Adele, whose voice is a powerful force in her own right, emerged as the night’s top winner, taking home five GRAMMYs: Best Pop Vocal Album and Album Of The Year for 25 and Record Of The Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance for “Hello”. The now 15-time winner also made GRAMMY history by becoming the first…
Sam Smith won four awards including Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Song of the Year for Stay With Me and Best Pop Vocal Album for In the Lonely Hour. Beck’s album Morning Phase was named album of the year.
Bruno Mars prevailed against stiff competition in Album of the Year and took home the final GRAMMY of the night for 24K Magic. The award capped a GRAMMY win for the Hawaii native, with Mars winning all six categories for which he was nominated.
Lauryn Hill won 1999 Album of the Year for her debut solo album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. She was the first hip-hop artist to receive this prestigious award.
The 64th Annual Grammy Awards are upon us! Take a look at the artists who have taken home the most Grammys in history, starting with George Solti, an orchestra conductor who has won a record 31 Grammys in his career. He was nominated for a total of 74 awards.
Bruno Mars won Album of the Year at the 60th GRAMMY Awards for 24K Magic.
The biggest name at the 60th edition of Music’s Biggest Night? Bruno Mars. He won Record of the Year for “24K Magic” at the 60th GRAMMY Awards before quickly earning other GRAMMYs for Song Of The Year (“That’s What I Like”) and Album of the Year (24K Magic).
Bruno Mars & Co. accepts Song of the Year at the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
His only wins are Take Care for Best Rap Album (2012), Hotline Bling for Best Rap/Sung Performance and Best Rap Song (2016), and God’s Plan for Best Rap Album best rap song (2018). Certified Lover Boy was passed over for Album of the Year this year. Only one rap album, West’s DONDA, was nominated in this category.
Kendrick Lamar won Best Rap Album for DAMN. at the 60th GRAMMY Awards. This is the rapper’s second career win in the rap album category. The other nominees were Jay-Zs 4:44, Migos’ Culture, Rapsody’s Laila’s Wisdom and Tyler, The Creator’s Flower Boy.
Feb. 22, 1989: D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince’s “Parents Just Don’t Understand” Becomes the First Hip-Hop Recording to Win a Grammy (Best Rap Performance).
Beyoncé. The 28-time GRAMMY winner is the most-awarded artist in GRAMMY history; She ties with Adele at six for most GRAMMY wins in a night by a woman. Winnings aside, Queen Bey has garnered 79 GRAMMY nominations, more than any other artist.
What: At the first-ever Grammy Awards, legendary singer Ella Fitzgerald and band leader Count Basie become the first African Americans to win a Grammy Award.
1. Quincy Jones: 28. Beyoncé tied down one of the most well-known and respected figures in the music industry with her win in 2021. Jones, 89, was not only part of Michael Jackson’s historic “Thriller” rush as producer of this classic LP in 1984, he also won 1991’s Album of the Year for his own “Back on the Block”.