The 2021 Grammys occurred on Sunday (14 March), with Megan Thee Stallion, Beyoncé, and Taylor Swift all scoring top honors in what was an astounding (at this point socially separated) function.
Trevor Noah facilitated the occasion from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Despite a changed organization because of the progressing Covid pandemic, the evening incorporated a few vigorous exhibitions from Harry Styles, Cardi B, BTS, Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, and that’s just the beginning.
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The service denoted the turning of a couple of pages of Grammys history, with Beyoncé turning into the female craftsman with the most prizes, Taylor Swift turning into the primary lady to score three successes in the Album of the Year classification, and Harry Styles bringing home his first Grammy.
Here are the fundamental arguments from the 2021 Grammy Awards:
- Beyoncé turns into the female craftsman with the most Grammys ever
Beyoncé has authoritatively become the female craftsman with the most Grammys ever, with 28 prizes to her name. Four of those successes went ahead Sunday, in the Best Music Video (“Brown Skin Girl”), Best R&B Performance (“Black Parade”), Best Rap Song, and Best Rap Performance (both for “Savage” by Megan Thee Stallion highlighting Beyoncé) classifications. In her acknowledgment discourse, Beyoncé said she has been running after this achievement her whole life, and committed her successes to her kids – remarkably Blue Ivy Carter, who was a joint champ in the Best Music Video classification.
- Megan Thee Stallion rules the 2021 service
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The 26-year-old rapper, whose year has been set apart by the breakout single “Savage” just as her highlighting on Cardi B’s “WAP”, was delegated Best New Artist – turning into the first female rapper to do as such in quite a while. “Savage” at that point took Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song. It truly is no big surprise that Billie Eilish devoted her Record of the Year wins to Megan Thee Stallion – who truly would have been a meriting victor in that class as well.
- Taylor Swift turns out to be the first female craftsman to win Album of the Year multiple times
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Quick just scored one win on Sunday night, yet it denoted a significant advance in her vocation: she brought home Album of the Year for folklore, her unexpected collection recorded during the Covid pandemic. This denotes the third time she has won this honor. Quick brought home the prize in 2016 for 1989, and in 2010 for Fearless. She’s the primary female craftsman to win in that class multiple times.
- Harry Styles wins his first Grammy
It was a major night for Harry Styles as well. The British artist won his first Grammy ever, bringing home Best Pop Solo Performance for his outline beating hit “Watermelon Sugar”. He’s the primary previous One Direction part to win one of the honors – and the actual band always lost one, by the same token. He crushed Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, and Taylor Swift in that class. Styles went into the evening with three selections, yet passed up Best Pop Vocal Album (won by Dua Lipa) and Best Music Video (which went to “Earthy colored Skin Girl” by Beyoncé, Saint John, and Wizkid including Blue Ivy Carter).
- Billie Eilish takes Record of the Year and commits her discourse to Megan Thee Stallion
Billie Eilish, who cleared a year ago’s function five successes, brought home two prizes on Sunday: one for Best Song Written for Visual Media, for the James Bond subject “No Time To Die”, and the most prominent honor of the evening: Record of the Year, for “All that I Wanted”. It’s the second year straight Eilish wins this particular prize; she took it home a year ago for “Miscreant”.
In her acknowledgment discourse, Eilish lauded Megan Thee Stallion, advising her: “This is truly humiliating for me. Megan, young lady… I was going to compose a discourse about how you merit this however then I resembled, ‘It is extremely unlikely they will pick me,’ I resembled, ‘It’s hers.’ You merit this. You had a year that I believe is unstoppable. You are a sovereign—I need to cry contemplating the amount I love you. You’re so wonderful. No doubt about it.”