Music’s biggest night is here, and the gramophones are making their rounds!
The winners for the 64th Grammy Awards are in and, with a diverse group of nominees, the Recording Academy will honored artists ranging from 95-year-old Tony Bennett to 19-year-old Olivia Rodrigo (both of which won multiple awards) in Las Vegas.

Jon Batiste took home a slew of awards, including album of the year, and the ceremony’s “Big Four” categories, which were increased from eight to 10 nominees, included Silk Sonic for record and song of the year and Olivia Rodrigo for new artist.
Meanwhile, JAY-Z also secured himself a place in the record books with his 83rd Grammy nomination, meaning he pushed past Quincy Jones to become the most-nominated person of all time. Paul McCartney’s two nods this year make him the second most nominated artist of all time, with 81. // Continue to the full article

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