Childish Gambino's searing "This is America" became the first hip-hop track to win a song of the year Grammy on Sunday, while Lady Gaga dominated the early awards and former US first lady Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance at the event.
After winning Best Pop Duo/Group performance, Gaga appeared onstage to accept the award, saying, "I wish Bradley was here with me right now".
The soundtrack for superhero movie Black Panther took best score for visual media, while Childish Gambino's searing This Is America, about police brutality and racism, won the best music video trophy.
An absent Ariana Grande, who pulled out of the show last week after a dispute with producers, won her first Grammy, best pop vocal album for "Sweetener". Check out the full winners list now!
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But this year, Gaga, Brandi Carlile and Kacey Musgraves won multiple Grammys. Her performance sent Twitter abuzz.
They are both up for album of the year, alongside Cardi B, H.E.R., Post Malone and Janelle Monae.
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He shook her hand when he arrived at the dais on the floor of the House and handed her a copy of the speech. Sometimes Pelosi's reactions were directed at her congressional party.
"So if you see someone's that hurting, don't look away", she also said in her remarks. "The point is, you've already won if you have people who are singing your songs word for word, if you're a hero in your hometown".
The 61st Grammy Awards will be broadcast from The Staples Centre in Los Angeles, California.
Canadians to watch at the show include Toronto's finest, Drake, with seven nominations. I got to thank God, thank you for looking out for me.
"Thank you so much". But it was female artists who dominated nominations in the top categories.
Hosted by 15-time Grammy victor Alicia Keys, this year's broadcast features performances by Lady Gaga, Shawn Mendes and rapper Cardi B.
A performance honoring the legacy of the late "Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin is also expected.