She’d previously won six Grammys with the Black Eyed Peas… But its Fergie’s recent project without the group that has resulted in more gramophones in her collection.
The 36-year-old part-Mexican singer took home two awards at the 54th Grammy Awards on Sunday for her work on Kanye West’s “All of the Lights.”
The track from West’s album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy—featuring Fergie, Rihanna and Kid Cudi—won in the Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Best Rap Song categories.
But Fergie wasn’t the only two-time winner… Jazz musician Chick Corea also picked up a pair of gramophones at this year’s Grammys.
The 70-year-old part-Spanish jazz pianist, keyboardist and composer won in the Best Improvised Jazz Solo category for the song “500 Miles High,” as well as in the Best Jazz Instrumental Album for the album Forever.
In all, Correa has won a total of 18 Grammy Awards during his illustrious career.
Meanwhile, Louis C.K. earned his first Grammy, further cementing his status as the world’s biggest comedy star.
The 44-year-old part-Mexican American comedian won in the Best Comedy Album category for “Hilarious,” beating out the Weird Al Yankovic, Patton Oswalt, Kathy Griffin and Andy Samberg’s Lonely Island for the award.
Here’s a look at some of the other Latino winners at the 54th Grammy Awards:
Best Latin Pop, Rock, Or Urban Album
Maná, Drama y Luz
Best Regional Mexican Or Tejano Album
Pepe Aguilar, Bicentenario
Best Banda or Norteño Album
Los Tigres Del Norte, Los Tigres Del Norte And Friends
Best Tropical Latin Album
Cachao, The Last Mambo