AceShowbiz - Who says the ladies in the country music industry are inferior to the men? Kacey Musgraves proves them wrong with the numerous achievements that she got through her critically-acclaimed fourth studio album "Golden Hour", which hit the stores on March 30, 2018 via MCA Nashville.
In addition to winning the heart of many music critics, the album made to the lists of "Best Albums of 2018", with more than five music sites placing the record in the top position. Kacey even managed to beat out all male nominees at the 2018 CMA Awards to win Album of the Year for the 13-track record. "Golden Hour" was also named the Album of the Year by Apple Music that year.
As if the achievements weren't enough for her, the songstress won all four categories she was nominated for at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards earlier this month. Not only Kacey ruled over the country category, but the "Rainbow" singer also took home the biggest honor, Album of the Year, for "Golden Hour".
Noticeably shocked by the accolade, she was brought into tears during her acceptance speech for Album of the Year. "It was unbelievable to be even in a category with such gigantic albums, really brilliant works of arts," she said. "Winning this doesn't make my album better than anybody else's in that category, they're all so good... I really don't know what to say."
Following her win at the biggest music night in the industry, Kacey made her top 50 debut on Billboard's Social 50 chart, entering at No. 23. "Golden Hour" also made a return to the top 10 of Billboard 200. The record previously debuted and peaked at No. 4.
Now, the songstress is awaiting the result of the 2019 ACM Awards. She is nominated for Album of the Year, Song of the Year as well as Female Vocalist of The Year at the event, which will take place on April 8.