History was made over the weekend at the Grammy Awards (and no, we’re not referring to Lady Gaga emerging from a giant egg). Christopher Tin’s Baba Yetu from Civilization IV took home the award for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists, marking the first time a video game ever won a Grammy.

While the composition is incredible, it is an odd choice given that its first appearance was in Civilization IV in 2005 (Civilization V released in 2010). Still, hopefully one day the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences will be convinced that one of their over 100 award categories deserves to be video games.