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Cardi is the first female rapper to take home the award for Best Rap Album.

Cardi B. took home the coveted Best Rap Album award for “Invasion of Privacy.” Overwhelmed and in tears, she accepted it in a speech thanking her fans and her team with husband Offset by her side.
Cardi is the first female rapper to take home the award for Best Rap Album. Other artists in her category were Mac Miller, Nipsey Hussle, Travis Scott, and Pusha T.
Drake won the Best Rap Song for “God’s Plan,” besting Kendrick Lamar’s “King’s Dead,” Eminem’s “Lucky You,” Travis Scott’s “Sicko Mode,” and Jay Rock’s “Win.” While accepting his award, Drake made a point to address the relevancy of the Grammys and how it’s not a big deal if you don’t win. Although his speech was cut off, you watch it in its entirety below.
Travis Scott took the stage with an energetic performance of “Stop Trying To Be God” and “No Bystanders” along with James Blake and Philip Bailey. Complete with a giant cage and raving fans, Travis brought the culture of his concert performances to the Grammys.
Cardi B. had a pretty eventful Grammy night. Before winning her first Grammy, Cardi took the stage to perform a sultry performance of her single “Money.” Complete with dynamic background dancers and classical pianist Chloe Flowers, the performance was one to remember.
R&B Singer H.E.R. also had a successful Grammy night as she won the Grammy for Best R&B Album and the Grammy for Best R&B Performance with Daniel Caesar for their song “Best Part.” In addition, she did a soulful performance of her song “Hard Place” complete with a gospel choir.
Here is the full list of winners