Kevin Hart Nominated for Best Comedy Album at the 60th Annual GRAMMYs

By Tristin Marshall

Comedian Kevin Hart is nominated for Best Comedy Album for the 60th GRAMMY awards.

‘Kevin Hart: What Now? The Comedy Album’ is the audio version of his national stand-up tour of the same name. Hart sold out the 53,000 seat Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia along the tour and became the highest-paid comedian in 2016, grossing $87.5 million that year.

Kevin Hart, also known as “Chocolate Droppa” on the Motown roster, released the single “Push It On Me” featuring Trey Songz and “Baller Alert” featuring Migos and T.I., along with the mixtape ‘Kevin Hart: What Now? (The Mixtape Presents Chocolate Droppa’ in 2016. The comedian had much to celebrate in 2017, including the birth of his son Kenzo with wife Eniko.

The 60th GRAMMY awards will air Sunday, January 28 on CBS.

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