Los Angeles (USA), (EFE) edition of the greatest festival of music.
The audience stood up to applaud Beyoncé when she accepted this award, which, on the verge of tears, she dedicated to God, her parents, her Uncle Johnny, her children and the queer community.
The artist, who arrived late to the ceremony, was already the most nominated woman in history -88 times- and even before the gala she had 28 awards that endorsed her successful path in the music industry as a pop star.
In addition to breaking the record held by Hungarian conductor Georg Solti, Beyoncé also surpasses iconic figures such as legendary producer Quincy Jones, with whom she shared second place on the select list.
Harry Styles wins album of the year for “Harry’s House”
Harry Styles was recognized with the Grammy for album of the year for his work “Harry’s House” during the 65th edition of the American Recording Academy Awards.
In this section they also competed ABBA (“Voyage”); (Adele (“30”); Bad Bunny (“A Summer Without You”); Beyoncé (“Renaissance”); Mary J. Blige (“Good Morning Gorgeous”); Brandi Carlile (“In These Silent Days”); Coldplay (“Music of the Spheres”); Kendrick Lamar (“Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers”); and Lizzo (“Special”). EFE
«Shit, I don’t believe it», the Briton stated concisely, who was visibly surprised by this award, to end up adding that this is «the result of many years of music and different vital stages» through which he has gone.
Beyoncé and Adele, their main rivals in the Grammy’s premier class, applauded and listened to the breathy speech from Styles, who also won best pop song for “As It Was.”
Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” Wins Record of the Year
Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” was awarded Record of the Year at the 65th Grammy Awards, beating favorites like Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” or Adele’s “Easy On Me”.
Asimismo, la artista estadounidense se enfrentaba en esta categoría a ABBA («Don’t Shut Me Down»); Mary J. Blige («Good Morning Gorgeous»); Brandi Carlile y Lucius («You and Me on the Rock»); Doja Cat («Woman»); Steve Lacy («Bad Habit»); Kendrick Lamar («The Heart Part 5»); y Harry Styles («As It Was»).
“I want to dedicate this award to all the friends who have inspired me to make music with a positive message and inspiration,” said a beaming Lizzo, who before today’s ceremony had three golden gramophones.
The emotion ended up invading the singer, who addressed some affectionate words to Beyoncé, who became the artist with the most Grammy awards in history this Sunday: “You changed my life, I love you and God Bless you,” he told her.
Lizzo, who also performed in this Grammy award, is also a candidate for the queen category of album of the year.
Bonnie Raitt’s “Just Like That” wins song of the year
The singer Bonnie Raitt took the Grammy this Sunday for the best song of the year for the song “Just Like That” in the 65th edition of the great music festival.
The first lady of the United States, Jill Biden, was in charge of delivering this award in which Raitt prevailed over the themes of Adele, Taylor Swift, Lizzo, Beyoncé, Harry Styles, Steve Lacy, Gayle, DJ Khaled and Kendrick Lamar.
This award recognizes songwriters, while the Record of the Year award goes to producers, singers, sound engineers and other team members.
The 73-year-old singer received the award visibly shocked and once she had the gramophone in her hands, she assured that she was not expecting it.
«I don’t write many songs, but I am very proud that they appreciate this one and what it means to me and other songwriters; without them I wouldn’t be here tonight,” Raitt said.
Samara Joy wins for best new artist
The jazz singer Samara Joy received this Sunday the Grammy for best new artist in the 65th edition of these awards.
The artist competed with the Brazilian Anitta, the American with Mexican roots Omar Apollo, the Italian rock band Måneskin, the jazz duo Domi & JD Beck, the singer-songwriter Muni Long, the rapper Latto and the rapper and actor Tobe Nwigwe and Wet Leg .
“Being here being who I really am is so exciting,” said Joy upon receiving the award from Olivia Rodrigo, the previous winner of the title, which has also been awarded to personalities such as Meghan Thee Stallion or Dua Lipa.
The singer has carved a niche for herself in the industry for her jazz performances, and before she was awarded best new artist, she was nominated for best jazz vocal album for “Linger Awhile” at the pre-launch ceremony. televised gala.
List of winners of the 65th Grammy Awards
ALBUM OF THE YEAR:
“Harry’s House”, de Harry Styles
RECORD OF THE YEAR:
“About Damn Time”, de Lizzo
SONG OF THE YEAR:
“Just Like That”, de Bonnie Raitt
BEST NEW ARTIST:
BEST COUNTRY ALBUM:
“A Beautiful Time”, de Willie Nelson
BEST RAP PERFORMANCE:
“The Heart Part 5”, de Kendrick Lamar
BEST SINGLE POP PERFORMANCE:
“Easy On Me”, de Adele
BEST POP VOCAL ALBUM:
“Harry’s House”, de Harry Styles
BEST POP GROUP OR DUO PERFORMANCE:
“Unholy”, de Sam Smith y Kim Petras
BEST R&B ALBUM:
“Black Radio III”, by Robert Glasper
BEST URBAN MUSIC ALBUM:
“A Summer Without You”, by Bad Bunny
BEST LATIN ROCK OR ALTERNATIVE ALBUM:
“Motomami”, by Rosalia
BEST LATIN POP ALBUM:
“Pasieros”, by Rubén Blades and Boca Livre
BEST TROPICAL LATIN ALBUM:
“Pa’lla Voy”, by Marc Anthony
BEST REGIONAL MEXICAN MUSIC ALBUM:
“A Song for Mexico – The Musical”, Natalia Lafourcade