Winners in over 80 categories in the fields of pop, rap, classical and music video and so many more were announced during the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday. The bulk of the winners were announced during the premiere ceremony before the main telecast.
Beyoncé led the slate with nine nominations this year picking up best music video at the premiere ceremony and then best contemporary album for "Lemonade".
Adele was the biggest winner of the night winning in all five categories she was nominated for: album of the year and pop vocal album for "25" and record of the year, song of the year and best pop solo performance for "Hello".
Drake, Rihanna and Kanye West earned eight nominations each this year, but only Drake was able to earn wins winning best rap song and rap/sung performance for "Hotline Bling."
David Bowie earned four posthumous Grammys winning best alternative album and best engineered album, non-classical for "Blackstar," and earning a rock performance and rock song win for the title track. "Blackstar" also won best recording package for its art director. He won his first Grammy in 1985 for best short form music video.
Chance the Rapper won best rap performance at the premiere ceremony before claiming the primetime telecast's first award of the night, best new artist and, later, best rap album over album of the year nominee "Views".
Winners will be posted live throughout the afternoon and evening.
Record of the Year- "Hello," Adele.
Album of the Year- "25," Adele.
Song of the Year- "Hello," Adele Adkins and Greg Kurstin, songwriters. (Adele)
Best New Artist- Chance the Rapper
Best Pop Solo Performance- "Hello," Adele.
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance- "Stressed Out," Twenty One Pilots
Best Pop Album- "25," Adele.
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album- "Summertime; Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin," Willie Nelson.
Best Dance/Electronica Album- "Skin," Flume
Best Dance Recording- "Don't Let me Down," The Chainsmokers featuring Daya