The Top 10 Artists With The Most Grammy Wins: A Testament To Musical Excellence: The GRAMMY Awards, established in 1957, encompasses 86 diverse categories, celebrating excellence in genres such as pop, rock, R&B, jazz, rap, Latin, classical, Musical Theater, and more. Over the years, thousands of music creators have received recognition from the Grammys.

Earning a GRAMMY win bestows immense prestige upon an artist and can significantly propel their career. Some remarkable individuals have notched up an astonishing tally of 10, 20, and even 30 or more GRAMMY wins.

Have you ever been curious about who these exceptional GRAMMY achievers are? Check them out in the list below according to detailed information shared by the official website of the recording academy.

Beyoncé, 32

Beyoncé made history at the 2023 GRAMMYs by becoming the artist with the most GRAMMY wins — ever — when she won the GRAMMY for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for her 2022 album, Renaissance. Beyoncé now counts 32 total GRAMMY wins.

Georg Solti, 31

Not only does the late conductor Georg Solti hold the record for the most GRAMMY Awards won in any genre with 31, but he also has the most wins in the Classical Field. Solti’s last win was for Best Opera Recording for Wagner: Die Meistersinger Von Nurnberg in 1997.

Quincy Jones, 28

Quincy Jones’ GRAMMY career as an artist/arranger/producer spans more than 10 Fields, from Children’s to Jazz, Pop, Rap, R&B, and more, including his recent win for Best Music Film at the 61st GRAMMY Awards. He is also one of only 15 artists to receive the GRAMMY Legend Award.

Alison Krauss, 27

Alison Krauss holds the distinction as the female artist with the most awards in the Country Field. Krauss shares 14 of her wins with her backing band of nearly 30 years, Union Station.

Chick Corea, 27

Musician/composer Chick Corea is currently the artist with the most jazz GRAMMY wins, counting 27 GRAMMY Awards as a solo artist. Corea’s Latin jazz piano stylings, compositions, and arrangements have also earned him four Latin GRAMMY Awards.

Pierre Boulez, 26

Pierre Boulez earned his GRAMMYs primarily by conducting the work of renowned 20th-century composers such as Bela Bartók, Alban Berg, and Claude Debussy. Boulez received The Recording Academy’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015.

Vladimir Horowitz, 25

The late virtuoso pianist/composer Vladimir Horowitz earned GRAMMYs in every decade from the 1960s to the 1990s. He was also awarded a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1990 and has five recordings in the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame.

Stevie Wonder, 25

No stranger to the GRAMMY stage, Stevie Wonder is the only artist in GRAMMY history to win five or more awards on three separate nights. His career and GRAMMY history were celebrated on the television special “Stevie Wonder: Songs In The Key Of Life — An All-Star GRAMMY Salute” in 2015.

John Williams, 25

John Williams has cashed in on cinema soundtrack classics such as Jaws, Star Wars, and Schindler’s List for a place among the GRAMMY elite. Of his 24 GRAMMY wins, Williams has earned 12 in the Music For Visual Media Field and six for his work on the Star Wars franchise. His most recent win came at the 60th GRAMMYs for Best Arrangement, Instrumental Or A Cappella for “Escapades For Alto Saxophone And Orchestra From Catch Me If You Can.”

Jay-Z, 24

Tied with Kanye West for the most GRAMMY wins by a rap artist, Jay-Z has won in each of the four Rap Field categories. Hova’s blueprint for GRAMMY’s success includes collaborations with other artists such as Beyoncé (“Drunk In Love”), Rihanna (“Umbrella”), and Justin Timberlake (“Holy Grail”).

Kanye West, 24

Kanye West is neck-and-neck with Jay Z for top GRAMMY-winning rap artist, but he has often competed against himself. For example, he had two nominations (and a win) each for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song in 2012, Best Rap Album in 2011, and Best Rap Song and Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group in 2007.


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