Grammy Awards Crown Pop Solo Performance to Record of the Year, Much More

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Fulwell 73 Productions began the fourth year for the 66th Grammy Awards hosted by comedian Trevor Noah in addition to a lineup of presenters with performances by top talent in the industry taking the stage on February 4th for this year's music's biggest night broadcast live on CBS.

Grammy Awards was available to stream on Paramount+ and the premiere ceremony streamed on includes exclusive behind-the-scenes, performances, acceptance speeches, interviews from the red carpet, and much more via the Recordings Academy’s digital experience from the same website.

Song of the Year nominee Dua Lipa entered the stage to give an awesome performance early in the night which cut to late-night show host Trevor Noah's monologue. The first award of the evening for Pop Solo Performance was crowned to Miley Cyrus for "Flowers." It was followed by a breathless performance by country singer-songwriter Luke Combs and beloved singer and songwriter, Tracy Chapman. Following that was a performance from leading nominee and recognized R&B artist SZA along with recent Golden Globe winner Billie Eilish singing her recorded track ''What Was I Made For'' written for Barbie.

Dua Lipa
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Much later Miley Cyrus came out to the stage to give a standout performance of the song that won her first Grammy award. Another Grammy was awarded in addition as Lizzo came to the stage and presented the Grammy for Best R&B Song to SZA's "Snooze" which was followed by more stellar performances. The night steers direction to yet another music performance broadcast live from Las Vegas and awarding Best Pop Vocal Album to Taylor Swift for Midnights.

Music legend Stevie Wonder pays a tribute and performance to the late Tony Bennett plus more celebrated life and work to the late music artists. The biggest highlight of the music's biggest night was Jay-Z walking out to the stage to accept the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award.

Jay-Z, Blue Ivy Carter
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Lionel Richie entered the stage to present the Grammy for Song of the Year to Billie Eilish and Finneas for ''What Was I Made For.'' In addition Miley Cyrus also took home Record of the Year for ''Flowers''.


The final category of the night was crowned to Taylor Swift for Midnights making a historic win with her as it was her 14th Grammy Award and her 4th Album of the Year Grammy.

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