Kendrick Lamar, Bilal, Anna the Wise and Thundercat won for "These Walls"

By bcbakkila
Updated October 05, 2016 06:19 PM

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Kendrick Lamar has nabbed another Grammy.

It was announced before the live telecast that the rapper and fellow artists Bilal, Anna the Wise and Thundercat took home the Best Rap/Sung Collaboration hardware for their track “These Walls.”

They edged out their fellow nominees in the category, which included Big Sean, Kanye West and John Legend for “One Man Can Change The World”; Common and John Legend for “Glory”; Jidenna and Roman GianArthur for “Classic Man”; and Nicki Minaj, Drake, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown for “Only.”

Lamar, 28, led the pack with the most nominations, going into Monday night’s show with 11. The Rap/Sung Collaboration title was his third award of the night: He also earned the Best Music Video Grammy with pal Taylor Swift for their “Bad Blood” spectacle, as well as Best Rap Performance for “Alright.”

Last year, Eminem and Rihanna took home the prize for their song, “The Monster.”

The 58th Grammy Awards air live Monday at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.