In a historic moment at the 2024 Grammys, singer Kylie Minogue has clinched the golden gramophone in the newly introduced category, Best Pop Dance Recording, for her captivating track "Padam Padam."
Minogue emerged victorious in a competitive field, triumphing over notable contenders such as David Guetta, Anne-Marie, and Coi Leray ("Baby Don’t Hurt Me"); Calvin Harris featuring Ellie Goulding ("Miracle"); Bebe Rexha and David Guetta ("One in a Million"); and Troye Sivan ("Rush"), as reported by grammy.com.
This achievement marks Minogue's second Grammy win, a remarkable feat in her illustrious career that includes six nominations. Previously honored with the Best Dance Recording award for "Come Into My World," Minogue has now secured her place as the first-ever winner in the Best Pop/Dance Performance category.
Accompanied by producer Peter "Lostboy" Rycroft and mixing engineer Guy Massey, Minogue stood at the forefront of the groundbreaking win. Lostboy graciously accepted the award on behalf of the trio during the ceremony.
"Padam Padam" made its mark on the charts, reaching No. 7 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic chart, while achieving even greater success as a No. 1 hit in the UK. The song's resonance extended beyond its chart performance, finding a special place within the LGBTQ+ community on both sides of the Atlantic.
This Grammy win not only adds another accolade to Kylie Minogue's impressive career but also solidifies her influence in the ever-evolving landscape of pop dance music.
(With Agency Inputs)