It was indeed a women’s night at the Grammys 2021! With the awarding of the best awards during the event, it was a show that will discuss history.
Although the Grammy Awards in 2021 were a Covid self-control, it did not stop the women from shining. From Taylor Swift to Beyonce, the best awards of the evening were won by female artists.
Taylor Swift won first album album of the year three times. She won the award for the song ‘Folklore’, which resonates with quarantine and its lonely mood and storytelling, defined a terrifying summer. She is now teaming up with Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra and Paul Simon to win the most albums of the year Grammys.
American rapper Megan Thee Stallion has won both Best New Artist and Best Rap Performance for her TikTok smash ‘Savage’ remix with Beyoncé. Beyonce became the most decorated woman in Grammy history when she took her score to 28 gold gramophones awarded for best R’n’B performance, best rap performance, best rap song and best music video.
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Billie Eilish honored her second consecutive album of the year for the song ‘Everything I Wanted’. Previously, she won the award for ‘No Time To Die’ in collaboration with her brother Finneas.
The Grammy song of the year was won by R&B artist HER for the song ‘I Can’t Breathe’. The song was written in celebration of the Black Lives Matter protests in the United States last summer.
British star Dua Lipa won the best pop music album for her brilliant album ‘Future Nostalgia’, which was released just before the pandemic took over.