Grammy Awards 2024: Taylor Swift crowned, discover the winners

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The 66th Grammy Awards ceremony was held this Sunday in Los Angeles. Taylor Swift is the big winner of the year with singers Victoria Monét and Phoebe Bridgers, ahead of Miley Cyrus who is finally rewarded.

Queen Taylor Swift is making Grammy history. The American ceremony which rewards musical artists took place this Sunday, February 4, at the Arena in Los Angeles. During an evening which saw performances from Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, Dua Lipa, but also Tracy Chapman and Joni Mitchell, the insurmountable Taylor Swift left her mark on the ceremony by winning for the fourth time of his career the most coveted prize of the event, that of album of the year. A record for the Grammys. She is ahead of Franck Sinatra, Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon.

On stage, the “Cruel Summer” singer received her award for the album “Midnights” from Céline Dion and took the opportunity to announce the release of a new album on April 19, entitled “The Tortured Poets Department “.

Victoria Monét, revelation of the year

For her part, Miley Cyrus was rewarded for her hit “Flowers” ​​which took first place in the singles chart at the start of 2023. Her title won the prize for recording of the year and best pop performance. alone.

Miley Cyrus, Grammy Awards, Los Angeles, February 4, 2024
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Another notable award, the revelation of the year attributed to the American singer Victoria Monét, who also won best R&B album with “Jaguar II”, as well as best album design other than classical music.

It is therefore three trophies that the revelation of the year won this Sunday, tied with the singer SZA, the rapper Killer Mike and the group boygenius. A supergroup whose singer Phoebe Bridgers emerges as the most awarded artist of the evening with 4 trophies, including that of best pop group or duo performance for her collaboration with SZA on “Ghost in the Machine”.

Victoria Monét, Grammy Awards, Los Angeles, February 4, 2024
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The main awards from the 66th Grammy Awards:

  • Taylor Swift, ” Midnights »: Album of the year
  • Miley Cyrus, flowers »: Record of the year
  • Billie Eilish, What was I made for? »: Song of the year
  • Victoria Monet »: Best New Artist
  • Miley Cyrus“Flowers”: Best pop solo performance
  • SZA and Phoebe Bridgers“Ghost in the Machine”: Best pop vocal performance by a duo or group
  • Taylor Swift, “ Midnights »: Best pop vocal album
  • Boygenius“Not Strong Enough”: Best rock performance
  • Paramore, “ This Is Why »: Best rock album
  • Boygenius, The Record »: Best alternative music album
  • SZA, “ Snooze »: Best R&B song
  • Killer Mike, Scientists & Engineers »: Best rap song
  • Killer Mike, Michael » : Best rap album:
  • Karol G, “ Mañana Será Bonito »: Best Música Urban album

Discover the complete list on the official Grammy Awards website

The ceremony on WECB Hits, February 5

Exclusively in France, the 66th Grammy Awards ceremony will be broadcast on Monday February 5 on the channel WECB Hits At 20 o ‘clock. A replay will be available from Friday February 9 at 8 p.m.


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