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Daft Punk won Album of The Year at the Grammys earlier, beating out Kendrick Lamar, Taylor Swift, Sara Bareilles and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. Here, Pharrell helps the notoriously mute duo accept their award. P took home awards for Producer of The Year (Non-Classical) and his work with Daft on “Get Lucky”. All told, Grammy voters this year continued their long tradition of being absolutely oblivious to what is really going on in Hip-Hop, awarding an absurd 4 statues to fucking Macklemore of all people. Here’s a full list of the winners.
Hit the jump for a clip of Jay-Z accepting him and Justin Timberlake’s award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for “Holy Grail”.
Previously: The Year Of Pharrell (Trailer)
Video: Kendrick Lamar & Imagine Dragons Perform “m.A.A.d City/Radioactive” at the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards
K. Dot and Imagine Dragons give us a live mashup of “m.A.A.d City” and “Radioactive” at the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
Billboard’s “Power 100” cover couple Beyoncé and JAY Z open up the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards with their hit collabo, “Drunk in Love.”
Wish the footage was longer though.
Kendrick Lamar speaks to The Hollywood Reporter about his Grammy nominations, what music he’s been listening to lately and his next LP. This clip is a companion to a great feature from the January 31st issue of the magazine by Jeff Weiss, who caught up with K.Dot in a hotel room in Vegas, where he was rehearsing for his Grammys ceremony performance with Imagine Dragons.
Previously: Kendrick Lamar & Eminem Cover ESPN The Magazine
As he preps his new project, Murder by Mourning, Truck goes in over a couple of vintage Roc-A-Fella beats.
Nothing Was The Same arrives September 17.
Previously: Nickelus F – After School With Snaggletooth
You know Baby likes to keep his parties low key, nothing too over the top or ostentatious.
Here’ a short list of people who took home golden gramaphones last night in the relevant categories.
Best Rap song:
“Niggas in Paris,” Jay-Z & Kanye West
Best Rap album:
Take Care, Drake.
Best Rap/sung collaboration:
“No Church in the Wild,” Jay-Z & Kanye West ft. Frank Ocean
Best Urban contemporary album:
Channel Orange, Frank Ocean.
Best R&B Song:
Miguel – “Adorn”
Best R&B Traditional Performance:
Beyonce – “Love On Top”
Best R&B Performance:
Usher – “Climax”
Read the full list here.
Below, Rosenberg on Nas still not winning a Grammy.