The 65th annual Grammys 2023 becomes a night of historic wins and many outstanding performances.

The most coveted Grammy award, Best Album for “Harry’s House,” went to Harry Styles on February 5 at the 65th annual ceremony of the most prestigious music awards in Los Angeles. He also won the prize for Best Pop Vocal Album.

Queen Bey won four Grammys, bringing her total to 32. She has surpassed Georg Solti, a British-Hungarian composer. The Best Record Award went to Lizzo for her song “About Damn Time.” Bonnie Raitt’s song “Just like That” was named Song of the Year. Best Pop Solo Performance went to Adele and Samara Joy was named best new artist.

The star-studded show was hosted by Trevor Noah from the Crypto.com Arena.

Check out the recap of the biggest night in music below:

Bad Bunny kicks off a star-studded show

Bad Bunny Grammys Performance

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The show began with Bad Bunny performing a medley of hits, including a mashup of “El Apagon” and “Despues De La Playa.” He received the Grammy for best urban music for his album “Un Verano Sin Ti.”

Rapper from Puerto Rico whose real name is Benito Antonio Martnez Ocasio was nominated for album of the year, best urban music album, and best pop solo performance for his fourth studio album “Un Verano Sin Ti” and “Moscow Mule.”

Beyoncé breaks records, becoming artist with most Grammys ever

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Beyoncé, who has been nominated for 88 Grammys, now holds the record for 32 Grammy wins. She opened her award speech with, “Thank you so much,” for No. 32, Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for Renaissance. “I’m trying not to be too emotional. I’m trying to just receive this night.”

The singer took home four of the nine awards for which she was nominated at the 2023 Grammys including best dance/electronic album for “Renaissance,” best R&B song for her hit song, “Cuff It,” best dance-electronic music recording for “Break My Soul” and best traditional R&B performance for “Plastic off the Sofa.”

Adele receives the award for best pop solo performance

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For her song “Easy On Me,” Adele won the Grammy for best pop solo performance. It was her fourth time in that category. She has previously won for her hits “Someone Like You,” “Set Fire to the Rain [Live],” and “Hello.” Her win was dedicated to her son Angelo.

She said, “I wrote this first verse in the shower when I was choosing to change my son’s life, and he’s been nothing but humble and gracious and loving to me the whole time.”

Harry Styles performs the Grammy-nominated song “As It Was”

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Harry Styles entered the stage while grooving out in a sparkling, silver fringed dress to perform his massive hit “As It Was.” The singer, who had already accepted his first Grammy of the evening for best pop vocal album for Harry’s House, finished off his second Grammys appearance in typical dancing-queen style.

In addition, he is nominated for five additional prizes at this year’s ceremony, including album of the year for his third album Harry’s House, record of the year, song of the year, best pop solo performance, and best music video.

Sam Smith, Kim Petras win the best pop duo/group performance

Kim Petras Gives Moving 2023 Grammys Speech

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As the first nonbinary artist and transgender artist to win in this category, Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ song “Unholy” took home the Grammy for best pop duo/group performance.

In her victory speech, Petras praised other transgender performers while discussing the historic moment. The 30-year-old singer remarked, “I just want to thank all the transgender artists who kicked the door open in order for me to be here tonight.”

Viola Davis wins the EGOT

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By winning the Grammy for best audiobook, narration, and storytelling album for her 2022 memoir, “Finding Me,” Viola Davis earned the elusive EGOT title.

While accepting the award, the Actress claimed that she created “Finding Me” for her 6-year-old self “to honour her, her life, her joy, her trauma, everything. And it has just been such a journey.”

Published by HOLR Magazine.