Grammy Glory: Victoria Monét’s Epic Triumph and Unbelievable Journey to Best New Artist Domination Revealed

Dive into the sensational Grammy journey of Victoria Monét, from behind-the-scenes hitmaker to Best New Artist triumph. Uncover the fierce competition, record-breaking wins, and the extraordinary evolution of a musical underdog.

Victoria Monét
Victoria Monét wins the prestigious Best New Artist award at the Grammys 2024.

In a diverse arena, the prestigious Best New Artist award at the Grammys was claimed by Victoria Monét, the 34-year-old pop and R&B singer-songwriter. This victory highlights Monét’s journey from being a behind-the-scenes hitmaker for artists like Ariana Grande to becoming a celebrated artist in her own right.

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Monét faced stiff competition from nominees spanning various genres and backgrounds. Notable contenders included 39-year-old Jelly Roll, a rapper turned country singer and the category’s oldest nominee in 25 years, as well as Ice Spice, the Bronx drill-meets-pop rapper with cultural prominence from collaborations with Taylor Swift and contributions to a “Barbie” soundtrack.

Other contenders encompassed pop-folkie Noah Kahan, British dance producer Fred again.., R&B singer Coco Jones, the rootsy married duo the War and Treaty, and singer Gracie Abrams, who opened for Taylor Swift on the Eras Tour.

With seven nominations at the 2024 Grammys, Monét secured the second-highest number overall. Her debut album, “Jaguar II,” clinched victories for Best R&B Album and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical.

The album’s third single, “On My Mama,” earned nominations for Record of the Year and Best R&B Song. “How Does It Make You Feel” was nominated for Best R&B Performance, and “Hollywood,” a collaboration with Earth, Wind & Fire featuring Monét’s 2-year-old daughter Hazel, received a nod for Best Traditional R&B Performance.

Beyond Monét’s individual triumphs, her long-time collaborator and “Jaguar II” producer Dernst Emile II, known as D’Mile, secured his second consecutive nomination for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical. D’Mile boasts a total of five Grammy wins, including Record of the Year and Song of the Year in 2022 for Silk Sonic’s “Leave the Door Open” and Song of the Year in 2021 for H.E.R.’s “I Can’t Breathe.”

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Victoria Monét, already a three-time Grammy nominee for her songwriting, expressed her gratitude, stating, “I think my entire story has been leading up to this moment. I felt like an underdog for so long.

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