The biggest winners at the Grammy’s awards 2019

Helen Ku, Head Copy Editor

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Grammys 2019 took place February 10 at the LA Staples Centers, but was live broadcasted on multiple television networks. The show was hosted by singer Alicia Keys, a 15-time Grammy winner, who filled up slots with performances rather than skits.
The performance lineup was also packed with singer Musgraves, Brandi Carlile, H.E.R., Dua Lipa, St. Vincent, Cardi B and Camila Cabello.
Kacey Musgraves won album of the year for “Golden Hour” and in her acceptance speech, she addressed and credited her sister for designing all of her album covers. In total, Musgraves brought home four Grammys, making her one of the stars of the night. Her other awards consisted of recognitions in the country genre.
Childish Gambino was awarded record of the year. His song “This Is America” became the first rap song to be awarded in this category. Cardi B became the first woman to win best rap album with her album “Invasion of Privacy.” In her speech, she thanked her daughter Kulture, explaining that her pregnancy forced her to get her album and videos off the list before her stomach started showing.
Dua Lipa was awarded best new artist. The singer paid tribute to individuality and staying yourself no matter the situation in her speech.
Two stage tributes took place at the Grammys this year. One was to the late singer Donny Hathaway and was sung by Chloe x Halle. This duo signed with Beyonce late 2015 after being former youtube stars and were up for best new artist and their performance didn’t disappoint.
The second tribute was performed by Jennifer Lopez who performed a medley of Motown hits along with Sammy Robinson and Ne Yo which she dedicated to her mom.
Unfortunately, singer Ariana Grande did not show up to the Grammys this year. Because of a disagreement with the Grammy producers over which songs she would perform, Grande did not attend the show she has been promoting all over LA’s billboards.