Kendrick Lamar has managed to bag multiple Grammys before the awards ceremony has even begun, earning the accolades of Best Music Video, Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance.
The 30-year-old rapper is up for a whopping seven gongs at the 60th annual Grammy Awards, with many expecting him to be a frontrunner to sweep the night.
It’s already looking extremely positive, with Kendrick having won the award for Best Music Video, Rap Song and Rap Performance for Humble ahead of the ceremony.
His video was up against Beck’s Up All Night, Makeba by Jain, Jay-Z’s The Story Of O.J. and the snappily titled 1-800-273-8255 by Logic featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid.
In case you weren’t aware, considering the ridiculous amount of awards at the Grammys (84 in total), they announce many of the winner’s ahead of the official ceremony.
He isn’t the only early big winner either, Bruno Mars has scooped three awards too for Best R&B Album for 24k Magic, Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance for That’s What I Like.
The Weeknd has also won Best Urban Contemporary Album for Starboy, while Childish Gambino won for Best Traditional R&B Performance.
Kendrick is also nominated for Album Of Year, Best Rap Album, Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Record Of The Year.
The Grammys 2018 is set to kick off at 12.30am UK time, and you can find out how best to watch the action here.