Music’s biggest night of the year

Music’s biggest night of the year took place Feb. 5 for the 65th annual Grammy Awards. The show was hosted by Trevor Noah and included many performances from nominated artists.

Song of the Year went to singer-songwriter Bonnie Raitt for her song “Just Like That.” Album of the Year went to Harry Styles for “Harry’s House.” Lizzo took home the Grammy for Record of the Year for “About Damn Time,” and Samara Joy won the Grammy for Best New Artist.

Adele won the Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance for her song “Easy on Me” while the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance award went to Sam Smith and Kim Petras for their performance of “Unholy.” “Harry’s House” by Harry Styles received the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album, and the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album went to Michael Bublé for “Higher.”

For the Dance/Electronic Music, Beyonce took home the Grammy for Best Dance/Electronic Recording for “BREAK MY SOUL,” as well as the award for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for “Renaissance.” She made Grammy Award history by now having won the most Grammy Awards with a total of 32.

For the alternative genre, Wet Leg was awarded the Grammy’s for Best Alternative Music Performance for “Chaise Longue” as well as the award for Best Alternative Music Album for the self-titled album, “Wet Leg.”

The awards for Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song went to Brandi Carlile for “Broken Horses.” However, the Best Rock Album was awarded to Ozzy Osbourne’s “Patient Number 9” as well as Best Metal Performance for “Degradation Rules.”

For the R&B genre, Beyonce took home some more awards including Best R&B Song for “CUFF IT” and Best Traditional R&B Performance for “PLASTIC OFF THE SOFA.” Best R&B performance was awarded to Muni Long for “Hrs & Hrs.” The Grammy for Best Progressive R&B Album went to Steve Lacy for “Gemini Rights” and the Best R&B Album went to Robert Glasper for “Black Radio III.”

In the rap category, Kendrick Lamar took home the Grammy’s for Best Rap Album for “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers,” as well as both Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance for “The Heart Part 5.” The Grammy for Best Melodic Rap Performance went to Future featuring Drake & Tems for “WAIT FOR U.”

A few additional notable mentions include Bad Bunny’s win in the category of Best Música Urbana Album for “Un Verano Sin Ti,” Taylor Swift ’s win of Best Music Video for “All Too Well,” Willie Nelson’s claim of the Best Country Album for “A Beautiful Time,” and Best Country Song awarded to Cody Johnson for “Til You Can’t.”