The nominees for the Grammy Awards arrived on Friday, offering recognition to leading Christian artists in a variety of categories this year. The Gospel Album category is not the only Grammy Award to recognize Christian artists this year.

Lecrae also scooped a nomination this year for Contemporary Christian Performance/Song for "The Messenger."

Furthermore, Christians have been making history at the Grammy Awards recently. In 2012, Lecrae won the Grammy for Best Gospel Album with his album "Gravity," becoming the first purely hip-hop artist to ever win the award.

The Grammy Awards will air live on Feb. 8 from Los Angeles' Staples Center.


Best Rap Performance -

“3005″ - Childish Gambino
“O to 100/The Catch Up” - Drake
“Rap God” - Eminem
“i” - Kendrick Lamar
“All I Need Is You” Lecrae

Best Gospel Performance/Song -

Help - Erica Campbell Featuring Lecrae
Sunday A.M. [Live] - Karen Clark Sheard
I Believe - Mali Music
No Greater Love - Smokie Norful
Love On The Radio - The Walls Group

Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song -

Write Your Story - Francesca Battistelli
Come As You Are -  Crowder
Messengers - Lecrae Featuring For King & Country
Shake - MercyMe
Multiplied - Needtobreathe

Best Urban Contemporary Album -

“Sail Out” - Jhene Aiko
“BeyoncĂ©” - BeyoncĂ©
“X” - Chris Brown
“Mali Is…” Mali Music
“Girl” - Pharrell Williams

A big congratulations to the nominees!

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