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The 61st Grammy Awards: Who Won and What

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Woah! The 61st Grammy Awards are finally here and are over in fact. But never mind, here we have for you a thorough list of what the Grammy award looked like and who had their feet swept off. The Staples Centre of Los Angeles had seen another evolutionary programme taking place in it.

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This year’s Grammy was enlightening and had its grandeur uprising with Alicia Keys hosting it. 

Let us now come to the most thrilling instances and the first one will be the record of the year award. This compiles of the award which the artist, as well as the producer, deserve, the recording engineers, and the mixers and more.

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This is America by Childish Gambino took the award away. The next goes to the ‘Album of the Year’ category which is won by Golden Hour by WINNER for their extraordinary newness in the whole composition. This is America again backed the award for the best Song of the Year.


Our very famous Dua Lipa received the award for being the Best New Artist and what else could we wish for!

Did we hear Lady Gaga singing? Yes, we actually did for she just got awarded for being the Best Pop Solo Performance for the song ‘Joanne (Where do you think you’re goin?)’. ‘Electricity’ by Silk city and Dua Lipa backed the award for being the best dance awarding with the song ‘Masseduction’ achieving the same for rock genre and Electric Messiah by High on Fire for being the best metal performance. Coming to the R&B sphere, ‘Boo’d Up’ marked its victory by achieving the best R&B song award. Drake marked the victory with ‘God’s Plan’ becoming the best rap song of the year.

The country genre is seen to achieve the heights with ‘Butterflies’ by Kacey Musgraves becoming the best solo country performance and ‘Country Song’ as the best song. The Jazz genre is witnessed where ‘Don’t fence me in’ by John Daversa is awarded for being the best-improvised jazz performance.

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‘You Say’ by Lauren Daigle has achieved the best contemporary Christian music performance/song award. Claudia Brant, the singer possessing international acclaim is seen to win the best Latin pop album for her song ‘Sincera’. Gordon or Stig and Shaggy or Orville as you may call them, are doing the rounds for ‘44/876’ which has achieved the best reggae album award. The renowned South African Gospel group, Soweto Gospel Choir, made themselves the top notch ones by holding the best world music album award for ‘Freedom’. With ‘All the Sounds’ receiving the best children’s award category sang by Lucy Kalantari and the Jazz Cats. The very interesting spoken word album which compiles of poetry, audio books and also storytelling went to ‘Faith: A journey for all’ by Jimmy Carter.

Comedy was seen to reach high waves when Dave Chappelle won the best comedy album for ‘Equanimity & The Bird Revelation’. ‘The band’s visit’ which is based on the 2007 movie Itamar Moses and the lyricist and composer being David Yazbek, won the best musical theatre award. The best compilation soundtrack of the year went to ‘The Greatest Showman- Hugh Jackman’ which had a spotlight moment.

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