The 59th annual GRAMMY awards on Sunday had plenty of incredible performances, star-studded tributes, awkward mishaps and pleasant surprises to keep audiences entertained.
James Corden of “The Late Late Show” hosted the ceremonies live on CBS.
The show featured live performances from some of the biggest names in music, such as Beyoncé, A Tribe Called Quest, The Weeknd and Chance the Rapper.
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In the first award of the evening, Chance the Rapper won Best New Artist. He is only the fourth hip-hop artist to win the category, and the first black hip-hop artist to win Best New Artist since Lauryn Hill in 1999.
After an introduction from Tina Knowles, Beyoncé performed “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles,” a vision in glitter and gold. Bey later picked up the award for Best Urban Contemporary Album for “Lemonade.”
Another highlight was the tribute to Prince, featuring performances from Prince collaborators The Time as well as Bruno Mars.
Later, Chance brought gospel to the Grammys in his rousing performance of “How Great” off “Coloring Book.”
And the Grammys audience won’t soon forget A Tribe Called Quest, joined by Anderson .Paak and Busta Rhymes. The group got political with their performance of “We the People.”
Busta Rhymes slammed “President Agent Orange” and the performance finished with calls to “RESIST!”
Adele picked up awards throughout the night. When she took the stage for Album of the Year, Adele said she couldn’t possibly accept the honor, and dedicated it to Beyoncé for “Lemonade.”
See the biggest winners of the night below, and check out the full list here.
Album of the Year: “25,” Adele
Record of the Year: “Hello,” Adele
Song of the Year: “Hello,” Adele
Best Rap Album: “Coloring Book,” Chance the Rapper
Best Urban Contemporary Album: “Lemonade,” Beyonce
Best New Artist: Chance the Rapper
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: “Stressed Out,” Twenty One Pilots
Pop Solo Performance: “Hello,” Adele
Pop Vocal Album: “25,” Adele
Dance Recording: “Don’t Let Me Down,” The Chainsmokers Featuring Daya
Dance/Electronic Album: “Skin,” Flume
Rock Performance: “Blackstar,” David Bowie
Rock Album: “Tell Me I’m Pretty,” Cage the Elephant
Alternative Music Album: “Blackstar,” David Bowie
R&B Performance: “Cranes in the Sky,” Solange
Traditional R&B Performance: “Angel, Lalah Hathaway
R&B Song: “Lake By the Ocean,” Hod David & Musze, songwriters (Maxwell)
R&B Album: “Lalah Hathaway Live,” Lalah Hathaway
Rap Performance: “No Problem,” Chance the Rapper Featuring Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz
Rap/Sung Performance: “Hotline Bling,” Drake
Rap Song: “Hotline Bling,” Aubrey Graham & Paul Jefferies, songwriters (Drake)
Best Country Album: Sturgill Simpson, A Sailor’s Guide to Earth
Best Country Song: Tim McGraw, “Humble and Kind”
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