From Eminem to Megan Thee Stallion, Jay-Z to Kendrick Lamar – one of the crucial largest names in hip-hop have taken house the Grammy Award for Best possible Rap Music.

Hip-hop is of the largest and maximum dominant genres in track inside the final half-century, and one of the crucial minds at the back of rap’s largest songs get their plants at the yearly Grammy Awards. First held in 1958 and at first referred to as the Gramophone Awards (aka the ones golden turntables that winners take house), the Grammy Awards have modified and developed with the days, now celebrating “honor creative success, technical talent and total excellence within the recording business, with out regard to album gross sales or chart place,” in step with the Grammy website.

With that stated, the Grammys haven’t at all times been nice in terms of hip-hop. The Recording Academy debuted the Best possible Rap Efficiency award in 1989 and the Best possible Rap Album class in 1996 – a few years after the style burst out at the scene. The Grammys unveiled the Best possible Rap Music class for the forty sixth Grammy Awards in 2004. Eminem gained that inaugural award for “Lose Your self,” as did the track’s writers – Luis Restro and Jeff Bass.

The Best possible Rap Music award is a songwriters award, one who acknowledges the various palms that move into making a success.

This 12 months’s Nominees

To start with look, the Best possible Rap Music class is a roll name of one of the crucial largest names in hip-hop. “Bathtub Salts,” by way of DMX that includes Jay-Z and Nas, is up for the award, as is Saweetie and Doja Cat’s collab, “Best possible Good friend.” Child Keem and Kendrick Lamar’s “Circle of relatives Ties” scored a nomination, as did “My Existence” by way of J.Cole, that includes 21 Savage and Morray. Kanye West – who has a file of 6 wins on this class – may upload to his general if his and Jay-Z’s “Prison” wins the Grammy.

Whole Checklist of nominees:

  • DMX that includes Jay-Z and Nas, “Bathtub Salts” (Shawn Carter, Kasseem Dean, Michael Forno, Nasir Jones, and Earl)
  • Saweetie that includes Doja Cat, “Best possible Good friend” (Amala Zandile Dlamini, Lukasz Gottwald, Randall Avery Hammers, Diamonté Harper, Asia Smith, Theron Thomas, and Rocco Valdes)
  • Child Keem that includes Kendrick Lamar, “Circle of relatives Ties” (Roshwita Larisha Bacha, Hykeem Carter, Tobias Dekker, Colin Franken, Jasper Harris, Kendrick Lamar, Ronald Latour, and Dominik Patrzek)
  • Kanye West that includes Jay-Z, “Prison” (Dwayne Abernathy, Jr., Shawn Carter, Raul Cubina, Michael Dean, Charles M. Njapa, Sean Solymar, Kanye West, and Mark Williams)
  • J. Cole that includes 21 Savage and Morray, “My Existence” (Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph and Jermaine Cole)

Contemporary Winners Of The  Grammy Award for Best possible Rap Music

2021: Megan Thee Stallion toes. Beyoncé, “Savage (Remix)”

Megan Thee Stallion, winner of the awards for best possible rap track and best possible rap efficiency for “Savage Remix” and best possible new artist poses within the press room on the 63rd annual Grammy Awards (Jordan Strauss/AP/Shutterstock)
  • Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Brittany Hazzard, Derrick Milano, Terius Nash, Megan Pete, Bobby Consultation Jr., Jordan Kyle Lanier Thorpe & Anthony White

Different Nominees:

  • Lil Child, “The Larger Image” (Dominique Jones, Noah Pettigrew & Rai’shaun Williams
  • Roddy Ricch, “The Field” (Samuel Gloade & Rodrick Moore)
  • Drake toes. Lil Durk, “Chortle Now Cry Later” Durk Banks, Rogét Chahayed, Aubrey Graham, Daveon Jackson, Ronald LaTour & Ryan Martinez)
  • DaBaby that includes Roddy Ricch, “Rockstar” (Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, Ross Joseph Portaro IV & Rodrick Moore)

2020: 21 Savage toes. J. Cole, “A Lot”

  • YBN Cordae that includes Probability the Rapper, “Dangerous Concept” (Chancelor Bennett, Cordae Dunston, Uforo Ebong & Daniel Hackett)
  • Rick Ross that includes Drake, “Gold Roses” (Noel Cadastre, Aubrey Graham, Anderson Hernandez, Khristopher Riddick-Tynes, William Leonard Roberts II, Joshua Quinton Scruggs, Leon Thomas III & Ozan Yildirim)
  • Nipsey Hussle that includes Roddy Ricch and Hit-Boy, “Racks In The Center (Ermias Asghedom, Dustin James Corbett, Greg Allen Davis, Chauncey Hollis, Jr. & Rodrick Moore”
  • DaBaby, “Suge” (Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, JetsonMade & Pooh Beatz)

2019: Drake, “God’s Plan”

  • Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Long run & James Blake “King’s Useless” (Kendrick Duckworth, Samuel Gloade, James Litherland, Johnny McKinzie, Mark Spears, Travis Walton, Nayvadius Wilburn & Michael Williams II)
  • Eminem that includes Joyner Lucas, “Fortunate You” (R. Fraser, G. Lucas, M. Mathers, M. Samuels & J. Candy)
  • Travis Scott, Drake, Large Hawk & Swae Lee, “Sicko Mode” (Khalif Brown, Rogét Chahayed, BryTavious Chambers, Mike Dean, Mirsad Dervic, Kevin Gomringer, Tim Gomringer, Aubrey Graham, John Edward Hawkins, Chauncey Hollis, Jacques Webster, Ozan Yildirim & Cydel Younger)
  • Jay Rock, “Win” (Ok. Duckworth, A. Hernandez, J. McKinzie, M. Samuels & C. Thompson)

2018: Kendrick Lamar, “HUMBLE”

  • Cardi B, “Bodack Yellow” (Dieuson Octave, Klenord Raphael, Shaftizm, Jordan Thorpe, Belcalis Almanzar & J White – “Bodak Yellow”)
  • Risk Mouse that includes Run the Jewels and Large Boi, “Chase Me”) (Judah Bauer, Brian Burton, Hector Delgado, Jaime Meline, Antwan Patton, Michael Render, Russell Simins & Jon Spencer
  • Rapsody, “Sassy” (E. Gabouer & M. Evans)
  • Jay-Z, “The Tale of O.J.” (Shawn Carter & Dion Wilson)
Kendrick Lamar accepts the award for best possible rap album for “Rattling” on the sixtieth annual Grammy Awards (Matt Sayles/Invision/AP/Shutterstock)

2017: Drake, “Hotline Bling”

  • Fats Joe & Remy Ma that includes French Montana & Infared, “All The Approach Up (Joseph Cartagena, Edward Davadi, Shandel Inexperienced, Karim Kharbouch, Andre Christopher Lyon, Reminisce Mackie & Marcello Valenzano)
  • Kanye West that includes Rihanna, “Well-known” (Chancellor Bennett, Ross Birchard, Ernest Brown, Andrew Dawson, Kasseem Dean, Mike Dean, Noah Goldstein, Kejuan Muchita, Patrick Reynolds, Kanye West & Cydel Younger)
  • Probability the Rapper that includes Lil Wayne and a couple of Chainz, “No Drawback” (Chancellor Bennett, Dwayne Carter & Tauheed Epps)
  • Kanye West that includes Probability The Rapper, Kelly Worth, Kirk Franklin & The-Dream, “Ultralight Beam” (Chancellor Bennett, Kasseem Dean, Mike Dean, Kirk Franklin, Noah Goldstein, Samuel Griesemer, Terius Nash, Jerome Potter, Kelly Worth, Nico “Donnie Trumpet” Segal, Derek Watkins, Kanye West & Cydel Younger)

2016: Kendrick Lamar, “Alright”

  • Kanye West That includes Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom, and Paul McCartney, “All Day” (Ernest Brown, Tyler Bryant, Sean Combs, Mike Dean, Rennard East, Noah Goldstein, Malik Yusef Jones, Karim Kharbouch, Allan Kyariga, Kendrick Lamar, Paul McCartney, Victor Mensah, Charles Njapa, Che Pope, Patrick Reynolds, Allen Ritter, Kanye West, Mario Winans, and Cydel Younger)
  • Drake, “Power” (Richard Dorfmeister, A. Graham, Markus Kienzl, M. O’Brien, M. Samuels and Phillip Thomas)
  • Not unusual and John Legend, “Glory” (Lonnie Lynn, Che Smith, and John Stephens)
  • Fetty Wap, “Entice Queen” (Tony Fadd and Willie J. Maxwell)
Kendrick Lamar accepts the award for best possible rap album for “To Pimp A Butterfly” on the 58th annual Grammy Awards (Matt Sayles/Invision/AP/Shutterstock)

2015: Kendrick Lamar, “i”

  • Nicki Minaj, “Anaconda” (Ernest Clark, Jamal Jones, Onika Maraj, Marcos Palacios and J. Solone Myvett)
  • Kanye West that includes Charlie Wilson, “Certain 2” (Mike Dean, Malik Jones, Che Pope, Elon Rutberg, Sakiya Sandifer, John Stephens, Kanye West, Charlie Wilson, and Cydel Younger)
  • Wiz Khalifa, “We Dem Boyz” (Noel Fisher and Cameron Thomaz)
  • Drake, “0 to 100 / The Catch Up” (A. Feeney, Aubrey Graham, Anderson Hernandez, P. Jefferies, Matthew Samuels, and Noah Shebib)

2014: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis toes. Wanz, “Thrift Store”

  • ASAP Rocky that includes Drake, 2 Chainz, and Kendrick Lamar, “F-ckin’ Issues” (Tauheed Epps, Aubrey Graham, Kendrick Lamar, Rakim Mayers, and Noah Shebib)
  • Jay-Z that includes Justin Timberlake, “Holy Grail” (Shawn Carter, Terius Nash, J. Harmon, Timothy Mosley, Justin Timberlake, and Ernest Wilson)
  • Kanye West, “New Slaves” (Christopher Breaux, Benjamin Bronfman, Mike Dean, Louis Johnson, Malik Jones, Elon Rutberg, Sakiya Sandifer, Che Smith, Kanye West, and Cydel Younger)
  • Drake, “Began from the Backside” (William Coleman, Aubrey Graham, and Noah Shebib)

2013: Jay-Z and Kanye West, “N—– In Paris”

  • Nas, “Daughters” (Nasir Jones and Ernest Wilson)
  • Wale that includes Miguel, “Lotus Flower Bomb” (Olubowale Akintimehin, S. Joseph Dew, Jerrin Howard, Walker Johnson, and Miguel Jontel Pimentel)
  • Kanye West, Large Sean, Pusha T, and a couple of Chainz, “Mercy” (Sean Anderson, Tauheed Epps, Stephan Taft, James Thomas, Terrence Thornton, and Kanye West)
  • Drake that includes Lil Wayne and Tyga, “The Motto”) (Dwayne Carter, Aubrey Graham, and Michael Stevenson)
  • Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa that includes Bruno Mars, “Younger, Wild & Unfastened” (Calvin Broadus, Chris Brody Brown, Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine, Peter Hernandez, and Cameron Thomaz)
Drake on the 61st Annual Grammy Awards (Rob Latour/Shutterstock)

2012: Kanye West, Rihanna, Child Cudi & Fergie, “All the Lighting fixtures”

  • Wiz Khalifa, “Black and Yellow”) (Mikkel S. Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen and Cameron Thomaz)
  • Dre, Eminem, and Skylar Gray, “I Want A Physician” (Andre Younger, Alexander Grant, Skylar Gray, and Marshall Mathers)
  • Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne, “Glance At Me Now”) (Chris Brown, Wesley Pentz, Jean Baptiste, Ryan Buendia, Dwayne Carter, Trevor Smith, Nick van de Wall, Afrojack
  • Jay-Z and Kanye West, “Otis” (Shawn Carter and Kanye West)
  • Lupe Fiasco, “The Display Is going On” (Dustin William Brower, Jonathon Keith Brown, Daniel Johnson, Kane and Wasalu Muhammad Jaco)

2011: Jay-Z toes. Alicia Keys, “Empire State of Thoughts”

  • Eminem that includes Rihanna, “Love The Approach You Lie” (Alexander Grant, Skylar Gray and Marshall Mathers)
  • Eminem, “Now not Afraid” (Matthew Burnett, Jordan Evans, Marshall Mathers, Luis Resto & Matthew Samuels)
  • B.o.B that includes Bruno Mars, “Nothin’ On You” (Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine, Bruno Mars, and Bobby Simmons Jr.)
  • Jay-Z & Swizz Beats, “Directly to the Subsequent One” (Shawn Carter, J. Chaton, and Ok. Dean)

2010: Jay-Z toes. Rihanna and Kanye West, “Run This The town”

  • Drake, “Best possible I Ever Had: (Dwayne Carter, Aubrey Drake Graham & Matthew Samuels)
  • Child Cudi, “Day ‘n’ Nite” (S. Mescudi and O. Omishore)
  • I. that includes Justin Timberlake, “Useless and Long gone” (Clifford Harris and Justin Timberlake)
  • Jay-Z, “D.O.A. (Demise of Auto-Music”) (Shawn Carter and Ernest Wilson)

2009: Lil Wayne toes. Static Primary, “Lollipop”

  • Flo Rida that includes T-Ache, “Low” (Tramar Dillard and Faheem Najm)
  • Snoop Dogg, “Sexual Eruption” (C. Broadus, S. Lovejoy and D. Stewart)
  • Lupe Fiasco that includes Soundtrak, “Famous person” (Wasalu Muhammad Jaco)
  • I. that includes Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Kanye West & M.I.A., “Swagga Like Us” (Mathangi Arulpragasam, Dwayne Carter, Shawn Carter, Clifford Harris, Topper Headon, Mick Jones, Wesley Pentz, Paul Simonon, Joe Strummer and Kanye West)
Kanye West accepts the award for best possible rap album for Commencement on the fiftieth Annual Grammy Awards (Kevork Djansezian/AP/Shutterstock)

2008: Kanye West toes. T-Ache, “Excellent Existence”

  • 50 Cent toes. Justin Timberlake, “Ayo Era” (Curtis Jackson, Nathaniel Hills, Timothy Mosley, and Justin Timberlake)
  • I., “Large Issues Poppin’ (Do It)” (Clifford Harris and Byron Thomas)
  • Kanye West, “Can’t Inform Me Not anything” (Aldrin Davis and Kanye West)
  • Soulja Boy, “Crank That” (Soulja Boy)

2007: Ludacris toes. Pharrell, “Cash Maker”

  • Yung Joc, “It’s Goin’ Down” (Chadron Moore and Jasiel Robinson)
  • Lupe Fiasco, “Kick, Push” (Wasalu Muhammad Jaco)
  • Chamillionaire, “Ridin’” (Hakeem Seriki, Juan Salinas, Oscar Salinas, Anthony Henderson)
  • I. “What You Know” (Adrian Davis and Clifford Harris)

2006: Kanye West, “Diamonds from Sierra Leonne”

  • 50 Cent that includes Olivia, “Sweet Store” (50 Cent and Scott Storch)
  • The Again Eyed Peas, “Don’t Phunk With My Center” (William Adams, Printz Board, Stacy Ferguson, and George Pajon Jr.)
  • The Recreation that includes 50 Cent, “Hate It Or Love It” (Jayceon Taylor and 50 Cent)
  • Missy Elliott that includes Ciara and Fatman Scoop, “Lose Regulate” (Missy Elliott, Ciara Harris, and Isaac Freeman)
Kanye West and his mom, Donda, grasp his 3 awards behind the curtain on the forty eighth Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles ( REED SAXON/AP/Shutterstock)

2005: Kanye West, “Jesus Walks”

  • Snoop Dogg and Pharrell, “Drop It Like It’s Scorching”) (Calvin Broadus, Chad Hugo, Scott Thomas, and Pharrell Williams)
  • The Black Eyed Peas, “Hiya Mama” (Will Adams and Anthony Henry)
  • The Black Eyed Peas, “Let’s Get It Began” (Will Adams, Mike Fratantuno, Jaime Gomez, George Pajon, Jr., Allan Pineda, and Terence Yoshiaki)
  • Jay-Z – “99 Issues” (Shawn Carter and Rick Rubin)

2004: Eminem, “Lose Your self”

  • Snoop Dogg and Pharrell, “Gorgeous” (Calvin Broadus, Chad Hugo, and Pharrell Williams)
  • Jay-Z and Pharrell, “Excuse Me Omit” (Shawn Carter, Chad Hugo, and Pharrell Williams)
  • 50 Cent, “In da Membership” (Mike Elizondo, C. Jackson, and A. Younger)
  • Missy Elliott, “Paintings It” (Missy Elliott and Tim Mosley)

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