Grammy Award 2021
The Grammy Award, originally called the Gramophone Award, or just Grammy, is an award presented by the Recording Academy to recognize the work done by the music industry and the trophy that is given to the winners, represents a golden gramophone.
At the first awards of the Big Three networks' major music awards held annually, there are the Grammys.
The first Grammy Awards ceremony was held on May 4, 1959, to celebrate the musical works of artists for the year 1958. It took place in Beverly Hills, California and New York City. Over the years the number of winners and awards has changed many times, one time reaching over 100 winners.
In 1959 the ceremony was televised for the first time, but it was not aired live until 1971.
This year, despite the pandemic, the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards were held on March 14, 2021 in Staples Center, Los Angeles, California.
The categories for which the artists participated in the competition were 24.
Album Of The Year, won by Taylor Swift with FolkloreRecord Of The Year, won by Billie Eilish with Everything I Wanted
Song Of The Year, won by H.E.R. with I Can’t Breathe, created for the Black Lives Matter’s protests
Best New Artist, won by Megan Thee Stallion
Best Pop Solo Performance, won by the talented Harry Styles with Watermelon Sugar
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, won by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande with Rain On Me
Best Pop Vocal Album, won by Dua Lipa with Future Nostalgia
Best Progressive R&B Album, won by Thundercat with It Is What It Is
Best Rap Song, won by Megan Thee Stallion ft Beyoncé with Savage (Remix)
Best Rap Album, won by Nas with King’s Disease
Best Melodic Rap Performance, won by Anderson .Paak with Lockdown
Best Dance Recording, won by Kaytranada ft Kali Uchis
Best Dance/Electronic Album, won by Kaytranada with Bubba
Best Rock Performance, won by Fiona Apple with Shameika
Best Metal Performance, won by Bum Rush with Bodycount
Best Rock Album, won by The Strokes with The New Abnormal
Best Alternative Album, won by Fiona Apple with Fetch The Bolt Cutters
Best R&B Performance, won by Beyoncé with Black Parade
Best Country Album, won by Miranda Lambert
Best Country Solo Performance, won by Vince Gill with When My Army Prays
Best Country Duo/Group Performance, won Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber with 10,000 hours
Best Musical Theatre Album, Jagged Little Pill
Producer Of The Year, non-classical, won by Andrew Watt
Best Music Video, won by Beyoncé ft Blue Ivy and Wizkid with Brown Skin Girl.
Beyoncè won 3 Grammys this year, so she has reached the total amount of 28 Grammys won throughout her career and she has become the woman with the most Grammys won.
Instead, Georg Solti, with 31 grammys, ranks first among men with the most awards won.
Among the youngest winners of the Grammy awards, in first place there is Billie Eilish. She was the first woman and youngest artist in history to win the four main categories of the Grammy Awards: Best New Artist, Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Record of the Years.The Grammys, being one of the most appreciated music ceremonies, this year, like other years, have had a huge success that has totalled more than 7 million streams and views around the world, bringing some happiness in this long pandemic.
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