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Grammy Awards 2019: List of winners and best red carpets looks

The 2019 Grammys aired Sunday night to celebrate and honor the biggest names in music. If you missed the show, we’ll get you caught up with the complete list of winners and best red carpet looks at the 61st annual Grammy Awards.

There were plenty of Grammy red carpet looks to talk about including Joy Villa’s ode to President Trump and Cardi B’s elaborate clam dress.

Joy Villa wears pro-Trump dress

Singer Joy Villa walked the red carpet wearing President Trump inspired outfit. The Pro-Trump singer wore a white dress with “build the wall” on the back complete with a red “Make America Great Again” handbag.

Joy Villa build a wall dress with red make america great again bag

Cardi B and offset arrived together at the Grammys, and while just about everyone was pleased to see the couple back together, it was Cardi B’s Grammy dress that stole the show. According to Vogue, the Money singer wore a dress made by French designer Thierry Mugler. The vintage dress was from the designer’s fall 1995 collection. 

Cardi B and offset at 2109 Grammys

The 2019 Grammys opened with a surprise appearance from Michelle Obama. The former first lady joined Grammys 2019 host Alicia Keys, Lady Gage, Jennifer Lopez and Jada Pinkett Smith to kick off the 61st annual Grammy Awards. 

Michelle Obama at 2019 Grammy’

Grammys 2019 winners

Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” made Grammy Award history by becoming the first hip-hop song to win song of the year. Unfortunately, Childish Gambino aka Donald Glover was not at the show to accept his award. Lady Gaga’s song “Shallow” from movie “A Star Is Porn” earned two Grammys this year Gag took home a third Grammy for best pop solo performance for “Joanne.”

Country Singer Kacey Musgraves won four Grammy awards including album of the year, best country album and best country solo performance.

Aside from making a statement on the red carpet, Cardi B made history by becoming the first female artist to win the best rap album of the year.

Cardi B 2019 Grammy acceptance speech

Check out the complete list of 2019 Grammy winners

Album of the Year
Kacey Musgraves – Golden Hour


Record of the Year
Childish Gambino – This Is America


Best New Artist
Dua Lipa

Best Rap Album
Cardi B – Invasion of Privacy


Best R&B Album
H.E.R. – H.E.R.


Best Rap Song
Drake – God’s Plan


Song of the Year
Childish Gambino – This Is America


Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper – Shallow


Producer of the Year, Non – Classical
Pharrell Williams


Best Rap/Sung Performance
Childish Gambino – This Is America


Best Rap Performance
Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Future, & James Blake – King’s Dead

Anderson .Paak – Bubblin


Best Rock Album
Greta Van Fleet – From the Fires


Best Rock Song
St. Vincent – Masseduction


Best Metal Performance
High on Fire – Electric Messiah


Best Rock Performance
Chris Cornell – When Bad Does Good

Best Urban Contemporary Album
The Carters – Everything Is Love


Best R&B Song
Ella Mai – Boo’d Up


Best Traditional R&B Performance (TIE)
Leon Bridges – Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand
PJ Morton – How Deep Is Your Love [ft. Yebba]


Best R&B Performance
H.E.R. – Best Part [ft. Daniel Caesar]


Best Latin Jazz Album
Dafnis Prieto Big Band – Back to the Sunset


Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album
John Daversa Big Band – American Dreamers: Voices of Hope, Music of Freedom


Best Jazz Instrumental Album
The Wayne Shorter Quartet – Emanon


Best Jazz Vocal Album
Cécile McLorin Salvant – The Window


Best Improvised Jazz Solo
John Daversa – Don’t Fence Me In


Best Reggae Album
Sting & Shaggy – 44/876


Best Dance/Electronic Album
Justice – Woman Worldwide


Best Dance Recording
Silk City & Dua Lipa – Electricity [ft. Diplo and Mark Ronson]

Best Contemporary Classical Composition
Kernis – Violin Concerto


Best Classical Compendium
Fuchs – Piano Concerto Spiritualist


Best Classical Solo Vocal Album
Monteverdi – Songs of Orpheus


Best Classical Instrumental Solo
Kernis – Violin Concerto


Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance
Laurie Anderson – Landfall


Best Choral Performance
McLoskey – Zealot Canticles


Best Opera Recording
Bates – The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs


Best Orchestral Performance
Shostakovich – Symphonies Nos. 4 & 11


Producer of the Year, Classical
Blanton Alspaugh


Best Engineered Album, Classical
Shostakovich – Symphonies Nos. 4 & 11


Best Pop Vocal Album
Ariana Grande – Sweetener


Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Willie Nelson – My Way


Best Pop Solo Performance
Lady Gaga – Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?)


Best Country Song
Kacey Musgraves – Space Cowboy


Best Country Duo/Group Performance
Dan & Shay – Tequila


Best Country Solo Performance
Kacey Musgraves – Butterflies


Best Music Film
Quincy Jones – Quincy


Best Music Video
Childish Gambino – This Is America


Best Regional Roots Music Album
Kalani Pe’a – No ’Ane’i


Best Tropical Latin Album
Spanish Harlem Orchestra – Anniversary


Best Regional Mexican Music Album
Luis Miguel – ¡México Por Siempre!


Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album
Zoe – Aztlán


Best Latin Pop Album
Claudia Brant – Sincera


Best Spoken Word Album
Jimmy Carter – Faith: A Journey for All


Best Children’s Album
Lucy Kalantari & The Jazz Cats – All the Sounds


Best Folk Album
Punch Brothers – All Ashore


Best Contemporary Blues Album
Fantastic Negrito – Please Don’t Be Dead


Best Traditional Blues Album
Buddy Guy – The Blues Is Alive and Well


Best Bluegrass Album
The Travelin’ McCourys – The Travelin’ McCourys


Best Americana Album
Brandi Carlile – By the Way, I Forgive You


Best American Roots Song
Brandi Carlile – The Joke


Best American Roots Performance
Brandi Carlile – The Joke


Best New Age Album
Opium Moon – Opium Moon


Best Song Written for Visual Media
Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper – Shallow


Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media
Ludwig Göransson – Black Panther


Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media
The Greatest Showman


Best World Music Album
Soweto Gospel Choir – Freedom


Best Roots Gospel Album
Jason Crabb – Unexpected


Best Contemporary Christian Music Album
Lauren Daigle – Look Up Child


Best Gospel Album
Tori Kelly – Hiding Place


Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song
Lauren Daigle – You Say


Best Gospel Performance/Song
Tori Kelly Featuring Kirk Franklin – Never Alone


Best Contemporary Instrumental Album
Steve Gadd Band – Steve Gadd Band


Best Immersive Audio Album
Eye in the Sky: 35th Anniversary Edition


Best Remixed Recording
HAIM – Walking Away (Mura Masa remix)


Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical
Beck – Colors


Best Historical Album
Various Artists – Voices Of Mississippi: Artists And Musicians Documented By William Ferris


Best Album Notes
Various Artists – Voices Of Mississippi: Artists And Musicians Documented By William Ferris (David Evans)

Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package
“Weird Al” Yankovic – Squeeze Box: The Complete Works Of “Weird Al” Yankovic


Best Recording Package
St. Vincent – Masseduction


Best Arrangement, Insruments and Vocals
Randy Waldman Featuring Take 6 & Chris Potter – Spiderman Theme


Best Arrangement, Instrumental or a Capella
John Daversa Big Band Featuring DACA Artists – Stars and Stripes Forever


Best Instrumental Composition
Terence Blanchard – Blut Und Boden (Blood And Soil)


Best Alternative Music Album
Beck – Colors


Best Musical Theater Album
The Band’s Visit


Best Comedy Album
Dave Chappelle – Equanimity & the Bird Revelation