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Chance The Rapper Wins Best Rap Album acceptance speech at the 2017 GRAMMYs. Photo by: Recording Academy / GRAMMYs / YouTube
Chance The Rapper Wins Best Rap Album acceptance speech at the 2017 GRAMMYs. Photo by: Recording Academy / GRAMMYs / YouTube

The Chainsmokers and Flume Take Home Gold in Electronic Dance Music

The 59th GRAMMY Awards Ceremony took place at Microsoft Theater on Sunday, February 12 from downtown Los Angeles.

Adele took home five wins including: Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, and Best Pop Vocal Album.

Chance the Rapper and David Bowie both picked up several wins. Watch over Chance’s acceptance speech:

Adele’s bold acceptance speech for Song of the Year showcases her inner energy. Watch over her speech from the 2017 GRAMMYs:

Before the GRAMMYs got underway, we polled our Google+ music collection to see which act they thought would take home Best Record of the Year. They voted that Adele would win, and for the second year in a row, our poll data matches up with the winner.

In addition to David Bowie picking up several wins in the alternative rock genre, Cage the Elephant picked up a win for Best Rock Album for Tell Me I’m Pretty. 

Snarky Puppy picked up a win for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album. Sturgill Simpson won a GRAMMY award for Best Country Album for A Sailor’s Guide To Earth.

Browse over the playlist of videos on YouTube, and scan over tweets from the GRAMMYs.

59th GRAMMY Awards | February 12, 2017