Hello folks, in this article I am about to present to you the best top 11 Grammy awards winners of all time. As we all know now, Grammys 2023 awards took place in Los Angeles, on Sunday, February 5, and Beyoncé made history at the 65th annual Grammy Awards. Now she has 32 Grammy Awards and became the top award winner artist.
Our list has a complete reverse countdown list of people who have won 24 or more Grammys in competition. Check out the list below.
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Top 11 Grammy Awards Winners Of All Time
11 – Jay-Z — 24 Awards
- First time win: In 1999, Jay’s sophomore album, Vol. 2…Hard Knock Life, won best rap album.
- Most recent win: In 2022, “Jail,” his collab with Kanye West, won best rap song.
- Most wins year: He won three awards in 2010, 2011, and 2013.
- Total nominations: 88
10 – Kanye West — 24 Awards
- First-time wins: In 2005, the rapper and provocateur won three Grammys, including best rap album for The College Dropout.
- Most recent wins: Last year, he won two awards – best rap song for “Jail,” his collab with Jay-Z, and best melodic rap performance for “Hurricane,” which featured The Weeknd and Lil Baby.
- Most wins year: West swept four Grammys in both 2008 and 2012. Both of those hauls included the best rap album — for Graduation and My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, respectively.
- Total nominations: 75
9 – Vladimir Horowitz — 25 Awards
- First-time wins: In 1963, the Russian-born pianist won album of the year, classical, and best classical performance – instrumental soloist or duo (without orchestra), both for Columbia Records Presents Vladimir Horowitz.
- Most recent win: In 1993, he won a posthumous award for best classical performance – instrumental solo without orchestra for Horowitz – Discovered Treasures (Chopin, Liszt, Scarlatti, Scriabin, Clementi.
- Most wins year: Horowitz never won more than two Grammys in one year.
- Total nominations: 45
8 – John Williams — 25 Awards
- First Time win: In 1976, he won the best original score written for a motion picture or a television special for Jaws.
- Most recent win: In 2020, he won best instrumental composition for “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Symphonic Suite.”
- Most wins year: In both 1978 and 1983, Williams won three awards, for his work on the music for Star Wars and E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, respectively.
- Total nominations: 73
7 – Stevie Wonder — 25 Awards
- First wins: In 1974, Wonder won five Grammys, including album of the year for Innervisions.
- Most recent win: In 2007, Wonder and Tony Bennett shared the prize for best pop collaboration with vocals for “For Once in My Life,” a song they had each recorded in the 1960s.
- Most wins year: Wonder mopped five awards in 1974, 1975, and 1977.
- Total nominations: 74
6 – Pierre Boulez — 26 Awards
- First-time wins: The French composer, conductor, and writer won two awards in 1968 – album of the year, classical and best opera recording, both for his work on Berg: Wozzeck.
- Most recent win: In 2006, he won best small ensemble performance (with or without conductor) for Boulez: Le Marteau Sans Maître, Dérive 1 & 2.
- Most wins year: He won three awards in 1994, including the best classical album for Bartók: The Wooden Prince & Cantata Profana.
- Total nominations: 67
5 – Chick Corea — 27 Awards
- First-Time win: In 1976, Corea and Return to Forever won the best jazz performance by a group for No Mystery.
- Most recent wins: He won two posthumous awards last year – best Latin jazz album for Mirror Mirror and best-improvised jazz solo for “Humpty Dumpty Set 2.”
- Most wins year: Corea never won more than two awards in any one year.
- Total nominations: 71
4 – Alison Krauss — 27 Awards
- First-time win: In 1991, the title track from Krauss’ album I’ve Got That Old Feeling won best bluegrass recording.
- Most recent win: In 2012, Krauss won the best bluegrass album for Paper Airplane, recorded with Union Station.
- Most wins year: Krauss won five awards in 2010 for Raising Sand, a smash collab with Robert Plant. The haul included an album of the year and the best contemporary folk/Americana album.
- Total nominations: 44
3 – Quincy Jones — 28 Awards
- First Time win: In 1964, Jones won best instrumental arrangement for his work on Count Basie’s version of the Ray Charles classic “I Can’t Stop Loving You.”
- Most recent win: In 2019, Jones won best music film for Quincy.
- Most wins year: In 1991, Jones won six prizes, including album of the year for Back on the Block.
- Total nominations: 80
2 – Georg Solti — 31 Awards
- First Time win: The Hungarian-British orchestral and operatic conductor won best opera recording in 1963 for Verdi: Aida.
- Most recent win: Solti won in that same category posthumously in 1998 for conducting Wagner: Die, Meistersinger Von Nurnberg.
- Most wins year: Solti won four awards in 1984, including two for Mahler: Symphony No. 9 in D.
- Total nominations: 74
1 – Beyoncé — 32 Awards
- First-time wins: Beyoncé won her first two Grammys with Destiny’s Child in 2001 for “Say My Name.” The classic won best R&B song and best R&B performance by a duo or group with vocals.
- Most recent wins: In 2023, she won four awards, including the best dance/electronic album for Renaissance.
- Most wins year: In 2010, Beyonce won six awards, including song of the year for “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).”
- Total nominations: 88