With a meteoric rise since first assembly in 2018, DOMi & JD BECK are capping off their triumphant 2022 with two nominations for the 2023 Grammy Awards.
The jazz duo, consisting of keyboardist DOMi Louna and drummer JD Beck, is up for Greatest New Artist, whereas their debut album NOT TiGHT is nominated for Greatest Up to date Instrumental Album. Specifically, all eyes might be on the Greatest New Artist class, which sees the duo up in opposition to Anitta, Omar Apollo, Muni Lengthy, Samara Pleasure, Latto, Måneskin, Tobe Nwigwe, Molly Tuttle, and Moist Leg.
The pair could also be younger, however they’ve already cemented themselves as an impactful act throughout an array of genres. The discharge of NOT TiGHT particularly noticed the duo leveling up, as they recruited particular friends .Paak, Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Herbie Hancock, Thundercat, Mac DeMarco, and Kurt Rosenwinkel for the challenge.
Nominations for the 2023 Grammy Awards have been unveiled on Tuesday (November fifteenth); try the total checklist right here.
Previous to Music’s Greatest Evening (happening on February fifth, 2023), listed here are 5 issues to find out about DOMi & JD BECK.
1. Each have an enormous background in music
Louna and Beck every grew up surrounded by music. For Louna, she started her profession in music on the age of three, studying drums, keyboard, and piano earlier than enrolling in France’s Conservatoire De Nancy two years later to check jazz and classical music. She would then research at Conservatoire de Paris earlier than touring to America to be taught on the Berklee School of Music.
For JD, a Dallas native, his musical journey began when was 5 when he realized piano. He would then change to drums when he turned 9 earlier than he’d play gigs a 12 months later. He obtained steerage from fellow Texas native Cleon Edwards and different musicians.