The Gospel Artists Who Won At The 2015 GRAMMYs: Lecrae, Erica Campbell and others win

 Lecrae at the GRAMMYsMultiple award winning rapper Lecrae shared the picture above with these words, ” Behind the scenes with my man @JForsett for @ESPNMag,” a few weeks back. Mali Music one of the other favorites to win was nominated in the category of Best Urban Contemporary Album for Mali is. That award went to Pharrel. Lecrae was nominated for Best Rap Performance for “All I Need Is You” from the Album Anomaly but did not win in that category. He however got an award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song at the Grammy Awards for the song Messengers.
Here is the list of christian music nominees with the winners indicated. 
Best Gospel Performance/Song 
No Greater Love – Smokie Norful (WINNER) 
Help – Erica Campbell Featuring Lecrae 
Sunday A.M. [Live] – Karen Clark Sheard
I Believe – Mali Music
Love On The Radio – The Walls Group
Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song
Messengers – Lecrae ft For King & Country (Winner) 
Write Your Story – Francesca Battistelli 
Come As You Are – Crowder
Shake – MercyMe
Multiplied – Needtobreathe
Best Gospel Album 
Help – Erica Campbell (Winner) 
Amazing [Live] – Ricky Dillard & New G
Withholding Nothing [Live] – William McDowell
Forever Yours – Smokie Norful
Vintage Worship – Anita Wilson
Best Contemporary Christian Music Album 
Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong – For King & Country (Winner) 
If We’re Honest – Francesca Battistelli
Hurricane – Natalie Grant
Welcome To The New – MercyMe
Royal Tailor -Royal Tailor
Best Roots Gospel Album
Shine For All The People – Mike Farris(Winner) 
Forever Changed – T. Graham Brown
Hymns – Gaither Vocal Band
A Cappella – The Martins
His Way Of Loving Me – Tim Menziesg
Congratulations to all the winners.
Source. The Grammys Website.

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