The 60th annual Grammys Hosted by James Corden, took place at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Musicians from Jay-Z to Beyonce to Bruno Mars to Pink to Cardi B to Kendrick Lamar were all on hand to help the night go off with a bang.
Bruno Mars ended the night as the winner, he took home a total of six awards after winning all of the categories he was nominated for – Song Of The Year for That’s What I Like, Record Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Best R&B Album for 24K Magic, Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance for That’s What I Like.
The next big winner was Kendrick Lamar, who bagged five of his seven nominations, scoring Best Music Video, Rap Song, Rap Performance, Best Rap/Sung Performance and Best Rap Album.
However, the biggest loser of the night was Jay-Z, who was nominated for a staggering eight awards but walked away with nothing at the ceremony.
Best Rap/Sung Performance – Kendrick Lamar ft Rihanna, Loyalty
Best New Artist – Alessia Cara
Best Pop Solo Performance – Ed Sheeran – Shape Of You
Best Rap Album – Kendrick Lamar, DAMN
Best Comedy Album – Dave Chappelle
Best Country Album – Chris Stapleton, From A Room: Volume 1
Song Of The Year – Bruno Mars, That’s What I Like
Record Of The Year – Bruno Mars, 24k Magic
Album Of The Year – Bruno Mars, 24k Magic
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance – Portugal. The Man – Feel It Still
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album – Tony Bennett Celebrates 90 – Various Artists; Dae Bennett, producer
Best Pop Vocal Album – Ed Sheeran, Divide
Best Dance Recording – LCD Soundsystem, Tonite
Best R&B Performance – Bruno Mars, That’s What I Like
Best Traditional R&B Performance – Childish Gambino, Redbone
Best R&B Song – Bruno Mars, That’s What I Like
Best Urban Contemporary Album – The Weeknd, Starboy
Best R&B Album – Bruno Mars, 24k Magic
Best Rap Performance – Kendrick Lamar, Humble
Best Rap Song – Kendrick Lamar, Humble
Best Latin Pop Album – Shakira, El Dorado