On the night of February 25th 1998, at the 40th Grammy Awards, Diddy—also known as—Puff Daddy—also known as—P. Diddy—also known as—Brother Love became the first rapper to win multiple Grammys in a night/same year. Diddy was nominated for seven awards that year and won two, he won the 1998 Grammy award for Best Rap Album with No Way Out and Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group with “I'll Be Missing You,” his The Notorious B.I.G. tribute featuring Faith Evans and 112.
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