Grammy Awards 2022 took place on Sunday night with the usual hustle and bustle declaring that the world is embracing normalcy post-pandemic. There were some clear winners of the night whereas some did not receive a single nod.
The highlight of the night was the grand appearance of Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Let’s have a look at some of the amazing performances of the night that made this year’s Grammys totally memorable.
Jon Batiste took five Grammys home – he was the ultimate king of the night. He got an award for the album of the year “We are”. The singer hailing from New Orleans started the night as the “most nominated musician” of the night.
The singer said in a speech “There is no best musician, best artist, best dancer, best actor,”
“The creative arts are subjective and they reach people at a point in their lives when they need it most.”
“For me,” he stated, “it’s a spiritual practice.”
Silk Sonic- the amazing duo comprising Anderson. Paak and Bruno Mars won four categories as they could feel the winning spirit around them. Paak called the win as “a clean sweep.”
The biggest night of music saw remarkable performances from the musicians representing Gen Z such as Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, Supercool K-pop group BTS, Chris Stapleton, Lil Nas X, and Lady Gaga.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the president of Ukraine also made an appearance where he encouraged the audience to keep on supporting his country “in any way you can.”
Some of the best performances of the Grammy’s 2022 were:
- BTS dazzles with heist-themed ‘Butter’
- H.E.R. shows off on different instruments with stars including Lenny Kravitz
- Lil Nas X gets about as weird (and fun) as these things can be
- Billie Eilish is ‘Happier Than Ever’ at the Grammys
- Olivia Rodrigo shows why ‘Drivers License’ conquered the world
- Chris Stapleton shows off his powerful vocals with ‘Cold’
- Jon Batiste comes out of the late-night show shadow
- Brandi Carlile moves from piano to guitar and thrills the audience
- Nas performs a career-spanning medley
- Silk Sonic opens Grammys with a Vegas-appropriate song
- Brothers Osborne close out the night with high-energy ‘Dead Man’s Curve’
- J Balvin and Maria Becerra perform ‘Que Mas Pues’
- Carrie Underwood’s wind machine goes into overdrive
- Justin Bieber gets his peaches in Georgia and applause at the Grammys
- Lady Gaga tries to do a duet solo