The Jamaican Government is not happy with the Reggae Grammy not being a part of the main awards show. Jamaica\u2019s Minister of Entertainment, Olivia \u2018Babsy\u201d Grange, has expressed discontent with the treatment of the Best Reggae Album Grammy award. Grange took to Instagram on two separate occasions earlier this week to voice her opinion on the matter.\u201cPut Reggae award in main show at the Grammys,\u201d she captioned one of the posts.According to Grange, its time for a change as Reggae has been confined to just the pre-show.The minister recently commented on the issue during a welcome reception for Grammy winner Koffee.\u201cOne of the things that I am going to work very hard to achieve is to get the Reggae category carried live on the Grammys," she said."Reggae is featured in the main show many times, but it\u2019s not treated as a category that is carried live. Now, there are many other genres that are treated that way as well, so it\u2019s going to be a tough fight, but nothing is impossible.\u201d Grange admitted that the change would require the support of stakeholders but insisted it is possible.\u201cIt was a journey to even get Reggae as a category in the Grammys years ago, but we achieved it. This is now the next stage. We\u2019re going to step it up,\u201d she said.Koffee is the latest winner of the award in a long list of Jamaican superstars starting with Black Uhuru.The Grammy Awards is a product of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, also referred to as the Recording Academy, a professional musical organization founded in 1957.