You Won't Believe Who's Won The Most GRAMMYs Ever!

For some artists, 2017 may mark their first GRAMMY Award win, while others may find their trophy shelf start to sag. We're talking about an elite group of artists with multiple GRAMMY Awards to their name—and you won't believe which one has won the most! Stream the 2017 GRAMMY Awards on-demand.

There are plenty of gramophone trophies to be awarded at this year’s GRAMMYs, but do you know who's won the most?

There are plenty of gramophone trophies to be awarded at this year’s GRAMMYs, but do you know who's won the most?

At the 2017 GRAMMY Awards, a select group of artists will join the legends who have received a coveted statue.

For some, this will be their first win, while others may find their trophy shelf start to sag. We're talking about an elite group of artists with multiple GRAMMY Awards to their name—and you won’t believe which one has won the most!

Click through to find out the all-time leader.

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Jack White with 12 GRAMMY Awards

Jack White with 12 GRAMMY Awards

Former White Stripes frontman Jack White has won 12 total GRAMMY Awards, including Best Rock Performance for Lazaretto in 2014, Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical Award for Consolers Of The Lonely in 2008, and Best Country Album for Van Lear Rose in 2004. Most recently, Jack White won the Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package Award in 2016 for The Rise & Fall Of Paramount Records, Volume Two.

This year, the soulful singer is nominated for Album Of The Year for his work on Beyoncé's Lemonade, Best Rock Performance for "Don't Hurt Yourself," and Best American Roots Song for "City Lights," which is off his 2016 Acoustic Recordings LP.

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George Harrison with 12 GRAMMY Awards

George Harrison with 12 GRAMMY Awards

In the 44 years since winning his first GRAMMY Award for Album of the Year, Beatles guitarist George Harrison racked up a grand total of 12 GRAMMY Awards—including the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015 and the GRAMMY Hall of Fame Award for All Things Must Pass in 2014. 

The Dixie Chicks and Thomas Z. Shepard are the only other artists with 12 GRAMMY Award wins.

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Johnny Cash with 13 GRAMMY Awards

Johnny Cash with 13 GRAMMY Awards

"The Man In Black" won a total of 13 GRAMMY Awards, including two GRAMMY Hall of Fame Awards for classics like "I Walk The Line" and "Ring Of Fire," and span over four decades.

Other artists with 13 GRAMMY Awards include T. Bone Burnett, Ella Fitzgerald, Béla Fleck, Emmylou Harris, Michael Jackson, Richard King, Natalie Maines, Leontyne Price, Jay David Saks, Ricky Skaggs, and Robert Woods. 

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Eminem with 15 GRAMMY Awards

Eminem with 15 GRAMMY Awards

Marshall Bruce Mathers III (aka Eminem), won his first GRAMMY Award for Best Rap Solo Performance in 2000 with "My Name Is." The chart-topping "Rap God" has taken home 15 total GRAMMY Awards over more than two decades—most recently, at the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards.

He walked away with both the Best Rap Album Award for The Marshall Mathers LP 2 and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "The Monster," which also featured Rihanna. 

Itzhak Perlman, B.B. King, Alicia Keys, David Grohl, Steven Epstein, Michael Brecker, and Barry Bales also have 15 GRAMMY Awards on their mantels.  

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Sting with 16 GRAMMY Awards

Sting with 16 GRAMMY Awards

As a solo performer and with the Police, Sting racked up GRAMMY after GRAMMY for his multi-instrumental skills and singing talent. His most recent win was in 2004 for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "Whenever I Say Your Name" with Mary J. Blige.

Other artists with the sweet 16 include Leonard Bernstein, David Foster, James Mallinson, Robert Shaw, and Paul Simon.  

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Aretha Franklin with 18 GRAMMY Awards

Aretha Franklin with 18 GRAMMY Awards

Hits like "Respect," "Natural Woman," and "Think" have earned this sensational songstress her "Queen Of Soul" title.

With a career that started at the tender age of 18, Aretha Louise Franklin won the Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance eight consecutive times. 

Paul McCartney and Jimmy Sturr are the only other artists to have achieved 18 GRAMMY Award wins.

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Tony Bennett with 19 GRAMMY Awards

Tony Bennett with 19 GRAMMY Awards

Among his many GRAMMY Awards, Tony Bennett has received the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance Award on seven separate occasions and the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album Award on seven.

Having sold millions of records worldwide, it's no surprise that this Kennedy Center Honoree and NEA Jazz Master has racked up a grand total of 19 GRAMMYs.

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Jay Z with 21 GRAMMY Awards

Jay Z with 21 GRAMMY Awards

Jay Z, a.k.a. Shawn Corey Carter, is considered to be one of the most successful rap artists of all time. So, what does he have to show for it? A grand total of 21 GRAMMY Awards!

With a career spanning over three decades, Jay Z has earned GRAMMY Awards for Best Rap Song, Best Rap Performance, and Best Music Video. 

The only other artist with 21 golden gramophone trophies is his fellow Watch The Throne collaborator, Kanye West.

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Beyoncé Knowles with 22 GRAMMY Awards

Beyoncé Knowles with 22 GRAMMY Awards

This Texas-born beauty rose to fame with Destiny's Child in the late 1990s and has been unstoppable ever since.

Her solo debut album, Dangerously In Love, won five GRAMMY Awards in 2003, and Queen Bey hasn't slowed down since. In 2015 alone, Beyoncé left the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards with the Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance Awards for "Drunk In Love" with her husband, Jay Z, and the Best Surround Sound Album Award for Beyoncé.

John Williams Chick Corea, and U2 are the only other artists with 22 total GRAMMY Awards.

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U2 with 22 GRAMMY Awards

U2 with 22 GRAMMY Awards

Since this Irish rock band's inception in 1976, U2 has maintained a distinct sound. Their combination of epic vocals and a variety of melodic instruments have garnered the group a grand total of 22 GRAMMY Awards, which is more than any other band. 

John Williams and Chick Corea are the only other artists with 22 total GRAMMY Awards.

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Stevie Wonder with 25 GRAMMY Awards

Stevie Wonder with 25 GRAMMY Awards

Along with Russian pianist and composer Vladimir Samoylovich Horowitz, Stevie Wonder is one of only two people to win 25 GRAMMY Awards.

This soulful singer/songwriter/producer is the man behind hits like "Sir Duke," "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life," and "Superstition," and added the Lifetime Achievement Award to his GRAMMY collection in 1996. 

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Pierre Boulez with 26 GRAMMY Awards

Pierre Boulez with 26 GRAMMY Awards

This French composer, conductor, writer, and pianist played a key role in the development of integral serialism, controlled chance, and electronic music. 

Structures, the most visible of his serialized works, was a huge turning point in this musical genius' career. Installing a variety of parameters of his pieces' constructions rather than only pitch, Boulez helped send the musical world into discovery and use of different instrumental dynamics. 

Pierre Boulez, known as a "keystone of 20th century music," is the only artist to currently hold a total of 26 GRAMMY Awards.

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Quincy Jones with 27 GRAMMY Awards

Quincy Jones with 27 GRAMMY Awards

With a career spanning six decades, this record producer/conductor/arranger/composer has successfully crossed over and into nearly all aspects of the entertainment industry.

From arranging and conducting jazz to working with pop's biggest names and composing film scores, Jones possess an astounding 27 GRAMMY Awards, including the GRAMMY Legend Award, which he received in 1991. 

The only other artist with 27 GRAMMY Awards to her name is famed fiddler Alison Krauss.

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Sir Georg Solti with 31 GRAMMY Awards

Sir Georg Solti with 31 GRAMMY Awards

Some have come close, but, so far, no other artist has been able to touch Sir Georg Solti's GRAMMY wins.

This orchestral and operatic conductor appeared with opera companies across Europe and served as the music director of the famous Chicago Symphony Orchestra for more than 20 years. Solti's career includes more than 250 recordings, 45 complete opera sets, and, of course, 31 GRAMMY Awards.

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