This year’s Grammy Awards were held on 12th February. The ceremony turned out to be an event full of emotions and immerse artistry displayed.

Beyoncé who has been all over the internet since she announced that she is expecting twins, gave off an exquisite nine minute long performance during the ceremony. She involved both her mother and Blue Ivy in her performance of the song Love, Drought and Sand Castles which began with a somewhat lengthy monologue urging women to value themselves. Her costume as well as those of the rest of the women in the routine depict not only the goddess in her, but also the goddess in her mother, daughter and really every woman.  Bey didn’t shy away from dancing, swaying her hips as she sang despite being pregnant. She even had the courage and flexibility to sing on a bent chair!

Aside from her performance, Beyoncé bagged two awards as well as half of one of Adele’s awards which she cut in half. Adele stated her admiration for Beyoncé and that she felt that she could not accept the award. She thanked her for being an inspiration to her, her black friends and many people in the industry in her emotional speech as she received the Award for Album of the Year- 25.

Adele also staged a performance which she restated due to a mess up only one minute in, she apologized to the audience saying she could not mess it up for them.  Ed Sheeran also had a solo performance of “Shape of You”. He sang and played the guitar all alone as he looped different elements of the song to give it fullness. Lady Gaga ‘s performance with Metallica was fired up, however the microphone malfunctioned on one of the Metallica’s members who then had to share a mic with Gaga. Gaga saved the performance with her showmanship. She never disappoints in that area.

Check out the list below to see who had it good at the Grammy’s

Album Of The Year:

onstage during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

25 — Adele

Record Of The Year:

“Hello” — Adele

Song Of The Year:

“Hello” — Adele Adkins & Greg Kurstin, songwriters (Adele)

Best New Artist:

Chance The Rapper

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance:

“Stressed Out” — Twenty One Pilots

Best Pop Vocal Album:

25 — Adele

Best Pop Solo Performance:

“Hello” — Adele

Best Dance Recording:

“Don’t Let Me Down” — The Chainsmokers featuring Daya

Best Dance/Electronic Album:

: Skin — Flume


Best Rock Song:

“Blackstar” — David Bowie, songwriter (David Bowie)

Best Rock Album:

Tell Me I’m Pretty — Cage The Elephant

Best Alternative Music Album:

Blackstar — David Bowie

Best Urban Contemporary Album:

Lemonade — Beyoncé

Best R&B Performance:

“Cranes in the Sky” — Solange

Best R&B Album:

Lalah Hathaway Live — Lalah Hathaway

Best Rap Album:
Coloring Book — Chance The Rapper

Best Rap Performance:

“No Problem” — Chance the Rapper Featuring Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz

Best Rap/Sung Performance:

“Hotline Bling” — Drake

Best Rap Song:
“Hotline Bling” — Aubrey Graham & Paul Jefferies, songwriters (Drake)

Best Gospel Album:
Losing My Religion — Kirk Franklin

Best Regional Roots Music Album:

E Walea — Kalani Pe’a

Best Reggae Album:

Ziggy Marley — Ziggy Marley

Best Song Written For Visual Media:

“Can’t Stop The Feeling!” — Max Martin, Shellback & Justin Timberlake, songwriters (Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick, Gwen Stefani, James Corden, Zooey Deschanel, Walt Dohrn, Ron Funches, Caroline Hjelt, Aino Jawo, Christopher Mintz-Plasse & Kunal Nayyar), Track from: Trolls

Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical:

Greg Kurstin

Best Remixed Recording:

“Tearing Me Up (RAC Remix)” — André Allen Anjos, remixer (Bob Moses)

Best Music Video:

“Formation” — Beyoncé

Best Music Film:

The Beatles: Eight Days A Week The Touring Years — (The Beatles)