Grammys 2021

The rap icon wrote a heartfelt post congratulating the artists for their historic wins at the 2021 Grammys.
"President Biden, we demand justice, equity, policy and everything else that freedom encompasses," the activist said during Lil Baby's moving performance.
"You deserve it, honestly," Eilish said after her Grammy win. "This goes to her. Can we just cheers for Megan Thee Stallion, please?"
The South Korean supergroup didn't win an award, but their fans still celebrated an explosive performance which re-created the set of the Grammys in Seoul.
The "Black Parade" singer showed up when the show was nearly over and took total command with her husband by her side.
The "Glee" star and Grammy nominee's name was not shown on the telecast, but was featured on a list on the Recording Academy's website.
Swift is now the only woman in Grammy history to win the award for Album of the Year three times.
The red carpet looks played in harmony with health measures at the music awards.
The music superstar surpassed country artist Alison Krauss's record for the most Grammy wins by a female artist in history.
The duo sang "WAP" live for the first time ever with a heel-stomping performance featuring a larger-than-life bed, flying money and unreal dance moves.