Grammys 2021: 63rd Anniversary

The 63rd annual grammys took place last night, after being postponed from January due to the pandemic. It is a night to celebrate the very best in pop, R&B and country music, and lets be honest, not really much of the other genres. While it would take far too much time and would make this article massive to list off every single winner in every category, here are the main categories nominees and winners:

Record of the year:

Everything I wanted – Billie Eilish

Black Parade – Beyonce

Colours – Black Pumas

Rockstar – DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch

Say So – Doja Cat

Don’t Start Now – Dua Lipa

Circles – Post Malone

Savage – Megan Thee Stallion

Grammys 2021 winners: The full list of results - Tripale

Album of the Year:

Black Pumas – Black Pumas

Folklore – Taylor Swift

Everyday Life – Coldplay

Chilombo – Jhene Aiko

Djesse Vol. 3 – Jacob Collier

Women in Music Pt. III – Haim

Future Nostalgia – Dua Lipa

Hollywood’s Bleeding – Post Malone

Grammys 2021 live updates: All the results and winners - CNET

Song of the year:

Black Parade – Beyonce

The Box – Roddy Ricch

Cardigan – Taylor Swift

I Can’t Breathe – H.E.R.

Circles – Post Malone

Don’t Start Now – Dua Lipa

Everything I wanted – Billie Eilish

If the World Was Ending – Saxe

H.E.R. Wins Song Of The Year For "I Can't Breathe" | GRAMMY.com

Best New Artist:

Chika

D Smoke

Doja Cat

Ingrid Andress

Kaytranada

Megan Thee Stallion

Noah Cyrus

Phoebe Bridgers

2021 Grammy Big Winners Poll | Billboard

Other notable winners include Harry Styles winning best pop solo performance, Lady gaga and Ariana Grande winning best group pop performance, Ice T’s Bodycount winning best metal performance, Fiona Apple winning best alternative album and best rock performance and Vince Gill picking up the best solo country performance.

Another, slightly more controversial topic raised last night is the outcry over the event only having a very brief 20 second tribute to the late great Eddie Van Halen, a pioneer of rock music as we know it today. Then again, given how terribly the rock scene has ALWAYS been treated by the Grammys, is anyone really surprised by this?

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