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Music: Grammy Winners 2010 List

The 2010 Grammy Award ceremony took place yesterday evening, with the major winner on the night proving to be Beyonce Knowles, who lifted six of the prestigious awards.

Below is a list of Grammy 2010 winners:

  • Song of the year – Beyonce – “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)”
  • Best country album – Taylor Swift – “Fearless”
  • Best new artist – Zac Brown Band
  • Best comedy album – Stephen Colbert – “The Greatest Gift Of All!”
  • Record of the year – Kings Of Leon – “Use Somebody”
  • Best rock album – Green Day – “21st Century Breakdown”
  • Best rap/sung collaboration – Jay-Z, Rihanna & Kanye West – “Run This Town”
  • Best female vocal performance – Beyonce – “Halo”
  • Album of the year – Taylor Swift – “Fearless”
  • Best dance recording – Lady Gaga
  • Best electronic/dance album – Lady Gaga – “The Fame”
  • Best female country vocal performance – Taylor Swift – “White Horse”
  • Best male country vocal performance – Keith Urban – “Sweet Thing”
  • Best country performance by a duo/group with vocals – Lady Antebellum – “I Run To You”
  • Best country collaboration with vocals – Carrie Underwood & Randy Travis – “I Told You So”
  • Best country song – Taylor Swift – “White Horse”
  • Best bluegrass album – Steve Martin “The Crow/New Songs For The Five-String Banjo”
  • Best children’s music album – Ziggy Marley – “Family Time”
  • Best spoken word album – Michael J. Fox – “Always Looking Up”
  • Best musical show album – West Side Story
  • Best compilation soundtrack album – Slumdog Millionaire
  • Best song written for motion picture, television or other visual media – Slumdog Millionare – “Jai Ho”
  • Best remixed recording, non-classical – David Guetta featuring Kelly Rowland – “When Love Takes Over”
  • Best male pop vocal performance – Jason Mraz – “Make It Mine”
  • Best pop performance by a duo or group with vocals – Black Eyed Peas – “I Gotta Feeling”
  • Best pop collaboration with vocals – Jason Mraz & Colbie Callait – “Lucky”
  • Best pop instrumental album – Booker T. Jones – “Potato Hole”
  • Best pop vocal album – The Black Eyed Peas – The E.N.D.
  • Best traditional pop vocal album – Michael Buble – “Michael Buble Meets Madison Square Garden”
  • Best rock solo performance – Bruce Springsteen – “Working On A Dream”
  • Best rock performance by a duo/group w/vocals – Kings Of Leon – “Use Somebody”
  • Best hard rock performance – AC/DC – “War Machine”
  • Best metal performance – Judas Priest – “Dissident Aggressor”
  • Best rock instrumental performance – Jeff Beck – “A Day In The Life”
  • Best rock song – Kings Of Leon – “Use Somebody”
  • Best alternative music album – Phoenix – “Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix”
  • Best female R&B vocal performance – Beyonce – “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)”
  • Best male R&B vocal performance – Maxwell – “Pretty Wings”
  • Best R&B performance by a duo/group with vocals – Jamie Foxx & T-Pain – “Blame It”
  • Best traditional R&B vocal performance – Beyonce – “At Last”
  • Best urban/alternative performance – India.Arie & Dobet Gnahore – “Pearls”
  • Best R&B song – Beyonce – “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)”
  • Best R&B album – Maxwell – “BLACKsummer’snight”
  • Best contemporary R&B album – Beyonce – “I Am…Sasha Fierce”
  • Best rap solo performance – Jay-Z – “D.O.A.”
  • Best rap performance by a duo/group – Eminem, Dr. Dre & 50 Cent – “Crack A Bottle”
  • Best rap song – Rihanna, Jay-Z & Kanye West – “Run This Town”
  • Best rap album – Eminem – “Relapse”
  • Best short form music video – The Black Eyed Peas – “Boom Boom Pow”
  • Best long form music video – Various Artists – “The Beatles Love – All Together Now”

Song of the year – Beyonce – “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)”
Best country album – Taylor Swift – “Fearless”
Best new artist – Zac Brown Band
Best comedy album – Stephen Colbert – “The Greatest Gift Of All!”
Record of the year – Kings Of Leon – “Use Somebody”
Best rock album – Green Day – “21st Century Breakdown”
Best rap/sung collaboration – Jay-Z, Rihanna & Kanye West – “Run This Town”
Best female vocal performance – Beyonce – “Halo”
Album of the year – Taylor Swift – “Fearless”

I’m bummed because I watched this crap for three-and-a-half hours and they only announced nine winners. I feel jipped.

Way to go on that Drake song, too, genius. You’re killing me.

Also, the pre-telecast winners:

Best dance recording – Lady Gaga
Best electronic/dance album – Lady Gaga – “The Fame”
Best female country vocal performance – Taylor Swift – “White Horse”
Best male country vocal performance – Keith Urban – “Sweet Thing”
Best country performance by a duo/group with vocals – Lady Antebellum – “I Run To You”
Best country collaboration with vocals – Carrie Underwood & Randy Travis – “I Told You So”
Best country song – Taylor Swift – “White Horse”
Best bluegrass album – Steve Martin “The Crow/New Songs For The Five-String Banjo”
Best children’s music album – Ziggy Marley – “Family Time”
Best spoken word album – Michael J. Fox – “Always Looking Up”
Best musical show album – West Side Story
Best compilation soundtrack album – Slumdog Millionaire
Best song written for motion picture, television or other visual media – Slumdog Millionare – “Jai Ho”
Best remixed recording, non-classical – David Guetta featuring Kelly Rowland – “When Love Takes Over”
Best male pop vocal performance – Jason Mraz – “Make It Mine”
Best pop performance by a duo or group with vocals – Black Eyed Peas – “I Gotta Feeling”
Best pop collaboration with vocals – Jason Mraz & Colbie Callait – “Lucky”
Best pop instrumental album – Booker T. Jones – “Potato Hole”
Best pop vocal album – The Black Eyed Peas – The E.N.D.
Best traditional pop vocal album – Michael Buble – “Michael Buble Meets Madison Square Garden”
Best rock solo performance – Bruce Springsteen – “Working On A Dream”
Best rock performance by a duo/group w/vocals – Kings Of Leon – “Use Somebody”
Best hard rock performance – AC/DC – “War Machine”
Best metal performance – Judas Priest – “Dissident Aggressor”
Best rock instrumental performance – Jeff Beck – “A Day In The Life”
Best rock song – Kings Of Leon – “Use Somebody”
Best alternative music album – Phoenix – “Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix”
Best female R&B vocal performance – Beyonce – “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)”
Best male R&B vocal performance – Maxwell – “Pretty Wings”
Best R&B performance by a duo/group with vocals – Jamie Foxx & T-Pain – “Blame It”
Best traditional R&B vocal performance – Beyonce – “At Last”
Best urban/alternative performance – India.Arie & Dobet Gnahore – “Pearls”
Best R&B song – Beyonce – “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)”
Best R&B album – Maxwell – “BLACKsummer’snight”
Best contemporary R&B album – Beyonce – “I Am…Sasha Fierce”
Best rap solo performance – Jay-Z – “D.O.A.”
Best rap performance by a duo/group – Eminem, Dr. Dre & 50 Cent – “Crack A Bottle”
Best rap song – Rihanna, Jay-Z & Kanye West – “Run This Town”
Best rap album – Eminem – “Relapse”
Best short form music video – The Black Eyed Peas – “Boom Boom Pow”
Best long form music video – Various Artists – “The Beatles Love – All Together Now”

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