Jay-Z and John Legend were the early leaders at Sunday's Grammy Awards, each taking three trophies so far.
During the pre-show telecast, Jay-Z won rap duo/group ("On to the Next One" with Swizz Beatz), and rap song and rap/sung collaboration for "Empire State of Mind" with Alicia Keys.
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Legend won traditional R&B vocal ("Hang on in There" with The Roots), R&B song ("Shine") and R&B album for Shine.
Lady Gaga, Usher, Lady Antebellum, Jeff Beck and The Black Keys have each won two awards as well.
Train's live version of "Hey Soul Sister" won pop duo/group vocal on the live telecast.
"I want to thank Justin Bieber for not being a duo or a group," frontman Pat Monahan said.
Other winners include Miranda Lambert, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, Cee Lo Green and Danger Mouse.