– Best New Artist: Olivia Rodrigo
– Best Song of the Year (Lyricist Award): “Live the Door Open,” Silk Sonic (Brandon Anderson, Christopher Brady Brown, Darnst Emil II and Bruno Mars)
– Best Country Album: “Starting Over,” by Chris Stapleton.
– Best Pop Single Performance: “Driver’s License,” Olivia Rodrigo
– Best Rock Album: “Medicine at Midnight,” Fu Fighters
– Best Rock Song: “Waiting on a War,” Fu Fighters
– Best Rock Performance: “Making a Fire,” Fu Fighters
– The best rap song: “Jail,” featuring Kanye West featuring J-Z
– Best Rap Album: “Call Me If You Get Lost,” Tyler, The Creator
– Best Alternative Music Album: “Daddy’s Home,” St. Vincent
– Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: “Love for Sale,” by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga
– Best Music Video: “Freedom,” John Batist
– Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Jack Antonoff
– Best R&B Song: “Leave the Door Open,” Silk Sonic
– Best R&B Performance: (Tie) “Live the Door Open,” Silk Sonic and “Pick Up Your Feelings,” by Jazmin Sullivan
– Best Music Film: “Summer of Soul”
– Best Country Song: “Cold,” Chris Stapleton
– Best Country Single Performance: “You Should Probably Go,” Chris Stapleton
– Best Country Do / Group Performance: “Younger Me,” Brothers Osborne
– Best Comedy Album: “Sincere Louis CK,” Louis CK
– Best Roots Gospel Album: “My Savior,” Carrie Underwood
– Best Gospel Album: “Believe for It,” CeCe Winans
– Best American Roots Performance: “Cry,” John Batist
– Best American Roots Song: “Cry,” John Batist
– Best Urban Music Album: “El Ultimo Tour del Mundo,” Bad Bunny
– Best Latin rock or alternative album: “Origin,” Juanes
– Best Improvised Jazz Solo: “Humpty Dumpty (Set 2), Chick Korea
– Best Latin Jazz Album: “Mirror Mirror,” Alien Elias with Chick Correa and Chucho Valdes
– Best Musical Theater Album: “The Unofficial Bridgeton Musical”
– Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media: “USA vs. Billy Holiday”
– Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media: (Tie) “Soul,” John Batist, Trent Rezner and Atticus Ross, and “The Queen’s Gambit,” Carlos Rafael Rivera
– Best Dance / Electronic Album: “Subconsciously,” Black Coffee
– Best Global Music: “Love,” by Aruz Aftab
– Best Global Music Album: “Mother Nature,” Angelique Kidzo
– Best Traditional Blues Album: “IB Trying,” Cedric Burnside
– Best Contemporary Blues Album: “662,” Christon “Kingfish” Ingram
– Best Folk Album: “They’re Calling Me Home,” Ryan Giddens with Francesco Turisi
– Best Historical Album: “Johnny Mitchell Archives, Vol. 1: Early Years (1963-1967)”
Olivia Rodrigo has won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist, joining the likes of Carly Simon, Crosby, Steels & Nash, Tom Jones, The Beatles and Billy Hilsa.
An experienced veteran of the “High School Musical” series, Rodrigo became the breakout music star of 2021, leading the way with his huge viral hit “Driver’s License” and the painful album “Talk” and single “Good 4 You”.
So far on Sunday, “Driver’s License” has won him the trophy for Best Pop Solo Performance, and this is for the record of the year, while “Sawer” is for Best Album of the Year. Rodrigo was nominated for the top four awards of the night – Best New Artist, Album, Record and Song of the Year – but lost the trophy for Best Song to Silk Sonic.
“It fulfilled my biggest dream,” he said. At the beginning of the show, she performed her heartbreaking song “Driver’s License” in a white raffle dress and black boots.
Silk Sonic – Bruno Mars and Anderson’s All-Star Union .pack – opened the Grammys in Las Vegas with their high-powered, infectious retro soul and funk serving their “777”. They returned to the stage shortly after to collect the trophy for the best song of the year for “Live the Door Open.”
This victory helped Mars to set the record for most song wins of the year He had previously won “24K Magic”.
Both Mars and .Pak jumped out of their seats, threw their hands and danced to their songs.
“I can’t be more proud of being able to do this with anyone but you,” Mars told Pak. “We’ll sing this song together for the rest of our lives.”
Host Trevor Noah introduced the duo in their opening performances, saying that they were alone in bringing back the 1970s, “which could explain inflation.”
By the time the show started on CBS, John Battist had already picked up four Grammy Awards, including his first. During the pre-telecast of the show, Batiste teamed up with Carlos Rafael Rivera for Best American Roots Performance, Best American Roots Song, Best Music Video, and Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media. Her “Freedom” song in the music video category lost to several other tough competitors, including Rodrigo, Lil Nass X and Hilsa.
Batiste said, “I am grateful for the gift that God has given me and for the ability to share it for the love of mankind.” “We just wanted everyone to see it. Any frustration, any bond or any darkness that was on your life is completely removed only by the love and joy of the video. “
This is the first tie since 2019 when Kendrick tied with Lamar, Jay Rock, Future and James Blake Anderson. Paak won the best rap performance.
Batiste entered Grammy as the leading nominee with 11 nominations. The defeat prevented the multi-talented performer from making the most wins in one night.
It was a family affair from cousins Baby Kim and Kendrick Lamar, who won the best rap performance for their song “Family Ties”. Lamar won her 14th Grammy and the first for Kim, who said after leaving the stage to claim her trophy that “nothing could prepare me for the moment.”
Chris Stapleton won his third Grammy for Best Country Single Performance for “You Should Probably Live”. He broke the record for most wins.
Dressed in full black, the group took to the stage with a flirty moment between BTS V and Rodrigo before serving their hit single “Butter”. It appeared after one of the members tested positive for COVID-19. The seven members – Jean, Jimin, V, RM, J. Hope, Suga and Jankuk – danced with smooth choreography before going to a short rap part of the song, acting as secret agents with neon-blue lasers.
Foo Fighters won three awards on Sunday, but its drummer Taylor Hawkins was not present to pick up their trophy after his recent death. The rock band “Medicine at Midnight” has broken the record of winning five best rock albums, including five. The group’s song “Making a Fire” won Best Rock Performance and “Waiting on a War” won the other nominees for Best Rock Song.
During Hilsa’s performance, he paid tribute to the late Fu Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins wearing a black T-shirt with his portrait. He set foot on the opposite side of the house with his brother Phineas before setting foot in the rain to perform his “Happy Than Ever” title track.
TJ Osborne, who came out as a homosexual last year, cried when he and his brother received a Grammy for Brothers Osborne’s song “Younger Me.” He mentioned that the song was inspired by his coming out.
“I never thought I would be able to make music professionally because of my sexuality. And I certainly never thought I’d be here on the Grammy stage after doing something that I thought life was going to change and would probably do in a very negative way, “Osborne said.
“And I’m here tonight, not only to receive this Grammy Award with my brother, whom I love so much, but I’m here with a man whom I love and he loves me again ৷ জানি I don’t know what I’m so lucky to have done.”
Ahmir’s “Questlav” won his sixth Grammy for Best Music Film for Thompson’s “Summer of Soul” (… or, when Revolution failed to air on television. “) His documentary also won an Oscar for Best Documentary last weekend.
Chick Correa and Vicente Fernandez have each won a posthumous Grammy. Johnny Mitchell wins Best Historical Album for “Johnny Mitchell Archives – Volume”. 1: Early years (1963-1967). “
“Thanks to the academy for this nomination and this win, I didn’t expect it,” he said.
Hilsa could be the first artist to win the record three times in a row, and the only artist to take home the award three times with Paul Simon. He is in a position to join Adele as the only artist who has ever won three major categories – record, song and album of the year – twice. He had previously won for “The Bad Guy” and “Everything I Wanted.”
The show moved from Los Angeles to Las Vegas because of the COVID-19 case and the Omicron variant in January, with organizers citing “too many risks” to host a performance-filled show at the time.
Artists competing with Hilsa for Best Album of the Year include Rodrigo, Batist, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Doza Cat, HER, Taylor Swift, Lil Nass X and Kanye West.
Bennett has extended his record as an artist with the most traditional pop vocal album with 14 wins with a duet album “Love for Sale” with Lady Gaga.
AP Entertainment writer Mark Kennedy contributed to this story.
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