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Recapping 2023 Grammy Awards Best Moments

Recapping 2023 Grammy Awards Best Moments

The 2023 Grammy Awards was a star-studded event hosted by the talented Trevor Noah. It took place in the bustling city of Los Angeles at the cutting-edge Arena. The ceremony was filled with memorable moments that had the audience captivated from start to finish. Some of the standout moments included stunning performances by top artists, moving speeches by winners, and unexpected surprises that left everyone talking. Here’s a highlight of the best moments:

Bad Bunny Performance & Win

The Puerto Rican rapper & singer started the night off right with his energetic performance and ended up bachata’ing away with The Best Mùsica Urbana Album award.

Hip Hop Tribute Performance

The Recording Academy honored Hip Hop’s 50 years with an array of performances by LL Cool J, Queen Latifah, Public Enemy, Nelly, Salt-n-Peppa … and more.

Beyoncé Makes History

Beyonce became the most decorated artist in Grammy history with her 32nd career win, breaking records set in 1997.

Lizzo Wins For Record Of The Year

Not only did Lizzo take us to church with her breathtaking performance, but the singer also took home an award for her record “About Damn Time”

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Viola Davis Became The 18th EGOT Winner

Davis has completed her EGOT collection with the win of the audiobook of her memoir “Finding Me.” She already had an Emmy for her role in “How to Get Away with Murder,” an Oscar for “Fences,” and two Tony Awards for “King Hedley III” and “Fences.”

We send our congratulations to all of the talented winners. Overall, it was a night to remember and a celebration of the best in music.

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