55th Annual Grammy Awards: Fun., Black Keys And Mumford & Sons Among Big Winners

Years ago, voters for the Grammy Awards used to almost always default to the more established act. Consequently, the ceremony acquired a reputation of only honoring artists well after their primes, but in recent years, the pendulum has switched the other way. Now voters are far more open to choosing up and comers, which is why emerging acts such as Frank Ocean, Fun. And Carly Rae Jepsen might actually have a shot at walking away with some hardware this year.

Today’s ceremony has already been underway for hours thanks to the incredible number of musical genres the powers that be recognize, but fortunately for viewers, the more popular categories are starting to get handed out. We’re watching the ceremony live here at Cinema Blend headquarters; so, we’ll update the winners live as they’re announced.

You can take a look at some of the bigger categories listed below. Winners are bolded and written in red…

Record Of The Year:

The Black Keys—“Lonely Boy”

Kelly Clarkson—“Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You”

Fun. Featuring Janelle Monae—“We Are Young”

Gotye Featuring Kimbra—“Somebody That I Used To Know”

Frank Ocean—“Thinkin Bout You”

Taylor Swift—“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”

Album Of The Year:

The Black Keys--El Camino

Fun.--Some Nights

Mumford & Sons--Babel

Frank Ocean--Channel Orange

Jack White--Blunderbuss

Song Of The Year:

“The A Team”

“Adorn”

“Call Me Maybe”

“Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)”

“We Are Young”

Best New Artist:

Alabama Shakes

Fun.

Hunter Hayes

The Lumineers

Frank Ocean

Best Pop Solo Performance:

Adele—“Set Fire To The Rain”

Kelly Clarkson—“Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)”

Carly Rae Jepsen—“Call Me Maybe”

Katy Perry—“Wide Awake” Rihanna—“Where Have You Been”

Best Pop Duo/ Group Performance

Florence & The Machine—“Shake It Out”

Fun. Featuring Janelle Monae—“We Are Young”

Gotye Featuring Kimbra—“Somebody That I Used To Know”

LMFAO—“Sexy And I Know It”

Maroon 5 & Wiz Khalifa—“Payphone”

Best Rock Performance:

Alabama Shakes—“Hold On”

The Black Keys—“Lonely Boy”

Coldplay—“Charlie Brown”

Mumford & Sons—“I Will Wait”

Bruce Springsteen—“We Take Care Of Our Own”

Best Rock Album:

The Black Keys--El Camino

Coldplay--Mylo Xyloto

Muse--The 2nd Law

Bruce Springsteen--Wrecking Ball

Jack White--Blunderbuss

For a full list of winners, head on over to the Grammy Awards’ official website.

Mack Rawden
Editor In Chief

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