Here is a list of 59th annual Grammy Award winners!


The 59th Annual Grammy Awards was a star-studded ceremony at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles. The star of the night was, undoubtedly, Adele who won as many as five awards. The top three honours – Album Of The Year, Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year – were bagged by the British songstress. While Beyonce was leading the nominations list with nine to her credit, Adele stole the show and beat her in the top three categories. The Grammys 2017 was hosted by James Corden and Adele kicked off the proceedings with a fabulous rendition of ‘Hello’.

The legendary David Bowie and his album “Blackstar” won in all five of its nominated categories. Bowie, who passed away in January 2016, and “Blackstar” won four Grammys during the pre-show for best rock performance, best alternative music album, best engineered album, non-classical and best recording package. During the televised show, Bowie won best rock song and best rock performance.

Here’s the complete list of winners:

Album Of The Year – Adele for ’25’

Record Of The Year – ‘Hello’ by Adele

Song Of The Year – Adele and Greg Kurstin for ‘Hello’

Best Rap Album – ‘Coloring Book’ by Chance The Rapper

Best Urban Contemporary Album – ‘Lemonade’ by Beyonce

Best Country Solo Performance – Maren Morris for ‘My Church’

Best Rock Song – ‘Blackstar’ by David Bowie

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance – ‘Stressed Out’ by Twenty One Pilots

Best Pop Vocal Album – ’25’ by Adele

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album – ‘Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin’ by Willie Nelson

Best Pop Solo Performance – Adele for ‘Hello’

Best Alternative Music Album – ‘Blackstar’ by David Bowie

Best Rock Album – ‘Tell Me I’m Pretty’ by Cage the Elephant

Best Rock Performance – ‘Blackstar’ by David Bowie

Best Metal Performance – ‘Dystopia’ by Megadeth

Best New Artist – Chance The Rapper

Best Rap Performance – Chance The Rapper Featuring Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz for ‘No Problem’

Best Rap/Sung Performance – Drake for ‘Hotline Bling’

Best Rap Song – ‘Hotline Bling’ by Drake

Best R&B Performance – Solange for ‘Cranes In The Sky’

Best Traditional R&B Performance – Lalah Hathaway for ‘Angel’

Best R&B Song – ‘Lake By The Ocean’ by Maxwell

Best R&B Album – Lalah Hathaway for ‘Lalah Hathaway Live’

Best Country Album – Sturgill Simpson for ‘A Sailor’s Guide to Earth’

Best Country Song – ‘Humble And Kind’ by Tim McGraw

Best Country Duo/Group Performance – Pentatonix feat. Dolly Parton for ‘Jolene’

Best Jazz Instrumental Album – ‘Country For Old Men’ by John Scofield

Best Jazz Vocal Album – Gregory Porter for ‘Take Me to the Alley’

Best Contemporary Instrumental Album – ‘Culcha Vulcha’ by Snarky Puppy

Best Dance/Electronic album – Flume for ‘Skin’

Best Dance Recording – The Chainsmokers for ‘Don’t Let Me Down’

Best Music Film – ‘The Beatles: Eight Days A Week The Touring Years’ by The Beatles

Best Music Video – Beyonce for ‘Formation’

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album – ‘Love Remains’ by Hillary Scott & The Family

Best Gospel Album – ‘Losing My Religion’ by Kirk Franklin

Best Americana Album – ‘This Is Where I Live’ by William Bell

Best Latin Pop Album – ‘Un Besito Mas’ by Jesse & Joy

Best Song Written for Visual Media – Justin Timberlake for ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling’

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media – John Williams for ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media – ‘Miles Ahead’

Best Musical Theater Album – ‘The Color Purple’

 Best World Music Album – ‘Sing Me Home’ by Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble.
 Indian musician Sandeep Das was also a part of the Ensemble.