The Grammys are head over heels in love with Beyoncé and Taylor Swift, who both made history at the show in 2021. Swift, 31, made history by being the first woman to receive the Grammy Award for Album of the Year three times. Swift, who won the top award for folklore, said, “We really want to thank the fans.” Fearless and 1989 were her previous albums that won album of the year.
Beyoncé broke the record for most Grammy nominations by a female artist, surpassing Alison Krauss. On Sunday, Beyoncé won her 28th Grammy, including best R&B performance for ‘Black Parade,’ best music video for ‘Brown Skin Girl,’ and best rap performance and best rap song for ‘Savage,’ which she co-wrote with Megan Thee Stallion.
“I believe it is my job, and all of our work, as musicians, to represent time, and it has been such a challenging time,” Beyoncé said onstage as she accepted the award for best R&B performance for her single “Black Parade,” which was released on Juneteenth.
The following is a list of the winners:
- ‘All I Wanted’ is the record of the year. Billie Eilish is an American singer-songwriter.
- Folklore, Folklore, Folklore, Folklore, Folklore, Folklore, Folk Taylor Swift is an American singer and songwriter.
- Beyoncé’s ‘Black Parade’ is the best R&B performance.
- Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia is the best pop vocal record.
- Megan Thy Stallion’s ‘Savage,’ featuring Beyoncé, is the greatest rap album.
- ‘I Can’t Breathe,’ won Song of the Year (songwriter’s award). Tiara Thomas, H.E.R., and Dernst Emile II
- ‘Watermelon Sugar,’ best pop solo performance Harry Styles is a British singer and songwriter.
- ‘Rain on Me,’ Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande, best pop duo/group performance
- Miranda Lambert’s Wildcard is the best country song.
- ‘Crowded Table,’ by Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, and Lori McKenna, is the best country album (The Highwomen)
- ‘10,000 Hours,’ Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber, best country duo/group performance
- Megan Thy Stallion is the best new artist.