Who Won 59th Annual Grammy Awards?

Feb 12, 2017

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards were held February 12th at the Staples Center. The ceremony was hosted by James Corden.

Adele opened the show with a performance of her hit song "Hello," and then went on to be the big winner of the night taking five Grammys home. She swept the big three awards of song, record, and album of the year.

Also winning multiple awards were Chance the Rapper, David Bowie, and Drake.

Beyonce had the most nominations with nine.

2017 Grammy Award Winners

Grammy for Song of the Year
Adele (Hello) 
Adele Adkins & Greg Kurstin, songwriters
Other Nominees: Beyonce (Formation); Mike Posner (I Took A Pill In Ibiza); Justin Bieber (Love Yourself); Lukas Graham (7 Years)
Grammy for Record of the Year
Adele (Hello) 
Other Nominees: Beyonce (Formation); Lukas Graham (7 Years); Rihanna feat Drake (Work); Twenty One Pilots (Stressed Out)
Grammy for Album of the Year
Adele  (25) 
Other Nominees: Beyonce (Lemonade); Justin Bieber (Purpose); Drake (Views); Sturgill Simpson (A Sailor's Guide To Earth)
Grammy for Pop Vocal Album
Adele  (25) 
Other Nominees: Justin Bieber (Purpose); Ariana Grande (Dangerous Woman); Demi Lovato (Confident); Sia (This Is Acting)
Grammy for Contemporary Instrumental Album
Snarky Puppy  (Culcha Vulcha) 
Other Nominees: Herb Alpert (Human Nature); Bill Frisell (When You Wish Upon A Star); Steve Gadd Band (Way Back Home: Live From Rochester NY); Chuck Loeb (Unspoken)
Grammy for Pop Duo or Group with Vocal
Twenty One Pilots  (Stressed Out) 
Other Nominees: The Chainsmokers (Closer); Lukas Graham (7 Years); Rihanna feat Drake (Work); Sia feat Sean Paul (Cheap Thrills)
Grammy for Pop Solo Performance
Adele  (Hello) 
Other Nominees: Beyonce (Hold Up); Justin Bieber (Love Yourself); Kelly Clarkson (Piece By Piece); Ariana Grande (Dangerous Woman)
Grammy for Best New Artist
Chance The Rapper 
Other Nominees: Kelsea Ballerini; The Chainsmokers; Maren Morris; Anderson .Paak
Grammy for Rock Album
Cage The Elephant  (Tell Me I'm Pretty) 
Other Nominees: Blink-182 (California); Gojira (Magma); Panic! At The Disco (Death Of A Bachelor); Weezer (Weezer)
Grammy for Rock Song
David Bowie (Blackstar) 
Other Nominees: Radiohead (Burn The Witch); Metallica (Hardwired); Twenty One Pilots (Heathens); Highly Suspect (My Name Is Human)
Grammy for Metal Performance
Megadeth  (Dystopia) 
Other Nominees: Baroness (Shock Me); Gojira (Slivera); Korn (Rotting In Vain); Periphery (The Price Is Wrong)
Grammy for Rock Performance
David Bowie  (Blackstar) 
Other Nominees: Alabama Shakes (Joe); Beyonce feat Jack White (Don't Hurt Yourself); Disturbed (The Sound Of Silence); Twenty One Pilots (Heathens)
Grammy for Traditional Pop Vocal
Willie Nelson  (Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin) 
Other Nominees: Andrea Bocelli (Cinema); Bob Dylan (Fallen Angels); Josh Groban (Stages Live); Barbra Streisand (Encore: Movie Partners SIng Broadway)
Grammy for Electronic/Dance Album
Flume  (Skin) 
Other Nominees: Jean-Michel Jarre (Electronica 1: The Time Machine); Tycho (Epoch); Underworld (Barbara Barbara, We Face A Shining Future); Louie Vega (Louie Vega Starring...XXVIII)
Grammy for Dance Recording
The Chainsmokers feat. Daya (Don't Let Me Down) 
Other Nominees: Bob Moses (Tearing Me Up); Flume (Never Be Like You); Riton (Rinse & Repeat); Sofi Tukker (Drinkee)


Best Alternative Music Album David Bowie (Blackstar)
Best R&B Performance Solange (Cranes In The Sky)
A Seat At The Table
Best Traditional R&B Performance Lalah Hathaway (Angel)
Lalah Hathaway Live
Best R&B Song Maxwell (Lake By The Ocean)
Hod David & Musze (songwriters)
"BlackSUMMER'Snight" album
Best Urban Contemporary Album Beyonce (Lemonade)
Best R&B Album Lalah Hathaway (Lalah Hathaway Live)
Lalah Hathaway Live
Best Rap Performance Chance The Rapper feat. Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz (No Problem)
"Coloring Book" album
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Drake (Hotline Bling)
Best Rap Song Drake (Hotline Bling)
Aubrey Graham & Paul Jefferies (Songwriters)
"Views" album
Best Rap Album Chance The Rapper (Coloring Book)
"Coloring Book" album
Best Country Solo Performance Maren Morris (My Church)
"Hero" album
Best Country Duo or Group Pentatonix & Dolly Parton (Jolene)
"Jolene" single
Best Country Song Tim McGraw (Humble And Kind)
Lori McKenna (Songwriter)
"Damn Country Music" album
Best Country Album Sturgill Simpson (A Sailor's Guide To Earth)
"A Sailor's Guide To Earth" album