The 63rd Grammy Awards took place in Los Angeles at the Staples Center. Beyoncé went home as the artist of the year with nine nominations and four gold gramophones.
Here is the list of awards she bagged in case you missed out on the award show of the year:
The award for the Best R&B Performance for Black Parade.
The Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song award were given to the song Savage (Remix), featuring Megan Thee Stallion.
The Best Music Video went tothe song Brown Skin Girl.
Now, this is an impressive list of awards for someone who is known as the Queen of Pop Music and has already won over 28 Grammys throughout her career. And, talking about music of the past, we really like her song from a few years ago, Single Ladies, a sort of “official song” of the bouquet toss in a lot of ProfessionalWeddingDJ wedding parties in Italy.
The Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album went to Dua Lipa for Future Nostalgia. She rightfully deserved this award. The album is a masterpiece with amazing song choices for listeners. Songs like Don’t Start Me Now and Physical have been the number one dance numbers in the year 2020, be it wedding parties or clubs.
The Grammy is the night of the stars. Talking about stars, how can one forget Billie Eilish? She won the Record of the Yearawardfor Everything I Wanted. In 2020, this American pop star was crowned an award for Bad Guy which is still quite popular, especially its remix version of Tiësto.
The party does not stop anywhere that Taylor Swift is near. The woman made history by being the third timer to have won a Grammy for the Album of the Year Award for Folklore, this year. Previously, I Can’t Breathe ‘by H.E.R. was nominated as Song Of The Year. The success of this piece specifically depends on the deeper context that the lyrics of the song probe into which is racial discrimination and we are here for it!
Harry Styles, everyone’s Pop Icon won the Grammy for Watermelon Sugar, a summer hit that is being played on every top radio chart in the country. We have got the best remix of the song with a classy touch to the original. You can trust us to create any tune or beat to make sure that you and your friends groove on it to the fullest.
At Professional Wedding DJ, we make sure that we are up to date with the latest music trends!
Mark Henry is a wedding expert and author of several popular books on wedding planning, including “The Ultimate Wedding Checklist” and “Wedding Day Tips and Tricks.” With over a decade of experience in the wedding industry, Mark Henry has helped countless couples plan their dream weddings with ease and joy. Her writing style is warm and engaging, and her advice is always practical and actionable.