Now I know you are all wondering who won what in this year’s Grammy Awards.

It has been an excellent year for music. With the new break out artist like Lil Nas X and Billie Eilish as well as a whole catalog of amazing tracks, no wonder the Grammy’s were popping this year.

That’s why we at Hypefresh made a complete list of everyone who walked out of the Staples Center with a Trophy.

Best new artist:

Billie Eilish

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Best rap/sung performance:

“Higher,” DJ Khaled, Nipsey Hussle, and John Legend

Song of the year:

“Bad Guy,” Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell

Grammy for the Best rap album:

“Igor,” Tyler, the Creator

Best comedy album:

“Sticks & Stones,” Dave Chappelle

Best country duo/group performance:

“Speechless” Dan + Shay

Best pop vocal album:

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

Best pop duo/group performance:

“Old Town Road,” Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus

Best traditional pop vocal album:

“Look Now,” Elvis Costello & The Imposters

Best R&B album:

“Ventura,” Anderson .Paak

Best urban contemporary album:

“Cuz I Love You,” Lizzo

Best R&B song: “Say So,” PJ Morton featuring JoJo

Best traditional R&B performance:

“Jerome,” Lizzo

Grammy for the Best Best R&B performance:

“Come Home,” Anderson .Paak featuring Andre 3000

Best rock song:

“This Land,” Gary Clark, Jr.

Best rock performance:

“This Land,” Gary Clark, Jr.

Best contemporary blues album:

“This Land,” Gary Clark, Jr.

Best rock album:

“Social Cues,” Cage the Elephant

Best spoken word album:

“Becoming,” Michelle Obama

Best American roots performance:

“Saint Honesty,” Sara Bareilles

Best alternative music album:

“Father of the Bride,” Vampire Weekend

Best music film:

“Homecoming,” Beyoncé

Best country album:

“While I’m Livin’,” Tanya Tucker

Best country song:

“Bring My Flowers Now,” Tanya Tucker

Best country solo performance:

“Ride Me Back Home,” Willie Nelson

Best rap song:

“A Lot,” 21 Savage featuring J. Cole

Grammy for the Best rap performance:

“Racks in the Middle,” Nipsey Hussle, featuring Roddy Ricch & Hit-


Best musical theater album:


Best metal performance:

“7empest,” Tool

Best world music album:

“Celia,” Angelique Kidjo

Best roots gospel album:

“Testimony,” Gloria Gaynor

Best music video:

“Old Town Road (Official Movie),” Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus

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Best dance/electronic album:

“No Geography,” Chemical Brothers

Best dance recording:

“Got to Keep On,” Chemical Brothers

Best score soundtrack for visual media:

“Chernobyl,” Hildur Guðnadóttir

Best contemporary instrumental album:

“Mettavolution,” Rodrigo y Gabriela

Best reggae album:

“Rapture,” Koffee

Best folk album:

“Patty Griffin,” Patty Griffin

Best recording package:

“Chris Cornell,” Chris Cornell

Best compilation soundtrack for visual media:

“A Star Is Born”

Best song written for visual media:

“I’ll Never Love Again,” Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

Best jazz vocal album:

“12 Little Spells,” Esperanza Spalding

Grammy for the Best engineered album, non-classical:

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

Best gospel performance/song:

“Love Theory,” Kirk Franklin

Best gospel album:

“Long Live Love,” Kirk Franklin

Best Latin pop album:

“#Eldisco,” Alejandro Sanz

Best opera recording:

“Picker: Fantastic Mr. Fox”

Best boxed or special limited edition package:

“Woodstock: Back to the Garden – The

Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive,” Masaki Koike

Best historical album:

“Pete Seeger: the Smithsonian Folkways Collection,” Jeff Place,

Robert Santinelli and Peter Reiniger

Best remixed recording:

“I Rise (Tracey Young’s Pride Intro Radio Remix),” Tracy Young

Best immersive audio album:

“Lux,” Morten Lindberg

Best new age album:

“Wings,” Peter Kater

Best bluegrass album:

“Tall Fiddler,” Michael Cleveland

Grammy for the Best traditional blues album:

“Tall, Dark & Handsome,” Delbert McClinton & Self-Made Men + Dana

Best regional roots album:

“Good Time,” Ranky Tanky

Best children’s music album:

“Ageless Songs for the Child Archetype,” Jon Samson

Best instrumental composition:

“Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Symphonic Suite,” John

Best arrangement, instrumental or a cappella:

“Moon River,” Jacob Collier

Best arrangement, instruments, and vocals:

“All Night Long,” Jacob Collier

Best improvised jazz solo:

“Sozinho,” Randy Brecker

Best jazz instrumental album:

“Finding Gabriel,” Brad Mehldau

Best large jazz ensemble album:

“The Omni-American Book Club,” Brian Lynch Big Band

Best large jazz ensemble album:

“Antidote,” Chick Corea & The Spanish Heart Band

Best contemporary Christian music performance/song:

“God Only Knows,” for KING &

COUNTRY and Dolly Parton

Best contemporary Christian music album:

“Burn the Ships,” for KING & COUNTRY

Best Latin rock, urban or alternative album:

“El Mal Querer,” Rosalía

Grammy for the Best regional Mexican music album (including Tejano):

“De Ayer Para Siempre,” Mariachi
Los Camperos

Best tropical Latin album:

“Opus,” Marc Anthony and “A Journey Through Cuban Music,” Aymée Nuviola

Best engineered album, classical:

“Riley: Sun Rings,” Leslie Ann Jones, John Kilgore, Judith Sherman, David Harrington, and Robert C. Ludwig

Producer of the year:

Blanton Alspaugh

Producer of the year, non-classical:


Best orchestral performance:

“Norman: Sustain,” Gustavo Dudamel

Best choral performance:

“Duruflé: Complete Choral Works,” Robert Simpson

Best chamber music/small ensemble performance:

“Shaw: Orange,” Attacca Quartet

Best classical instrumental solo:

“Marsalis: Violin Concerto; Fiddle Dance Suite,” Nicola
Benedetti, Cristian Măcelaru

Best classical solo vocal album:

“Songplay,” Joyce DiDonato, Chuck Israels, Jimmy

Madison, Charlie Porter, and Craig Terry

Grammy for the Best classical compendium:

“The Poetry of Places,” Nadia Shpachenko, Marina A. Ledin
and Victor Ledin.

Best contemporary classical composition:

“Higdon: Harp Concerto,” Jennifer Higdon

Best traditional R&B performance:

“Jerome,” Lizzo
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Best American roots song:

“Call My Name,” Sarah Jarosz, Aoife O’Donovan and Sara

Best Americana Album:

“Oklahoma,” Keb’ Mo’

That was a long list, yes, so if you made it this far kudos to you for sticking with us.

The Grammys are a chance for artists who have been working hard on their craft to express themselves. Therefore they deserve to be celebrated.

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