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Winans won her first GRAMMY for Best Soul Gospel Performance, Female for "For Always."
Solange earned her first career GRAMMY for Best R&B Performance for "Cranes In The Sky."
At the 59th GRAMMYs, Chance The Rapper became the first male rap solo artist to win Best New Artist.
The singer/songwriter made her GRAMMY stage debut at the 44th GRAMMYs in 2002 with a performance of "Video."
The legendary singer received a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012.
The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul won her first career GRAMMY for "I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need To Get By" with Method Man.
Scott made her GRAMMY stage debut at the 43rd GRAMMYs, performing "Natural Blues" with Moby and Blue Man Group.
The singer/songwriter made his GRAMMY stage debut at the 47th GRAMMY Awards, performing "I'll Take You There" with Mavis Staples.