Kendrick Lamar has won Best Rap Album at the 60th GRAMMY Awards for his acclaimed third studio album DAMN., beating out fellow nominees JAY-Z (4:44), Migos (Culture), Rapsody (Laila's Wisdom) and Tyler, The Creator (Flower Boy).
Earlier in the evening, Lamar took home awards for Best Music Video ("HUMBLE."), Best Rap Song ("HUMBLE."), Best Rap Performance ("HUMBLE."), Best Rap/Sung Performance ("LOYALTY" with Rihanna).
Lamar has tallied 29 total GRAMMY nominations over the course of his 14-year recording career, taking home a total of 12 gilded gramophones (including his Best Rap Album victory).
The TDE MC is up for seven GRAMMYs this evening, including Album of The Year (DAMN.) and Record of The Year ("HUMBLE.").