Here are the winners from some of the biggest categories in this year's Grammy awards.
Date published: 6th Feb 2023
The 65th Grammy Awards saw history get made yet again. Beyonce was the recipient of the most historic moment of the night as she became the artist to receive the most Grammy awards as she took home 4 shiny new ones. The other big winners on the night included Harry Styles, Kendrick Lamar and Lizzo.
We predicted what might happen in each of the categories below last week and it turns out we had mixed results. You can find our initial predictions here. Below, you'll find the biggest winners from the 2023 ceremony.
Record of The Year- Lizzo- About Damn Time
A huge night for Lizzo who claims the coveted Record of the Year prize, plenty of artists may feel robbed but it was pretty much too close to call.
Album of the Year- Harry Styles- Harry's House
We were between harry Styles and Kendrick Lamar for this one but the pop star ran out as the eventual winner and how can we be surprised? Harry Styles has been omnipresent in pop culture over the last year and his tracks have dominated the charts.
Song of the Year- Bonnie Raitt- Just Like That
Probably the biggest shock of the night as Bonnie Raitt comes out on top against Adele, Beyonce, Taylor Swift and more. Honestly, good for Bonnie Raitt.
Best New Artist- Samara Joy
A choice that we can't have any complaints about because have you heard Samara Joy's voice? She's definitely going to go on to bigger and better things.
Best Dance/Electronic Recording- Beyonce- Break My Soul
This was a shoe-in that we called, Beyonce's Break My Soul was the first glimpse we got of her in her House music era and what a brilliant track it is. Lucky fans who got tickets to her tour will be seeing this one in person very soon,
Best Rock Album- Ozzy Osbourne- Patient Number 9
Legendary rock god Ozzy Osbourne is still bagging awards and putting young guns to shame. Ozzy Osbourne is eternal.
Best Alternative Music Album- Wet Leg- Wet Leg
A massive 2021 and 2022 saw Wet Leg come out of nowhere and not only claim fans in the UK but across the world too. This is surely a crowning achievement of their whirlwind career to date.
Best R&B Song- Beyonce- Cuff It
Again, we have more Beyonce brilliance and there was no doubt she'd be winning this award. Cuff It is up there with her very best songs and has been hard to escape over the last year.
Best Rap Album- Kendrick Lamar- Mr Morale & The Big Steppers
A statement album from arguably the best rapper around at the moment, Kendrick Lamar broke new ground, again, with Mr Morale & The Big Steppers.
Producer of the Year (Non-classical)- Jack Antonoff
Jack Antonoff's imprint on the best pop music around recently is unrivalled and is a huge factor in him winning this award. From Clairo to Taylor Swift, Lorde and many more, he is helping those pop girls soar.
Best Remixed Recording- Purple Disco Machine- About Damn Time
Purple Disco Machine was a brilliant pick for this award and he was surely closely followed by Four Tet.
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