The "Savage" artists took home the award for best rap song and best rap performance on Sunday evening, marking the first time an all-female collab won in the latter category. Meg also became the first female rapper to win best new artist since Ms. Lauryn Hill's legendary night in 1999. Queen Bey also made herstory after bringing her total of Grammy Awards to 28, pulling ahead of Alison Krauss (27 Grammys) to break the record for most Grammys won by a woman (and vocalist of any gender). She now ties Quincy Jones as the living person with the most Grammys.
Lil' Kim praised the H-Town artists' personal victories, which she notes were wins for female artists everywhere, on Instagram. "@theestallion, I have watched how hard you worked since you stepped on the scene consistent with your work and your love. You are an amazing talent," Kim began her personal heartwarming note for Meg. "Always keep your head to the sky and know you have made your Mommy proud! You deserve it all! May God continue to bless you."