quarta-feira, 17 de fevereiro de 2016

Grammys: Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift, the big winners

Kendrick Lamar was distinguished for the best rap album ("To Pimp Up the Butterfly"), best song and rap Act ("Alright"), best rap collaboration ("These Walls") and ' best music video ' for "Bad Blood" (with Taylor Swift).

However, the most coveted award-best album of the year â€" went to Taylor Swift, who won in the category of ' best music video ' ("Bad Blood") and best pop vocal album.

The American Group Alabama Shakes was another of the winners, to collect three awards: best alternative music album ("Sound & Color"), best rock song and best rock performance ("Don't Wanna Fight").

The British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has obtained two gramophones, on e of which for best song ("Thinking Out Loud").

Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars also were awarded two Grammys, including best record, by "Uptown Funk".

The Grammy Award for best new artist has been awarded to Meghan Trainor.

Already the best opera recording went to a version of "L'Enfant Et Les Sortilèges by Ravel", a category for which it was named "Il ritorno D'Ulisse in Patria" by Monteverdi, by Boston Baroque Orchestra, with the participation of Portuguese singers Fernando Guimarães and João Fernandes.

Muse won the best rock album (Drones), Skrillex & Diplo collected the Grammy Award for best electronic album ("Skrillex & Diplo pre sent Jack Ü") and Chris Stapleton won best country album ("Traveller").

In the category of World Music, in which the Brazilian Gilberto Gil was among the nominees, won Angelique Kidjo ("Sings").

The Brazilian pianist Eliane Elias won, with "Made In Brazil", the award for best Latin jazz album.

The former President of the United States Jimmy Carter received the Grammy Award for best spoken album ("A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety"); While the legendary Tony Bennett took home his 18 Gramophone, after triumphing in the category of best traditional pop vocal album.

After four years of absence, Adele returned to Grammy, accompanied at the pian o, in a ceremony that also featured Justin Bieber.

Another highlight was the performance of Lady Gaga, who with a play of light that drew on his face the 1001 faces of David Bowie starred in a show in which crossed the late British artist songs like "Space Oddity", "Changes" and "Heroes".

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