2019 Grammys

About

61st annual ceremony held in recognition of the best recordings, compositions, and artists of the eligibility year (October 2017- September 2018).

Trivia

The MusiCares Person of the Year nominee was Dolly PartonAriana Grande would not perform at the ceremony due to clashes with the show's production team.

#11
award show
Boost
Aired
February 10, 2019
Host
Alicia Keys
Most Nominations
Kendrick Lamar
#11
award show
Boost

Winners

1
Ariana Grande, 27
Best Pop Vocal Album
2
Cardi B, 28
Best Rap Album
3
Drake, 34
Best Rap Song
4
Lady Gaga, 35
Best Pop Solo Performance / Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
5
Dua Lipa, 25
Best New Artist
6
Donald Glover, 37
Record of the Year / Song of the Year / Best Rap/Sung Performance / Best Music Video
7
H.E.R., 23
Best R&B Performance / Best R&B Album
8
Bradley Cooper, 46
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
9
Pharrell Williams, 48
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
10
Tori Kelly, 28
Best Gospel Performance/Song / Best Gospel Album
11
Lauren Daigle, 29
Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song / Best Contemporary Christian Music Album
12
Luis Miguel, 51
Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano)
13
Kacey Musgraves, 32
Album of the Year / Best Country Solo Performance / Best Country Album
14
Willie Nelson, 88
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
15
Sting, 69
Best Reggae Album
16
Shaggy, 52
Best Reggae Album
17
Chris Cornell (1964-2017)
Best Rock Performance
18
Dave Chappelle, 47
Best Comedy Album
19
Quincy Jones, 88
Best Music Film
20
St. Vincent, 38
Best Rock Song
21
Jack Antonoff, 37
Best Rock Song
22
Beck, 50
Best Alternative Music Album
23
Brandi Carlile, 39
Best American Roots Performance / Best Americana Album
24
Leon Bridges, 31
Best Traditional R&B Performance
25
Buddy Guy, 84
Best Traditional Blues Album
26
Jason Crabb, 44
Best Roots Gospel Album
27
Alex Crossan, 25
Best Remixed Recording
28
Terence Blanchard, 59
Best Instrumental Composition