Grammys 2022 Winners: See the full list here

The 2022 Grammy Awards are being held today (April 3) at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas. The premiere is being streamed online before the show airs live on CBS and Paramount +, starting at 8 p.m. John Batiste has received a total of 11 nominations this year, followed by Doza Kat, Justin Bieber, HER, Billy Hilsa and Olivia Rodrigo. Trevor Noah is presenting the show. Find the full updated list of winners below.

After announcing this year’s nominations early, Drake withdrew from considering the two categories he was nominated for: Best Rap Album (for Certified Lover Boy) And best rap performance (for “Way 2 Sexy”). It was followed by a boycott by Weekend, who still received three nominations for appearances from other artists. Kacey Musgraves’ Star-crossed Declared ineligible for Best Country Album, to the credit of Olivia Rodrigo Talk Authors Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff and Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent) did not qualify for the Album of the Year nomination.

Among the 2022 nominees are Marilyn Manson (for her work with Kanye West) and Louis C. “We will not look back at human history,” said Harvey Mason Jr., president and CEO of the Recording Academy, in November. Manson faces multiple sexual assault cases, and Evan Rachel Wood makes detailed allegations about Manson in the documentary. Phoenix Rising.

Tonight’s performers include Billy Ilish, Olivia Rodrigo, BTS, Lil Nass X, HER, Nass, John Batist and many more. Kanye West was invited to perform, but the offer was apparently withdrawn.

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Best Big Jazz Ensemble Album

Count Bessie Orchestra, directed by Scotty Barnhart – live in Birdland!
Jazmia Horn and her Nobel Force – Dear Love
Winner: Christian McBride Big Band – for Jimmy, Weiss and Oliver
San Ra Orchestra – Rotating
Yellow Jacket + WDR Big Band – Jacket XL

Best Jazz Instrumental Album

John Battist – Jazz Selection: Music from Soul and Inspired
Terrence Blanchard e Collective and Turtle Island Quartet – Featuring Absence
Winners: Ron Carter, Jack de Jonet and Gonzalo Rubalkaba – Skyline
Chick Korea, John Patitucci and Dave Weckel – Acoustic Band Live
Pat Metheny – Side-I NYC (V1.IV)

Best Latin Jazz Album

Winners: Alien Elias with Chick Korea and Chucho Valdes – Mirror Mirror
Carlos Henriquez – The Story of the South Bronx
Arturo O’Farrell and Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra – Virtual Birdland
Daphne Prieto Sextet – Transparency
Miguel Xenon and Luis Pardomo – The Art of Bolero

Best Improvised Jazz Solo

Christian Scott Atunde – Sakodugu
Kenny Baron – Kick that leg
John Batist – Bigger than us
Terrence Blanchard – Absence
Winner: Chik Korea – Humpty Dumpty (Set 2)

Best New Age album

Will Ackerman, Jeff Oster and Tom Eaton – Brothers
Winners: Stuart Copeland and Ricky Cage – Divine Tides
Wouter Kellerman and David Arkenstone – Pangea
Opium moon – night + day
Laura Sullivan – Pieces of Eternity

The best arrangements, instruments and voices

Olafur Arnolds – The Bottom Line
Tehilla Alfonso – A change is coming
Jacob Collier – Christmas Gun (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)
Cody Fry – Eleanor Rigby
Winner: Vince Mendoza – To the Age of Longing (Edit)

Best format, musical or a capella

Bill O’Connell – Chopsticks
Robin Smith – For the love of a princess
Emil Moseri – Infinite Love
Winners: Charlie Rosen and Jake Silverman – Meta Nights Revenge
Gabriella Quintero and Rodrigo Sanchez – struggle inside

The best instrumental composition

Brandy Younger – Beautiful Is Black
Tom Naziola – Cats and Rats
Vince Mendoza – Concert for Orchestra: Final
Arturo O’Farrell – Dreaming of lions
Winner: Lyle Mess – Alberhard

Best Global Music Album

Rocky Downy – Voice of Bunban Volume. 1.
Daniel Howe & Friends – Presented by East West Players: Daniel Howe & Friends Live in Concert
Winner: Angelique Kidzo – Mother Nature
Femi Kuti, Made Kuti – Inheritance +
Wizkid – Made in Lagos: Deluxe Edition

Best Global Music Performance

Winner: Arooj Aftab – Love
Angelique Kidzo and Barna Boy – do it yourself
Femi Kuti – Pa Pa Pa
Yo-Yo Ma and Angelique Kidzo – Bleu
Wizkid Featuring Thames – Essence

Best Immersive Audio Album (63rd Grammy)

Voice – Bolstad: Tomba Sonora
Book Shade – Favorite Future Self (Dolby Atoms Mix)
Tove Ramlo-Ystad & Cantus – Fryd
Alain Mallet – Mutt Slang II: A Wake of Sorrows Engulfed in Rage
Winner: Jim R. Keane and the United States Army Field Band – American Army Soundtrack

The best songs written for visual media

Featuring Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez Katherine Hann, Eric Bradley, Greg Whipple, Jasper Randall and Gerald White – Agatha Alang
Winner: Bow Burnham – All eyes are on me
P! Nk – I know so far
His – fight for you
Jennifer Hudson – Here I am
Leslie Odom, Jr. – Speak now

The best score soundtrack for visual media

Chris Boyers – Bridgeton
Hans Zimmer-Dunn
Ludwig Goranson – The Mandalarian: Season 2 – Vol. 2 (Chapter 13-16)
Winner: Carlos Rafael Rivera – The Queen’s Gambit
Winners: John Batist, Trent Rezner and Atticus Ross – Soul

Best compilation soundtrack for visual media

Various artists – Cruella
Various artists – Dear Evan Hansen
Different artists – in height
Different artists – one night in Miami.
Jennifer Hudson – Respect
Different artists – Schmigdun! Episode 1
Winner: Andrea Day – USA vs. Billy Holiday

Best Musical Theater Album

Original album cast – Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Cinderella
World Premier Cast – Some Lovers of Bert Bacharch and Steven Satter
Original Broadway Cast – Northern Country Girl
2020 Les Mis̩rables Stage Concert Company РLes Mis̩rables: The Stage Concert (The Sensational 2020 Live Recording)
World Premier Cast – Snapshot of Stephen Schwartz
Winners: Barlow & Bear – The unofficial Bridgeton Musical

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