Jennifer Lopez at the 42nd GRAMMY Awards in 2000
Alicia Keys won five awards at the 44th GRAMMY Awards, including Best New Artist and Song Of The Year for "Fallin'."
The Weeknd earned his first career GRAMMY wins for 2015, including Best Urban Contemporary Album for Beauty Behind The Madness.
The London-born Adele is one of two female solo artists to win Album Of The Year twice for her own solo albums.
Andra Day earned her first career GRAMMY nominations for 2015 for Best R&B Performance ("Rise Up") and Best R&B Album ('Cheers To The Fall.')
Ariana Grande made her GRAMMY stage debut at the 57th GRAMMY Awards, performing "Just A Little Bit Of Your Heart."
Wiz Khalifa made his debut on the GRAMMY stage at the 54th GRAMMY Awards, performing "Adorn" with Miguel.
Anderson .Paak earned his first two career GRAMMY nominations for Best New Artist and Best Urban Contemporary Album for Malibu for 2016.
Alabama Shakes earned their first GRAMMY nods for 2012, including a nomination for Best New Artist. The band notched their first three wins at the 58th GRAMMY Awards in 2016.
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