Congratulations to Cory Henry, who received four GRAMMY nominations today. His solo album ‘Something to Say’ is nominated in the Best Progressive R&B Album category. Henry is also nominated as a co-producer/writer on Eric Bellinger's ‘New Light,’ nominated in the same category, and as a co-producer/writer on Kanye West's ‘Donda,’ nominated for both Album Of The Year and Best Rap Album. Henry has previously won three GRAMMY Awards during his time with Snarky Puppy, including Best Contemporary Instrumental Album for their critically acclaimed ‘Culcha Vulcha’ LP.
Released on October 30, 2020, ‘Something to Say’ is the sophomore album from Brooklyn-born and LA-based “future soul” maestro Cory Henry. It is the first body of work that he solely produced and serves as a powerful reflection of Henry’s musical mind and multi-instrumentalist mastery. Born in the midst of one of the most challenging times our world has ever seen, ‘Something to Say’ tackles subjects like love, breakups, social consciousness, injustices and the effects of being emotionally drained. The 11-track project is “right on time with this message to remind us all to not forget what we’re living and fighting for” (Essence).