Grammy Awards 2024: A Night of Music’s Biggest Moments


The 2024 Grammy Awards, held on Sunday night (Monday morning in India) at the Arena in Los Angeles, was a spectacular event filled with emotional speeches, first-time wins, and surprising announcements. Let’s examine five of the awards’ most notable moments.

Miley Cyrus Shouts, ‘I Just Won My First Grammy!’

Miley Cyrus won her first Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance with the song “Flower.” Maria Carey gave the honor, and Miley begged to stand with the legendary musician in her moving acceptance speech. She exclaimed, “This MC will stand with this MC, and that’s pretty prestigious.” As she presented flowers later, the singer couldn’t contain her excitement, shouting, “I just won my first Grammy!”

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Taylor Swift Announces Next Album: The Torched Poets Department

Taylor Swift knows how to work the details. She shocked the crowd by revealing her new album, “The Torched Poets Department,” which is scheduled for release on April 19, following her 13th Grammy win for Best Pop Vocal Album.

Expressing gratitude to the Recording Academy members, she said, “I want to thank the Recording Academy for voting in this way. But I know the way they vote is a direct reflection of the passion of the fans.”

Tracy Chapman Receives Standing Ovation

After a fast car performance with Luke Combs, Tracy Chapman received a standing ovation at the Grammys. Tracy wrote and originally performed the song in 1988. Following a new cover release by Luke last April, the song experienced a resurgence. Following Tracy’s performance, fans responded with enthusiasm. A fan expressed, “Tracy Chapman appears as stunning as the day this song first graced our ears.”” Whoa. What an honor.”

Jonny Michel’s Debut at the Grammys

In a career spanning five decades, Jonny Michel made his debut at the Grammy Awards. The recipient of the 2002 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award delivered a poignant performance of “Both Sides Now.” Accompanied by Jacob Collier, Alison Russell, Sista Strings, Blake Mills, Lucius, and Brandy Carlisle, Jonny won the Grammy for Best Folk Album for “Newport.”

Stevie Wonder’s Heartfelt Tribute to Toni Bennett

Stevie Wonder paid a heartfelt tribute to his late friend Toni Bennett during the annual memorial segment, who passed away in July 2023 at the age of 96. Reflecting on his admiration for Toni, Stevie said, “I remember hearing Toni Bennett sing ‘For Once in My Life’ when I was around 13 or 14. The beautiful thing, though, is that I got to sing with someone I’d loved for a very long time—not just because of his amazing voice, though that was unreal—but also because of his artistry, his love of art, his love of love in art, and his support of civil rights, peace, and unity.”


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