February 07, 2024


Noah Kahan celebrates Victoria Monet’s win after being 'robbed' at Grammys

'Competitive' Noah Kahan shared what the singer is feeling on losing ‘out on an award’

By Javeria Shahid February 07, 2024
Noah Kahan was nominated in the 2024 Grammys for the first time ever
Noah Kahan was nominated in the 2024 Grammys for the first time ever

Noah Kahan gracefully dismissed comments claiming that he was robbed off of a Grammy award by posting a sweet message on Victoria Monet’s win.

On Tuesday, taking his "privilege of a lifetime" to social media, the Dial Drunk singer penned a lengthy heartwarming caption accompanied by a montage of several snapshots featuring himself throughout the busy week.

After reflecting on his jam-packed Grammy week and attendance at the big night, Kahan, 27, raved about Monet saying, "I am so proud of and excited for Victoria Monet deserved winning, and you could tell how much it meant to her."

His words that exuded positivity continued, "To Victoria and my other fellow nominees, you are MAGIC. Every single one of you was deserving, and you handled your lives and careers with such grace."

As the Hurt Somebody hitmaker did not score any win on his first ever Grammys, he expressed disappointment, "If you know me, you know I am very competitive and so of course it hurts to lose out on an award or to feel like I’ve failed in some way."

However, he also turned the sourness into inspiration, "The truth is though, that this was not a failure. It has been a celebration. It’s been a celebration of what we have achieved together, of all of the beautiful moments we’ve shared this year."

The False Confidence crooner went on to thank his team, record labels, fans, and beloved mother.

His comments section was flooded with only positive affirmations and love.

One user wrote with a red heart emoji, "If anyone actually read his full caption they would stop with the 'robbed' comments. victoria won her award, but that doesn’t take anything away from Noah’s talent or artistry."

Second fans commented, "We love youuu (you were robbed of that Grammy I needed to say it)."

"What a time. we are so proud of you [redheart emoji]," Spotify dropped a comment.