Imanbek Roses Remix Wins Grammy Award

Imanbek Roses Remix Wins Grammy Award

Remix of Imanbek Zeykenov (Imanbek), Kazakhstani, for the song Roses SAINt JHN won the Grammy award.

The 63rd Grammy Awards Ceremony is taking place online.  Imanbek, who became the first Kazakhstani to be nominated for a Grammy, won the award.

“Thanks to my mom, my dad, thanks to my team, thanks to manager Kirill. Thanks to the Grammy,” said Imanbek Zeykenov after the announcement of the winner in the Best Remix 2021 nomination.

Note that in Imanbek’s remix became a hit and spent more than 20 weeks in a row in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100. The remix entered the top 10 of Apple Music, in the Shazam music app it gained more than 22 million views, and took first place in the chart for a long time  “Yandex. Music”.

The remix topped several charts, including the US and UK, surpassing the likes of The Weeknd, Dua Lipa, Billie Eillish, Roddy Ricch and Justin Bieber.

Before the arrival of fame, Imanbek was a railway worker in Pavlodar region (in Aksu).  He learned everything in music himself.  As the musician himself noted, he left the railway a long time ago and took up creative work.  However, he continues to live in Aksu city.

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