Who has won the most Grammys awards? The 10 artists who’ve been the biggest winners ever

THE Grammy Awards are the biggest music event in the world.

With 84 categories, the ceremony has seen some BIG winners over the years.

Who has won the most Grammys awards?

1) Beyonce

Grammy wins: 28

Beyonce received her first Grammy when she was in Destiny’s Child, winning two awards for their No. 1 smash Say My Name in 2001.

She has also had five wins with husband Jay-Z for their hit singles Crazy in Love and Drunk in Love, plus their joint album Everything Is Love.

She managed to top the leader board with 28 awards after scooping three more Grammys at the 2021 ceremony.

Interesting fact, Beyonce has never won Album of the Year though.

1) Quincy Jones

Grammy wins: 28

Beyonce shares her top Grammy winner title with music legend Quincy.

The producer and songwriter first triumphed at the Grammys for Best Instrumental Arrangement in 1964.

Quincy also won big after he produced Michael Jackson’s historic Thriller album which won big at the 1984 awards.

He also won Album of the Year for his own Back on the Block in 1991.

3) Alison Krauss

Grammy wins: 27

Alison has won Grammys for her solo work and for being in the group Union Station.

The Bluegrass singer's biggest wins came with Robert Plant in 2009, when the unlikely pair won Album of the Year for Raising Sand and Record of the Year for Please Read the Letter.

4) Stevie Wonder

Grammy wins: 25

Stevie has won three gongs for Album of the Year alone.

He shares this record with Frank Sinatra and Paul Simon.

The singer scooped the awards for three consecutive albums which were: 1973’s Innervisions, 1974’s Fulfillingness’ First Finale and 1976’s Songs in the Key of Life.

4) John Williams

Grammy wins: 25

You'll be hard to find a blockbuster movie which hasn't had its score composed by John.

As well as the Grammys, he has also won big at the Oscars.

But while he’s only taken home five Academy Awards, he’s won nearly five times as much at the Grammys, with his most recent in 2017.

6) Chick Corea

Grammy wins: 23

Late jazz pianist Chick has won Grammys in every decade since the ’70s.

His first was in 1976 for Best Jazz Performance by a Group for No Mystery, with Return to Forever.

Chick's most recent one was in 2015 for Best Jazz Instrumental Album for Trilogy.

He was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.

Chick sadly passed away on February 9, 2021.

7) Jay-Z

Grammy wins: 22

Queen B's hubby Jay-Z is also s a big-time Grammy winner.

The rapper's first gong was for Best Rap Album (“Vol. 2 … Hard Knock Life”) back in 1999.

But the 51-year-old has never won any awards in the Big Four fields which are Album, Record and Song of the Year, plus Best New Artist.

7) U2

Grammy wins: 22

Bono and his boys have won the prestigious Album of the Year twice for their 1987 classic The Joshua Tree and then for 2004’s How To Dismantle an Atomic Bomb.

Their other big wins include Record of the Year for Beautiful Day and their hit song Walk On.

They have also won Song of the Year for Beautiful Day and Sometimes You Can’t Make It on Your Own.

9) Vince Gill

Grammy wins: 21

Vince won his first gong in 1990 for Best Male Country Vocal Performance, for When I Call Your Name.

The singer-guitarist has won big in the country music categories over the years.

His last win though was for Best American Roots Song for Kid Sister in 2017.

9) Kanye West

Grammy wins: 21

Despite three consecutive Album of the Year nominations, Kanye has never scooped the top prize, but he still has 21 gongs on his mantlepiece.

He also won three awards with Jay-Z in 2013.

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