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LOS ANGELES (AP) – Taylor Swift It won Album of the Year At the Grammy Awards for the song “Midnights”, breaking the record for the most wins in this category with four.

She began her speech by thanking her producer and friend Jack Antonoff and added in front of the audience: “I would like to tell you that this is the happiest moment in my life,” but she said that she feels this happiness when she makes music and plays shows. .

And earlier in the night, Taylor Swift cashed in on her 13th Grammy win on Sunday to announce her new album, “The Tortured Poets Oath,” which will be released on April 19.

“I know that the way the Recording Academy votes is a direct reflection of the passion of the fans,” she said while accepting the award for Best Pop Vocal Album. “So, I want to say thank you to the fans by telling you a secret I've been keeping from you for the past two years.”

One of the biggest awards of the night, Record of the Year, went to Miley Cyrus for “Flowers,” her second Grammy ever and her second of the night.

“This award is amazing. But I really hope it doesn’t change anything because my life was beautiful yesterday,” she said in her speech.

Victoria Monet won Best New Artist. “Thank you to the champagne providers tonight,” Monet began her award acceptance speech. “Thanks to my mom, the single mother who raised this really bad girl.” She then began to cry, telling the room that this award had been “15 years in the making.”

Billie Eilish won Song of the Year for writing Barbie's song “What Are You Made For?” She thanked director Greta Gerwig for “making the best film of the year.”

It was just one of several standout moments from Sunday's show, which was hosted by Trevor Noah and broadcast live from Arena in downtown Los Angeles.

Carol J Making Grammy history on Sunday by becoming the first artist to win Best Album from Música Urbana for her hit record “Mañana Será Bonito.”

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“This is my first time at the Grammys,” she told the audience in English. “This is the first time I have my own Grammy.”

There were many offers. Olivia Rodrigo brought her lyric “vampire” — or in this case, bloodlust, as red liquid dripped from the walls behind her. Joni Mitchell (80 years old) made Grammy history by performing the song “Both Sides Now” from her album “Clouds” in 1969. Travis Scott did a mashup of “My Eyes” and “I Know?” And “Finn”. Brandy and 21 Savage joined Burna Boy and performed “On Form,” “City Boys” and “Sittin' on Top of the World.”

The long and poignant In Memoriam segment celebrates many of the music greats lost in the past year. Stevie Wonder performed the songs “For Once in My Life” and “The Best is Yet to Come” in his honor Tony Bennett; Annie Lennox performed “Nothing Compare 2 U” by Sinead O'Connor. “Artists for a ceasefire and peace in the world,” Lennox said at the end of the song, raising her fist in the air.

Jon Batiste performed a medley of “Ain't No Sunshine”, “Lean On Me” and finally “Optimistic” with Ann Nesby for the late great music executive. Clarence Avant. She presented a fiery opera Tina Turner “Proud Mary” Tribute by Fantasia Parrino and Adam Blackstone.

SZA also took the stage – performing a medley of her hits “Snooze” and “Kill Bill”, joined by katana-wielding dancers. Later, she took home the award for Best R&B Song for “Snooze,” which Lizzo handed over to her. SZA ran onto the stage and gave a charming, breathless speech as she was “changing, and then I took the picture.”

Luke Combs gave a heartfelt rendition of “Fast Car” with Tracy Chapman — his cover of Chapman's classic dominated country radio and won Song of the Year at the 2023 CMAs. In 1989 the song won Chapman an award for Best Female Vocal Performance.

Dua Lipa opened the show with a high-octane mix: first, a tease of her upcoming single “Training Season,” then her latest single “Houdini,” and finally her disco-pop hit “Barbie” and her breakout hit “Dance.” the night.”

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Eilish and Finneas also brought “Barbie” to the Grammys stage with live string accompaniment. They were followed by Cyrus, who performed “Flowers” for the first time live on television.

“Why do you act like you don't know this song?” She teased the crowd — John Legend and wife Chrissy Teigen were among the audience who got up to dance — and then exclaimed mid-song, “I just won my first Grammy!”

Lainey Wilson won Best Country Album for “Bell Bottom Country,” her first-ever Grammy, presented by Kacey Musgraves. “I am a fifth-generation farmer’s daughter,” she told the audience, adding that she is “a farmer who writes songs,” and that’s where the musical magic comes from.

Jay-Z received the Dr. Dre Global Influence Award and used his speech to talk about the hip-hop greats who came before him — and it's highly suggested in Grammy history that rap should be put in the background — or at least, not in the televised version of the show. (This year, there were no rap categories on the telecast, but there were two for pop, one for Latin, one for country, and one for R&B.)

“We want you all to do it right,” he said. “At least make it close to the right,” she said before shifting the focus to Beyoncé. “Most Grammys, you never win album of the year. How does that work?”

Bridgers took an early lead at the Grammy Awards, quickly winning four awards before the main telecast, as she and her fellow geniuses brought an infectious energy to the premiere ceremony. But they were excluded from the main show.

Jack Antonoff was named Local Producer of the Year, Non-Classical Producer for the third year in a row, tying Babyface as the only other producer to do so in a row. “You need to have the door open for you,” he said in his acceptance speech. “Taylor Swift opened that (expletive) door for me,” he said.

The first of three new categories in 2024, Best Pop Dance Recording, was handed out shortly after and went to Kylie Minogue for “Padam Padam” – her first win in 18 years.

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About 80 It was the Grammy Awards Delivered before broadcast. Regional Mexican star Beso Pluma won his first Grammy Award for his first and only nomination for Best Mexicana Music Album for his album “Genesis.”

Best African Musical Performance, A A new category aims to highlight regional musical traditions In recognition of “recordings that use unique local expressions from across the African continent,” it went to South African singer Tayla for her hit song “Water.”

“I never thought I would say I won a Grammy when I was 21,” she said in her acceptance speech. “Last year God decided to change my whole life.”

Killer Mike won three straight awards on Sunday night, however He ended up in police custody Police spokesman Mike Lopez said before the start of the main Grammy ceremony because of an altercation.

The rapper won his first Grammy in 21 years, for best rap performance for “Scientists & Engineers,” featuring André 3000, Future and Eryn Allen Kane. Shortly after, they won the “Best Rap Song” award. Killer Mike also took home the award for Best Rap Album for “Michael,” chanting, “It's a sweep! It's a sweep!”

Billy Joel was the penultimate and final performer of the night. First, he brought his new song “Turn the Lights Back on” — his first new music in decades — live on the Grammy stage. After announcing Album of the Year, he returned to the stage for his 1980 classic “You May Be Right.”

A welcome surprise was the inclusion of Celine Dion, who handed Swift her record-setting trophy. “When I say I'm happy to be here, I really mean it from my heart,” she told the audience. In 2022Dion revealed that she had been diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder called stiff person syndrome, which causes convulsions that affect her ability to walk and sing.


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