57th Annual GRAMMY Awards Winners

February 11, 2015 Updated: April 23, 2016

The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards with four-time host entertainment icon LL COOL J commenced Sunday, February 8, 2015, 8:00pm ET at STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, California. Presented by The Recording Academy, produced by AEG Ehrlich Ventures, GRAMMY Awards honor musical excellence in the recording arts and sciences to artists and technical professionals of 2014. Four GRAMMYs went to Sam Smith including Best Record of the Year. Three GRAMMYs went to Beck including Best Album of the Year, Pharrell Williams including Best Urban Contemporary Album and Beyoncé including Best R&B Song. The late iconic comedian Joan Rivers was honored with the Best Spoken Word Album award. Melissa Rivers and her son Cooper Endicott accepted the award on behalf of her mother.

This year’s GRAMMY solo and group performances included AC/DC, Ariana Grande, Common, Ed Sheeran, Eric Church, John Legend, Madonna, Miranda Lambert, Pharrell Williams, Sam Smith, Usher, Sir Paul McCartney, Rihanna and Kanye West. A special real-time video presentation by President Barak Obama urged artists to help end domestic violence.

The 57th Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony


The 57th Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony – Part 2

The 57th GRAMMY winners are:

Record of the Year
STAY WITH ME, artist Sam Smith (Darkchild Version)

Album of the Year
MORNING PHASE, artist Beck, Beck Acceptance Speech 

Song of the Year
STAY WITH ME, artist Sam Smtih (Darkchild Version) Sam Smith Acceptance Speech 

Best New Artist

Best Pop Vocal Album
IN THE LONELY HOUR, artist Sam Smith

Best Dance Recording
RATHER BE CLEAN BANDIT, artist Clean Bandit featuring Jess Glynne

Best Dance/Electronica Album
SYRO, artist Aphex Twin (Warp Records)

Best Rock Song
AIN’T IT FUN, artist Paramore

Best Rock Album
MORNING PHASE, artist Beck

Best R&B Song
DRUNK IN LOVE, artist Beyoncé

Best R&B Album
LOVE, MARRIAGE & DIVORCE, artists Toni Braxton & Babyface (Def Jam Recordings)

Best Rap Song
I, artist Kendrick Lamar

Best Rap Album

Best Country Song
I’M NOT GONNA MISS YOU, artist Glen Campbell (Big Machine Records)

Best Country Album
PLATINUM, artist Miranda Lambert

Best Gospel Album
HELP, artist Erica Campbell (EOne/My Block)

Best Latin Pop, Rock, or Alternative Album
MULTIVIRAL, artist Calle 13 (Sony Music Latin)

Best Musical Theater Album
BEAUTIFUL: The Carole King Musical, composer and lyrics by Carole King

Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media
THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, composed by Alexandre Desplat (Abkco Music & Records)

Best Song Written For Visual Media
LET IT GO from Frozen (Walt Disney Records)

Best Historical Album
THE GARDEN SPOT PROGRAMS (Omnivore Recordings)

Best Producer, Non-Classical

Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical
ALL OF ME, remixed by Tiesto

Best Music Video
HAPPY, artist Pharrell Williams (Columbia Records)

Best Music Film
20 FEET FROM STARDOM, artist Darlene Love (Anchor Bay)