The legendary singer received a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012.
The singer/songwriter made her GRAMMY stage debut at the 44th GRAMMYs in 2002 with a performance of "Video."
At the 59th GRAMMYs, Chance The Rapper became the first male rap solo artist to win Best New Artist.
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."
The singer/songwriter made his GRAMMY stage debut at the 47th GRAMMY Awards, performing "I'll Take You There" with Mavis Staples.
Scott made her GRAMMY stage debut at the 43rd GRAMMYs, performing "Natural Blues" with Moby and Blue Man Group.
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.