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Jazmine Sullivan wins first Grammy Awards after 12 losses

Jazmine Sullivan won her first Grammy for Best R&B Album on Sunday night. She was also crowned for Best R&B Performance tied with Silk Sonic.

“Bravo to black women living their lives,” Sullivan said as she accepted her award.

The powerhouse singer earned three Grammy nominations, including Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Album for “Heaux Tales” and Best R&B Song for “Pick Up Your Feelings,” which topped Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart and became Sullivan’s first chart-topper.

The Philadelphia native also recently won three NAACP Image Awards, taking home wins including Best Female Artist and Best Album for “Tales of Heaux.”

On March 9, Sullivan announced on Twitter, “Doctors cleared me. ATL, I’ll see you tonight. She also shared a statement that she was “still recovering from the effects of COVID. But I really miss you all and I’m doing my best to keep the tour going! We’ll see each other there!”

R&B star’s “Heaux Tales” The tour will last until July.

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