2022 Grammy Performances & Wins


2022 Grammy Performances & Wins

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The 64th Grammys celebrated the year’s music at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday (April 3).

Hosted by Trevor Noah, Silk Sonic’s Bruno Mars and Anderson.Paak kicked off the ceremony with a soulful performance of “Leave The Door Open”, which earned the duo both Song Of The Year and Best R&B Song.

Lil Nas X who was nominated for four awards, shifted through various wardrobes for a dazzling choreographic performance of “Dead Right Now”, “Montero (Call Me By Your Name”, and “Industry Baby” with Jack Harlow.

Nas, who won his first Grammy last year, delivered an epic medley of hits behind an orchestra including “I Can”, “Made You Look”, “One Mic”, and “Rare”, off his Kings Disease 2 which was nominated for Best Rap Album.

Meanwhile, H.E.R., who was nominated in several R&B categories and Album Of The Year, gave a star-studded performance of “Damage” with Jam & Lewis, “We Made It” alongside Travis Barker, and “Are You Gonna Go My Way” with legendary musician Lenny Kravitz.

Big wins throughout the evening included Tyler, The Creator winning Best Rap Album with Call Me When You Get Lost and Baby Keem earning his first Grammy award with Best Rap Performance for “Family Ties” featuring Kendrick Lamar.

Kanye West on took Best Rap Melodic Performance with “Hurricane” featuring The Weeknd and Lil Baby as well as Best Rap Song for “Jail” featuring JAY-Z. The Throne members each have 24 wins, the most in Rap in Grammy history.

Jazmine Sullivan took home two awards for Best R&B Performance (“Pick Up Your Feelings”) and Best R&B Album (Heaux Tales), while H.E.R. secured Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Fight For You”. Lucky Daye, who also performed during the evening, earned his first gramophone for Best Progressive R&B Album with his Table For Two EP.

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