Rapper Kendrick Lamar wins Pulitzer music prize for 'DAMN.'

Donald Trump denies claims of Russian interference

Donald Trump denies claims of Russian interference

Kendrick Lamar kicked off the 60th Annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden on Sunday in New York City.

Kendrick Lamar has been awarded the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Music. The album becomes the first piece of music that is not Classical or Jazz to take home the prestigious honor that started 101 years ago in the fields of literature, journalism, and music composition.

People showed vast excitement for Kendrick and offered their sincerest congratulations to the artist.

"DAMN" picked up best rap album at the award show.

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The 30-year-old's fourth studio album, which was released in April 2017, features 14 tracks, including "HUMBLE".

The Grammy-winner doubled down on politics on "LUST", recounting the feeling of watching the news in the hopes that Donald Trump had not won the election.

The Pulitzer prize is best known for recognising U.S. journalism, but it also gives awards for books, poetry and music.

The New York Times and New Yorker were jointly awarded the Pulitzer prize for public service on Monday for investigating accusations of sexual harassment and assault made against one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, Harvey Weinstein.

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