2024 Grammy Award updates
The 66th annual Grammy Awards Updating from Los Angeles.
The 2024 Grammy Awards, held on February 4th at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, were a night filled with unforgettable moments, heartwarming speeches, and unexpected wins.Let’s Check 2024 Grammy Award updates
Here’s what we’re covering Red carpet highlights:
Best new artist,
Victoria Monét is the Grammys’ best new artist
Record of the year
Miley Cyrus wins record of the year
Album of the year.
Taylor Swift wins album of the year
Billie and “Barbie” won song of the year.
Eilish and brother Finneas O’Connell won the Grammys’ biggest songwriting award for penning “What Was I Made For” from the “Barbie” soundtrack..
Celine Dion surprises by presenting album of the year
“When I say I’m happy to be here, I really mean it from my heart,” Dion said. “Those who have been lucky enough to be here, the Grammy Awards, must not take for granted the tremendous love and joy that music brings to our lives and to people all around the world.”
Fantasia Barrino performs a tribute to Tina Turner during the 66th annual Grammy Awards
Travis Scott takes stage at Grammys
Travis Scott brought the flames to his Grammy performance. The rap artist performed songs from his latest album “Utopia” including “My eyes” and “FE!N” where in typical Scott fashion he threw down a chair on a stage of constructed rocks and flames. Scott lost the Grammy for best rap album to Killer Mike.
Taylor Swift announces new album:
The Tortured Poets Department
“My brand new album comes out April 19. It’s called the Tortured Poets Department. I’m going to go and post the cover right now backstage,” she announced.
Taylor Swift’s watch is set to ‘Midnights’
Taylor Swift loves an Easter egg. The “Midnights” nominee donned a choker made to look like a watch. And yes, the time set to midnight
Lainey Wilson adds a Grammy to her awards harvest
This is absolutely wild y’all, this is my very first Grammy,” she say from the stage, then pay tribute to the farmers and the tiny community she comes from.
SZA wins best R&B song
“I’m out of breath because I was changing, then I took a shot — and I ran here,” SZA said, accepting her Grammy for best R&B song.
Olivia Rodrigo vanquishes ‘Vampire’ onstage
Grammy nominee Olivia Rodrigo drove a stake through “vampire” from her “GUTS” album onstage.
Standing alone against a dark backdrop tinged with red, Rodrigo belted the song with blood
Swift and Jelly Roll
Taylor Swift made her way across the arena floor to hug and talk to best new artist nominee Jelly Roll during a commercial break.
The show ended with a crowd singalong to Billy Joel’s “You May Be Right” from 1980, performed by the man himself.
The 2024 Grammys were a night of celebration, reflection, and anticipation. With its focus on inclusivity, honoring legends, and embracing new musical expressions, the ceremony left a lasting impression and paved the way for an exciting future for the awards and the music industry as a whole.