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See Who Won What At 2021 Grammy Awards (Full List)

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See Who Won What At 2021 Grammy Awards (Full List)

News Mail Nigeria brings you the full list of winners at the 63rd Grammy Awards held in Los Angeles on Sunday.

The 63rd Grammy Awards crowned Beyonce as the record breaker for the most-ever Grammy wins by a female artist and most by any singer, male or female. Jay Z was so proud of the mother of his children.

Coming close to Beyonce was rapper, Megan The Stallion who took home three awards- Best New Artist and pop powerhouse. Taylor Swift for the third time won Album of the Year . 

Burna Boy, Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Femi Kut and Made Kuti put Nigeria on the map by winning their first Grammys. 

See full list below: 

Album of the Year: Taylor Swift, “folklore”

Record of the Year, recognizing overall performance on a song: Billie Eilish, “Everything I Wanted”

Song of the Year, for songwriting: H.E.R., Dernst Emile II and Tiara Thomas, “I Can’t Breathe”

Best New Artist: Megan Thee Stallion

Best Music Video: Beyonce, “Brown Skin Girl”

Best Rap Album: Nas, “King’s Disease”

Best Rap Song: Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyonce, “Savage”

Best Rap Performance: Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyonce, “Savage”

Best Rock Album: The Strokes, “The New Abnormal”

Best Rock Song: Brittany Howard, “Stay High”

Best Rock Performance: Fiona Apple, “Shameika”

Best Pop Vocal Album: Dua Lipa, “Future Nostalgia”

Best Pop Solo Performance: Harry Styles, “Watermelon Sugar”

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande, “Rain on Me”

Best R&B Album: John Legend, “Bigger Love”

Best R&B Performance: Beyonce, “Black Parade”

Best Alternative Music Album: Fiona Apple, “Fetch the Bolt Cutters”

Best Global Music Album: Burna Boy, “Twice as Tall”

Best Country Album: Miranda Lambert, “Wildcard”

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album: Kanye West, “Jesus Is King”

Best Comedy Album: Tiffany Haddish, “Black Mitzvah”

Best Song Written for Visual Media: Billie Eilish, “No Time to Die” (for “No Time to Die”)

See videos of Burna Boy’s celebration after winning his first Grammy Award.

 

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