Check out the complete list of winners from the 59th Grammys


The 59th annual Grammy Awards have now come to an end with Adele and Chance the Rapper coming up on top. With some technical difficulties, some lack luster performances, and a couple of pretty cool performances, the awards committee was about to give out some gramophones throughout the night. The complete list of winners from the Sunday night festivities can be seen below.


Album of the Year: 25 by Adele

Record of the Year: “Hello” by Adele

Song of the Year: Greg Kurstin, songwriter – “Hello” by Adele

Best Rap Album: Coloring Book by Chance the Rapper

Best Urban Contemporary Album: Lemonade by Beyonce

Best Country Solo Performance: “My Church” by Maren Morris

Best Rock Song: “Black Star” by David Bowie

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: “Stressed Out” by Twenty One Pilots

Best New Artist: Chance the Rapper

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Greg Kurstin

Best Pop Vocal Album: 25 by Adele

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin by Willie Nelson

Best Pop Solo Performance: “Hello” by Adele

Best Alternative Music Album: Blackstar by David Bowie

Best Rock Album: Tell Me I’m Pretty by Cage the Elephant

Best Metal Performance: “Dystopia” by Megadeth

Best Rock Performance: “Blackstar” by David Bowie

Best Rap Song: Aubrey Graham & Paul Jefferies, songwriters – “Hotline Bling” by Drake

Best Rap/Sung Performance: “Hotline Bling” by Drake

Best Rap Performance: “No Problem” by Chance the Rapper feat. Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz

Best R&B Album: Lalah Hathaway Live by Lalah Hathaway

Best R&B Song: Hod David & Musze, songwriters – “Lake By the Ocean” by Maxwell

Best Traditional R&B Performance: “Angel” by Lalah Hathaway

Best R&B Performance: “Cranes in the Sky” by Solange

Best Comedy Album:Talking for Clapping by Patton Oswalt

Best Reggae Album: Ziggy Marley by Ziggy Marley

Best Regional Roots Music Album: E Walea by Kalani Pe’a

Best Folk Album: Undercurrent by Sarah Jarosz

Best Contemporary Blues Album: The Last Days of Oakland by Fantastic Negrito

Best Traditional Blues Album: Porcupine Meat by Bobby Rush

Best Bluegrass Album: Coming Home by O’Connor Band With Mark O’Connor

Best Americana Album: This Is Where I Live by William Bell

Best American Roots Song: Vince Gill, songwriter – “Kid Sister” by The Time Jumpers

Best American Roots Performance: “House of Mercy” by Sarah Jarosz

Best Tropical Latin Album: Donde Están? by Jose Lugo & Guasábara Combo

Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano): Un Azteca En El Azteca, Vol. 1 (En Vivo) by Vicente Fernández

Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album: iLevitable by iLe

Best Latin Pop Album: Un Besito Mas by Jesse and Joy

Best Country Album: A Sailor’s Guide to Earth by Sturgill Simpson

Best Country Song: Lori McKenna, songwriter – “Humble and Kind” by Tim McGraw

Best Country Duo/Group Performance: “Jolene” by Pentatonix feat. Dolly Parton

Best Roots Gospel Album: Hymns by Joey+Rory

Best Latin Jazz Album: Tribute to Irakere: Live in Marciac by Chucho Valdés

Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album: Presidential Suite: Eight Variations on Freedom by Ted Nash Big Band

Best Jazz Instrumental Album: Country for Old Men by John Scofield

Best Jazz Vocal Album: Take Me to the Alley by Gregory Porter

Best Improvised Jazz Solo: John Scofield, soloist on “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”

Contemporary Instrumental: Culcha Vulcha by Snarky Puppy

Best Dance/Electronic Album: Skin by Flume

Best Dance Recording: “Don’t Let Me Down” by The Chainsmokers feat. Daya

Producer of the Year, Classical: David Frost

Best Engineered Album, Classical:Corigliano: The Ghosts of Versailles

Best Music Film: The Beatles: Eight Days a Week the Touring Years by The Beatles

Best Music Video: “Formation” by Beyoncé

Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Storytelling): In Such Good Company: Eleven Years of Laughter, Mayhem, and Fun in the Sandbox by Carol Burnett

Best Children’s Album: Infinity Plus One by Secret Agent 23 Skidoo

Best World Music Album: Sing Me Home by Yo-Yo Ma & the Silk Road Ensemble

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album: Love Remains by Hillary Scott & The Scott Family

Best Gospel Album: Losing My Religion by Kirk Franklin

Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song: Hillary Scott & the Scott Family; Bernie Herms, Hillary Scott & Emily Weisband, songwriters – “Thy Will”

Best Gospel Performance/Song: “God Provides” by Tamela Mann; Kirk Franklin, songwriter

Best New Age Album: White Sun II by White Sun

Best Surround Sound Album: Alexander Lipay & Dmitriy Lipay, surround mix engineers; Dmitriy Lipay, surround mastering engineer; Dmitriy Lipay, surround producer – Dutilleux: Sur La Même Accord; Les Citations; Mystère de L’instant & Timbres, Espace, Mouvement by Ludovic Morlot & Seattle Symphony

Best Remixed Recording: André Allen Anjor, remixer – “Tearing Me Up (RAC Remix)” by Bob Moses

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical: David Bowie, Tom Elmhirst, Kevin Killen & Tony Visconti, engineers; Joe LaPorta, mastering engineer – Blackstar by David Bowie

Best Historical Album: Steve Berkowitz & Jeff Rosen, compilation producers; Mark Wilder, mastering engineer – The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 12 (Collector’s Edition) by Bob Dylan

Best Album Notes: Ken Bloom & Richard Carlin, album notes writers – Sissle and Blake Sing Shuffle Along by Eubie Blake & Noble Sissle

Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package: Gérard Lo Monaco, art director – Edith Piaf 1915-2015 by Edith Piaf

Best Recording Package: Jonathan Barnbrook, art director – Blackstar by David Bowie

Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals: “Jacob Collier, arranger – “Flintstones” by Jacob Collier

Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Capella: Jacob Collier, arranger – “You and I” by Jacob Collier

Best Instrumental Composition: Ted Nash, composer – “Spoken at Midnight” by Ted Nash Big Band

Best Song Written for Visual Media: “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” from “Trolls”

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media: Star Wars: the Force Awakens

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media: Miles Ahead

Best Musical Theater Album: The Color Purple

2016 Grammy Awards Announce Nominees

Now that the American Music Awards has opened the door to the music awards season, the Grammys are stepping it up with their only unveiling. On Monday morning (Dec. 7), the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States announced the nominees for the upcoming event. Coming out on top with the most nominees for the 2016 show is Kendrick Lamar. The California rapper has earned a total of 11 nominees for this album, To Pimp a Butterfly, and the track “Alright.”

Following Lamar, are his recent collaborator Taylor Swift and The Weeknd with a total of seven nominations apiece. The pop star is nominated for her hit album 1989 and several tracks featured on it, while The Weeknd’s nominations comes courtesy of his recently released album Beauty Behind the Madness and his contribution to the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack.

While Lamar, Swift, and The Weeknd seem like likely contenders, the “Album of the Year” category shows off just how eclectic the music universe has become. Indie group Alabama Shakes, country superstar Chris Stapleton, Swift, Lamar, and the Weeknd will all compete for the big category of the evening; “Album of the Year.”

Check out some of the categories, with the nominees, below.

Album Of The Year
Sound & Color — Alabama Shakes
To Pimp A Butterfly — Kendrick Lamar
Traveller — Chris Stapleton
1989 — Taylor Swift
Beauty Behind The Madness — The Weeknd

Record Of The Year
“Really Love” — D’Angelo And The Vanguard
“Uptown Funk” — Mark Ronson Featuring Bruno Mars
“Thinking Out Loud” — Ed Sheeran
“Blank Space” — Taylor Swift
“Can’t Feel My Face” — The Weeknd

Song Of The Year
“Alright” — Kendrick Duckworth, Mark Anthony Spears & Pharrell Williams, songwriters (Kendrick Lamar)
“Blank Space” — Max Martin, Shellback & Taylor Swift, songwriters (Taylor Swift)
“Girl Crush” — Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna & Liz Rose, songwriters (Little Big Town)
“See You Again” — Andrew Cedar, Justin Franks, Charles Puth & Cameron Thomaz, songwriters (Wiz Khalifa Featuring Charlie Puth)
“Thinking Out Loud” — Ed Sheeran & Amy Wadge, songwriters (Ed Sheeran)

Best New Artist
Courtney Barnett
James Bay
Sam Hunt
Tori Kelly
Meghan Trainor

For Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
“Ship To Wreck” – Florence & The Machine
“Sugar” – Maroon 5
“Uptown Funk” – Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars
“Bad Blood” – Taylor Swift feat. Kendrick Lamar
“See You Again” – Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth

Best Dance Recording
“We’re All We Need” – Above & Beyond feat. Zoë Johnston
“Go” – The Chemical Brothers
“Never Catch Me” – Flying Lotus feat. Kendrick Lamar
“Runaway (U & I)” – Galantis
“Where Are Ü Now” – Skrillex and Diplo w/ Justin Bieber

Best Rock Performance
“Don’t Wanna Fight” – Alabama Shakes
“What Kind Of Man” by Florence & The Machine
“Something From Nothing” – Foo Fighters
“Ex’s & Oh’s” – Elle King
“Moaning Lisa Smile” – Wolf Alice

Best Alternative Music Album
Sound & Color – Alabama Shakes
Vulnicura – Björk
The Waterfall – My Morning Jacket
Currents – Tame Impala
Star Wars – Wilco

Best Rap Album
2014 Forest Hills Drive – J. Cole
Compton – Dr. Dre
If You’re Reading This Its Too Late – Drake
To Pimp A Butterfly – Kendrick Lamar
The Pinkprint – Nicki Minaj

Best Urban Contemporary Album
Ego Death – The Internet
You Should Be Here – Kehlani
Blood – Lianne La Havas
Wildheart – Miguel
Beauty Behind The Madness – The Weeknd

Best Country Album
Montevallo – Sam Hunt
Pain Killer – Little Big Town
The Blade – Ashley Monroe
Pageant Material – Kacey Musgraves
Traveller – Chris Stapleton

Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical
Jeff Bhasker
Dave Cobb
Larry Klein
Blake Mills

Best Music Video
“LSD” – ASAP Rocky
“I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)” – The Dead Weather
“Alright” – Kendrick Lamar
“Bad Blood” – Taylor Swift feat. Kendrick Lamar
“Freedom” – Pharrell Williams

The 58th annual Grammys will air live on Feb. 15, 2016. The show will take place at Los Angeles’ Staples Center. For more information about the upcoming awards show, head on over to the Grammy’s website.

Trent Reznor Receives Apology From Grammy Producer

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It was probably one of the most anticipated performances of the Grammys,Trent Reznor, Queens of the Stone Age, Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsay Buckingham and Dave Grohl, but apparently that didn’t cross the mind of the people behind the yearly award show.

Instead of replacing one of the other lackluster performances during the three-hour show, the runner decided to end the show with a high by putting the show at the end.

Understandable, keep the best of last and end on a high note, but how they did it is what drove Reznor nuts to the point that he took to Twitter to air his grievance about the decision to cut the performance short and put in all the advertisements for the event in its place.

Reznor tweeted the following about the decision: “Music’s biggest night… to be disrespected. A heartfelt FUCK YOU guys.”

It took three days, by Reznor received an apology from Grammy executive producer, Ken Ehrlich. “I’m sorry he was upset,” Ehrlich told the Hollywood Reporter. “I was really thrilled that we were finally getting him on the Grammys.”

He continued, “The final jam started with Arcade Fire a few years ago, and LL Cool J last year. I want to end on a high, an up note. I did tell them we’d take it as long as we could. The number was about five, six minutes long, and we got to within a minute twenty of the end. We got as close as we could possibly get.”

Watch the Grammy Performances


Missed a performance from 56th Annual Grammys?

Have no fear, we’re here, so if you happen to miss one or just want to re-watch another one, all you have to do is press play on one of the many videos below.

Enjoy! (PS, there are 20 videos)

Beyonce & Jay-Z, “Drunk in Love”

Lorde, “Royals”

Hunter Hayes, “Invisible”

Keith Urban and Gary Clark Jr., “Cop Car”

Katy Perry feat. Juicy J, “Dark Horse”

Ringo Starr, “Photographs”

Robin Thicke & Chicago, ““Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?”/“Saturday in the Park”/“Blurred Lines”

Pink feat. Nate Ruess, “Try”/”Give Me a Reason”

Kendrick Lamar feat. Imagine Dragons, “MAAD City”/ “Radioactive”

John Legend, “All of Me”

Kacey Musgraves, “Follow Your Arrow”

Daft Punk feat. Stevie Wonder, Pharrell and Nile Rodgers, “Get Lucky”/”Le Freak”

Taylor Swift, “All Too Well”

Carole King and Sara Bareilles, “Brave”

Paul McCartney feat. Ringo Starr, “Queenie Eyes”

Metallica and Lang Lang, “One”

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Mary Lambert, Madonna and Queen Latifah, “Same Love”

Miranda Lambert and Billie Joe Armstrong, “When Will I Be Loved”

Nine Inch Nails/Queens of the Stone Age/Dave Grohl and Lindsay Buckingham, “Copy of A”/”My God is the Sun”

Where to Stream the 2014 Grammys


The 56th Annual Grammy Awards is upon us with just a few hours until music’s biggest night is set to take place. With performers such as Katy Perry, Metallica, Daft Punk, P!nk and Nate Ruess, and many more this year has a little bit of everything for each music lover.

Another big thing to look forward to? The reunion of the remaining Beatles, aka Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr who will be receiving a big honor on tonight’s show: the Lifetime Achievement Award.

This honor should not come as a surprise, since the Beatles are one of the most iconic and influential bands in pop music history. The honor also comes a week of so before the 50th anniversary of when the Beatles first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show; their first ever, U.S. performance.

McCartney will reportedly accept the award on behalf of Starr and the late John Lennon and George Harrison.

Anyways, for those not able to watch the show live from the comfort of their couches on their television screens, the live streaming link can be seen here.

We will also be updating the winners list as the night progresses, so do keep an eye out for that too.

The Grammys will be broadcast live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles beginning at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.

The 56th Annual Grammys Reveal Closing Performers


The Grammys are set to take place this Sunday and already, organizers have revealed who will be taking the stage at the annual music award ceremony.

Previously, it was confirmed that Daft Punk, Kendrick Lamar, P!nk, Katy Perry, Lorde, and Metallica would all be taking the stage to perform during the live event and now another group of performers had been added to the list.

Today, it was revealed that Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Dave Grohl, and Fleetwood Mac guitarist/singer Lindsey Buckingham will be closing the Grammys with a special performance.

Queens of the Stone Age will be performing at the Grammys in celebrations of their three nominations for Like Clockwork...including nominations in the Best Rock Album, Best Rock Performance and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical categories.

Nine Inch Nails and Dave Grohl were also nominated for awards this year as well. Nine Inch Nails were nominated for Best Alternative Music Album for Hesitation Marks while Dave Grohl is up for two awards for Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media for his work on Sound City: Real To Reel.

Talk about a way to end a show.

The 56th Annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast Sunday, January 26, at 8p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

Grammy Performers List Released


The Grammys have finally given viewers what they have been waiting for; a list of performers for the award show.

Last month, it was announced that Daft Punk would be taking the stage at the Grammys to perform and today, it was officially confirmed that they would be taking the stage with a number of guests including Pharrell, Nile Rodgers, Chris Caswell, Nathan East, Omar Hakim, Paul Jackson Jr.,and the Random Access Memories session players.

Lorde, one of 2013’s biggest breakouts will also be taking the stage to perform. The New Zealand singer was nominated for a total of four award including both Song of the Year and Record of the Year for her hit song, “Royals” as well as Best Pop Vocal Album for her album, Pure Heroine.

Katy Perry is another radio mainstay with the power to garner two nominations at this year’s event and sing (hopefully) during the live show. Her empowering anthem, “Roar” was nominated for both Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.

And while his song might be one of the most controversial song of 2013, it didn’t stop if from being the biggest song of the year. Robin Thicke and his “Blurred Lines” will also be taking the stage at the show. The song may have earned him “Sexist of the Year” by a British organization, but it didn’t stop him from earning three Grammy nominations for it.

But while the list includes some of the biggest names in pop music at this moment, one of the biggest shocks was the addition of metal gods, Metallica. Metallica will be taking the stage for the first time in 23 years. Their Metallica Through the Never (Music From the Motion Picture) soundtrack has been nominated for Best Recording Package. That means if they win, the actual band wouldn’t win; the award would go to the art directors.

Impressive, a little bit of everything for those with different tastes. The Grammys air live on Sunday, January 26 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on CBS.