Lil Durk and J. Cole Win Best Melodic Rap Performance at 2024 Grammys

Lil Durk, February 2024 (Michael Buckner/Billboard via Getty Images)

Lil Durk and J. Cole have won the 2024 Grammy Award for Best Melodic Rap Performance for their song “All My Life.” The collaborative track from Durk’s album Almost Healed won over nominated songs from Doja Cat (“Attention”), Burna Boy and 21 Savage (“Sittin’ on top of the World”), Drake and 21 Savage (“Spin Bout U”), and SZA (“Low”).

Lil Durk did not take the stage at the Premiere Ceremony to collect his award, but he eventually made it to Arena to get his gilded gramophone. J. Cole was not at the Grammys, as he was performing on tour with Drake in Tampa, Florida.

This is Durk’s first Grammy win and Cole’s second. Durk won previously in 2020 for his song “A Lot” with 21 Savage. Durk and Cole have been nominated a career total of four and 19 times, respectively.

Cole released his most recent album, The Off-Season, in 2021, and dropped a video for the song “First Person Shooter” with Drake in November 2023.

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