Grammys 2021: Beyoncé, Meghan Thee Stallion, Lady Gaga And Ariana Grande Win Big

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Grammys 2021 winners list: Megan Thee Stallion, Beyoncé, Billie Eilish have picked up big during this year’s awards at the music’s biggest night in Los Angeles on 14th March.

Beyoncé and Billie Eilish were among the early winners on Sunday but K-Pop band’s RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook lost the award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance to Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande for Rain on Me. Grande and Gaga together became the first female duet to win best the best pop duo category.

Grande tweeted to Gaga to celebrate their victory saying, “eternally, deeply grateful for u, for this experience, to have been a part of this song and this celebration of healing and recovery, to be able to dance in the rain with u, to call u my dear friend & to now share this. beyond thankful. congratulations queen, ti voglio bene !”

Beyoncé created history

Meghan Thee Stallion won her second Grammy for Best New Artist while Beyoncé taking home best music video for Brown Skin Girl. Stallion and Beyoncé win the Best Rap Song for Savage.

“I don’t want to cry,” Stallion said while accepting the award. “It’s been a hell of a year, but we made it!” the Body singer proclaimed.

With Savage, Beyoncé has won a total of 27 Grammy Awards and is now tied with Alison Krauss as the most Grammy-winning female artist of all time.

With this win, the female stars created history and a Guinness World Records. According to the latest post on the GWR Twitter handle, Beyoncé and Stallion are “officially the FIRST female artists to ever win the category for Best Rap Performance at the @RecordingAcad- thanks to their hit ‘Savage Remix’.”

Dua Lipa wins Best Pop Vocal Album

Dua Lipa won Best Pop Vocal Album for Future Nostalgia.

I Can’t Breathe wins Song of the Year

H.E.R. takes home Song of the Year for her powerful tune I Can’t Breathe. “I think the first thing I want to say is that I’ve never been so proud to be an artist,” H.E.R. said in her acceptance speech. “I didn’t imagine that my fear and that may pain would turn into impact, and it would possibly turn to change, and I think that’s what this is about. That’s why I write music. That’s why I do this,” the singer-songwriter noted that her song was inspired by George Floyd‘s last words while being strangled by a police officer kneeled on his neck.

Billie Eilish, who dominated last year’s awards, also won a prize for her Bond theme, No Time To Die.

Folklore is Album Of The Year.

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