AceShowbiz - %cKendrick Lamar% is already one of the winners at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards. Ahead of the telecast on Sunday night, January 28, the "Loyalty" hitmaker earned three Grammys for his song "Humble", which was the lead track off his latest album "DAMN."
"Humble" won Best Music Video, Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance at the event. On the other hand, %cBruno Mars%, who is also one of the top nominees at the award show, took home Best Engineered Album for his effort "24K Magic", which also won Best R&B Album. Serban Genea, John Harned and Charles Moniz accepted the award, dedicating it to master engineer Tom Coyner, who died in April.
Bruno also won Best R&B Performance and Best R&B Song for his hit song "That's What I Like". Presenter %cJimmy Jam% accepted the award, saying, "I'll pass this off to Bruno on my home."
Musical drama "La La Land" won Best Compilation for Soundtrack Award and Best Score Soundtrack. Composer Justin Hurwits accepted the award that night. "Right now I'm just working on the next score," he said in his acceptance speech. "I'll guess I'll thank a few more people. Director Damien Chazelle. He touches every single detail of the movie. I owe so much to you."
%cEd Sheeran% and %cShakira% also picked up the early awards. While the British singer won Best Pop Vocal for his record "Divide (division sign)", the Columbian superstar took home Best Latin Pop Album for her eleventh studio album "El Dorado".
On the other hand, %cThe Weeknd% notched Best Urban Contemporary Album for his latest effort "Starboy". Once again, Jimmy accepted the award, saying, "In all seriousness, The Weeknd lives right around the corner from me. I'll make sure he gets this."
Other winners included %cFoo Fighters%, who won Best Rock Song for "Run", and %cChris Stapleton%, who won Best Country Solo Performance for "Either Way" and Best Country Duo for "Broken Halos".