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2023 Grammy Award Burnaboy loses, Tems, others win [Full list of winners]

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2023 Grammy Award Burnaboy loses, Tems, others win [Full list of winners]. At the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday night, the 2023 Grammy Awards were presented.

Major winners at the 65th Grammy Awards, widely regarded as the most prestigious music honors in the world, were Harry Styles, Beyoncé, Adele, and Kendrick Lamar.

Beyonce won 32 awards during the presentation, making her the largest winner in history.

“Harry’s House,” the record that Harry Styles won album of the year for.

Samara Joy (best new artist), Lizzo (record of the year), and Bonnie Raitt were among the other honorees (song of the year).

Temilade Openiyi, better known as Tems from Nigeria, won the title for “Best Melodic Rap Performance” on Sunday night for her part in Future and Drake’s smash song “Wait for U,” which she sang.

Tems is the first female musician from Nigeria to get a Grammy.

Burna Boy did, however, lose two trophies at the presentation.

Wouter Kellerman, Zakes Bantwini, and Nomcebo Zikode from South Africa upset ‘Last Last’ by a Nigerian vocalist to win the prize for best global music performance.

The “Love Damini” album by Burnaboy was also defeated by Masa Takumi of Japan for the title of best Global Music Album.

The complete list of winners is shown below:

Voyage by ABBA, the year’s best album

Beyoncé – Renaissance Adele – 30 Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti
In These Silent Days by Brandi Carlile
Music of the Spheres by Coldplay
Harry Styles, winner of “Harry’s House”
Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers by Kendrick Lamar
The Lizzo Special
Good Morning Gorgeous by Mary J. (Deluxe)

Best new artists JD Beck and Anitta Domi
Molly Tuttle, Muni Long, Omar Apollo, and Latto M.
Winner: Samara Joy
Tobe Nwigwe’s Soggy Leg

Year’s highest record
Don’t Shut Me Down by ABBA

Easy on Me by Adele
Break My Soul by Beyoncé
Lucius and Brandi Carlile – You and Me on the Rock
Cat Doja – Woman
As It Was by Harry Styles
The Heart Part 5 by Kendrick Lamar
About Damn Time by Lizzo, winner
Good Morning Gorgeous by Mary J.
Stupid Habit by Steve Lacy

the year’s top song

Easy on Me by Adele
Break My Soul by Beyoncé
Just Like That by Bonnie Raitt, winner
God Did Gayle by DJ Khaled ft. Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend, and Fridayy is available through ABCDEFU.
The Heart Part 5 by Kendrick Lamar Harry Styles – As It Was
About Damn Time by Lizzo
Stupid Habit by Steve Lacy
All Too Well by Taylor Swift (10-Minute Version) (The Short Film)

top solo pop performance

Easy on Me by Adele, WINNER Bad Bunny, Moscow Cat and Mule Doja – Woman
As It Was by Harry Styles About Damn Time by Lizzo
Stupid Habit by Steve Lacy

optimum dance/electronic album
Renaissance Award winner Beyoncé
Bonobo – Pieces
The Last Goodbye by Diplo, Odesza, and Rufus Du Sol, and Surrender by Diplo

best rap record
God Did by DJ Khaled, I Never Liked You by Future, and Come Home the Kids Miss You by Jack Harlow
Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers by Kendrick Lamar is the winner.
It’s Almost Dry, a Pusha T song

best urban music album
Trap Cake, Vol. 2 by Rauw Alejandro
Un Verano Sin Ti by Bad Bunny is the winner.
Legendaddy by Daddy Yankee Farruko by La 167 The Love & Sex Tape by Maluma

best performance by a pop duet or group
Don’t Shut Me Down by ABBA
Bam Bam by Ed Sheeran and Camilla Cabello
My Universe by BTS and Coldplay
I Like You by Post Malone and Doja Cat (A Happier Song)
Unholy by Sam Smith and Kim Petras, winner

Best country music album
Growin’ Up by Luke Combs
Palomino by Miranda Lambert
McBryde, Ashley – Ashley McBryde the city of Lindeville
Humble Quest by Maren Morris
Winner: Willie Nelson’s A Beautiful Time

Cuff It by Beyoncé, which won for best R&B song
Mariah J. Blige Good Morning, Beautiful
Hours and Hours Muni
Harm Me So Good by Jazmine Sullivan
Please Don’t Walk Away by PJ Morton

best album of pop vocals

Voyage by Abba Adele’s 30
Music of the Spheres by Coldplay
The Lizzo Special
Harry Styles, winner of “Harry’s House”

Best recording for dance and electronics
Break My Soul by Beyoncé, winner
Rosewood – Bonobo
I’m Good by David Guetta and Bebe Rexha (Blue)
Don’t Forget My Love by Diplo and Miguel
On My Knees, Kaytranada Featuring Her, Intimidated, Rüfüs Du Sol

Best musical performance worldwide
Udhero Na Burna Boy by Arooj Aftab and Anoushka Shankar, “Last Last”
Gimme Love by Matt B and Eddy Kenzo
Neva Bow Down by Rocky Dawuni Featuring Blvk H3ro
Bayethe – WINNER Wouter Kellerman, Zakes Bantwini, and Nomcebo Zikode

best solo performance in the country
Heartfirst by Kelsea Ballerini
Circles Around This Town, Maren Morris
In His Arms by Miranda Lambert
Live Forever by Willie Nelson, winner
Something in the Orange by Zach Bryan

optimum R&B performance
Virgo’s Groove by Beyoncé
Hurt Me So Good by Jazmine Sullivan Lucky Daye’s “Over”
Here With Me by Mary J. Blige and Anderson Paak won the competition.

Excellent rap performance
God Did Doja Cat by DJ Khaled with Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend, and Fridayy was recorded in Vegas.
FNF (Let’s Go) by Gunna & Future ft. Young Thug, Pushin P Hitkidd, & Glorilla
The Heart Part 5 by Kendrick Lamar – WINNER

optimum metal performance
Call Me Little Sunshine by Ghost
We’ll Be Back by Megadeth, Kill or Be Killed by Muse
Ziggy Osbourne Degradation Rules, starring Tony Iommi, was the winner.
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excellent rock performance

Old Man by Beck
Wild Child by The Black Keys
Broken Horses by Brandi Carlile, winner
Crawl to Bryan Adams’ “So Happy It Hurts Idles”
Patient Number 9 Turnstile by Ozzy Osbourne ft. Jeff Beck – Holiday

best rock record
Dropout Boogie by The Black Keys
Crawler Machine Gun by The Boy Named If Idles, The Imposters, and Elvis Costello Kelly: Sellout to the Mainstream
Patient Number 9 by Ozzy Osbourne – WINNER Spoon – Lucifer on the Sofa

Arcade Fire’s WE, Big Thief’s Dragon, New Warm Mountain, I Believe in You, Björk’s Fossora, and Wet Leg’s Wet Leg won the award for best alternative music album.
Cool It Down by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Performing classic R&B at its best
“Do 4 Love” by Snoh Aalegra
Keeps on Fallin’ by Babyface ft. Ella Mai Beyoncé – Plastic Off the Sofa – WINNER
Round Midnight by Adam Blackstone and Jazmine Sullivan
Good Morning Gorgeous by Mary J.

Best album of progressive R&B
Operation Funk’s Cory Henry
Gemini Rights’ Steve Lacy was the winner.
Drones by Terrace Martin, Starfruit by Moonchild, and Red Balloon by Tank and the Bangas

best R&B record
Good Morning Gorgeous by Mary J. (Deluxe)
Chris Brown’s song “Beezy” (Deluxe)
Black Radio III’s Robert Glasper was the winner.
Candydrip – Lucky Daye
Watch the Sun by PJ Morton

Drake and Jack Harlow’s Churchill Downs song is the best rap tune.
God Did Kendrick Lamar – The Heart Part 5 by DJ Khaled feat. Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend, and Fridayy is the winner.
Pushin P by Gunna and Future with Young Thug and Wait for U by Future with Drake and Tems

Most humorous album

The Closer by Dave Chappelle won.
Jim Gaffigan is a comedy powerhouse.
A Little Brains, A Little Talent: Randy Rainbow
Louis CK’s “Sorry” and “We All Scream” by Patton Oswalt

best folk record
Spellbound, a Judy Collins song
WINNER: Madison Cunningham, Revealer
The Light at the End of the Line by Janis Ian
Age of Apathy by Aoife O’Donovan
Hell on Church Street by Punch Brothers

Favorite country tune
Circles Around This Town, Maren Morris
Doin’ This by Luke Combs
I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version) by Taylor Swift (From The Vault)
I Was a Cowboy by Miranda Lambert
I’ll Love You Till The Day I Die by Willie Nelson
‘Til You Can’t by Cody Johnson, winner

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