The New York City hosted the 60-i ceremony of presenting one of the main awards of the music industry - the Grammy Awards. This year, the winners were chosen in 84 nominations.

Three major victories - the statuettes "Record of the Year", "Album of the Year" and "Song of the Year" - took Bruno Mars. The awards received the record "24K Magic", the eponymous album and the track "That's What I Like". Mars also received awards for Best R & B Performance, Best R & B Song, and Best R & B Album.

The Canadian soul singer Alessia Karu was recognized as the best performer. Kendrick Lamar took with him five statuettes: he received awards in the nominations “Best Rap Album”, “Best Rap Performance”, “Best Rap Song” performance "and" Best Music Video ".

“Best Pop Performance” and “Best Pop Album” were awarded to Ed Sheeran with the album Divide and the track Shape of You, and Kraftwerk received a statuette in the category Best Dance Electronic Album.

The group Foo Fighters received a statuette in the form of a gramophone for the track “Run” (he was recognized as the “Best Song in the Rock”), and Leonard Cohen for the “Best Rock Performance” with the song “You Want It Darker”. "The Best Rock Album" was "A Deeper Understanding" by The War on Drugs, and for "The Best Traditional Vocal Pop Album" was awarded Tony Bennett with the album "Tony Bennett Celebrates 90".

Russian performers across the ocean were also noticed: pianist Daniel Trifonov received a Grammy for the Best Instrumental Solo from the album Transcendental with etudes by F. Liszt.

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