Miranda Lambert is becoming quite the force to be reckoned with when it comes to the ACM Awards’ Song of the Year honor.
Sunday night (April 19), Lambert scored the win for Song of the Year with her song “Automatic,” the titular track from her 2014 album that’s also nominated for Album of the Year.
“Thank you so much, Texas. I love you,” Lambert said from stage. “I love my job so much. I will never not love this job. And thank you so much to all these amazing fans that make it possible to do what we love.”
Lambert has taken home the trophy in this category every year since 2010, making this her sixth consecutive win in the category. No other female in the history of the ACM Awards has won that many consecutive trophies for Female Vocalist of the Year.
The singer is certainly worthy of the win. Her 2014 Platinum album debuted at No. 1 on both the all-genre Billboard 200 chart as well as the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, making her the first country artist in the history of Billboard to have all five albums debut in the top slot.
“Automatic,” the first single from Platinum, landed at No. 1, as did the second single, “Somethin’ Bad,” with Carrie Underwood, which also won a 2015 Grammy Award for Best Country Album and was certified platinum, for sales of one million units.
The singer performed “Little Red Wagon,” her latest single from Platinum, earlier in the ACM Awards broadcast.
Lambert walked into tonight’s ceremony as the most-nominated country artist, with eight nods. So far tonight, she has won three trophies. She is also nominated for the night’s highest honor, Entertainer of the Year.