The 66th Grammy Awards will go down in musical history not just for the stunning performances and surprising revelations, but also for Taylor Swift’s historic moment. She achieved a remarkable achievement as she won the coveted Album of the Year award for her latest project, Midnights. This win made her the artist with the most Album of the Year awards in Grammy history.
Taylor Swift made history on Sunday by winning her 14th Grammy, after her 13th for the album Midnights, which won Best Pop Vocal Album. This historic achievement featured her fourth Album of the Year award. The singer broke the record previously held by Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra and Paul Simon.
🚨| Taylor Swift's acceptance speech for "Album Of The Year" for "Midnights" at the 2024 #GRAMMYs!
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In her acceptance speech, the singer said, “I would love to tell you this is the best moment of my life, but I feel this happy when I finish a song, or when I crack the code to a bridge that I love, or when I’m shortlisting a music video, or when I’m working with my dancers.”
“For me, the award is the work,” she added. During the event, Taylor thanked Jack Antonoff, her best friend. Antonoff got a major win earlier in the night, matching the record for producer of the year (non-classical) wins.