Here’s complete winners list of Grammy Awards 2024

In a dazzling ceremony held at the heart of the entertainment industry, the 2024 Grammy Awards celebrated the diversity and talent of the music world.

Hosted by the charismatic Trevor Noah, the event featured unforgettable performances by industry giants such as Billy Joel, Miley Cyrus, U2, and more.

Women lead the nominations

The night was a showcase of women’s dominance in the music industry, with female musicians leading the nominations. However, it was Taylor Swift who stole the spotlight, clinching the coveted Album of the Year for her masterpiece “Midnights.”

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To stay ahead of the evolving music landscape, the Grammys introduced two new categories during the precast – the best dance pop recording and the best African music performance, reflecting the ever-expanding global influence of music.

Album of the year

Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” stood out among the impressive array of contenders, securing the Album of the Year award.

The artist, known for her lyrical prowess and musical innovation, continues to be a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.

Record of the year

Miley Cyrus took home the Record of the Year trophy for her soulful and captivating single “Flowers,” showcasing the artist’s versatility and undeniable talent.

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Song of the year

In the fiercely competitive Song of the Year category, Billie Eilish emerged victorious with “What Was I Made For?” from the motion picture Barbie, a testament to her songwriting prowess and creative depth.

Best new artist

The Best New Artist category witnessed an array of emerging talents, but it was Victoria Monét who claimed the coveted title, solidifying her position as a rising star in the music industry.

Producer and songwriter

Jack Antonoff’s exceptional production skills earned him the title of Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, while Theron Thomas stood out as the Songwriter of the Year, Non-Classical, showcasing the industry’s commitment to recognizing behind-the-scenes brilliance.

Pop categories

Miley Cyrus’s enchanting “Flowers” secured the Best Pop Solo Performance, while her collaboration with Brandi Carlile on “Thousand Miles” won the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category. Additionally, her album “Endless Summer Vacation” earned a nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album.

Electronic and dance categories

The Best Dance/Electronic Recording was claimed by Skrillex, Fred again.. & Flowdan for “Rumble,” while Kylie Minogue’s “Padam Padam” danced away with the Best Pop Dance Recording award.

Rock and alternative highlights

boygenius’s “Not Strong Enough” took the crown for Best Rock Performance, and Paramore’s “This Is Why” secured Best Alternative Music Performance. The Best Alternative Music Album went to boygenius for “The Record.”

R&B excellence

Coco Jones won Best R&B Performance for her soulful rendition of “ICU,” showcasing the genre’s evolving landscape and the depth of talent within.

Traditional R&B magic

PJ Morton Featuring Susan Carol won Best Traditional R&B Performance for their enchanting collaboration, “Good Morning,” demonstrating the enduring appeal of traditional R&B.