Who Won Best Progressive R&B Album?

Lucky Daye’s Table for Two won the Progressive R&B Album at the Grammys.

Daye has received his first Grammy honor. For his album Table for Two, the New Orleans singer won the Grammy for Best Progressive R&B Album in 2022.

Dinner Party, a collaboration between Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, 9th Wonder, and Kamasi Washington, as well as Hiatus Kaiyote, Masego, Eric Bellinger, and Cory Henry, were among the other candidates in the category.

Daye was nominated for Best Traditional R&B Performance at this year’s Grammys for his song “How Much Can a Heart Take” with Yebba, in addition to Best Progressive R&B Album.

The Grammy Award for Best Progressive R&B Album is given to music artists for outstanding work on albums in the urban contemporary subgenre of R&B.

The Music Academy of the United States presents awards in numerous categories at the event each year to “celebrate artistic achievement, technical skill, and overall excellence in the recording business, without regard to album sales or chart position.”

Best Urban Contemporary Album was one of the three newly introduced categories at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards. The Recording Academy announced a rebranding and redefinition of the category in June 2020.

“To accurately identify and explain this subgenre, this modification provides a more accurate description to reflect the worth of features of musical compositions or performances itself within the category of R&B,” it was renamed Best Progressive R&B Album, with immediate effect.