The Chemical Brothers have just won two awards at this year's GRAMMYs.

The prolific duo won the award for Best Dance Album with their ninth studio LP, 'No Geography' as well as the accolade for Best Dance Recording with 'Got To Keep On'.

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The Chems were nominated alongside a wealth of dance music royalty, with Bonobo, Flume, SOPHIE and Skrillex but ultimately, it was the British pair that were the ones to beat.

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This isn't the first time that Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons have won GRAMMY's either, with 'Block Rockin Beats' earning them Best Rock Instrumental Performance in 1997, 'Galvanize' taking Best Dance Recording in 2006 and both 'Push The Button' and 'We Are The Night' taking Best Dance Album respectively in '06 and '08.

The main GRAMMY's award show takes place later this evening with the likes of Billie Eilish, Lizzo and Run DMC set to perform.

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