As we saw on March 14th, this 63rd Grammy Awards Ceremony was about women standing out and making history in the music industry. Here we have a short recap of these outstanding awards and new records achieved.

One of the women who stood out was the great Beyoncé, who broke the record for the female artist with the most Grammys in history. She won the award for Best R&B Performance with “Black Parade” and together with Megan Thee Stallion for “Savage” the award for Best Rap Song, gathering a total of 28 Grammy. Also, Megan Thee Stallion also stood out as the Best New Artist on this year’s edition.

Another great artist was Billie Eilish, who stood out at last year’s ceremony with plenty of wins. This year, with 4 nominations, she won the most prestigious award of the night, Record of the Year, with the song “Everything I Wanted”.

We also had the great pop and country singer Taylor Swift standing out in history, obtaining the award for Album of the Year with “Folklore”. She is the first woman ever to win this award 3 times. She won it in 2010 with “Fearless” and in 2016 with “1989”. The other great artists ever to win this award for the third time are Frank Sinatra, Paul Simon and Stevie Wonder.

As a 4th outstanding woman, we have a singer and composer Gabriella Sarmiento Wilson, H.E.R, who received together with Tiara Thomas the Grammy Song of the Year for the song “I Can’t Breathe”, which talks about viral George Floyd’s last words when he passed away in May 2020.

H.E.R said that she never would have imagined that her fear and pain would ever have such an impact, and she was thankful for it and added that that was why she writes music.

Here we add a list of the main winners in case you missed this year’s ceremony:


  • Record of the Year – Billie Eilish with Everything I Wanted
  • Album of the Year – Taylor Swift with Folklore
  • Best R&B Performance – Beyoncé with Black Parade
  • Best Pop Vocal Album – Dua Lipa with Future Nostalgia
  • Best Rap Song – Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé with Savage
  • Song of the Year – H.E.R & Tiara Thomas with I Can’t Breathe
  • Best Latin Pop or Urban Album – Bad Bunny with YHLQMDLG
  • Best Melodic Rap Performance – Anderson .Paak with Lockdown
  • Best Pop Solo Performance – Harry Styles with Watermelon Sugar
  • Best Country Album – Miranda Lambert with Wildcard
  • Best New Artist – Megan Thee Stallion
  • Producer of the Year, Non-classical – Andrew Watt
  • Best Country Song – The Highwomen with Crowded Table
  • Best Country Duo/Group Performance – Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber with 10,000 Hours
  • Best Country Solo Performance – Vince Gill with When My Amy Prays
  • Best Rock Album – The Strokes with The New Abnormal
  • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance – Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande with Rain on Me
  • Best Rap Album – Nas with King’s Disease
  • Best Rap Performance – Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé with Savage
  • Best Musical Video – Beyoncé, Blue Ivy & Wizkid with Brown Skin Girl
  • Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album – James Taylor with American Standard
  • Best R&B Album – John Legend with Bigger Love
  • Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album – Fito Paez with La Conquista del Espacio
  • Best Rock Song – Brittany Howard with Stay High
  • Best Rock Performance – Fiona Apple with Shameika
  • Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media – Jojo Rabbit
  • Best Dance/Electronic Album – Kaytranada with Bubba