Taylor Swift won Album of the Year at the 63 rd Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, for her 2020 album, Folklore

Swift previously won the distinguished award for her 2008 album Fearless and 2014’s 1989

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift presents in journalism space at the The 58 th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 15, 2016, in Los Angeles, California.
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Now she’s in the company of 3 male legends: Frank Sinatra (who won for 1959’s Come Dance with Me, as well as 1965’s September of My Years and A Man and His Music, the latter two of which were granted in different events due to the fact that of the Grammys’ eligibility window); Stevie Marvel (1973’s Innervisions, 1974’s Fulfillingness’ Very First Ending and 1976’s Songs in the Key of Life); and Paul Simon (1975’s Still Crazy After All These Years, 1986’s Graceland and Simon & Garfunkel’s 1970 album, Bridge Over Troubled Water).

Swift launched Folklore amid the coronavirus pandemic, with little advance notice, as a surprise treat for her fans. The first two songs hail from Folklore, while “Willow” can be found on Folklore‘s sister record, Evermore, which was released in December2020

congratulations @taylorswift13 for being the first woman to win album of the year at the grammy’s 3 times ❤

— evermore lyrics bot (@evermorebot) March 15, 2021

The very first female artist to win Album of the Year at the #GRAMMYs three times and she did it with a different genre every time.

There is no one like Taylor Swift.

— Alex Goldschmidt (@alexandergold) March 15, 2021

whenever taylor wins an award it really does feel like a personal success to me like i’m going to walk around like i just won album of the year for the rest of the week

— jess (@jesshakeitoff) March 15, 2021

Correction 3/14/2021, 11: 25 p.m. ET: An earlier variation of this story misstated that Swift was the only woman to win the Grammy for Album of the Year two times.


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