crypto.com Academy on the 5th.
Recording Academy increased the number of competition from 86 to 91 for this year’s Grammy Awards in 2022.
The best soundtrack division for video games and interactive media is one of the newly established sectors.
Compelled popular music, composers, and artists have been nominated, but game music is not the Grammy Awards.
Baba.Edu in Civilization 4, arranged by Christopher Tin, was awarded the first video game music in Grammy’s history, gaining the honor of winning the 53rd Grammy Awards.
Unlike the 53rd awards ceremony, which was awarded to the conductor Christopher Teen and the Choir, the ‘Journey’ soundtrack of the 2012 Company was also nominated for Grammy Awards for the music itself.
At the 64th Awards held last year, Kirby’s BGM arrangement song lifted the trophy in the arrangement Capella category.
This year, as the award category for video game music was newly established, ‘Old World’, ‘Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy’, ‘Call of Duty Vanguard’
Five works, including Elite, have been nominated.
In particular, Christopher Teen set a record of being nominated only by game music with Old World.
The first video game music category was awarded by the composer Stephanie Economy, composer of the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Ragnarök.
Economy participated in various works regardless of TV and movies, and participated in various soundtracks directly as a violent.
After receiving the trophies, she thanked those who supported the work, including Ubisoft and Ubisoft’s music and producer Simon Landry.
Meanwhile, Lee’s ‘About Dam Time’, Harry Style’s Harris House, Bonnie Light’s ‘Just Like That’
He won the rookie award of the year.
Adel’s first single, ‘Easy On Me’, which was released in six years, and ‘Unholy’, which won the first place in Sam Smith and Kim Petra’s with impressive production and lyrics, and sound, respectively.
He was named as a winner.