Bob Dylan has finally received his Nobel Prize for Literature after waiting several months.
The singer and songwriter was awarded the honor by the Academy last October, but he did not attend the ceremony.
He has also yet to deliver the lecture that is required to receive the more than $900,000 in monetary awards.
However, the private “Blowing In The Wind” singer picked up his Nobel Literature diploma and medal in Sweden yesterday.
Dylan received the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature “for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.”
After his weekend concerts in Stockholm conclude, Bob is scheduled to play four more concerts in Scandinavia before heading off to Germany later this month.