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GRAMMY Rewind: Watch Alicia Keys Win Best Female R&B Vocal Performance For "No One" In 2008
It's hard to upstage Prince — especially when he's rocking shades indoors while wearing a red pinstripe suit with his collar unbuttoned — but Alicia Keys managed to steal the show at the 50th GRAMMY Awards in 2008.
The latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind highlights Keys accepting one of her two GRAMMY wins of the night for her 2007 chart-topping single "No One."
Watch below to see the 15-time GRAMMY winner dazzlingly take the stage to accept the GRAMMY Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance and thank everyone from loved ones to "every DJ, every radio guy [and] every promotions guy" for supporting the classic song.
"No One," which also earned Keys a GRAMMY for Best R&B Song that same night, went on to be named the sixth biggest Billboard Hot 100 hit of the 2000s.
Kerry "Krucial" Brothers and DJ Dirty Harry co-wrote the song. Keys and Brothers also earned GRAMMY recognition for their collaborations on Keys' 2001 album, Songs In A Minor, and her 2003 album, The Diary of Alicia Keys.
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