Beck is going home with (at least) two Grammy awards this year; earlier on Sunday (Feb. 8), his latest album, 'Morning Phase,' picked up the award for Best Engineered Record, Non-Classical, and he can now add Best Rock Album to this year's list of honors.

“I’d like to thank all the musicians who worked on this record with me, this was a family affair. I played with these musicians for over 20 years and I love you guys," he said in his brief acceptance speech.

This marks his fifth Grammy award, the first coming for Best Alternative Music Performance for 'Odelay' in 1996. 'Morning Phase' is also up for Album of the Year.

For Best Rock Album, Beck was up against Ryan Adams’ self-titled LP, the Black Keys’ ‘Turn Blue,’ U2’s ‘Songs of Innocence’ and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ ‘Hypnotic Eye.'

Congrats to Beck and his crew at Capitol Records!

Watch Beck's Official Music Video for 'Heart Is a Drum'

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