Monday, February 14, 2011

2011 Grammy Awards: The Winners!

The 53rd annual Grammy Awards went underway at the Staples Center in Los Angeles Sunday. The night's biggest recipients were Lady Antebellum for their hit song/album on drunken heartbreak, Need You Now, followed by Jay-Z, John Legend, Eminem and Lady Gaga.

The list of the night's winners are as follows:

Album of the Year
‘The Suburbs’ — Arcade Fire
‘Recovery’ — Eminem
‘Need You Now’ — Lady Antebellum
‘The Fame Monster’ — Lady Gaga
‘Teenage Dream’ — Katy Perry

Song of the Year
‘Beg, Steal or Borrow’ — Ray LaMontagne
‘Forget You’ — Cee-Lo Green
‘The House That Built Me’ — Miranda Lambert
‘Love the Way You Lie’ — Eminem Feat. Rihanna
‘Need You Now’ — Lady Antebellum

Record of the Year
‘Nothing on You’ — B.o.B. Feat. Bruno Mars
‘Love the Way You Lie’ — Eminem Feat. Rihanna
‘Forget You’ — Cee-Lo Green
‘Empire State of Mind — Jay-Z Feat. Alicia Keys
‘Need You Now’ — Lady Antebellum

Best New Artist
Justin Bieber
Florence and the Machine
Mumford and Sons
Esperanza Spalding

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
‘King of Anything’ — Sara Bareilles
‘Halo (Live)’ — Beyoncé
‘Chasing Pirates’ — Norah Jones
‘Bad Romance’ — Lady Gaga
‘Teenage Dream’ — Katy Perry

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
‘Haven’t Met You Yet’ — Michael Bublé
‘This is It’ — Michael Jackson
‘Whataya Want from Me’ — Adam Lambert
‘Just the Way You Are’ — Bruno Mars
‘Half of My Heart’ — John Mayer

Best Pop Performance by a Group or Duo with Vocals
‘Don’t Stop Believin’ (Regionals Version)’ — ‘Glee‘ cast
‘The Only Exception’ — Paramore
‘Babyfather’ — Sade
‘Hey, Soul Sister (Live)’ — Train
‘Misery’ — Maroon 5

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
‘Airplanes, Part II’ — B.o.B., Eminem & Hayley Williams
‘Imagine’ — Herbie Hancock, Pink, India.Arie, Seal, Konono No 1, Jeff Beck & Oumou Sangare
‘If it Wasn’t for Bad’ — Elton John & Leon Russell
‘Telephone’ — Lady Gaga & Beyoncé
‘California Gurls’ — Katy Perry & Snoop Dogg

Best Pop Vocal Album
‘My World 2.0′ — Justin Bieber
‘I Dreamed a Dream’ — Susan Boyle
‘The Fame Monster’ — Lady Gaga
‘Battle Studies’ – John Mayer
‘Teenage Dream’ — Katy Perry

Best Dance Recording
‘Only Girl (In the World)’ — Rihanna
‘Rocket’ — Goldfrapp
‘In For The Kill’ — La Roux
‘Dance in the Dark’ — Lady Gaga
‘Dancing On My Own’ — Robyn

Best Female Country Vocal Performance
‘Satisfied’ — Jewel
‘The House That Built Me’ — Miranda Lambert
‘Swingin” — LeAnn Rimes
‘Temporary Home’ — Carrie Underwood
‘I’d Love to Be Your Last’ – Gretchen Wilson

Best Male Country Vocal Performance
‘Til Summer Comes Around’ — Keith Urban
‘Macon’ - Jamey Johnson
‘Cryin’ For Me’ — Toby Keith
‘Turning Home’ — David Nail
‘Gettin’ You Home’ — Chris Young

Best Country Performance By a Duo Or Group With Vocals
‘Need You Now’ — Lady Antebellum
‘Free’ - Zac Brown Band
‘Elizabeth’ — Dailey & Vincent
‘Little White Church’ — Little Big Town
‘Where Rainbows Never Die’ - The SteelDrivers

Best Country Song
‘The Breath You Take’ – George Strait
‘Free’ — Zac Brown Band
‘The House That Built Me’ — Miranda Lambert
‘I’d Love to Be Your Last’ — Gretchen Wilson
‘If I Die Young’ — The Band Perry
‘Need You Now’ — Lady Antebellum

Best Country Album
‘Up on the Ridge’ — Dierks Bentley
‘You Get What You Give’ — Zac Brown Band
‘The Guitar Song’ — Jamey Johnson
‘Need You Now’ — Lady Antebellum
‘Revolution’ — Miranda Lambert

Best Rock Song
‘Angry World’ — Neil Young
‘Little Lion Man’ — Mumford & Sons
‘Radioactive’ — Kings Of Leon
‘Resistance’ — Muse
‘Tighten Up’ — The Black Keys

Best Rock Album
‘Emotion & Commotion’ — Jeff Beck
‘The Resistance’ — Muse
‘Backspacer’ — Pearl Jam
‘Mojo’ – Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
‘Le Noise’ — Neil Young

Best Female R&B Vocal Performance
‘Bittersweet’ — Fantasia
‘Gone Already’ — Faith Evans
‘Everything To Me’ — Monica
‘Tired’ — Kelly Prince
‘Holding You Down’ — Jazmine Sullivan

Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
‘There Goes My Baby’ – Usher
‘Second Chance’ — El DeBarge
‘Finding My Way Back’ — Jaheim
‘Why Would You Stay’ — Kern
‘We’re Still Friends’ — Musiq Soulchild

Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals
‘Solider of Love’ - Sade
‘Love’ - Chuck Brown, Jill Scott, & Marcus Miller
‘Take My Time’ - Chris Brown & Tank
‘You’ve Got a Friend’ - Ronald Isley & Aretha Franklin
‘Shine’ - John Legend & The Roots

Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance
‘Hang On In There’ - John Legend & The Roots
‘When A Woman Loves’ - R. Kelly
‘You’re So Amazing’ - Calvin Richardson
‘In Between’ - Ryan Shaw
‘Go [Live]‘ - Betty Wright

Best Urban/Alternative Performance
‘F*** You’ - Cee Lo Green
‘Little One’ - Bilal
‘Orion’ - Carolyn Malachi
‘Tightrope’ - Janelle Monae & Big Boi
‘Still’ - Eric Roberson

Best R&B Song
‘Bittersweet’ — Fantasia
‘Finding My Way Back’ — Jaheim
‘Second Chance’ — El DeBarge
‘Shine’ — John Legend & The Roots
‘Why Would You Stay’ — Kem

Best R&B Album
‘The Love & War Masterpeace’ — Raheem DeVaughn
‘Back To Me’ — Fantasia
‘Another Round’ — Jaheim
‘Wake Up!’ — John Legend & The Roots
‘Still Standing’ — Monica

Best Contemporary R&B Album
‘Graffiti’ — Chris Brown
‘Untitled’ — R. Kelly
‘Transition’ — Ryan Leslie
‘The ArchAndroid’ – Janelle Monáe
‘Raymond V Raymond’ — Usher

Best Rap Solo Performance
‘Not Afraid’ - Eminem
‘Over’ - Drake
‘How Low’ - Ludacris
‘I’m Back’ - T.I.
‘Power’ - Kanye West

Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group
‘On To The Next One’ - Jay-Z & Swizz Beatz
‘Shutterbugg’ - Big Boi, Bosko, Cutty, & Mouche
‘Fancy’ - Drake, T.I., & Swizz Beatz
‘My Chick Bad’ - Ludacris & Nicki Minaj
‘Lose My Mind’ - Young Jeezy & Plies

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
‘Empire State of Mind’ - Jay-Z & Alicia Keys
‘Nothin’ On You’ - Bruno Mars & B.o.B
‘Deuces’ - Chris Brown, Tyga, Kevin McCall
‘Love The Way You Lie’ - Eminem and Rihanna
‘Wake Up Everybody’ - John Legend, The Roots, Mlanie Fiona, & Common

Best Rap Song
‘Empire State Of Mind — Jay-Z & Alicia Keys
‘Love the Way You Lie’ — Eminem & Rihanna
‘Not Afraid — Eminem
‘Nothin’ On You’ — B.o.B & Bruno Mars
‘On To The Next One’ –Jay-Z & Swizz Beatz

Best Rap Album
‘The Adventures of Bobby Ray’ — B.o.B
‘Thank Me Later’ — Drake
‘Recovery’ — Eminem
‘The Blueprint 3′ — Jay-Z
‘How I Got Over’ — The Roots

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media
‘Crazy Heart’ — Various Artists
‘Glee: The Music, Volume 1′ — ‘Glee‘ Cast
‘Treme’ — Various Artists
‘True Blood-Volume 2′ — Various Artists
‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’ — Various Artists

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Source via Just Jared

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