Bob Dylan has finally acknowledged he’s a Nobel Prize laureate.
The elusive artist recognized the honor on his website, after a week of failing to return calls from the Nobel committee, which made numerous attempts to reach him since he was awarded the accolade last Thursday.
In promoting a book of his lyrics, the site now touts the 75-year-old as “WINNER OF THE NOBEL PRIZE IN LITERATURE” in all caps.
The Swedish tabloid Aftonbladet first spotted the acknowledgment, calling it a “sign of life” from the reclusive folk icon.
Dylan has yet to publicly comment on the honor, despite several live performances last weekend.