The night was filled with record-breaking wins, jaw dropping performances, dazzling looks and of course, a distance of six feet at all times.
Taylor Swift Makes History
The pop crossover icon became the first female artist EVER to win Album of the Year three times on the Grammy stage! This year, “Folklore” went up against “Women In Music Pt. III” by HAIM, an artist she collaborated with twice in 2020.
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H.E.R. Is On A Roll
The songwriter took home awards for Song of the Year on the track “I Can’t Breathe” as well as Best R&B song for “Better Than I Imagine.”
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DaBaby Performs For the First Time on the Grammys Stage
Last night, DaBaby performed brand new rendition of his hit “ROCKSTAR” with Roddy Rich, complete with a sharp white suit and a gospel choir.
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Billie Eilish Wins Record of the Year
The 19-year-old superstar won Record of the Year, making her the first solo artist of the CENTURY to win twice in a row. She also won Best Song Written for Visual Media for “No Time To Die,” which is featured in the latest James Bond film.
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Beyoncé Maintains Her Title As Queen B
Beyoncé took home the award for best R&B performance, making her the most-awarded woman in Grammys history with a total of 28 awards and a shocking 79 nominations!
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Jhené Aiko and Big Sean Blessed the Red Carpet
Talk about chemistry. Jhené Aiko and Big Sean stepped onto the red carpet, both in show-stopping ensembles. Jhené’s dress gives us major floral vibes, perfect for Spring!
Post Malone Takes Us Back In Time
Posty took us all back in time during his performance of “Hollywood’s Bleeding” on a medieval-themed set last night. He was also nominated in three categories: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Song of the Year.
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Julia Michaels Glows on the Red Carpet
Julia Michaels is more than just a pretty face. She was nominated for Song of the Year with her single “If The World Was Ending,” made mega-popular on TikTok.
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Jhay Cortez Performs on an Electric Blue Stage
Jhay Cortez teamed up with Bad Bunny to bring the club vibes during their performance of “Dákiti” at the 63rd Grammy Awards.
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While the Grammys looked a little different this year, we couldn’t be happier with the outcome. Until next year, check us out on Instagram for more star-studded content.