The 64th Annual Grammy Awards 2022 were held at the M.G.M. Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. This was the initial time The 2022 Grammy Awards function was held in Sin City.
Initially, the ceremony was scheduled to take place on January 31st; however, like many significant events, the Omicron variation of the Covid and the resulting spike in Covid-19 cases guaranteed the event must be deferred. Unlike other awards like Oscars 2022, with the exception of this year, the Grammys usually don't come as a surprise.
So, Who Were the 2022 Grammy Awards Winners and Nominees?
The most-nominated Celebrities heading into the 2022 Grammy Awards-Jon Batiste, maybe most popular as Stephen Colbert's Late Show bandleader-likewise left with the most prizes, piling up five Gramophones, including the top honour of the evening, Album of the Year. He was trailed by Silk Sonic, who brought back home four Grammys for their hit single “Leave the Door Open,” while teen pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo won three Grammys.
Check Out a Complete List of the 2022 Grammy Awards Winners
- The Album of the Year award is won by Jon Batiste – We Are
- The Record of the Year award got by Silk Sonic – Leave the Door Open
- And the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance won by Doja Cat Featuring S.Z.A. – Kiss Me More
- The best Pop Vocal Album award is won to Olivia Rodrigo – Sour
- The best R&B Album victor is Jazmine Sullivan – Heaux Tales
- The Best Rap Performance is got by Baby Keem, Featuring Kendrick Lamar – Family Ties
- Also, the Best New Artist victor is Olivia Rodrigo
- Best Pop Solo Performance victor is Olivia Rodrigo – Drivers License
- Louis C.K. wins best Comedy Album – Sincerely Louis CK
- Best Children's Music Album award got by Falu – A Colorful World
- Best Jazz Vocal Album champ is Esperanza Spalding – Songwrights Apothecary Lab
- Tyler, the Creator, wins best Rap Album – Call Me If You Get Lost
- The best Rap Song champ is Kanye West, Featuring Jay-Z – Jail
- Best Melodic Rap Performance award is got by Kanye West Featuring the Weeknd and Lil Baby – Hurricane
- Best Progressive R&B Album victor is Lucky Daye – Table for Two
- Silk Sonic wins best R&B Song – Leave the Door Open
- H.E.R. gets best Traditional R&B Performance award – Fight for You
- Best R&B Performance is won by two superstars, for example, Silk Sonic – Leave the Door Open and Jazmine Sullivan – Pick Up Your Feelings
- The best Alternative Music Album winner is St. Vincent – Daddy's Home
- And the Best Rock Album award is got by Foo Fighters – Medicine at Midnight
- The best Rock Song winner is Foo Fighters – Waiting on a War
- Best Metal Performance is won by Dream Theater – The Alien
- The best Rock Performance champ is Foo Fighters – Making a Fire
- And, Best Contemporary Classical Composition award got via Caroline Shaw – Shaw: Narrow Sea
- Best Classical Compendium is won by Amy Andersson – Women Warriors – The Voices of Change
- Best Classical Solo Vocal Album is won by Sangeeta Kaur and Hila Pitman – Mythologies
- Best Classical Instrumental Solo victor is Jennifer Koh – Alone Together
- Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax get best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance award – Beethoven: Cello Sonatas – Hope Amid Tears
- Best Choral Performance victor is Gustavo Dudamel – Mahler: Symphony No. 8, ‘Orchestra of a Thousand'
- The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra gets the Best Opera Recording award; The Metropolitan Opera Chorus – Glass: Akhnaten
- Philadelphia Orchestra wins best Orchestral Performance – Price: Symphonies Nos. 1 and 3
- Producer of the Year, Classical honor is got by Judith Sherman
- Best Engineered Album, Classical victor is Chanticleer – Chanticleer Sings Christmas
- Best Spoken Word Album is won by Don Cheadle – Carry On: Reflections for a New Generation from John Lewis
- Best Contemporary Instrumental Album is gt by Taylor Eigsti – Tree Falls
- Chris Stapleton wins the Best Country Album – Starting Over
- Also, a Song of the Year is got by Silk Sonic – Leave the Door Open
- Maker of the Year, Non-Classical victor is Jack Antonoff
- Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album award is won by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga – Love for Sale
- Best Tropical Latin Album victor is Rubén Blades y Roberto Delgado and Orquesta – Salswing!
- Best Regional Mexican Music Album is won by Vicente Fernández – A Mis 80's
- Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album is won by Juanes – Origen
- Best Música Urbana Album is squeezed by Bad Bunny – El Último Tour del Mundo
- The best Latin Pop Album victor is Alex Cuba – Mendó
- Best Roots Gospel Album is won via Carrie Underwood – My Savior
- Best Contemporary Christian Music Album champ is Elevation Worship and Maverick City Music – Old Church Basement
- CeCe Winans wins best Gospel Album and the Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song – Believe for It
Besides these referenced above, 95-year-old Tony Bennet turned into the second oldest Grammy victor ever when he and Lady Gaga won the best conventional pop vocal collection for “Love for Sale,” their assortment of Cole Porter principles. Also, with three Grammy Celebrities nominations this year, Jay-Z turned into the most-nominated artist ever, with 83 gestures.