Who Won 55th Annual Grammy Awards?

Gotye and Kimbra at the 2013 Grammys
Date: 
Feb 10, 2013

The 55th annual Grammy Awards were held on February 10, 2013 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Multiple winners included fun, Gotye, Carrie Underwood, Jay-Z and the Black Keys.

Performers included Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift and Mumford & Sons - who won album of the year for Babel.

The show was hosted by LL Cool J.

2013 Grammy Award Winners

Grammy for Song of the Year
fun (We Are Young) 
Jack Antonoff, Jeff Bhasker, Andrew Dost & Nate Ruess (Songwriters)
Other Nominees: Ed Sheeran (The A Team); Miguel (Adorn); Carly Rae Jepsen (Call Me Maybe); Kelly Clarkson (Stronger)
Grammy for Record of the Year
Gotye (Somebody That I Used To Know) 
and Kimbra
Other Nominees: Black Keys (Lonely Boy); Kelly Clarkson (Stronger); Fun (We Are Young); Frank Ocean (Thinkin Bout You); Taylor Swift (We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together)
Grammy for Album of the Year
Mumford & Sons (Babel) 
Other Nominees: Black Keys (El Camino); Fun (Some Nights); Frank Ocean (Channel Orange); Jack White (Blunderbuss)
Grammy for Pop Vocal Album
Kelly Clarkson (Stronger) 
Other Nominees: Florence & The Machine (Ceremonials); Fun (Some Nights); Maroon 5 (Overexposed); Pink (The Truth About Love)
Grammy for Pop Instrumental Album
Chris Botti (Impressions) 
Other Nominees: Gerald Albright & Norman Brown (24/7); Larry Carlton (Four Hands & A Heart Volume One); Dave Koz (Live At The Blue Note Tokyo); Arun Shenoy (Rumbadoodle)
Grammy for Pop Duo or Group with Vocal
Gotye (Somebody That I Used To Know) 
with Kimbra
Other Nominees: Florence & The Machine (Shake It Out); Fun w/Janelle Monae (We Are Young); LMFAO (Sexy And I Know It); Maroon 5 and Wiz Khalifa (Payphone)
Grammy for Pop Solo Performance
Adele (Set Fire To The Rain (Live)) 
Other Nominees: Kelly Clarkson (Stronger); Carly Rae Jepsen (Call Me Maybe); Katy Perry (Wide Awake); Rihanna (Where Have You Been)
Grammy for Best New Artist
Fun 
Other Nominees: Alabama Shakes; Hunter Hayes; The Lumineers; Frank Ocean
Grammy for Rock Album
Black Keys (El Camino) 
Other Nominees: Coldplay (Mylo Xyloto); Muse (The 2nd Law); Bruce Springsteen (Wrecking Ball); Jack White (Blunderbuss)
Grammy for Rock Song
Black Keys (Lonely Boy) 
Dan Auerbach, Brian Burton &?Patrick Carney (songwriters)
Other Nominees: Jack White (Freedom At 21); Mumford & Sons (I Will Wait); Muse (Madness); Bruce Springsteen (We Take Care Of Our Own)
Grammy for Hard Rock Performance
Halestorm (Love Bites (So Do I)) 
Other Nominees: Anthrax (I'm Alive); Iron Maiden (Blood Brothers); Lamb Of God (Ghost Walking); Marilyn Manson (No Reflection); Megadeth (Whose Life Is It Anyways?)
Grammy for Rock Performance
Black Keys (Lonely Boy) 
Other Nominees: Alabama Shakes (Hold On); Coldplay (Charlie Brown); Mumford & Sons (I Will Wait); Bruce Springsteen (We Take Care Of Our Own)
Grammy for Traditional Pop Vocal
Paul McCartney (Kisses On The Bottom) 
Other Nominees: Michael Buble (Christmas); Carole King (A Holiday Carole)
Grammy for Electronic/Dance Album
Skrillex (Bangarang) 
Other Nominees: Steve Aoki (Wonderland); The Chemical Brothers (Don't Think); Deadmau5 (Album Title Goes Here); Kaskade (Fire & Ice)
Grammy for Dance Recording
Skrillex (Bangarang) 
Other Nominees: Avicii (Levels); Calvin Harris (Let's Go); Swedish House Mafia (Don't You Worry Child); Al Walser (I Can't Live Without You)

 

Rock
Best Alternative Music Album Gotye (Making Mirrors)
"Making Mirrors" album
R&B
Best R&B Performance Usher (Climax)
"Climax" by Usher
Best Traditional R&B Performance Beyonce (Love On Top)
"Love On Top" by Beyonce
Best R&B Song Miguel (Adorn)
Miguel Pimentel (Songwriter)
"Adorn" by Miguel
Best Urban Contemporary Album Frank Ocean (Channel Orange)
"Channel Orange" album by Frank Ocean
Best R&B Album Robert Glasper Experiment (Black Radio)
"Black Radio" album by Robert Glasper
Rap
Best Rap Performance Jay-Z & Kanye West (Niggas In Paris)
"Niggas In Paris" by Jay-Z & Kanye West
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Jay-Z feat. Kanye West, Frank Ocean & The Dream (No Church In The Wild)
"No Church In The Wild" by Jay-Z
Best Rap Song Jay-Z & Kanye West (Niggas In Paris)
Shawn Carter, Mike Dean, Chauncey Hollis, Kanye West (Songwriters)
Niggas In Paris
Best Rap Album Drake (Take Care)
Take Care
Country
Best Country Solo Performance Carrie Underwood (Blown Away)
Blown Away
Best Country Duo or Group Little Big Town (Pontoon)
Pontoon
Best Country Song Carrie Underwood (Blown Away)
Josh Kear & Chris Tompkins (Songwriters)
Blown Away
Best Country Album Zac Brown Band (Uncaged)
Uncaged