Steve Jobs has won a Grammy.
Which makes sense, since he revolutionized the music industry by managing to shrink everyone's record collection into something that will fit in their pocket, among other achievements.
The Recording Academy announced Wednesday the late CEO and cofounder of Apple is being posthumously honored with one of the organization's Special Merit Awards.
Jobs, who died Oct. 5 at the age of 56 of pancreatic cancer, his specific Grammy falls under the Trustees Award category.
Grammy officials also announced recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award category, including Allman Brothers Band, Glen Campbell, Antonio Carlos Jobim, George Jones, the Memphis Horns, Diana Ross and Gil Scott-Heron.
A ceremony will be held on Feb. 11 for all the special honorees, one day before the main Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, which will air on CBS.
The Grammy's Trustee Award recognizes nonperformance contributions of major significance to the field of recorded music.