Best Grammy Photos: Take A Look Back At 20 Pics of Artists Holding Their First Grammys

Leela Adwani |Feb 10, 2019

Below is a look back at the moments when your go-to artists won their first Grammys.

The Grammy Awards 2019 is taking place this Sunday. Millions of fans on the whole world cannot wait to see the iconic fashion moments of the event. The looks are hands down hot AF, though this annual show is all about music and singing praises on excellent artists.

Below is a look back at the moments when your go-to artists earned their first Grammys. Check them out:

  1. Alessia Cara, 2017

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Alessia has been named the Best New Artist at the 2018 Grammy Awards.

  1. Dave Chappelle, 2017

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Dave won his first Grammy award for Best Comedy Album with 'The Age Of Spin & Deep In The Heart Of Texas.'

  1. The Weeknd, 2016

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The song ‘Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)’ helped him win Best R&B Performance award and Best Urban Contemporary Album thanks to ‘Beauty Behind the Madness.’

  1. Meghan Trainor, 2015

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The All About That Bass singer won her first Grammy for Best New Artist category.

  1. Sam Smith, 2014

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Song of the Year and Record of the Year for the song ‘Stay with Me.’

Winner of Best Pop Album for ‘In the Lonely Hour.’

Best New Artist.

  1. Bruno Mars, 2011

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The singer won the ‘Best Male Pop Vocal Performance’ award for ‘Just the Way You Are.”

  1. Taylor Swift, 2010

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Best Female Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song for ‘White Horse,’ Best Country Album and Album of the Year for Fearless.

  1. Lady Gaga, 2010

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Best Dance Recording for ‘Poker Face’ and Best Dance/Electronic Album for The Fame.

  1. T-Pain, 2010

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He won his first award at Grammys in the Best R&B Performance category for ‘Blame It.’

  1. Adele, 2009

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Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for ‘Chasing Pavements’ and Best New Artist.

  1. Rihanna, 2008

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‘Umbrella’ was the song helping her win the award of Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.

  1. Carrie Underwood, 2007

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Best Female Country Vocal Performance for ‘Jesus Take the Wheel’ and Best New Artist.

  1. Ciara, 2006

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Lose Control’ helped her win an award for Best Short Form Music Video.

  1. Kelly Clarkson, 2006

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Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for ‘Since U Been Gone’ and Best Pop Vocal Album for Breakaway.

  1. Kanye West, 2005

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Best Rap Song for ‘Jesus Walks,’ Best Rap Album with The College Dropout, and ‘You Don’t Know My Name’ helps West win Best R&B Song.

  1. Beyoncé, 2004

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Even though it was the first time, Beyoncé brought home 5 different awards including Best Female R&B Vocal Performance with ‘Dangerously in Love 2’, Best Contemporary R&B Album for Dangerously in Love, Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Best R&B Song for "Crazy in Love” and Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with"The Closer I Get to You.”

  1. Justin Timberlake, 2004

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The singer won two different awards for two separate categories comprising of Best Male Pop Vocal Performance with "Cry Me a River" and Best Pop Vocal Album for Justified.

  1. Pharrell Williams, 2004

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The very first Grammy award of the star belongs to ‘Producer of the Year.’

  1. John Mayer, 2003

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John won the ‘Best Male Pop Vocal Performance’ award thanks to the song ‘Your Body is a Wonderland.’

  1. Alicia Keys, 2002

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The 2019 Grammy Awards host Alicia beat many nominees to win at five different categories including Best R&B Album for Songs in A Min, Song of the Year, Best R&B Song and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for "Fallin,” and Best New Artist.


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