Female acts, Childish Gambino win big at Grammys

Female acts, Childish Gambino win big at Grammys

The 2019 Grammys - the biggest awards show in music - took place on Sunday in Los Angeles, USA. He tied for the titled with Leon Bridge for his song "Bet Ain't Worth the Hand".

Not only was the disco dress to die for (Like, actually, I might die from how lovely it is), but Gaga's accessories were just as iconic. "All my peers that make music from their heart that do things pure and tell the truth, I wanna let you know we're playing in an opinion-based sport not a factual-based sport".

"I never dreamed that this record would be met with such love, such warmth, such positivity", said Musgraves, who performed a stately version of her song "Rainbow". "Whether we like country or rap or rock, music helps us share ourselves".

Ironically, Childish Gambino - aka Donald Glover - was not in attendance to accept either award, which were instead accepted by the show's presenters and by Gambino's collaborator, Ludwig Göransson.

The two performers shared a moment at the ceremony, when Gaga approached Cardi B to congratulate her for making history as the first solo female artist to win a best rap album Grammy award.

Naturally, the Pusha vs. Drake narrative remained a steady throughline, as it likely marked the first time they stood in each other's vicinity since the beef's vicious peak.

So when Lady Gaga started to perform it as the closer of her ENIGMA show in Las Vegas, we all began to look more critically at the rise of "Shallow". They were also given the opportunity to present best R&B album to H.E.R.

As for the rest of the night, the boys were just a tad adorable to watch as they danced along to Dolly Parton and her goddaughter Miley Cyrus performing 'Jolene'. Beyonce, Jay-Z, Ella Mai, Pharrell Williams, Hugh Jackman, Stingy, Shaggy, Dave Chappelle, "Weird Al" Yankovic, the late Chris Cornell, Greta Van Fleet and even former President Jimmy Carter also picked up early awards ahead of the live show.

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