Kacey Musgraves is among the early winners in the 2019 Grammy Awards. She took home Best Country Solo Performance for "Butterflies" during the pre-Grammy ceremony on Sunday afternoon (Feb. 10).

The 30-year old singer beat out an impressive slate of nominees that included "Wouldn't It Be Great?" by Loretta Lynn, Maren Morris' "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters," "Millionaire" from Chris Stapleton and Keith Urban singing "Parallel Line."

Musgraves was not on hand to accept the award, which was handed out during the non-televised portion of the 61st Grammy Awards. The song appears on her acclaimed Golden Hour album, which is nominated for the all-genre Album of the Year category. Just minutes after she won Best Country Solo Performance, Musgraves was also announced as the winner for Best Country Song.

Musgraves is no stranger to the Grammy Awards. She's previously won Best Country Song for "Merry Go 'Round" and Best Country Album for Same Trailer, Different Park.

The singer is also slated to take the stage on Sunday evening to perform as part of an all-star tribute to Dolly Parton that will feature Little Big Town and Maren Morris.

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