Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize for Literature 2016

 Bob Dylan, the world’s most influential singer, was awarded the Nobel Prize in the literature on Thursday.
Over 50 years on, Dylan is still writing new songs every day and loves traveling, performing songs.
Dylan’s most popular songs are “Blowing in the wind”, “like a rolling stone”, “Subterranean Homesick blues,” “The Times They are a-Changing” etc.
He has become the first person, who is a songwriter and to be awarded “Nobel Prize for Literature.”

He never stopped performing and never stopped writing new songs for about 50 years long.
He is a brilliant lyricist. His love songs are very popular among all. He sets an example that music can be as important as a great play or a great novel. 
Tony Morrison was the last American to win the prize in 1993.
His songs are indeed a marvelous piece of literature.

Bob Dylan is a legendary singer and a songwriter.
He has won the 2016 Nobel Prize for literature creating history by becoming the first musician to win the prize. He is most popularly known for his classics “Blowing in the wind.

Dylan was awarded for “having created new poetic expression” as declared by Swedish Academy. With this, he also becomes the first person in history to win a Grammy, an Oscar and now a “Nobel Prize”.