Meet the winners of the 2024 Grammy Awards

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Among the many nominated artists, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift took the night.

On February 4, one of the most anticipated events in the music industry was held, the Grammy Awards. Like every year, based in the Sand from Los Angeles, celebrities walked the red carpet upon arrival; artists like Dua Lipa, Coco Jones, Nicki Nicole dazzled with their style and new looks.

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Miley Cyrus, SZA and Taylor Swift were honored on stage during the evening, as well as highlighting Latin talent. Figures like Featherweight, Karol G and Ruben Blades They were deservedly applauded, without leaving behind the musicians who accumulated the most nominations: Victoria Monét, Phoebe Bridgers, Olivia Rodrigo; Brandy Clark, Jon Batiste and Jack Antonoff.

However, the most notable winners of the night were Billie Eilish with “What Was I Made For?” as Best Song of the Year, and in the category of Best Song Written for Audiovisual Media. For its part, Karol G won the award for Best Urban Music Album with Tomorrow will be nice; while Taylor Swift with Midnights won Best Album of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Producer of the Year.

In addition, rock and alternative genres were recognized; winning This is why of Paramore as Best Rock Album and Performance; and The Record of boygenius as Best Alternative Music Album.

On the other hand, as always in Grammys highlighted the impressive performances but without any doubt, Miley Cyrus surprised with his performance after winning, for the first time, two categories for his song “Flowers”where he finished with great style and pride.

After this great night we can say with certainty that the Grammy Awards They did it again, highlighting the diversity and excellence in today’s music scene. So once again he has impressed us… at least until next year.

See the complete list of winners


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