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Beyoncé broke an amazing record, Harry Styles won album of the year - the winners of the 2023 Grammy ceremony - voila! culture


Beyoncé tonight became the most decorated artist in the history of the Grammys, with 32 awards in total. Harry Styles took home three awards, including album of the year. Kendrick Lamar won the AL award

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Beyonce wins the Grammy tonight (Photo: GettyImages, Michael Kovac/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

Tonight (between Sunday and Monday) the 2023 Grammy Awards ceremony was held in Los Angeles. Comedian Trevor Noah hosted for the third time in a row.

Beyoncé, who was nominated for nine awards, already breaking the record for the number of wins for a single singer, broke another one tonight when she raked in the largest cumulative number of wins of any artist to date.

The record previously belonged to orchestra and opera conductor Georg Schulti, who died in 1997.

Beyoncé won four awards tonight for her latest album, "Renaissance", including the R&B Song of the Year ("Cuff It") and the Dance/Electronic Album of the Year.

When she went on stage to receive the fourth statuette, the audience stood up in her honor with thunderous applause and the singer had a hard time holding back her tears.

It should be noted that in the number of nominations, Beyonce has the largest number, 88, a record she shares with her husband, Jay-Z.

Besides Beyoncé, the religious gospel group Maverick City Music and the veteran blues singer Bonnie Raitt also won four awards tonight.

One of the latter's wins was for the song of the year - "Just Like That".

Harry Styles won three awards tonight, including album of the year for "Harry's House".

Lizo won the Record of the Year award for the song "About Damn Time".

Samara Joy won the Best New Artist award.

Kendrick Lamar won Best Rap Album for "Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers."

Willie Nelson won Country Album for "A Beautiful Time."

Adele won the 16th Grammy of her career when "Easy on Me" was named Best Pop Vocal Performance.

Sam Smith and Kim Peters took home the award for Best Pop Performance/Duo for "Unholy."

Peters is the first transgender woman to win the category.

Another noteworthy win: actress Viola Davis joined the EGOT club tonight, those who have won the four most coveted awards in their field - Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony.

She received the Grammy Award for the narration she did for the audiobook of her autobiography, Finding Me.

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Harry Styles, Lizzo, Mary J. Blige, Bud Bunny and Brandi Carlyle were among the artists who performed at the ceremony.

One of the biggest moments during it was a show that celebrated 50 years of hip-hop, with the involvement of some of the legends of the genre.

Questlab from the Roots band served as producer and musical director, and together with his band he accompanied the piece musically.

El El Cole J presented the show, and among the participants could be named De La Soul, Big Boy, Basta Rhymes, Missy Elliott, Future, Grandmaster Flash, Lil Wayne, Ice-T, Method Man, Nelly, Public Enemy, Kevin Latifah, Rakim, Ran DMC, Salt-N-Pepa and others.

The edited and translated Grammy ceremony will be broadcast tonight (Monday) at 21:30 Bis TV Drama.

These are the winners of some of the main awards tonight.

Record of the year

Abba - Don't Shut Me Down

Adele - Easy On Me

Beyoncé - Break My Soul

Mary J Blige - Good Morning Gorgeous

Brandi Carlyle Hosts Luscious You And Me On The Rock

Doja Kat - Woman

Steve Lacy - Bad Habit

Kendrick Lamar - he Heart Part 5

Lizzo - About Damn Time

Harry Styles - As It Was

Album of the year

Abba - Voyage

Adele - 30

Bad Bunny - Un Verano Sin Ti

Beyoncé - Renaissance

Mary J. Blige - Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe)

Brandi Carlyle - In These Silent Days

Coldplay - Music Of The Spheres

Kendrick Lamar - Mr.

Morale & The Big Steppers

Lizo - Special

Harry Styles - Harry's House

song of the year

Gail - Abcdefu

Lizo - About Damn Time

Taylor Swift - All Too Well

Harry Styles - As It Was

Steve Lacy - Bad Habit

Beyoncé - Break My Soul

Adele - Easy On Me

DJ Cald hosts Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, J Jay-Z, John Legend and Friday - God Did

Kendrick Lamar - The Heart Part 5

Bonnie Raitt - Just Like That

Best New Artist


Omar Apolo

Domi and JD Beck

Mooney Long

Samara Joy



Tobi Nwegwa

Molly Tuttle

Wet Leg

Best pop solo performance

Adele - Easy On Me

Bad Bunny - Moscow Mule

Doge Kat - Woman

Steve Lacy - Bad Habit

Lizo - About Damn Time

Harry Styles - As It Was

Best pop duo/band performance

Abba - Don't Shut Me Down

Camila Cavio hosts Ed Sheeran - Bam Bam

Coldplay and BTS - My Universe

Post Malone and Doja Kat - I Like You (A Happier Song)

Sam Smith and Kim Petras - Unholy

The best rap album

DJ Cald - God Did

Future - Never Liked You

Jack Harlow - Come Home The Kids Miss You

Kendrick Lamar - Mr.

Morale & The Big Steppers

Pusha Tee - It's Almost Dry

Best R&B album

Mary J Blige - Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe)

Chris Brown - Breezy (Deluxe)

Robert Glasper - Black Radio III

Lucky Day - Candydrip

PJ Morton - Watch The Sun

The best alternative album

Arcade Fire - WE

Big Thief - Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You

York - Fossora

Wet Leg - Wet Leg

Ye Ye Yehz - Cool It Down

The best rock album

The Black Keys - Dropout Boogie

Elvis Costello and the Imposters - The Boy Named If

Idols - Crawler

Machine Gun Kelly - Mainstream Sellout

Ozzy Osbourne - Patient Number 9

Spon - Lucifer On The Sofa

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