Beyoncé, Taylor Swift make history at Grammy Awards 2021


Beyoncé won Best R&B Performance for “BLACK PARADE” at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards, making history as she became the performing artist with the most career GRAMMY wins ever, totalling 28.

It is her fourth GRAMMY win of the evening. Her iconic daughter Blue Ivy also won as a collaborator.

She is now the most-awarded woman in Grammys history, overtaking bluegrass singer Alison Krauss.

Taylor Swift also made history with his 11th career GRAMMY win and third Album Of The Year win. She won Album Of The Year for Folklore.

The “mirror ball” singer/songwriter accepted the award wearing a floral print dress, alongside her collaborators Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner.

H.E.R. won Song Of The Year for “I Can’t Breathe” at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards. This marks her second career GRAMMY win and firwt win of the evening.

Dua Lipa won Best Pop Vocal Album for Future Nostalgia at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards. This marks her second career GRAMMY win and first win of the evening.

Beyoncé was also part of another historic moment – when Megan Thee Stallion became the first female artist to bag the best rap song award.

BTS took over the 2021 GRAMMYs stage as they closed out the show their inescapable feel-good hit, “Dynamite”.

The song’s title is indicative of the boy band’s career trajectory, carving out a place in history when “Dynamite” became the first chart-topper by an all-South Korean act. All seven members rose to the celebratory occasion as they transformed Seoul, Korea into a spot-on replica of downtown Los Angeles since they couldn’t attend the ceremony.

Hosted by Trevor Noah, the show kicked off with three back-to-back performances from Harry Styles, Billie Eilish and Haim, who performed from a circle of stages that recalled the set-up of Jools Holland’s BBC TV show.

Styles raised the curtain with his hit single Watermelon Sugar, sporting a lime green feather boa and an open-chested leather jacket.

The majority of the ceremony was held in a marquee outside the LA Convention Center, with nominees sitting at socially-distanced tables.

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