Taking home two Grammy awards during the night of celebration, Lecrae was the big winner in the Christian categories.
The Christian rapper from Atlanta took home the Grammy for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for Church Clothes 4. He also won Best Contemporary Christian Music Performace/Song for 'Your Power' featuring Tasha Cobbs Leonard.
"Every single soul that touched this project, everybody who listened to it, enjoyed it, understand the gift that we all possess, I have to give credit to the Lord Jesus for being my all in all. My everything," said Lecrae during his acceptance speech. "The imprint of God is on each and every one of your lives. Whether you take home an aware or not, you are fearfully and wonderfully made. You made this music not to win an award, but to impact the world with the gift that God has put in you. Never forget that."
Kirk Franklin enjoyed the 66th annual Grammy Awards Show, performing on stage and winning a Grammy for Best Gospel Performance/Song for 'All Things.' This win brings him to 20 Grammy awards after 31 nominations.
Best Gospel Album went to Tye Tribbett for All Things New: Live In Orlando. Best Roots Gospel Album went to Blind Boys of Alabama for Echoes of the South.
Other nominees in the Christian categories were Lauren Daigle, Blessing Offor, for KING & COUNTRY, Phil Wickham, Maverick City Music, and Cody Carnes.