58th Grammy Awards Leave Viewers In Awe



This year the 58th annual Grammy awards- presented by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences – wrapped up in Los Angeles on national television February 16th and was hosted at the Honda Center by LL Cool J. Some of the biggest winners with the most awards won this year are Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, and The Weekend.

Throughout the evening numerous performers sang recent hits for the audience, some even collaborated with other musicians to sing a mashup or an interesting rendition to a popular melody. Anyone from Adele, to Ellie Goulding, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, and many more pleased the crowd with their performances, said eonline.com.

A total of 20 artists had performed by the end of the night. However, some of the singers’ performances were not only to entertain the listeners or fill in empty space in between award-giving, but to give a tribute to recently deceased entertainers- like Lady Gaga, who sang one of David Bowie’s own songs to honor him as you can see on grammy.com. He past away January 10, 2016.   

“If you just focus on the work … you will look around and you will know that it was you and the people who love you that put you there. That will be the greatest moment,” Swift said, encouraging women all over the world to follow their dreams and face any obstacle.

The 58th Grammys, one of the most watched award shows in history, recieved an audience of 28 million viewers; reported latimes.com. Families look forward to watching every year to see the new winners and upcoming stars.