All you have to think about the 2019 Grammys


Recently, the 61st Grammy Awards Gala was sorted out by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences at Staples Center in Los Angeles. 

A less-foreseen honors service than different years – maybe to a limited extent in view of the dismissal of probably the most well known craftsmen like Drake or Kendrick Lamar – however abandoned us, as usual, a great deal of fascinating things.

Drake wins Grammy to best rap tune with “God Plan” 

One of the huge victors of the night was not being another formal Canadian. Amid a year in which he committed himself to gathering grants and praises, he couldn’t leave the Grammy clear.

This is the “God’s Plan”, the tune for which he previously got the ideal record, which drove him to win the Best Rap Song of the Year Award (recollect that the Grammys are gathering the melodies that go from October 1 to September 30).

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Whimsical Gambino meets desires with ‘This is America’ 

What was one of the tunes of the year – somewhat in view of his disputable and super-composite music video condemning the job of the American organization that underpins Donald Trump – served the California performing artist and artist to seize two brilliant gramophones.

All the more explicitly, two of the most critical: Best Recording of the Year and Best Song of the Year. Furthermore, it is that ‘This is America’ has without a doubt been a genuine accomplishment for Donald Glover, otherwise known as Childish Gambino.

Cardi B reaffirms itself as the ruler of urban music 

Cardi B was one of the names of the year, if not the most critical. First observed the collection ‘Intrusion of Privacy’, a standout amongst the best and likely the most critical of his vocation, was a mother, lived one of the books of the year with Offset (additionally the one of the books), battled with Nicki Minaj and worked for high fashion organizations. Nothing.

A year like that was granted at the Grammy Awards. The artist won the prize for the best rap collection. an acknowledgment that a lady did not take Lauryn Hill in her scene with the Fugees.

The costs of Latin music 

The significance of Latinos in the United States is important to the point that notwithstanding having their very own Grammy Awards, they merit a different area in The Urban Young.

In the class of best Latin pop collection, the champ is Claudia Brant, one of the extraordinary shocks of a practically obscure independent craftsman.

Zoe, with ‘Aztlán’, won the prize for the best elective Latin collection; and Luis Miguel with “Mexico por siempre!” won the prize for best Mexican territorial collection.


The exhibitions of the celebration 

In spite of nonattendances like those of Kendrick Lamar or Drake, the Grammys exhibitions of 2019 were loaded with astonishments, similarly as in earlier years.

Post Malone and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lady Gaga and Mark Ronson, St. Vicent with Dua Lipa, Travis Scott with James Blake and Earth Wind and Fire and a lot more …

A night that will without a doubt go to the memory of many, melodic quality left aside and great vibrations:

It was an occasion that had everything to it would be ideal if you and regardless of little disappointments, for example, Kendrick Lamar, the most named however just won minor honors, absolutely leaves a great deal to discuss.

Outline of the champs of the Grammy Awards 2019 

Best Duet Pop 

“SHALLOW” by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

Song of the year 

“This is America”, by Childish Gambino (Donald Glover)

Best Album Country

“Brilliant Hour” by Kacey Musgraves

Best Rap song

“God’s Plan” by Drake

Best Album R&B

“H.E.R.”, by H.E.R.

Best Rap Album

Invasion of privacy by Cardi B

Best New Artist

Dua Lipa

Record of the year

“This is America”, by Childish Gambino (Donald Glover)

Album of year

“Brilliant Hour” by Kacey Musgraves