LOS ANGELES – Taylor Swift made history at the 66th annual Grammy Awards, becoming the first artist to win album of the year four times. She took home the prize for her album “Midnights” and also won best pop vocal album. During her acceptance speech, Swift revealed the title and release date for her upcoming album “The Tortured Poets Department,” set to be released on April 19.
Miley Cyrus also had a big night, winning her first pair of Grammys for best pop solo performance and record of the year for her song “Flowers.” Billie Eilish took home the song of the year award for her soundtrack hit “What Was I Made For?”
SZA, who had nine nominations, walked away with two Grammys for best R&B song and best pop duo/group performance. Rising star Victoria Monét won best new artist, and indie-pop band boygenius scored three rock category awards.
The night was filled with memorable moments, including performances and speeches from various winners. The event showcased the diverse talents in the music industry and the impact of their creative works.
The Grammy Awards remain a significant and highly anticipated event in the music world, recognizing and celebrating the contributions of artists across various genres.
Overall, the 66th annual Grammy Awards highlighted the exceptional talent and achievements of artists while showcasing the power and influence of music in our culture.