Harry Styles won the 65th annual Grammy Award for album of the year for his smash hit album “Harry’s House,” so there’s undoubtedly a party at his house on Sunday night.
As he accepted his honor, Styles remarked, “I’ve been so, so inspired by every artist in this category with me at many different stages in my life. “I think it’s vital for us to keep in mind that there is no such thing as the best in music, especially on evenings like tonight,” the speaker said.
Styles continued, “This is lovely because it doesn’t happen to people like me very frequently.“
Some people were surprised by the winner because Beyoncé, who had a record-breaking night, Bad Bunny, who would have created history with his victory, and Adele, who was in the running for a repeat victory, were all top contenders heading into the night.
The third studio album, “Harry’s House,” by Harry Styles, debuted at No. One on the Billboard charts featured the smash single “As It Was” by Harry Styles, which remained at the top for 15 weeks.
Here are a few more noteworthy Grammys moments.
At the 65th Grammy Awards, Queen Bey created history
Queen Bey, who now has 32 Grammy awards, shattered the previous record for the most Grammy victories by an artist when she won Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for RENAISSANCE.
“I’d like to thank the queer community for your support and for creating the genre,” the icon said as she entered the platform in tears.
Sir Gorg Solti, the previous record holder, was surpassed by the CUFF IT singer.
Before his passing in 1997, the late British ( Hungarian by birth) conductor won 31 Grammy awards.
With an impressive 32 victories, Beyoncé (Queen Bey) was able to surpass Solti and seize the top spot.
Despite being late to the Grammy Awards, she graciously accepted the prize, with host Trevor Noah speculating that the celebrity was “caught in traffic.”
By winning Group Performance and Best Pop Duo, Kim Petras and Sam Smith also created history. Kim is the first transgender woman to do so, while Sam Smith is the first non-binary winner.
Harry Styles surprisingly won the top Grammy Award
Harry Styles won the night’s top prize, while Adele won for best pop solo performance. As mentioned, Harry Styles received Album of the Year for Harry’s House.
The superstar quickly buried his head in his hands after hearing the news.
Determined: Best New Artist
Olivia Rodrigo reveals the Best New Artist for this year to be MARINA JOY!
The jazz singer, 23, grew up in the Bronx of New York City.
Lizzo admires Beyoncé
Lizzo says that she missed class in the fifth grade to attend a Beyoncé performance.
Lizzo addresses the record-breaker, “You altered my life.
“I decided to devote my life to creating uplifting music.”
Beyoncé, Queen Latifah, Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, and Adele can all be seen supporting Lizzo while they are in the audience.
The First Lady presents an honor
Jill Biden, the first lady, receives the Song of the Year trophy.
And the winner is BONNIE RAITT, who beats Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, Harry Styles, and Adele to take the trophy home.
Adele wins the Grammy Awrad
Adele has won Best Pop Solo Performance for her Song Easy On Me for the fourth time.
The Grammys recognizes hip-hop
Hip-hop is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and a tonne of A-listers, including Queen Latifah, De La Soul, and Busta Rhymes, will be performing on stage.
Fans are astounded by the performance, and many have expressed their amazement on Twitter.
Dr. Dre receives a prestigious honor
Awarded the Global Impact Award is Dr. Dre.
Dr. Dre, whose real name is Andre Romelle Young, is the fourth-richest rapper in the world.
According to Wealthy Gorilla, Dr. Dre is a rapper, producer, and businessman with an estimated net worth of $780 million. He became well-known when he joined N.W.A. with Ice Cube and Eazy-E ( the gangsta rap group)
In 1992, Dr. Dre launched Death Row Records, and in 1996, he founded Aftermath Records. He co-founded Beats By Dre with producer Jimmy Iovine; Apple ultimately acquired the company in May 2014 for $3 billion.