Jack Antonoff secured his third consecutive Grammy for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical at the 66th Grammy Awards, surpassing fellow nominees Dernst “D’Mile” Emile II, Hit-Boy, Metro Boomin, and Daniel Nigro.
During his acceptance speech, Antonoff expressed gratitude to Taylor Swift and Lana Del Rey, both of whom he collaborated with on acclaimed records. He credited Swift for opening doors in his career by involving him in her album “1984,” emphasizing, “You need a door kicked open for you, Taylor Swift kicked that f—in’ door open for me.”
Acknowledging Del Rey’s exceptional talent, Antonoff conveyed his love and admiration, highlighting the extraordinary creative journey they embarked on together in the studio.
With this victory, Antonoff joins the ranks of music legend Babyface, marking only the second artist to clinch the Producer of the Year title three times consecutively. This achievement adds to Antonoff’s impressive Grammy tally, bringing his total Grammy wins to nine, previously earned through collaborations with Swift, St. Vincent, and his band fun.