Kanye West And Tyler The Creator Win Rap Grammys

Kanye West and Tyler have won Grammys once again.

Both rappers attended the 64th G in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 3.

Kanye, who has been nominated five times this year, received two trophies during the pre-television ceremony, including Best Melodic Rap Performance for “Hurricane,” featuring The Weeknd and Lil Baby.

He also won best rap song for “Jail” for his collaboration with JAY-Z at DONDA.

His recent wins have left him with a career total of 24 Grammys.

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In 2019, he won his first Grammy for Best Rap Album for IGOR and won his second Grammy in the same category as his latest album CALL ME IF GET LOST.

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Jazmine Sullivan went home with her first Grammy for Best R&B Performance forPick Up Your Feelings” from her critically acclaimed album Heaux Tales in the R&B categories. He tied silk sonic, who won with “Leave the Door Open”.

Bruno Mars and Anderson. Paak also won Best R&B Song for “Leave the Door Open.”

Lucky Daye won a Grammy for Best Progressive R&B Album for Table for Two, while H.E.R. added another Grammy to his résumé and won Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Fight for You.”

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Joyner Lucas Pay Homage To Kanye West On ‘YE NOT CRAZY’

Joyner’s coming to Lucas Kanye West ‘s defense.

Paying tribute to Will Smith on the 2020 single “Will,” the rapper shows his support for another hip-hop icon, Kanye West, with his latest single, “Ye Not Crazy.”

In the video, Joyner recreates Ye‘s famous masked looks from donda concerts. In one scene, another Ye signature, Sherp, raps on top of the ATV and even changes his face with ye.

“How do you spell crazy? G-E-N-I-U-S,” he raps. “What you know about mental health when you live in hell and you out of meds? / What the f**k is a meltdown when my meltdown is on a private jet?” The self-proclaimed underdog shared how he inspired Ye’s hustle and bustle.

The labels don’t want to sign checks / Then I got in ye, turned every no into a solid yes, he adds, before checking Ye’s name on the hook.

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