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Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis Prepare For 2022 Grammy Awards

If any musicians know their way around Grammy night, it’s producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

Since the mid-80s and their initial work with Janet Jackson, the massively successful team, who enjoyed their first taste of fame and success as co-founders of the Time (alongside Prince and Morris Day) have been nominated more than 20 times.

Along their musical journey and decades of Herculean success, Jam & Lewis have won five Grammys, including Producer of the Year (Non-Classical) in 1987, in large part for Ms Jackson’s Control, and most recently, Best Gospel Song by Yolanda Adams, and Chaka Khan in the R&B category.

Over the years the two production wünderkinds have attended innumerable ceremonies — and hope to again next year, should their first original album, Jam & Lewis Volume One, be nominated for Grammy consideration.

Released this past summer, J&L V I includes original repertoire featuring the likes of Boyz II Men, Mary J. Blige, Morris Day, Sounds Of Blackness, Usher, and Mariah Carey‘s whose single ‘Somewhat Loved’ has just been remixed by Eric Kupper and executive producer by Brad LeBeau (Christina Aguilera, Diana Ross, Earth Wind & Fire, Gloria Gaynor, Janet Jackson, Judy Garland Reba McEntire)

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Author: Al Denté

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