SESAC Celebrates 2019 GRAMMY® Winners

Los Angeles, Calif. (Feb. 12, 2019) – SESAC is proud to congratulate its affiliated artists who received accolades from the 61st Annual GRAMMY® Awards, held Sunday, Feb. 10, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Songwriter-artist Lauren Daigle took home trophies in the Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song with “You Say,” and for her album Look Up Child, which received Best Contemporary Christian Music Album. SESAC songwriter-artist PJ Morton was the winner for this year’s Best Traditional R&B Performance with “How Deep Is Your Love.”

In addition, Grammy nominee and SESAC singer-songwriter Margo Price had a standout performance at the Feb. 8 MusiCares Gala honoring Dolly Parton as the 2019 Person of the Year. This year, Price received her first Grammy nomination in the Best New Artist category. George Clinton and his band, Parliament-Funkadelic, were honored with a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award.

To kick off the weekend events, SESAC hosted a Grammy Toast, at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, honoring its songwriters and artists who contributed to this year’s most-celebrated musical works.

The SESAC family is proud of all the affiliate nominees for their individual contributions and outstanding achievements during the past year. Affiliates were represented in nominations for a dynamic range of genres including Pop, Country, Latin, Contemporary Christian, and R&B among others.

SESAC winners:

Best Traditional R&B Performance

PJ Morton

“How Deep Is Your Love” featuring Yebba

Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

Lauren Daigle, Jason Ingram, Paul Mabry

“You Say” recorded by Lauren Daigle

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album

Lauren Daigle

Look Up Child

Congratulations to all SESAC affiliates who contributed to GRAMMY-winning projects:

Best Dance Recording

Rami Dawod

For his contribution to

“Electricity” recorded by Silk City & Dua Lipa featuring Diplo & Mark Ronson

Best Urban Contemporary Album

Denisia “Blu June” Andrews, Gimel “Young Guru” Keaton

For their contributions to

Everything Is Love recorded by The Carters

Best R&B Album

Robert Glasper, David Harris, Laureen Zouai

For their contributions to

H.E.R. recorded by H.E.R.

Best Roots Gospel Album

Aaron Babcock, Peter Good

For their contributions to

Unexpected recorded by Jason Crabb

Best Reggae Album

Kameron Corvet

For his contribution to

44/876 recorded by Sting & Shaggy

For a full list of the Grammy winners, visit:

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