Christian Artists Shine at Grammys
It was a big night for Christian rapper Lecrae.
The artist took home two Grammy awards at Sunday’s ceremony in Los Angeles.
Lecrae won for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for Church Clothes 4, while also winning the Grammy for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performace/Song for ‘Your Power,” with Tasha Cobbs Leonard.
On Instagram, Lecrae wrote: “I haven’t fully processed it all yet. I’m grateful but it’s really something beyond my understanding. I just wanted to be the father I never had and give my kids experiences. God is beyond kind. Once I have more words I’ll share but for now… Thank you God for being gracious. Thank you Jesus for allowing me to be a part of your kingdom and using broken instruments to play healing music.”
Tye Tribbett‘s “All Things New: Live In Orlando” won the Grammy for the Best Gospel Album.
Kirk Franklin won his 20th Grammy Award; Best Gospel Performance/Song for ‘All Things.’
The Best Roots Gospel Album Grammy Winner was Blind Boys of Alabama.