Charlie Rosen and Jake Silverman’s fusion and massive band association of the music “Meta Knight’s Revenge” from the Kirby Super Star Super Nintendo recreation gained a Grammy within the Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella class on the sixty fourth Grammy Awards ceremony on Sunday. The music video premiered in February 2021:


Silverman organized the quilt music, and Rosen dealt with the orcestration and extra preparations. The 8-Bit Big Band carried out the quilt primarily based on an unique association by Button Masher.

The different nominees for Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella had been “Chopsticks” by Bill O’Connell, “For the Love of a Princess” by Robin Smith, “Infinite Love” by Emile Mosseri, and “The Struggle Within” by Gabriela Quintero and Rodrigo Sanchez.

The sixty fourth Grammy Awards acknowledge recordings that debuted between September 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021. The ceremony passed off on Sunday on the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Kirby Super Star launched for SNES in 1996, and it included eight video games in its cartridge. The “Revenge of Meta Knight” recreation options the music used within the Grammy-winning association. Kirby Super Star acquired ports on the Nintendo Wii Virtual Console, the SNES Classic Edition, and, extra lately, the Nintendo Switch Online service. Kirby Super Star Ultra, an enhanced remake of the unique SNES recreation, launched for Nintendo DS in 2008.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land, the most recent recreation within the franchise, launched for Nintendo Switch on March 25.

Sources: Grammys, Pitchfork (Evan Minsker and Matthew Ismael Ruiz)