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    Whitney Houston winning Best Pop Female for Saving All My Love For You in 1986, I Wanna Dance With Somebody Who Loves Me in 1988, and I Will Always Love You in 1994.

    Aretha Franklin winning R&B Female for Respect in 1968, Chain of Fools in 1969, Freeway of Love in 1986 and Aretha album in 1988

    Macy Gray winning Pop Female in 2001 for I Try

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    Kaisuan
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    Cardi b Best Rap Album

    Chris brown FAME R&B Album

    Ashanti self titled  Contemporary  R&b Album

    Lil’ Kim  Pop duo collaboration

    Rihanna 9 awards

    Beyonce 23 awards

    Janet Jackson 5 awards

     

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    Annie Lennox for Pop Female for No More I Love You in 1996 – well deserved!

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    Dan Jo
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    Everything for Kacey Musgraves, Dixie Chicks and Carrie Underwood.

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    Best Pop Vocal Album (2001) – Sade, Lovers Rock: I love this win, not only because it’s one of my favorite albums by one of my favorite artists/bands, but because of the situation it was in that year. The label submitted it to Best R&B Album, but it was moved to Pop Vocal Album by the screening committee. That was a huge and competitive year for R&B music, so had it been kept in R&B, it would have probably missed the nomination. Same with “By Your Side.” They could have stayed there. Not sure why the committee felt that they were obvious “pop music,” but their decision made Lovers Rock a Grammy winning album.

    Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group (1999) – The Roots feat. Erykah Badu, “You Got Me.” One of the few years that rap voters didn’t pick the most commercial choice. Out of all of those nominees, “You Got Me” still holds up the most. Sad that Eve did not get a Grammy for it. Her verse was immaculate. To me, Eve is a 2x Grammy winner, period.

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    Chance the Rapper’s Best Rap Album win was a pleasant surprise and well-deserved. Drake’s Views, as with most of his albums, was trash.

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