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Grammys 2024: All the history-making moments and records broken

From Taylor Swift's Album of the Year to boygenuis' history-making wins

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Nicky Morris
TV and film writer
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It was a big night for history-making at the 2024 Grammy Awards on Sunday. Taylor Swift made headlines for her historic Album of the Year win after becoming the first artist to have won the accolade four times. 

While Taylor's big win is perhaps the most notable of the night, there were other record-breaking moments that you may have missed. Read on to find out what they were...

US singer-songwriter Taylor Swift accepts the Best Pop Vocal Album award for 'Midnights'© VALERIE MACON

Taylor Swift wins Album of the Year

Taylor Swift stole the show on Sunday after making history with her fourth Album of the Year win. The singer is the first artist to have won the gong four times, having previously tied on three wins with Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon. Congrats, Taylor!

Watch her acceptance speech below. 

WATCH: Taylor Swift wins Album of the year at the Grammys
US singer SZA accepts the Best R&B Song award for "'Snooze'© VALERIE MACON

SZA joins Lady Gaga as only artists to win Best Pop Duo twice

SZA has joined Lady Gaga as the only artists to have won twice in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category. The singer, who led the nominations with nine on Sunday, picked up the gong for the second time this year for her song 'Ghost In The Machine' with Phoebe Bridgers. 

She first won the award back in 2021 for 'Kiss Me More' with Dua Lipa

LOS ANGELES - FEBRUARY 4:  Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus of US indie group boygenius arrives at The 66th Annual Grammy Awards, airing live from Arena in Los Angeles, California, Sunday, Feb. 4 (8:00-11:30 PM, live ET/5:00-8:30 PM, live PT) on the CBS Television Network. (Photo by Stewart Cook/CBS via Getty Images)© CBS Photo Archive

Boygenuis makes history

The rock band boygenius, which consists of Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus, became the first all-female group to win in the categories Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance. 

The group, which was nominated for six awards on Sunday, took home the awards for their track, 'Not Strong Enough' in both categories. 

The trio also went home with Best Alternative Music Album for The Record.

Kacey Musgraves at 66th Annual Grammy Awards© David Fisher/Shutterstock

Kacey Musgraves becomes first artist to win all four country categories

Kacey Musgraves became the first artist to have won in all four country categories on Sunday after picking up an award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance. 

The country star, who was awarded with the prize for her song 'I Remember Everything' with Zach Bryan, has previously won in all three other categories: Best Country Song, Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Album. 

Back in 2014, Kacey picked up both Best Country Song and Best Country Album for 'Merry Go Around' and Same Trailer Different Park respectively, before going on to win in both categories again in 2019 for 'Space Cowboy' and Golden Hour. She also picked up Best Country Solo Performance for 'Butterflies' in 2019. 

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Chris Stapleton extends his record win for Best Country Solo Performance

Chris Stapleton picked up the Best Country Solo Performance award for a record-extending fourth time on Sunday. Chris won for his song, 'White House', which he co-wrote with Dan Wilson. 

Both Carrie Underwood and Willie Nelson have each won twice in the category. 

Jason Isbell, winner of the "Best Americana Album" award for "Weathervanes" and "Best American Roots Song" award for "Cast Iron Skillet,poses in the press room during the 66th GRAMMY Awards© Alberto E. Rodriguez

Jason Isbell's big wins in Best American Roots Song and Best Americana Album

Jason Isbell became the first artist to win the Best American Roots Song category three times after picking up the award for 'Cast Iron Skillet' on Monday. He also set a record in the Best Americana Album category, becoming the first musician to win three times after taking home the gong for Weathervanes. 

Jack Antonoff accepts the "Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical" on stage during the 66th Annual Grammy Awards© VALERIE MACON

Jack Antonoff ties for producer with most consecutive wins

Jack Antonoff tied with Babyface as the producer with the most consecutive wins for Producer of the Year, Non Classical.

This year, Jack was recognized for his work on Taylor Swift's Midnights, Lana Del Rey's Did You Know That There's A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd, and the 1975s Being Funny In A Foreign Language.

While Babyface has won the award four times in total, he won three of them consecutively from 1996 to 1998.

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