The Grammy’s- Vittoria Maher ’25

The Grammy Awards, which the Recording Academy organizes, celebrate incredible accomplishments in the music industry. This event brings together musicians, producers, songwriters, and other professionals involved in the music industry. This year the Grammys were hosted on February 4th. Here are some of the highlights from that night.

Miley Cyrus won Record of The Year for her song “Flowers”, also her first Grammy. Receiving a total of 13 Grammys over the years, Taylor Swift takes home 2 Grammys for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album. Both of these are for her new album “Midnights”. “Ghost in the Machine” by SZA featuring Phoebe Bridgers took home best pop duo/group. Billie Eilish won Song of the Year for “What Was I Made For” written by her and her brother, Finneas. SZA received the award for Best Progressive R&B Album for “SOS”.  Lil Durks’ “All My Life” featuring J. Cole won Best Melodic Rap Performance. Victoria Monet won both Best New Artist and Best R&B Album for her album Jaguar II. Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance were awarded to Chris Stapleton, both for his song “White Horse”. Zach Bryan and Kacey Musgraves received Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “I Remember Everything”

Overall, this year featured incredible artists, each so deserving of the awards they won and also were nominated for. So many other categories, not just the ones highlighted above, featured remarkable songs, performances, and albums from amazing artists and groups. The Grammys this year continued the tradition of honoring excellence in music and allowing deserving artists to shine and inspire others.