The 63rd Grammy Awards was quite different this year with a challenge to assemble a pandemic award show that didn’t have feeling like we were sitting on zoom wearing pajamas from the waist down. Hosted by Trevor Noah, who entertained a small audience of nominees outside of a Los Angeles venue and viewers at home, the show recognized the contributions of women and the significances of Black Lives Matter protests, showcasing essential workers and business owners who were affected by the pandemic and a wide array of tributes to musicians we lost last year.
Beyoncé, Megan Thee Stallion & H.E.R all took home the gold. As for Queen Bey, who lead the with nine nominations, she broke a record for having the most Grammys win than any other female artist in history with 28 Grammys. Beyoncé isn’t the only one in the Carter household who make history Sunday night, her daughter Blue Ivy became the second youngest person to win a Grammys with her feature in “Brown Skin Girl” for “Best Music Video” category.
Megan Thee Stallion not only dominated the stage at the Grammys performing to her singles “Body” and “Savage Remix” then closing it out with gives us the raunchiness of “WAP” with Cardi B, but she also took home three Grammys including “Best New Artist”, “Best Rap Performance” and “Best Rap Song” with Savage featuring Beyoncé.
Followed by H.E.R, who took home two Grammys including “Song Of The Year” and “Best R&B Song”. The Grammys was filled with black girl magic and these three queens conquered the night.