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2020 Grammy Awards: Winners

Billie Eilish made history at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards, becoming the youngest person to win the show’s four biggest awards: Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best New Artist, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The 18-year-old Eilish also won Best Pop Vocal Album, ultimately winning five of the six categories she was nominated in. After winning for Song of the Year, “Bad Guy,” Eilish said, “I never thought this would happen in my whole life. I feel like I jump around at these things and I never take anything seriously, but I genuinely want to say that I’m so grateful and I’m honored to be here.” Lizzo also had a big night, picking up a win for Best Pop Solo Performance for “Truth Hurts,” plus two R&B awards.

After a 47-year wait, country singer Tanya Tucker won her first Grammys for Best Country Album and Best Country Song. “After 50 years in this business, and it’s still unbelievable to me that I still have a few firsts left,” she said. “After 14 trips, 14 nominations, this is the first win, and I can’t believe it.”

Other winners included Tyler, the Creator, who won Best Rap Album for Igor, posthumous win for Nipsey Hussle, and a win for former first lady Michelle Obama, who took home the prize for Best Spoken Word Album for Becoming.

Here are many of Sunday’s Grammy Winners (you can see the complete list at the link below):

  • Album of the Year: When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? — Billie Eilish
  • Record of the Year: “Bad Guy” — Billie Eilish
  • Song of the Year: “Bad Guy” — Billie Eilish O’Connell & Finneas O’Connell, songwriters
  • Best New Artist: Billie Eilish
  • Best Pop Solo Performance: “Truth Hurts” — Lizzo
  • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: “Old Town Road” — Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus
  • Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Look Now — Elvis Costello & The Imposters
  • Best Pop Vocal Album: When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? — Billie Eilish
  • Best Rock Song: “This Land” — Gary Clark Jr.
  • Best Rock Performance: “This Land” — Gary Clark Jr.
  • Best Metal Performance: “7empest” — Tool
  • Best Rock Album: Social Cues — Cage The Elephant
  • Best Alternative Music Album: Father Of The Bride — Vampire Weekend
  • Best R&B Performance: “Come Home” — Anderson .Paak Featuring André 3000
  • Best Traditional R&B Performance: “Jerome” — Lizzo
  • Best R&B Song: “Say So” — PJ Morton, songwriter (PJ Morton Featuring JoJo)
  • Best Urban Contemporary Album: Cuz I Love You (Deluxe) — Lizzo
  • Best R&B Album: Ventura — Anderson .Paak
  • Best Rap Performance: “Racks In The Middle” — Nipsey Hussle Featuring Roddy Ricch & Hit-Boy
  • Best Rap/Sung Performance: “Higher” — DJ Khaled Featuring Nipsey Hussle & John Legend
  • Best Rap Song: “A Lot” — Jermaine Cole, Dacoury Natche, 21 Savage & Anthony White, songwriters (21 Savage Featuring J. Cole)
  • Best Rap Album: Igor — Tyler, The Creator
  • Best Country Solo Performance: “Ride Me Back Home” — Willie Nelson
  • Best Country Duo/Group Performance: “Speechless” — Dan + Shay
  • Best Country Song: “Bring My Flowers Now” — Brandie Carlile, Phil Hanseroth, Tim Hanseroth & Tanya Tucker, songwriters
  • Best Country Album: While I’m Livin’ — Tanya Tucker
  • Best Latin Pop Album: #Eldisco — Alejandro Sanz
  • Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album: El Mal Querer — Rosalía
  • Best American Roots Performance: “Saint Honesty” — Sara Bareilles
  • Best American Roots Song: “Call My Name” — Sarah Jarosz, Aoife O’Donovan & Sara Watkins, songwriters (I’m With Her)
  • Best Americana Album: Oklahoma — Keb’ Mo’
  • Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Storytelling): Becoming — Michelle Obama
  • Best Comedy Album: Sticks & Stones — Dave Chappelle
  • Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical: When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? — Rob Kinelski & Finneas O’Connell, engineers; John Greenham, mastering engineer (Billie Eilish)
  • Best Music Film: Homecoming — Beyoncé
  • Best Dance Recording: “Got To Keep On” — The Chemical Brothers
  • Best Dance/Electronic Album: No Geography — The Chemical Brothers

    For the complete list of winners, CLICK HERE.

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