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Did BTS Win At Grammy Awards 2021? Complete List Of Nominees And Winners

Did BTS Win At Grammy Awards 2021? Complete List Of Nominees And Winners- EXCLUSIVE DETAILS
The Grammy Awards 2021 results are out and here's all you need to know.

The 63rd edition of the Annual Grammy Awards has aired yesterday on Paramount Plus and CBS at 8 PM ET. It is generally held at the Los Angeles Convention Centre in Los Angeles, California. The Recording Academy began the Awards ceremony in May 1959 to respect and honor the musical achievements of the performers of the year 1958. Anyhow, the prestigious award ceremony conducted its 63rd edition this year to celebrate music once again. Many singers, bands, and artists were nominated in different categories. Apart from that, many people performed for the award show. From BTS to Cardi B or Taylor Swift to Bad Bunny, each of them put a spectacular show at the glorious award night. So, let us take a deeper look at it further in the article and find out everything there is that we need to know about it.

Did BTS Win At Grammy Awards 2021? Complete List Of Nominees And Winners- EXCLUSIVE DETAILS

Trever Noah hosted the 63rd edition of the Annual Grammy Awards.

Just like every year, the Grammy Awards 2021 were hosted at the Los Angeles Convention Center. However, there was one minor change. This change was that there was no live audience present there. Trevor Noah hosted the ceremony whereas there were some performances too from stars like Cardi B, Dua Lipa, BTS, Taylor Swift, and many more. So, let us have a look at the nominations and winners of Grammy Awards 2020.

Award Winners and Nominations:

Record of the Year:

Billie Eilish won the Record of the Year Grammy for “Everything I Wanted”. The other nominations for the award were:

Black Pumas- “Colors”;

Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé- “Savage”; 

DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch- “Rockstar”;

Doja Cat- “Say So”;

Beyoncé- “Black Parade”;

Dua Lipa- “Don’t Start Now”;

Post Malone- “Circles”. 

Album of the Year:

Taylor Swift won the Album of the Year Grammy for “Folklore”. The other nominations for the award were:

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Jhené Aiko- “Chilombo”;

Black Pumas- “Black Pumas” (Deluxe Edition);

Coldplay- “Everyday Life”;

Jacob Collier- “Djesse Vol. 3”;

Haim- “Women in Music Pt. III”;

Dua Lipa- “Future Nostalgia”;

Post Malone- “Hollywood’s Bleeding”.

Song of the Year: 

H.E.R. won the Song of the Year Grammy for “I Can’t Breathe”. The other nominations for the award were:

Beyoncé- “Black Parade”;

Roddy Ricch- “The Box”;

Taylor Swift- “Cardigan”;

Post Malone- “Circles”;

Dua Lipa- “Don’t Start Now”;

Billie Eilish- “Everything I Wanted”;

JP Saxe featuring Julia Michaels- “If the World Was Ending”.

Best New Artist: 

Megan Thee Stallion won the Best New Artist Grammy. The other nominations for the award were:

Ingrid Andress

Doja Cat

Noah Cyrus

Chika

Phoebe Bridgers

D Smoke

Kaytranada

Best Pop Solo Performance: 

Harry Styles won the Best Pop Solo Performance Grammy for “Watermelon Sugar”. The other nominations for the award were:

Justin Bieber- “Yummy”;

Doja Cat- “Say So”;

Billie Eilish- “Everything I Wanted”;

Dua Lipa- “Don’t Start Now”;

Taylor Swift- “Cardigan”.

Best Pop Group/Duo Performance: 

Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga won the Best Pop Group/Duo Performance Grammy for “Rain on Me”. The other nominations for the award were:

J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny & Tainy- “Un Dia (One Day)”;

Justin Bieber featuring Quavo- “Intentions”;

BTS- “Dynamite”;

Taylor Swift featuring Bon Iver- “Exile”.

Best Pop Vocal Album: 

Dua Lipa won the Best Pop Vocal Album Grammy for “Future Nostalgia”. The other nominations for the award were:

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Justin Bieber- “Changes”;

Lady Gaga- “Chromatica”;

Harry Styles- “Fine Line”;

Taylor Swift- “Folklore”.

Best Rap Performance: 

Megan thee Stallion and Beyoncé won the Best Rap Performance Grammy for “Savage”. The other nominations for the award were:

Big Sean featuring Nipsey Hussle- “Deep Reverence”;

DaBaby- “Bop”;

Jack Harlow- “What’s Poppin”;

Lil Baby- “The Bigger Picture”;

Pop Smoke- “Dior”.

Best Rap Song: 

Megan thee Stallion and Beyoncé won the Best Rap Song Grammy for “Savage”. The other nominations for the award were:

Lil Baby- “The Bigger Picture”;

Roddy Ricch- “The Box” — Roddy Ricch;

Drake featuring Lil Durk- “Laugh Now Cry Later”;

DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch- “Rockstar”.

Best Rap Album: 

Nas won the Best Rap Album Grammy for “King’s Disease”. The other nominations for the award were:

D Smoke- “Black Habits”;

Freddie Gibbs & The Alchemist- “Alfredo”;

Jay Electronica- “A Written Testimony”;

Royce da 5’9″- “The Allegory”.

Best Music Video: 

Beyoncé, Saint Jhn & Wizkid Featuring Blue Ivy Carter won the Grammy for the Best Music Video for their song “Brown Skin Girl”. The other nominations for the award were:

Future Featuring Drake- “Life Is Good”;

Anderson Paak- “Lockdown”;

Harry Styles- “Adore You”;

“Goliath”- Woodkid.

Best Music Film: 

Linda Ronstadt won the Grammy for the Best Music Film for her music film “Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice”. The other nominations for the award were:

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Beastie Boys- “Beastie Boys Story”;

Beyoncé- “Black Is King”;

Freestyle Love Supreme- “We Are Freestyle Love Supreme”;

ZZ Top- “That Little Ol’ Band From Texas”. 

Did BTS win at Grammy Awards 2021?

Unfortunately, BTS did not win at the Grammy Awards 2021 i.e. the 63rd edition of the prestigious awards ceremony. The K-pop group was nominated in the category Best Pop Group/Duo Performance for their song “Dynamite”. It was the first time in their music career that the group was nominated for the Grammys. Moreover, “Dynamite” was their first-ever song to be released completely in English. However, the Grammy Award went to Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga for their song “Rain on Me”. Consequently, this decision did not really go well with the fans of BTS, better known as ‘Army’.

Twitter was flooded with tweets containing #LightItUpBTS and #OurGreatestPrize as the fans were hoping that BTS would win the match. However, as soon as a result was announced, the fans wreaked havoc on social media. They started trolling the Grammy Awards and tweeting about it. In fact, they went on to trend “#Scammys” on social media after the disappointing result. Nevertheless, some fans remained optimistic and said that they’d surely win the honor next year. Anyhow, even though BTS didn’t win the award, they put up a spectacular performance, and their fans must be really happy about that. You can click above to watch their performance.

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