Which album won the most Grammys in a single night as of 2019?
Santana's 'Supernatural' holds the record for most honored album having won nine awards in a single night. 'Supernatural' won nine awards in 2000. This is an honor which is also shared with U2's 'How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb'. 'How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb' won three awards in 2005 and won a further six in 2006 giving it a total of nine awards.
Santana dominated 43rd Grammy Awards by winning: Album of the Year: 'Supernatural"; Single Record: 'Smooth'; Song Lyrics: 'Smooth', Itaal Shur and Rob Thomas, songwriters; Pop Duo or Group: Santana; Pop Collaboration: Santana, featuring Rob Thomas; Pop Instrumentalist: Santana; Rock Duo or Group: Santana, featuring Everlast; Rock Instrumental: 'The Calling', Santana, featuring Eric Clapton; and Rock Album: 'Supernatural', Santana. This is the album which renewed public interest on Santana's music.
Because of its overall appeal, 'Supernatural' was a critical and commercial success. It sold over 30 million copies worldwide, with 11.8 million copies being sold in the United States. It was accordingly named the best-selling album by a Hispanic artist, peaking at number one in many countries worldwide. It reached No. 1 in eleven countries.