In Los Angeles (California) is the 59th ceremony of the prestigious music awards “Grammy”. All winners are listed on the website of the award.
Thus, the composition of British singer Adele Hello received the award “Grammy” in the nomination “song of the year”. For the award in this category also struggled Beyonce (Formation), canadian pop singer Justin Bieber (Love Yourself), American Mike Posner (I Took a Pill in Ibiza) and the Danish band Lukas Graham (“Graham Lucas”), for their song 7 Years.
Adele also won the award “Grammy” in a nomination “record of the year” for his song Hello. The song competed with the single Formation of American women Beyonce song 7 Years the Danish pop band Lukas Graham, and a hit with Stressed Out of the group Twenty One Pilots and joint track with Rihanna and Drake called Work.
The drive, Adel “25” won in the nomination “album of the year”.
Adele album “25” was recognized as best pop album for the year. For the right to receive the award in this nomination also struggled canadian pop singer Justin Bieber (album Purpose), Australian singer SIA (This Is Acting), as well as American stars Ariana Grande (Dangerous Woman) and demi Lovato (of Confident).
In addition, Adele has received the award in the category “Best pop solo performance” for the song Hello. In this category she beat the American singer Beyonce with the song Hold Up, Justin Bieber (Love Yourself) and American Kelly Clarkson (Piece by Piece) and Ariana Grande (Dangerous Woman).
American hip-hop artist Chance the Rapper (chance the Rapper) received a Grammy as best new artist. With Chance the Rapper competed novice American country singer Kelsey Ballerini and Maren Morris, DJ Duo The Chainsmokers (“Chainsmokers”), hip hop artist Anderson Park.
Canadian hip hop artist Drake became the owner of the award “Grammy” in the category “Best rap song” for his song Bling Hotline. Competition Drake was famous rapper Kanye West from his songs and Famous Ultralight Beam, hip-hop artists fat Joe and Remy MA with their joint track All the Way Up, as well as the American Chance the Rapper (chance the Rapper) with the song No Problem. Bling Hotline was also awarded in the category “Best collaborative rap performance”.
Disc the American singer Beyonce Lemonade named “Best album in the style of urban” at the ceremony of the award “Grammy”. 35-year-old star has bypassed in this nomination Barbadian singer Rihanna from her drive Anti, American Christopher Gallant (Ology), female trio King (We Are King) and the rising star Anderson Park (Malibu). Before presenting the award, Beyonce, who recently announced that pregnant with twins , has performed two of his songs from the disc Lemonade.
“The best album in the style of a rhythm-n-Blues” named drive Lalah Hathaway Live singer Lala Hathaway. In the nomination “the Best song in the rhythm-n-Blues” won song of the American artist Maxwell Lake by the Ocean. Award in the category “Best performance by rhythm-n-Blues” went to Solange Knowles for her track Cranes in the Sky.
Americans Twenty One Pilots have become owners of “Grammy” in the category “Best pop performance by a Duo or group” for their track Stressed Out.
Twenty One Pilots managed to get around in this category DJ-Duo The Chainsmokers and the American singer Halsey for their joint track “Closer”, the Danish team Lukas Graham song for 7 Years, This Australian and Jamaican artist Sean Paul for the song Cheap Thrills, and Barbadian singer Rihanna and canadian rapper Drake (Work).
The famous British singer David Bowie, who died in January last year, received the award “Grammy” in the category “Best rock song” for the song Blackstar of the same album.
For the award in this nomination also claimed the British band Radiohead with the song Burn the Witch, an American band Twenty One Pilots with the composition of the Heathens, their compatriots Highly Suspect with the track My Name Is Human, Metallica with the single Hardwired. Bowie also received three awards in the categories “Best alternative album” (disc Blackstar), “Best rock performance” (the song Blackstar) and “Best engineered non-classical album” (disc Blackstar). According to TASS, so the musician, who passed away at the age of 69 from liver cancer, was honored with awards in all four categories in which he was nominated this year.
In addition, the designer Jonathan barnbrook, who worked on the cover and the booklet of the album Blackstar, received a “Grammy” for best album artwork.
In a recording that won in the category “Best choral performance” were part of the Russian Opera singer
Soloist of the Mariinsky theatre Anna Netrebko nominated for a Grammy in the category “Best classical solo album” for the album Verismo, remained without awards. The award in this nomination was divided between the German soprano Dorothea, Rechmann (album Schumann & Berg) and the British Opera and chamber musician Ian Bostridge (Shakespeare Songs). They managed to get past, in addition to Netrebko, Czech Opera singer Magdalena Cojanu (album Monteverdi) and the Frenchwoman Sabine Devel (Mozart: The Weber Sisters).
The award in the category “Best album with surround sound” was awarded to the native of Russia Dmitry Lipay and his son Alexander, who as sound engineers worked on the drive Dutilleux: Sur Le Meme Accord; Les Citations; Mystуre De L’instant & Timbres, Espace, Mouvement recorded by the Seattle Symphony orchestra. For the record Lipaev was also nominated in the category “Best sound engineer on the classical album”, but remained without awards.
The award in the category “Best choral performance” for the album Penderecki Conducts Penderecki, Volume 1 received the famous Polish conductor and composer Krzysztof Penderecki. This is a recording of a performance of the Warsaw Philharmonic orchestra under the baton of 83-year-old Maestro and the choir of the Warsaw national Philharmonic of several works authored by the Penderecki. In the recording participated as one of the soloists of Russian Opera singer Nikolay Didenko, however, according to the rules, a Grammy in this category is awarded only to the conductor of the orchestra and choir.
Latvian conductor Andris Nelsons received the award for “Best orchestral performance” for the recording of Shostakovich Under Stalin?s Shadow – Symphonies Nos. 5, 8 & 9 performed by the Boston Symphony orchestra under his baton.
In the category “Best music film” won the documentary “The Beatles: Eight days a week” (The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years) for the authorship of famous Director Ron Howard, tells about the legendary “Liverpool four”.
Her competed a short film called “Lemonade” (Lemonade), released as an accompaniment to the eponymous beyoncé album, the documentary “Sleep when I die” (I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead), a story about an American DJ and composer Steve Aoki, the painting “Music of strangers” (The Music of Strangers – Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble) about the famous American cellist of Chinese origin yo-yo MA, as well as a television concert with participation of stars of the American country scene released on video under the title “American Saturday Night: Live From The Grand Ole Opry”.
The soundtrack to the film “Star wars: the force awakens” (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, 2015) for the authorship of the composer John Williams received the award “Grammy” in the nomination “the Best album that was the soundtrack to the film, TV or media”.
Williams managed to get around composer Thomas Newman with its sound track for the movie “Spy bridge” (Bridge of Spies, 2015) Steven Spielberg, Carsten Nicolai and Ryuichi Sakamoto, who wrote the music for Oscar-winning film “the Survivors” (The Revenant, 2015) with Leonardo DiCaprio, Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein (episode “a Very strange case,” Stranger Things, 2016 – present), as well as work the famous 88-year-old Italian composer Ennio Morricone for the painting by Quentin Tarantino “Disgusting eight” (The Hateful Eight, 2015).
Performed Justin Timberlake’s song “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” to the cartoon “Trolls,” (Trolls, 2016) won the award for “Best song written for movie, TV or media”.
These awards were given at a preliminary ceremony in which Grammys are awarded primarily in secondary and technical categories.