Grammy Award Winners 2023

Grammy Award Winners 2023

The 65th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony was held on February 5, 2023. 

Beyoncé became the most awarded artist (32nd win) in Grammy history during a historic evening in Los Angeles. She received awards for Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Song, Best Dance/Electronic Music Album, and Best Dance/Electronic Recording.

Kim Petras made Grammy history as the first transgender woman to win a Grammy in the best pop duo/group performance category. Viola Davis is only the third Black woman in history to achieve the coveted EGOT designation.

Ricky Kej, an Indian music composer, earned his third Grammy Award for the best immersive audio album for 'Divine Tides' at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards event in Los Angeles. He shared this award with rock legend Stewart Copeland.

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List of all Grammy Awards Winners in 2023 

  • Record of the Year – Lizzo.
  • Song of the Year – Lizzo (About Damn Time).
  • Album of the Year – Harry Styles (Harry’s House).
  • Best Pop Vocal Album – Harry Styles (Harry’s House).
  • Best Pop Solo Performance – Bonnie Raitt (Just Like That)
  • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance – Sam Smith & Kim Petras (Unholy).
  • Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album – Michael Buble (Higher).
  • Best Dance/Electronic Recording – Beyoncé (Break My Soul).
  • Best Contemporary Instrumental Album – Snarky Puppy (Empire Central).
  • Best Rock Performance – Brandi Carlile (Broken Horses)
  • Best Metal Performance – Ozzy Osbourne (Degradation Rules).
  • Best Rock Song – Brandi Carlile (Broken Horses)
  • Best Rock Album – Ozzy Osbourne (Patient Number 9).
  • Best New Artist – Samara Joy.
  • Best Alternative Music Album – Wet Leg (Wet Leg).
  • Best Alternative Music Performance – Wet Leg (Chaise Lounge)
  • Best R&B Performance – Muni Long (Hrs & Hrs).
  • Best Traditional R&B Performance – Beyoncé (Plastic Off the Sofa).
  • Best Progressive R&B Album – Steve Lacy (Gemini Rights).
  • Best R&B Album – Robert Glasper (Black Radio III).
  • Best Rap Song – Kendrick Lamar (The Heart Part 5).
  • Best Rap Performance – Kendrick Lamar (The Heart Part 5).
  • Best Melodic Rap Performance – Future, Drake & Tems (Wait for U).
  • Best Country Song – Cody Johnson (’Til You Can’t).
  • Best Country Solo Performance – Willie Nelson (Live Forever).
  • Best Country Duo/Group Performance – Carly Pearce & Ashley McBryde (Never Wanted to Be That Girl).
  • Best Immersive Audio Album – Ricky Kej & Stewart Copeland (Divine Tides).
  • Best New Age, Ambient, or Chant Album – Mystic Mirror (White Sun).
  • Best Improvised Jazz Solo – Wayne Shorter & Leo Genovese (Endangered Species).
  • Best Jazz Vocal Album – Samara Joy (Linger Awhile).
  • Best Jazz Instrumental Album – Stevens (New Standards, Vol. 1).
  • Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album – Steven Feifke, Bijon Watson & Generation Gap Jazz Orchestra (Generation Gap Jazz Orchestra)
  • Best Gospel Performance/Song – Maverick City Music & Kirk Franklin (Kingdom).
  • Best Contemporary Christian Music Album – Maverick City Music (Breathe).
  • Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song – Maverick City Music & Kirk Franklin (Fear Is Not My Future).
  • Best Gospel Album – Maverick City Music & Kirk Franklin (Kingdom Book One (Deluxe)).
  • Best Roots Gospel Album – Tennessee State University (The Urban Hymnal).
  • Best Latin Pop Album – Rubén Blades & Boca Livre (Pasieros).
  • Best Spoken Word Album – Viola Davis (Finding Me, memoir)


  • EGOT – The grand slam of winning all four major American entertainment awards ie, an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony over a career. 

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