65th Annual Grammy Awards Winners


Lily Cravens

     The 65th Grammy Awards was hosted Sunday, February 5, 2023. Trevor Noah returned to host this ceremony for the thirst straight time. Beyoncé broke the record for the most wins by any artist in Grammy history, winning four out of nine nominations. She accepted the award for the Best Dance/Electronic Music Album “Renaissance,” making this her 32nd Grammy win. Harry Styles was given Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album for “Harry’s House.” Kendrick Lamar won Best Rap Album for “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers.” “Black Radio III” by Robert Glasper was awarded Best R&B Album. Bad Bunny won Best Musica Urbana Album for “Un Verano Sin Ti.” Ozzy Osbourne’s “Patient Number 9” took home Best Rock Album. “Higher” by Michael Buble won Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. Even though he was not there to accept the award, Willie Nelson won Best Country Music Album for “A Beautiful Time.” 

     These next artists listed have won for their songs or performances. Lizzo’s “About D*mn Time” won the Grammy for Record of the Year. Samara Joy was awarded Best New Artist. Bonnie Raitt accepted the award for Song of the Year. Adele accepted the Best Pop Solo Performance award for “Easy On Me.” “Cuff It” by Beyonce won Best R&B Song. Sam Smith and Kim Petras won the Grammy for Best Pop Duo or Group Performance of “Unholy.” “The Heart Part 5” by Kendrick Lamar was awarded Best Rap Performance. Brandi Carlie’s “Broken Horses” won Best Rock Performance. As for country performances, Willie Nelson’s “Live Forever” took home Best Country Solo Performance and “Never Wanted to Be That Girl” by Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde was awarded Best Country Duo or Group Performance. Before the live broadcast, Viola Davis won the Grammy for Best Audio Book Narration and Storytelling for her memoir “Finding Me.”