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Hill won Best New Artist and Album of the Year for her solo effort "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill."
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Adele won Best New Artist because of her amazing success with debut album "19."
Lauper's 1983 album was so popular it stayed on the Billboard charts for all of 1984, with “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” as one of her most popular songs.
Sheryl Crow's song "All I Wanna Do" off her album "Tuesday Night Music Club" won record of the year, and distinguished her as an amazing new talent.
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Evanescence's debut album "Fallen" earned them the Best New Artist spot.
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With "She Will Be Loved" nominated for Best Pop Performance and the success of "Songs about Jane," Maroon 5 earned the "Best New Artist" title.
He Never Won "Best New Artist"
Guess he was always a pro. Usher has won eight Grammys over the course of his career, winning Best Contemporary R&B Album in 2004 and 2010.
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Alicia swept the Grammys with her debut album "Songs in A Minor," with her song "Fallin'" winning Song of the Year.
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Amy Winehouse beat out Taylor Swift for Best New Artist with her album "Back to Black."
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Hootie and the Blowfish
Hootie and the Blowfish won Best New Artist as well as Best Pop Performance, but they are best known for catchy songs we can't understand the lyrics to.
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