Drake, Jay-Z And Kanye West Win In the Rap Field

A closer look at the winners in the Rap Field categories for the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards
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    Drake
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    Jay-Z
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    Kanye West
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    Frank Ocean
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    The-Dream
February 14, 2013 -- 1:35 pm PST
GRAMMY.com

You've seen the list of winners, now take a closer look at the artists who won in the Rap Field categories for the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Jay-Z and Kanye West nearly swept the Rap Field this year with three wins each, bringing their GRAMMY career totals to 17 and 21, respectively. First-time winners included Drake, Chauncey Hollis and Frank Ocean.

Best Rap Performance
Jay-Z & Kanye West, "N****s In Paris"

Jay-Z and West won three GRAMMYs each this year, bringing their career totals to 17 and 21, respectively.

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
Jay-Z & Kanye West Featuring Frank Ocean & The-Dream, "No Church In The Wild"

Jay-Z and West won three GRAMMYs each this year, bringing their career totals to 17 and 21, respectively. Ocean won two GRAMMYs this year, marking the first GRAMMYs of his career. The-Dream won one GRAMMY this year, bringing his career total to four.

Best Rap Song
"N****s In Paris " (Jay-Z & Kanye West, performers; Shawn Carter, Mike Dean, Chauncey Hollis & Kanye West, songwriters)

Shawn Carter, aka Jay-Z, and West won three GRAMMYs each this year, bringing their career totals to 17 and 21, respectively. Dean won one GRAMMY this year, bringing his career total to five. Hollis won one GRAMMY this year, marking the first GRAMMY win of his career.

Best Rap Album
Drake, Take Care

Drake won one GRAMMY this year, marking the first GRAMMY win of his career.

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