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Who Won What at the 2018 Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards have become the most viewed awards ceremony on television, with over 47 million viewers each year. It’s the most important night in music and has been for the past 60 years but if you forgot to tune in last night we’ve got you covered. Here’s a recap of who won what.


Kendrick Lamar and Bruno Mars were the stars of the night, each taking home multiple awards for their work this past year. Mars swept the General field and Kendrick took home every award from the Rap category and ‘Best Music Video’. The Weeknd won an award for ‘Best Urban Contemporary Album’ for the second year in a row. Ed Sheeran took home ‘Best Pop Solo Performance’ for “Shape Of You” and Portugal. The Man won the same award but for groups and duos with “Feel It Still.” The nominees for ‘Best New Artist’ were tough, but Alessia Cara took home the title against Khalid, Lil Uzi Vert, Julia Michaels, and SZA.

<> at Madison Square Garden on January 28, 2018 in New York City.

We couldn’t forget the Dance and Electronic category, and this year paid homage to some industry legends. LCD Soundsystem took home the award for ‘Best Dance Recording’ with “Tonite.” Other nominees included Camelphat & Elderbrook‘s “Cola” and “Line Of Sight” by Odesza. ‘Best Dance/Electronic Album’ went to Kraftwerk for 3-D The Catalogue.


With 84 categories we couldn’t possibly cover it all, but you can find a full list of winners here.

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