Legend's giant trophy wall includes 10 GRAMMYs, plus an Oscar and a Golden Globe.
The Ohio native won his first few GRAMMYs in 2006, snagging the coveted Best New Artist title along with Best R&B Album for his Get Lifted debut, and Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for the piano ballad, "Ordinary People."
In 2016, Legend landed a 10th GRAMMY honor thanks to "Glory," his rousing collaboration with rapper Common. The track, which served as the theme song for the movie Selma, won a GRAMMY for Best Song Written for Visual Media.
Despite the growing number of trophies, it's safe to say that Legend's daughter is his greatest accomplishment. The 38-year-old doting dad was all smiles while posing for an adorable snapshot on Thursday with 9-month-old Luna perched on his shoulders.
Though Luna won't be on the red carpet for the GRAMMYs on Sunday, her dad will be on hand for this year's show. The "Love Me Now" singer is confirmed to perform the In Memoriam tribute alongside Tony-winning Broadway singer Cynthia Erivo.