Here's What You Missed from “Music’s Biggest Night”

A night of surprises and snubs!


The 65th Grammy Awards saw the industry's biggest names gather in Los Angeles last night to celebrate achievements in music this year. Hosted by comedian Trevor Noah, the star-studded night saw live performances from Harry Styles, Lizzo, Sam Smith, Mary J. Blige, and Bad Bunny. A mostly-drama free affair, the Grammy's went off pretty seamlessly, but not without some surprises. 

British pop star Harry Styles took home the night's most coveted award for Album of the Year with his third solo studio project Harry's House. "On nights like tonight, it's obviously so important for us to remember that there is no such thing as best in music," the singer said during his speech. His accolade received mixed public reception, with fans of other artists nominated left unamused. 

It was a record-breaking night for Beyonce, who became the ceremony's most-awarded artist with 32 Grammys total. "Queen Bey" won Best Dance/Electronic Album for her seventh studio album, along with Best R&B Song for "Cuff It" and Best Traditional R&B Performance for "Plastic on My Sofa". The star arrived at the ceremony a little late, because it seems even celebrities get stuck in Los Angeles traffic. 

"I'm trying not to be too emotional, and I'm trying to just receive this night," said Beyonce in her speech. The 41-year-old singer also thanked the LBTQA+ community in her acceptance speech, acknowledging origins of the electronic sound heavily featured on the winning album. 

Here's your list of winners.

Album of the Year
Harry Styles- Harry's House

Best New Artist
Samara Joy

Record of the Year
Lizzo- "About Damn Time"

Song of the Year
Bonnie Raitt- "Just Like That"

Best Pop Solo Performance 
Adele- "Easy On Me"

Best Dance/Electronic Album
Beyonce- Renaissance 

Best Rap Album
Kendrick Lamar- Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers 

Best Musica Urbana Album
Bad Bunny- Un Verano Sin Ti

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
Sam Smith and Kim Petras- "Unholy"

Best Country Album
Willie Nelson- A Beautiful Time

Best Music Video
Taylor Swift- "All Too Well: The Short Film"

Best R&B Song
Beyonce- "Cuff it"

Best Pop Vocal Album
Harry Styles- Harry's House

Best Dance/Electronic Recording 
Beyonce- "Break My Soul"

Best Global Musical Performance
Wouter Kellerman, Zakes Bantwini & Nomcebo Zikode - “Bayethe”

Best Country Solo Performance
Willie Nelson- "Live Forever"

Best R&B Performance
Muni Long- "Hrs & Hrs"

Best Rap Performance
Kendrick Lamar- "The Heart Part 5"

Best Metal Performance
Ozzy Osbourne Featuring Tony Iommi- "Degradation Rules"

Best Rock Performance
Brandi Carlile- "Broken Horses"

Best Rock Album
Ozzy Osbourne- Patient Number 9

Best Alternative Music Album
Wet Leg-Wet Leg

Best Traditional R&B Performance
Beyonce- "Plastic on the Sofa"

Best Progressive R&B Album
Steve Lacy- Gemini Rights

Best R&B Album
Robert Glasper-  Black Radio III

Best Rap Song
Kendrick Lamar- "The Heart Part 5"

Best Comedy Album
Dave Chappelle- The Closer

Best Folk Album
Madison Cunningham- Revealer

Best Country Song
Cody Johnson- 'Til You Can't"

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