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Here’s The Full List Of The 66th Grammy Winners

The 2024 Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, were held at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles and celebrated the outstanding achievements in the world of music. Here’s the complete list of Grammy nominees, categories and of course, Grammy winners:

RECORD OF THE YEAR

“Worship” — Jon Batiste

“Not Strong Enough” — boygenius

“Flowers” — Miley Cyrus

“What Was I Made For?” [From the Motion Picture Barbie] — Billie Eilish

“On My Mama” — Victoria Monét

“vampire” — Olivia Rodrigo

“Anti-Hero” — Taylor Swift

“Kill Bill” — SZA

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

World Music Radio — Jon Batiste

the record — boygenius

Endless Summer Vacation — Miley Cyrus

Did you know that theres a tunnel under Ocean Blvd — Lana Del Rey

The Age of Pleasure — Janelle Monáe

GUTS — Olivia Rodrigo

Midnights — Taylor Swift

SOS — SZA

READ MORE: Taylor Swift Announces New Album After Winning 13th Grammy

SONG OF THE YEAR

“A&W” — Lana Del Rey (Jack Antonoff, Lana Del Rey & Sam Dew, songwriters)

“Anti-Hero” — Taylor Swift (Jack Antonoff & Taylor Swift, songwriters)

“Butterfly” — Jon Batiste (Jon Batiste & Dan Wilson, songwriters)

“Dance the Night” (From Barbie The Album) — Dua Lipa (Caroline Ailin, Dua Lipa, Mark Ronson & Andrew Wyatt, songwriters)

“Flowers” — Miley Cyus (Miley Cyrus, Gregory Aldae Hein & Michael Pollack, songwriters)

“Kill Bill” — SZA (Rob Bisel, Carter Lang & Solána Rowe, songwriters)

“vampire” ­— Olivia Rodrigo (Daniel Nigro & Olivia Rodrigo, songwriters)

“What Was I Made For?” [From The Motion Picture Barbie] — Billie Eilish (Billie Eilish O’Connell & Finneas O’Connell, songwriters)

BEST NEW ARTIST

Gracie Abrams

Fred again..

Ice Spice

Jelly Roll

Coco Jones

Noah Kahan

Victoria Monét

The War and Treaty

BEST POP SOLO PERFORMANCE

“Flowers” – Miley Cyrus

“Paint the Town Red” – Doja Cat

“What Was I Made For?” from “Barbie” – Billie Eilish

“Vampire” – Olivia Rodrigo

“Anti-Hero” – Taylor Swift


BEST POP DUO/GROUP PERFORMANCE

“Thousand Miles,” Miley Cyrus featuring Brandi Carlile

“Candy Necklace,” Lana Del Rey featuring Jon Batiste

“Never Felt So Alone,” Labrinth featuring Billie Eilish

“Karma,” Taylor Swift featuring Ice Spice

“Ghost in the Machine,” SZA featuring Phoebe Bridgers

BEST POP VOCAL ALBUM

chemistry — Kelly Clarkson

Endless Summer Vacation — Miley Cyrus

GUTS — Olivia Rodrigo

– (Subtract) — Ed Sheeran

Midnights — Taylor Swift

BEST POP DANCE RECORDING

“Baby Don’t Hurt Me” — David Guetta, Anne-Marie & Coi Leray

“Miracle” — Calvin Harris Featuring Ellie Goulding

“Padam Padam” — Kylie Minogue

“One in a Million” — Bebe Rexha & David Guetta

“Rush” — Troye Sivan

BEST ROCK PERFORMANCE

“Sculptures of Anything Goes” – Arctic Monkeys

“More Than a Love Song” – Black Pumas

“Not Strong Enough” – Boygenius

“Rescued” – Foo Fighters

“Lux Æterna” – Metallica

BEST ROCK SONG

“Not Strong Enough” – Boygenius

“Rescued” – Foo Fighters

“Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl” – Olivia Rodrigo

“Emotion Sickness” – Queens of the Stone Age

“Angry” – The Rolling Stones

BEST ROCK ALBUM

But Here We Are — Foo Fighters

Starcatcher — Greta Van Fleet

72 Seasons — Metallica

This Is Why — Paramore

In Times New Roman… — Queens of the Stone Age

BEST ALTERNATIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCE

“Belinda Says,” Alvvays

“Body Paint,” Arctic Monkeys

“Cool About It,” boygenius

“A&W,” Lana Del Rey

“This Is Why,” Paramore

BEST ALTERNATIVE MUSIC ALBUM

The Car — Arctic Monkeys

the record — boygenius

Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd — Lana Del Rey

Cracker Island — Gorillaz

I Inside the Old Year Dying — PJ Harvey

BEST METAL PERFORMANCE

“Bad Man” – Disturned

“Phantom of the Opera” – Ghost

“72 Seasons” – Metallica

“Hive Mind” – Slipknot

“Jaded” – Spiritbox

BEST R&B PERFORMANCE

“Summer Too Hot ” – Chris Brown

“Back to Love” – Robert Glasper featuring SiR and Alex Isley

“ICU” – Coco Jones

“How Does It Make You Feel” – Victoria Monét

“Kill Bill” – SZA

BEST TRADITIONAL R&B PERFORMANCE

“Simple” – Babyface ft. Coco Jones

“Lucky” – Kenyon Dixon

“Hollywood” – Victoria Monét ft. Earth, Wind & Fire and Hazel Monét

“Good Morning” – PJ Morton ft. Susan Carol

“Love Language” – SZA

BEST R&B SONG

“ICU” – Coco Jones

“Angel” – Halle

“Back to Love” – Robert Glasper ft. SiR & Alex Isley

“Snooze” – SZA

“On My Mama” – Victoria Monét

BEST R&B ALBUM

Girls Night Out — Babyface

What I Didn’t Tell You (Deluxe) — Coco Jones

Special Occasion — Emily King

JAGUAR II — Victoria Monét

CLEAR 2: SOFT LIFE EP — Summer Walker

BEST PROGRESSIVE R&B ALBUM

Since I Have a Lover – 6lack

The Love Album: Off the Grid – Diddy

Nova – Terrace Martin and James Fauntleroy

The Age of Pleasure – Janelle Monáe

SOS – SZA

BEST MELODIC RAP PERFORMANCE

“Sittin’ on Top of the World” — Burna Boy Featuring 21 Savage

“Attention” — Doja Cat

“Spin Bout U” — Drake & 21 Savage

“All My Life” — Lil Durk Featuring J. Cole

“Low” — SZA

BEST RAP PERFORMANCE

The Hillbillies” – Baby Keem ft. Kendrick Lamar

“Love Letter” – Black Thought

“Players” – Coi Leray

“Rich Flex” – Drake & 21 Savage

“Scientists & Engineers” – Killer Mike ft. André 3000, Future, and Eryn Allen Kane

BEST RAP SONG

“Attention” — Doja Cat

“Barbie World” [From Barbie the Album] — Nicki Minaj & Ice Spice Featuring Aqua

“Just Wanna Rock” — Lil Uzi Vert

“Rich Flex” — Drake & 21 Savage

“SCIENTISTS & ENGINEERS” — Killer Mike Featuring André 3000, Future & Eryn Allen Kane

BEST RAP ALBUM

Her Loss – Drake & 21 Savage

Michael – Killer Mike

Heroes & Villains – Metro Boomin

King’s Disease III – Nas

Utopia – Travis Scott

BEST DANCE/ELECTRONIC RECORDING

“Blackbox Life Recorder 21F” – Aphex Twin

“Loading” – James Blake

“Higher Than Ever Before” – Disclosure

“Strong” – Romy & Fred again..

“Rumble” – Skrillex, Fred again.. & Flowdan

BEST DANCE/ELECTRONIC MUSIC ALBUM

Playing Robots Into Heaven — James Blake

For That Beautiful Feeling — The Chemical Brothers

Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022) — Fred again..

Kx5 — Kx5

Quest for Fire — Skrillex

BEST ALTERNATIVE JAZZ ALBUM

Love In Exile — Arooj Aftab, Vijay Iyer, Shahzad Ismaily

Quality Over Opinion — Louis Cole

SuperBlue: The Iridescent Spree — Kurt Elling, Charlie Hunter, SuperBlue

Live at the Piano — Cory Henry

The Omnichord Real Book — Meshell Ndegeocello

BEST COUNTRY SOLO PERFORMANCE

“In Your Love” – Tyler Childers

“Buried” – Brandy Clark

“Fast Car” – Luke Combs

“The Last Thing on My Mind” – Dolly Parton

“White Horse” – Chris Stapleton

BEST COUNTRY DUO/GROUP PERFORMANCE

“High Note” – Dierks Bentley ft. Billy Strings

“Nobody’s Nobody” – Brothers Osborne

“I Remember Everything” – Zach Bryan ft. Kacey Musgraves

“Kissing Your Picture (Is So Cold)” – Vince Gill & Paul Franklin

“Save Me” – Jelly Roll with Lainey Wilson

“We Don’t Fight Anymore” – Carly Pearce ft. Chris Stapleton

BEST COUNTRY SONG

“Buried” – Brandy Clark

“White Horse” – Chris Stapleton

“Last Night” – Morgan Wallen

“In Your Love” – Tyler Childers

“I Remember Everything” – Zach Bryan ft. Kacey Musgraves

BEST COUNTRY ALBUM

Rolling Up the Welcome Mat — Kelsea Ballerini

Brothers Osborne — Brothers Osborne

Zach Bryan — Zach Bryan

Rustin’ In the Rain — Tyler Childers

Bell Bottom Country — Lainey Wilson

BEST AMERICAN ROOTS PERFORMANCE

“Butterfly” – Jon Batiste

“Heaven Help Us All” – Blind Boys of Alabama

“Inventing the Wheel” – Madison Cunningham

“You Louisiana Man” – Rhiannon Giddens

“Eve Was Black” – Allison Russell

BEST AMERICANA PERFORMANCE

“Friendship” – Blind Boys of Alabama

“Help Me Make It Through the Night” – Tyler Childers

“Dear Insecurity” – Brandy Clark ft. Brandi Carlile

“King of Oklahoma” – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

“The Returner” – Allison Russell

BEST AMERICAN ROOTS SONG

“Blank Page” – The War and Treaty

“California Sober” – Billy Strings ft. Willie Nelson

“Cast Iron Skillet” – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

“Dear Insecurity” – Brandy Clark ft. Brandi Carlile

“The Returner” – Allison Russell

BEST AMERICANA ALBUM

Brandy Clark — Brandy Clark

The Chicago Sessions — Rodney Crowell

You’re the One — Rhiannon Giddens

Weathervanes — Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

The Returner — Allison Russell

BEST BLUEGRASS ALBUM

Radio John: Songs of John Hartford – Sam Bush

Lovin’ of the Game – Michael Cleveland

Mighty Poplar – Mighty Poplar

Bluegrass – Willie Nelson

Me/And/Dad – Billy Strings

City of Gold – Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway

BEST TRADITIONAL BLUES ALBUM

Ridin’ – Eric Bibb

The Soul Side of Sipp – Mr. Sipp

Life Don’t Miss Nobody – Tracy Nelson

Teardrops for Magic Slim Live at Rosa’s Lounge – John Primer

All My Love for You – Bobby Rush

BEST CONTEMPORARY BLUES ALBUM

Death Wish Blues – Samantha Fish and Jesse Dayton

Healing Time – Ruthie Foster

Live in London – Christone “Kingfish” Ingram

Blood Harmony – Larkin Poe

LaVette! – Bettye LaVette

BEST FOLK ALBUM

Traveling Wildfire – Dom Flemons

I Only See the Moon – The Milk Carton Kids

Joni Mitchell at Newport [Live] – Joni Mitchell

Celebrants – Nickel Creek

Jubilee – Old Crow Medicine Show

Psalms – Paul Simon

Folkocracy – Rufus Wainwright

BEST REGIONAL ROOTS MUSIC ALBUM

New Beginnings – Buckwheat Zydeco Jr. & The Legendary Ils Sont Partis Band

Live at the 2023 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival – Dwayne Dopsie & The Zydeco Hellraisers

Live: Orpheum Theater Nola – Lost Bayou Ramblers & Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra

Made in New Orleans – New Breed Bass Band

Too Much to Hold – New Orleans Nightcrawlers

Live at the Maple Leaf – The Rumble Feature Chief Joseph Boudreaux Jr.

BEST LATIN POP ALBUM

La Cuarta Hoja – Pablo Alborán

Beautiful Humans, Vol. 1 – AleMor

A Ciegas – Paula Arenas

La Neta – Pedro Capó

Don Juan – Maluma

X Mí (Vol. 1) – Gaby Moreno

BEST MÚSICA URBANA ALBUM

Saturno – Rauw Alejandro 

Mañana Será Bonito – Karol G

Data – Tainy

BEST MÚSICA MEXICANA ALBUM (INCLUDING TEJANO)

Bordado a Mano — Ana Bárbara

La Sánchez — Lila Downs

Motherflower — Flor de Toloache

Amor Como en las Películas de Antes — Lupita Infante

GÉNESIS — Peso Pluma

BEST AFRICAN MUSIC PERFORMANCE

“Amapiano” — ASAKE & Olamide

“City Boys” — Burna Boy

“UNAVAILABLE” — Davido Featuring Musa Keys

“Rush” — Ayra Starr

“Water” — Tyla

BEST SONG WRITTEN FOR VISUAL MEDIA

“Barbie World” from Barbie the Album – Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice featuring Aqua

“Dance the Night” from Barbie the Album – Dua Lipa

“I’m Just Ken” from Barbie the Album – Ryan Gosling

“Lift Me Up” from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever — Music From and Inspired By – Rihanna

“What Was I Made For?” from Barbie the Album – Billie Eilish

BEST SCORE SOUNDTRACK FOR VISUAL MEDIA (INCLUDES FILM AND TELEVISION)

Barbie — Mark Ronson & Andrew Wyatt, composers

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever — Ludwig Göransson, composer

The Fabelmans — John Williams, composer

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny — John Williams, composer

Oppenheimer — Ludwig Göransson, composer

BEST MUSIC VIDEO

“I’m Only Sleeping” – The Beatles

“In Your Love” – Tyler Childers

“What Was I Made For” – Billie Eilish

“Count Me Out” – Kendrick Lamar

“Rush” – Troye Sivan

BEST COMEDY ALBUM

Trevor Noah – I Wish You Would

Wanda Sykes – I’m an Entertainer

Chris Rock – Selective Outrage 

Sarah Silverman – Someone You Love 

Dave Chappelle – What’s In a Name?

BEST AUDIO BOOK, NARRATION, AND STORYTELLING RECORDING

Meryl Streep – Big Tree 

William Shatner – Boldly Go: Reflections on a Life of Awe and Wonder 

Rick Rubin – The Creative Act: A Way of Being 

Senator Bernie Sanders – It’s OK to Be Angry About Capitalism 

Michelle Obama – The Light We Carry: Overcoming In Uncertain Times

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR, NON CLASSICAL

Jack Antonoff

Dernst “D’Mile” Emile II

Hit-Boy

Metro Boomin

Daniel Nigro

SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR, NON-CLASSICAL

Edgar Barrera

Jessie Jo Dillon

Shane McAnally

Theron Thomas

Justin Tranter

BEST IMMERSIVE AUDIO ALBUM

Act 3 (Immersive Edition) – Ryan Ulyate, Michael Romanowski (Ryan Ulyate)

Blue Clear Sky – Chuck Ainlay, Michael Romanowski (George Strait)

The Diary of Alicia Keys – George Massenburg, Eric Schilling, Michael Romanowski, Alicia Keys, Ann Mincieli (Alicia Keys)

God of War Ragnarök (Original Soundtrack) – Eric Schilling, Michael Romanowski, Kellogg Boynton, Anthony Caruso, Peter Scaturro, Herbert Waltl (Bear McCreary)

Silence Between Songs – Sean Brennan, Mike Piacentini, Aaron Short, Madison Beer, Leroy Clampitt (Madison Beer)

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Taylor Swift Announces New Album The Tortured Poets Department

Taylor Swift brought a wave of excitement and surprise to the 2024 Grammy Awards on Sunday night. She received her 13th Grammy Award, but in addition, she announced a brand new album, The Tortured Poets Department. The album, which will be her eleventh studio album, is set to be released on April 19th, 2024.

Grammy Triumph: Taylor Swift’s 13th Win

Swift won a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album with 2022 record Midnights. She surpassed tough competition from artists like Kelly Clarkson, Miley Cyrus, Olivia Rodrigo, and Ed Sheeran. The victory marked her 13th Grammy win, a significant number for her, which she fondly referred to as her “lucky number” during her acceptance speech. Moreover, this is the fourth time that she has won this award,

As she stood on stage to accept her Grammy, Taylor Swift shared her gratitude with the Recording Academy and, more importantly, her devoted fans. “I want to say thank you to the members of the Recording Academy for voting this way. But I know that the way that the Recording Academy voted is a direct reflection of the passion of the fans”

A Surprise Announcement: ‘The Tortured Poets Department’

“So I want to say thank you to the fans by telling you a secret that I’ve been keeping from you for the last two years, which is that my brand new album comes out on April 19,” she declared.

She promised to unveil the album cover backstage right after her announcement, which you can check out below:

Chart-Topping Success: ‘Midnights’ Album

Released in October 2022, Midnights marked Taylor Swift‘s tenth original studio album. The record contained chart-topping hits like Anti-Hero, which soared to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and Lavender Haze and Karma, both of which reached No. 2 on the chart.

You can check out her acceptance speech, which contains the announcement below:

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Taylor Swift Announces Another Exclusive Vinyl For ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’

After announcing the Sunrise Boulevard Yellow Vinyl for 1989 (Taylor’s Version) last week, Taylor Swift has now announced another exclusive edition

The eagerly anticipated album, set to be released on the 27th of October, has taken on a new life as Taylor Swift reclaims her artistry with this highly anticipated re-recorded edition. The latest surprise comes in the form of a stunning Aquamarine Green variant

Pre-orders for this exquisite limited edition vinyl are officially open and available exclusively at taylorswift.com. Priced at $31.89, this unique collector’s item is bound to become a cherished addition to any music aficionado’s collection.

With only 48 hours on the clock, time is of the essence for fans who wish to secure their own copy of this transcendent Aquamarine Blue Vinyl. As Taylor Swift continues to redefine the narrative surrounding her music, this limited edition release stands as a testament to her unwavering connection with her audience.

Prepare to embark on a sonic journey through time as Taylor Swift’s 1989 (Taylor’s Version) brings new dimensions to beloved classics. Whether you’re an ardent Swiftie or a fervent vinyl enthusiast, this exclusive offering promises an unforgettable addition to your musical repertoire.

Check out her announcement below and let us know whether or not you plan to buy it!

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Taylor Swift Announces Exclusive Vinyl For ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’

Taylor Swift has announced an exclusive Sunrise Boulevard Yellow Vinyl for 1989 (Taylor’s Version), which is only available for 48 hours.

The singer-songwriter announced her own version of the 2014 album last week.

The album will be released on the 27th of October and the exclusive edition of the vinyl is available now for pre-order now for $31.89 at taylorswift.com.

Check out the announcement below and let us know whether not you plan to buy it!

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Taylor Swift Announces ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ After Showing Signs

Swifties around the world are eagerly counting down the days as Taylor Swift prepares to unveil her much-anticipated Taylor’s Version of her iconic pop breakthrough album, 1989. The reimagined album is set to grace the airwaves on October 27th, marking a significant moment for both Taylor Swift and her devoted fanbase.

The ingenious singer-songwriter chose a date with a clever twist to drop the exciting news. On August 9th, she made the announcement, coinciding with the final date of the first leg of her monumental Eras tour at the stunning SoFi Stadium near Los Angeles. The tour’s resounding success is bound to continue as it embarks on a journey across South America, Japan, Australia, and Europe before making a triumphant return to North America in October 2024.

During her electrifying performance on the tour’s last night, Swift playfully teased the revelation. Using her knack for wordplay, she shared, “Here we are, the last night (of the tour) in the eighth month of the year … and the ninth day of the month.” With a smile, she left the microphone with her guitar slung over her shoulder, leaving the crowd in a state of exhilaration. As fans erupted with joy, Swift gestured toward a video screen displaying the album information, later expressing her excitement on social media, dubbing the re-release as “my most favorite rerecord I’ve ever done.”

The forthcoming Taylor’s Version of 1989 will comprise 21 tracks, including five previously unreleased songs “from the vault.” And, in classic Swift fashion, she offered a delightful surprise by including the bonus track New Romantics in the album.

This reimagined release of 1989, a tribute to her birth year, follows the successful launch of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) in July. The re-recorded album soared to No. 1 on the Billboard 200, marking Swift’s 12th album to claim the top spot. With this achievement, Taylor Swift secured her place as the female artist with the most No. 1 albums in chart history, surpassing the record previously held by the legendary Barbra Streisand.

1989, originally released in 2014, was a defining moment in Taylor Swift‘s career trajectory. The album, which captured Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album honors at the 2016 Grammy Awards, marked her full transition from country to pop. Collaborating with music luminaries such as Max Martin, Shellback, Jack Antonoff, and Ryan Tedder, Swift crafted chart-topping hits like Blank Space, Shake it Off, Out of the Woods, and Bad Blood. The record’s glossy production and memorable melodies solidified Swift‘s status as a pop superstar.

This reimagined edition of 1989 is the latest in a series of releases labeled as Taylor’s Version. Swift embarked on this endeavor to regain artistic control after the sale of her original master recordings in 2020. Preceded by Fearless, Red, and Speak Now, 1989 (Taylor’s Version) promises to be a heartfelt reclamation of her musical legacy.

Fans worldwide are undoubtedly gearing up for October 27th, when they will immerse themselves once again in the vibrant soundscape of 1989, rediscovering the magic that made Taylor Swift an indelible force in the world of pop music.

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KISS’ Paul Stanley Is Now Officially A Swiftie

It seems the music world’s boundaries continue to blur as rock legend Paul Stanley of KISS unabashedly joins the ranks of Taylor Swift fans. The KISS frontman, along with his family, attended one of the electrifying performances of Taylor Swift‘s The Eras Tour in Los Angeles over the weekend, and his admiration for the pop superstar couldn’t be clearer.

Stanley’s endorsement of Swift was visible as he proudly donned a Taylor Swift T-shirt in a photo shared with fans. This unexpected crossover comes as Swift’s trailblazing The Eras Tour takes the music industry by storm, raking in approximately $14 million in ticket sales each night, as reported by The New York Times.

On August 4th, Paul Stanley took his family to witness the magic of Taylor Swift live at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. In a tweet on August 5th, he expressed his sheer awe, writing, “Six shows at SoFi Stadium for a total of A HALF MILLION PEOPLE and I know why… PHENOMENAL SHOW BY A PHENOMENAL ARTIST. Thanks to her staff for rolling out the red carpet for us.”

Meanwhile, Taylor Swift’s reach extends beyond her core pop audience. In an exciting move, she’s enlisted the talents of pop-rockers Paramore to accompany her on the full European leg of the 2024 Eras Tour. This collaboration bridges the gap between different music genres and showcases Swift’s eagerness to engage diverse audiences.

As fans of KISS await the conclusion of the band’s End of the Road World Tour later this year, it’s clear that the lines between musical genres continue to blur, proving that great music knows no boundaries.