2019 Grammys: Complete Winners, Best Performances and More

The four-hour 61st annual Grammys that took place Sunday saw major displays of incredible talent in 18 star-studded performances and—of course—handed out a ton of major awards.

Kacey Musgraves won four Grammys, with her album Golden Hour winning the coveted Album Of The Year as well as Best Country Album, and songs “Space Cowboy” being named Best Country Song and “Butterflies” winning Best Country Solo Performance.

Childish Gambino’s This Is America won Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Best Rap/Sung Performance, and Best Music Video. These were major accomplishments for an artist who didn’t show up to accept the awards.

Speaking of absences, a few of the biggest names in the music industry didn’t attend the event — Beyonce, Taylor Swift, and Ariana Grande to name a few — but there were still some truly memorable moments from the evening.

Below, check out five of the top moments from the 2019 Grammys.

Camila Cabello opened the show with Young Thug, Ricky Martin, J Balvin, and Arturo Sandoval: Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus covered Neil Young’s “After the Goldrush”Host and 15-time Grammy winner Alicia Keys played two pianos:St. Vincent and Dua Lipa performed an intensely sexy “Masseduction”:Post Malone and Red Hot Chili Peppers performed “Stay,” “Dark Necessities,” and “Rockstar”:

Below, all of the winners from the 2019 Grammys:

Album of the year
“Golden Hour,” Kacey Musgraves

Record of the year
“This Is America,” Childish Gambino

Song of the year
“This Is America,” Childish Gambino

Best new artist
Dua Lipa

Best rap album
“Invasion of Privacy,” Cardi B

Best rap performance
“King’s Dead,” Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Future and James Blake
“Bubblin,” Anderson .Paak

Best rap song
“God’s Plan,” Drake

Best rap/sung performance
“This Is America,” Childish Gambino

Best R&B album
“H.E.R.,” H.E.R.

Best R&B song
“Boo’d Up,” Ella Mai

Best R&B performance
“Best Part,” H.E.R. featuring Daniel Caesar

Best urban contemporary album
“Everything Is Love,” the Carters

Best pop vocal album
“Sweetener,” Ariana Grande

Best pop solo performance
“Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?),” Lady Gaga

Best pop duo/group performance
“Shallow,” Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

Best traditional pop vocal album
“My Way,” Willie Nelson

Best rock album
“From the Fires,” Greta Van Fleet

Best rock song
“Masseduction,” St. Vincent

Best rock performance
“When Bad Does Good,” Chris Cornell

Best alternative music album
“Colors,” Beck

Best country album
“Golden Hour,” Kacey Musgraves

Best country song
“Space Cowboy,” Kacey Musgraves

Best country solo performance
“Butterflies,” Kacey Musgraves

Best country duo/group performance
“Tequila,” Dan + Shay

Best dance/electronic album
“Woman Worldwide,” Justice

Best dance recording
“Electricity,” Silk City and Dua Lipa featuring Diplo and Mark Ronson

Best comedy album
“Equanimity & the Bird Revelation,” Dave Chappelle

Best music video
“This Is America,” Childish Gambino

Best contemporary instrumental album
“Steve Gadd Band,” Steve Gadd Band

Best metal performance
“Electric Messiah,” High on Fire

Best traditional R&B performance
“Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand,” Leon Bridges
“How Deep Is Your Love,” PJ Morton featuring Yebba

Best new age album
“Opium Moon,” Opium Moon

Best jazz vocal album
“The Window,” Cécile McLorin Salvant

Best improvised jazz solo
“Don’t Fence Me In,” John Daversa

Best jazz instrumental album
“Emanon,” the Wayne Shorter Quartet

Best large jazz ensemble album
“American Dreamers: Voices of Hope, Music of Freedom,” John Daversa Big Band featuring DACA artists

Best Latin jazz album
“Back to the Sunset,” Dafnis Prieto Big Band

Best gospel performance/song
“Never Alone,” Tori Kelly featuring Kirk Franklin

Best contemporary Christian music performance/song
“You Say,” Lauren Daigle

Best gospel …read more

Source:: MAXIM – News


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