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Here Are All Of The 2016 Grammy Awards Winners So Far

Written by Emmy Mack on February 16, 2016

UPDATE: It’s a wrap! Head here for all the highlights, winners, hits and misses of The 2016 Grammy Awards.

The 58th Annual Grammy Awards are officially underway, with a raft of awards having been dished out before the official broadcast ceremony kicks off at midday AEDT.

(UPDATE 12.00PM: The televised ceremony has begun, See the list of new winners from the televised ceremony updated below.)

Bluesfest 2016 headliner Kendrick Lamar lead this year’s pack of nominees, and has so far scooped four of his total 11 nominations, including the awards for Best Rap Song (Alright), Best Rap Performance (Alright) and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration (These Walls).

Taylor Swift has also already bagged two of her seven Grammy nods, taking out Best Pop Vocal Album for 1989 and Best Music Video for Bad Blood (which also counts as a win for Kendrick).

News of T-Swizzle’s latter award win apparently prompted some excitement backstage, where Tay was chilling with BFF Selena Gomez:

Sorry Justin Bieber bashers, the Biebs has also bagged a win with his mates Skrillex and Diplo in the Best Dance Recording category for Where Are Ü Now, while Skrill and Dip also took out Best Dance/Electronic Album for Skrillex And Diplo Present Jack Ü.

While The Weeknd has snagged two of his seven gongs so far, including Best R&B Performance for Earned It from 50 Shades Of Grey and Best Urban Contemporary Album for Beauty Behind The Madness.

While Muse have taken out the Best Rock Album Grammy for their new LP, Drones and Ghost has won Best Metal Performance.

Ed Sheeran has claimed all the love in the Best Pop Solo Performance category for his song Thinking Out Loud, while Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars have taken out the Pop Duo/Group Performance field for their mega-hit Uptown Funk.

Other Grammy winners so far include Buddy Guy for Best Blues Album, Ricky Martin for Best Latin Pop Album, D’Angelo and the Vanguard for Best R&B Album, and Alabama Shakes have snagged three trophies: one for Best Engineered Album (Non-Classical) and one Best Alternative Music Album (Sound & Colour) and another for Best Rock Song (Don’t Wanna Fight).

While Amy Winehouse documentary Amy, directed by Asif Kapadia, has taken out the award for Best Music Film.

Plenty of Aussies were honoured with nominations at this year’s Grammy Awards, including Melbourne troubadour Courtney Barnett, Perth psych-rockers Tame Impala, Melbourne future-soul heroes Hiatus Kaiyote and veteran country music veteran Keith Urban.

Unfortunately, the latter three have already lost out in their respective categories – Tame to Alabama Shakes, Keith to Chris Stapleton and Hiatus Kaiyote to The Weeknd.

We’ll keep you updated when C-Barn’s Best New Artist category get announced.

Meanwhile, there are also plenty of super-exciting performances to come as the official broadcast goes live, including a supergroup tribute to late Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister, another all-star jam featuring Travis Barker, Pitfall and Robin Thicke, Lady Gaga performing a David Bowie tribute and a potential song from Drake (although he’d have us believe otherwise).

During the Grammy Awards pre-gala, Beck joined forces with Dave Grohl and other surviving members of Nirvana to cover David Bowie’s The Man Who Sold The World in tribute to the late Starman.

Check out the full list of winners from the 2016 Grammy Awards so far, below.

UPDATE 16/02/16, 12.00PM: The televised ceremony has begun, with new awards being announced. See the list of winners from the televised ceremony here below.

UPDATE 16/02/16, 2.42PM: Kendrick Lamar has wowed audiences with a spectacular and politically charged performance at the 2016 Grammy Awards, which also featured the debut of a brand new song. Watch it here.

UPDATE 16/02/16, 3.10PM: Lady Gaga has performed a whirlwind medley of David Bowie songs at the Grammys, in honour of the late musician who died in January aged 69. See the whirlwind performance here!

UPDATE 16/02/16, 3.30PM: Alice Cooper’s rock’n’roll supergroup The Hollywood Vampires have knocked out a huge musical tribute to late Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister. Watch it here.

2016 Grammy Awards Winners List (Televised ceremony):

Best Rap Album: Kendrick Lamar – ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’

Best Country Album: Chris Stapleton – ‘Traveller’

Song Of The Year: Ed Sheeran & Amy Wadge – ‘Thinking Out Loud’

Best Musical Theatre Album: – Hamilton The Musical – ‘Hamilton’

Best Rock Performance: Alabama Shakes – Don’t Wanna Fight

Best New Artist: Meghan Trainor

Album Of The Year: Taylor Swift – ‘1989’

Record Of The Year: Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk

2016 Grammy Awards Winners List (In Order from Pre-Televised ceremony):

Best Pop Vocal Album: Taylor Swift, 1989
Best Instrumental Composition: Arturo O’Farrill, The Afro Latin Jazz Suite

Best Arrangement, Instrumental Or A Cappella: “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”

Best Arrangement, Instruments And Vocals: Maria Schneider, “Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)”

Best Recording Package: Still The King: Celebrating The Music Of Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys

Best Album Notes: Joni Mitchell, ‘Love Has Many Faces: A Quartet, A Ballet, Waiting To Be Danced’

Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package: The Rise & Fall Of Paramount Records, Volume Two (1928-32)

Best Historical Album: The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical: Shawn Everett, Bob Ludwig (Alabama Shakes) Sound & Color

Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: Dave Audé, “Uptown Funk (Dave Audé Remix)”

Best Surround Sound Album: James Guthrie, Joel Plante, Amused To Death

Best Contemporary Instrumental Album: Snarky Puppy, Metropole Orkest, Sylva

Best New Age Album: Paul Avgerinos, Grace

Best Improvised Jazz Solo: Christian McBride, “Cherokee”

Best Jazz Vocal Album: Cecile McLorin Salvent, For One To Love

Best Jazz Instrumental Album: John Scofield, Past Present

Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album: Maria Schneider Orchestra, The Thompson Fields

Best Latin Jazz Album: Eliane Elias, Made In Brazil

Best Reggae Album: Morgan Heritage, Strictly Roots

Best World Music Album: Angelique Kidjo, Sings

Best Children’s AlbumTim Kubart, Home

Best Spoken Word Album: Jimmy Carter, A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety

Best Comedy Album: Louis CK,  Live At Madison Square Garden

Best Latin Pop Album: Ricky Martin, A Quien Quiera Escuchar (Deluxe Edition)

Best Regional Mexican Music Album: Los Tigres Del Norte, Realidades – Deluxe Edition

Best Tropical Latin Album: Ruben Blades with Roberto Delgado & Orchestra, Son De Panamá

Best American Roots Performance: Mavis Staples, See That My Grave Is Kept Clean’

Best American Roots Song: Jason Isbell,”24 Frames”

Best Americana Album: Jason Isbell, Something More Than Free

Best Bluegrass Album: The SteelDrivers, The Muscle Shoals Recordings

Best Blues Album: Buddy GuyBorn To Play Guitar

Best Regional Roots Music Album: Jon Cleary, Go Go Juice

Producer Of The Year, Classical: Judith Sherman

Best Opera Recording: Seiji Ozawa, Isabel Leonard, Dominic Fyfe, “Ravel: L’Enfant Et Les Sortilèges; Shéhérazade”

Best Choral Performance: Charles Bruffy, Phoenix Chorale, Kansas City Chorale, “Rachmaninoff: All-Night Vigil”

Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance: Eighth Blackbird, “Filament”

Best Classical Instrumental Solo: Augustin Hadelich, Ludovic Morlot, “Dutilleux: Violin Concerto, L’Arbre Des Songes”

Best Classical Solo Vocal Album: Joyce DiDonato, Antonio Pappano, Joyce & Tony – Live From Wigmore Hall

Best Contemporary Classical Composition: Stephen Paulus, “Paulus: Prayers & Remembrances”

Best Classical Solo Vocal Album: Joyce DiDonato, Antonio Pappano, Joyce & Tony – Live From Wigmore Hall

Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media: Glen Campbell, Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me

Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media: Antonio Sanchez, Birdman

Best Song Written For Visual Media: Common, Rhymefest, John Legend, “Glory”

Best Music Video: Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, “Bad Blood”

Best Music Film: Amy

Best Gospel Performance/Song: Kirk Franklin, “Wanna Be Happy?”

Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song: Francesca Battistelli, “Holy Spirit”

Best Gospel Album: Israel and Newbreed, Covered: Alive In Asia [Live]

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album: Toby Mac, This Is Not A Test

Best Country Solo Performance: Chris Stapleton, Traveller

Best Country Duo/Group Performance: Little Big Town, “Girl Crush”

Best Country Solo Performance: Chris Stapleton, Traveller

Best Country Duo/Group Performance: Little Big Town, “Girl Crush”

Best Country Song: Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna, Liz Rose, “Girl Crush”

Best Dance Recording: Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber – “Where Are Ü Now”

Best Dance/Electronic Album: Skrillex and Diplo, Skrillex And Diplo Present Jack Ü

Best R&B Performance: The Weeknd – “Earned It (Fifty Shades Of Grey)”

Best Traditional R&B Performance: Lalah Hathaway, “Little Ghetto Boy”

Best R&B Song: D’Angelo, Kendra Foster, “Really Love”

Best Urban Contemporary Album: The Weeknd, Beauty Behind The Madness

Best R&B Album: D’Angelo, Black Messiah

Best Metal Performance: Ghost, “Cirice”

Best Rock Song: Alabama Shakes, “Don’t Wanna Fight”

Best Rock Album: Muse, Drones

Best Alternative Music Album: Alabama Shakes, Sound & Color

Best Rap Performance: Kendrick Lamar, “Alright”

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: Kendrick Lamar featuring Bilal, Anna Wise, Thundercat, ‘These Walls’

Best Rap Song: Kendrick Lamar, Kawan Prather, Sounwave, Pharrell Williams, “Alright”

Best Pop Solo Performance: Ed Sheeran, “Thinking Out Loud”

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars,”Uptown Funk”

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Tony Bennett, Bill Charlap, The Silver Lining: The Songs Of Jerome Kern

 

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