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Grammys 2020: Complete list of winners

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Grammys 2020: Complete list of winners

It’s music’s biggest night! Lizzoleads the nominations, with eight, including record, album and song of the year. Lil Nas Xwas nominated six times, as was Billie Eilish. While Eilish is currently 18, she was just 17 years old when the nominations were announced, making her the youngest artist in Grammys history to be nominated in all four major categories at the same time.

All three artists, and many more, will be performing during the show.

The Recording Academy will also honor slain rapper Nipsey Hussle, who posthumously won the Grammy for best rap performance. DJ Khaled, John Legend, Meek Mill and others will be paying tribute.

Alicia Keys will host the evening for the second year in a row. Keys is a familiar sight at the Grammys, winning 15 awards herself. This time around, she joins the ranks of Ellen DeGeneres and Rosie O’Donnell in becoming just the third woman ever to host the show more than once.

Last year, former first lady Michelle Obama was a surprise guest at the Grammys. This year, she won the award for best spoken word album for the audio version of her memoir, “Becoming.”

In a star-studded performance, R&B singer Usher performed “Little Red Corvette” and “When Doves Cry” with Sheila E – a frequent collaborator of the late Prince. Singer FKA Twigs then joined them onstage to perform “Kiss.” The Prince tribute is a teaser for the upcoming special “Lets Go Crazy: A Grammy Salute to Prince” airing Tuesday, January 28th on CBS.

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

  • “Speechless” — Dan + Shay — Winner  
  • “Brand New Man” — Brooks and Dunn with Luke Combs
  • “I Don’t Remember Me (Before You)” — Brothers Osborne
  • “The Daughters” — Little Big Town
    1. “Truth Hurts” — Lizzo — Winner
    2. “Spirit” — Beyoncé
    3. “Bad Guy” — Billie Eilish
    4. “7 Rings” — Ariana Grande
    5. “You Need to Calm Down” — Taylor Swift
    6. “Common” — Maren Morris featuring Brandi Carlile.

      Best Pop Solo Performance

      • “Truth Hurts” — Lizzo — Winner
      • “Spirit” — Beyoncé
      • “Bad Guy” — Billie Eilish
      • “7 Rings” — Ariana Grande
      • “You Need to Calm Down” — Taylor Swift

      https://twitter.com/CBS/status/1221612216668962816?s=20

Alicia Keys: “We’re literally standing here, heartbroken, in the house that Kobe Bryant built”

Host Alicia Keys also paid tribute to Kobe Bryant at the top of the award show, noting, “We’re literally standing here, heartbroken, in the house that Kobe Bryant built.”

Boyz II Men then joined Keys onstage and sang “It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday.”

“Tonight is for Kobe”: Lizzo kicks off 62nd Annual Grammy Awards

Singer-songwriter Lizzo performs onstage during the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards on January 26, 2020, in Los Angeles.GETTY

Lizzo, who has the most nominations of any artist this year, kicked off the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards by saying “Tonight is for Kobe.”

Legendary Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant, along with his daughter, Gianna, died in a helicopter crash earlier on Sunday. The Lakers play their home games at the Staples Center, where the Grammys are being held. A large crowd of Lakers fans came to mourn the late NBA star.

The eight-time nominee then launched into a performance of  “Cuz I love you” before switching into an energetic rendition of her 2017 hit “Truth Hurts”. Earlier in the night it was announced Lizzo won Best Contemporary Album for “Cuz I Love You”, and Best Traditional Performance for her song “Jerome.”  — Jordan Freiman, Amalia Nunez

Non-televised Grammy awards

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media

  • Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper – “A Star Is Born”

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

  • Hildur Guðnadóttir – “Chernobyl”

Best Song Written for Visual Media

  • Lady Gaga – “I’ll Never Love Again (Film Version)”

Best Recording Package

  • Chris Cornell – “Chris Cornell,” Barry Ament, Jeff Ament, Jeff Fura and Joe Spix, art directors

Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package

  • Various Artists – “Woodstock: Back to the Garden – The Definitive 50th Anniversary,” Masaki Koike, art director

Best Album Notes

  • Steve Greenberg – “Stax ’68: A Memphis Story”

Best Historical Album

  • Pete Seeger – “Pete Seeger: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection”

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical

  • Billie Eilish – “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” Rob Kinelski and Finneas O’Connell, engineers; John Greenham, mastering engineer

Best Remixed Recording

  • Madonna – “I Rise (Tracy Young’s Pride Intro Radio Remix)”

Best Immersive Audio Album

  • Anita Brevik, Trondheimsolistene & Nidarosdomens Jentekor – “Lux”

Best Music Video

  • Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus – “Old Town Road (Official Movie)”

Best Music Film

  • Beyoncé – “Homecoming”

Best New Age Album

  • Peter Kater – “Wings”

Best Bluegrass Album

  • Michael Cleveland – “Tall Fiddler”

Best Traditional Blues Album

  • Delbert McClinton & Self-made Men – “Tall, Dark & Handsome”

Best Contemporary Blues Album

  • Gary Clark Jr. – “This Land”

Best Folk Album

  • Patty Griffin – “Patty Griffin”

Best Regional Roots Music Album

  • Ranky Tanky – “Good Time”

Best Reggae Album

  • Koffee – “Rapture”

Best Children’s Music Album

  • Jon Samson – “Ageless Songs For the Child Archetype”

Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Storytelling)

  • Michelle Obama – “Becoming”

Best Dance Recording

  • The Chemical Brothers – “Got to Keep On

Best Dance/Electronic Album

  • The Chemical Brothers – “No Geography”

Best Contemporary Instrumental Album

  • Rodrigo y Gabriela – “Mettavolution”

Best Instrumental Composition

  • John Williams – “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Symphonic Suite”

Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella

  • Jacob Collier – “Moon River”

Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals

  • Jacob Collier Featuring Jules Buckley, Take 6 & Metropole Orkest – “All Night Long”

Best Improvised Jazz Solo

  • Randy Brecker – “Sozinho”

Best Jazz Vocal Album

  • Esperanza Spalding – “12 Little Spells”

Best Jazz Instrumental Album

  • Brad Mehldau – “Finding Gabriel”

Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album

  • Brian Lynch Big Band – “The Omni-american Book Club”

Best Latin Jazz Album

  • Chick Corea & the Spanish Heart Band – “Antidote”

Best Country Solo Performance

  • Willie Nelson – “Ride Me Back Home”

Best Country Song

  • Tanya Tucker – “Bring My Flowers Now”

Best Country Album

  • Tanya Tucker – “While I’m Livin'”

Best Gospel Performance/Song

  • Kirk Franklin – “Love Theory”

Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

  • for KING & COUNTRY and Dolly Parton – “God Only Knows,” Josh Kerr, Jordan Reynolds, Joel Smallbone, Luke Smallbone and Tedd Tjornhom, songwriters

Best Gospel Album

  • Kirk Franklin – “Long Live Love”

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album

  • for KING & COUNTRY – “Burn the Ships”

Best Roots Gospel Album

  • Gloria Gaynor – “Testimony”

Best Latin Pop Album

  • Alejandro Sanz – “#ELDISCO”

Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album

  • Rosalía – “El Mal Querer”

Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano)

  • Mariachi Los Camperos – “De Ayer Para Siempre”

Best Tropical Latin Album – Tie

  • Marc Anthony – “Opus”Aymée Nuviola – “A Journey Through Cuban Music”

Best Rap Performance

  • Nipsey Hussle – “Racks in the Middle [ft. Roddy Ricch and Hit-Boy]”

Best Rap Song

  • 21 Savage – “A Lot [ft. J. Cole],” Jermaine Cole, Dacoury Natche, 21 Savage and Anthony White, songwriters

Best Engineered Album, Classical

  • Kronos Quartet – “Riley: Sun Rings,” Leslie Ann Jones, engineer; Robert C. Ludwig, mastering engineer

Producer of the Year, Classical

  • Blanton Alspaugh

Best Orchestral Performance

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic – “Norman: Sustain”

Best Opera Recording

  • Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Boston Children’s Chorus – “Picker: Fantastic Mr. Fox”

Best Choral Performance

  • Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir – “Duruflé: Complete Choral Works”

Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance

  • Attacca Quartet – “Shaw: Orange”

Best Classical Instrumental Solo

  • Nicola Benedetti – “Marsalis: Violin Concerto; Fiddle Dance Suite”

Best Classical Solo Vocal Album

  • Joyce Didonato – “Songplay”

Best Classical Compendium

  • Nadia Shpachenko – “The Poetry of Places”

Best Contemporary Classical Composition

  • Jennifer Higdon, composer – “Higdon: Harp Concerto”

Best Musical Theater Album

  • “Hadestown”

Best Rock Performance

  • Gary Clark Jr. – “This Land”

Best Metal Performance

  • Tool – “7empest”

Best Rock Song

  • Gary Clark Jr. – “This Land”

Best Rock Album

  • Cage the Elephant – “Social Cues”

Best Alternative Music Album

  • Vampire Weekend – “Father of the Bride”

Best R&B Performance

  • Anderson .Paak – “Come Home [ft. Andre 3000]”

Best Traditional R&B Performance

  • Lizzo – “Jerome”

Best R&B Song

  • PJ Morton – “Say So [ft. JoJo]”

Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • Lizzo – “Cuz I Love You”

Best R&B Album

  • Anderson .Paak – “Ventura”

Best World Music Album

  • Angelique Kidjo – “Celia”

Best American Roots Performance

  • Sara Bareilles – “Saint Honesty”

Best American Roots Song

  • I’m With Her – “Call My Name,” Sarah Jarosz, Aoife O’Donovan and Sara Watkins, songwriters

Best Americana Album

  • Keb’ Mo’ – “Oklahoma”

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

  • Lil Nas X – “Old Town Road [ft. Billy Ray Cyrus]”

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

  • Elvis Costello & The Imposters – “Look Now”

Best Pop Vocal Album

  • Billie Eilish – “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical

  • Finneas

    Nipsey Hussle to be honored at Grammys

    The late rapper Nipsey Hussle will be honored at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards. DJ Khaled, John Legen, Meek Mill and others will be part of the performance.

    https://twitter.com/CBSThisMorning/status/1221518692145496064?s=20

DK Khaled talks to CBS “Sunday Morning” before the Grammys

DJ Khaled sat down for an interview with CBS “Sunday Morning” correspondent Kelefa Sanneh to talk about his career and much more. In the interview, which aired Sunday, Khaled wasn’t shy about his many talents.

“Ask me what I do,” he said.

“What do you do?”  Sanneh indulged.

“I’m a genius!” Khaled replied. “It’s too many things I do.”

Taylor Swift will not attend 2020 Grammys

Two days before the Grammy Awards, Taylor Swift ended speculation she would perform at the show. Swift will not attend the ceremony, Entertainment Tonight reported, despite being nominated for three awards: best pop vocal album, song of the year and best pop solo performance.

 

 

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