Grammys 2020 updates: List of key winners at the 2020 Grammys

Billie Eilish allegedly won Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Billie Eilish’s “When we all fall asleep, where do we go? Wins Album of the Year award while the singer’s “Bad Guy” wins record of the year.

Also, “Bad Guy” wins Song of the Year along with her brother Finneas O’Connell. Even the singer song writer was awarded the Best New Artist.

Camila Cabello sang “First Man”, a song that she dedicated to her father. While performing on the stage Cabello walked off the stage to her dad’s seat to finish singing the song in front of him, while his eyes filled with tears, even the audience became emotional, including Gwen Stefani.

Gary Clark Jr. and Finneas, walked away as the most awarded stars, as they took home three awards each.

Finneas, who co-wrote, produced and engineered his sister’s debut album, “When We All Fall sleep, Where Do We Go?” – won best engineered album (non-classical), best pop vocal album (shared with his sister) and non-classical producer of the year award at the event.

In a statement, Finneas said, “My heart is beating so fast right now. This award belongs to my sister Billie for her trust and vision.”

While, Lil Nas X, Billy Ray Cyrus and video director Calmatic won the 2020 Grammy Award for Best Music Video for their “Old Town Road (Official Movie)”. The video was released on April 5, 2019.

Mickey Smith Jr. won Music Educator Award at the 2020 Grammy. Nine music teachers have allegedly been announced as finalists for the award. The Maplewood Middle School teacher however received the award for his contribution to the field of music education.

American rapper, singer, record producer, songwriter, music video director, graphic designer, fashion designer, actor and comedian Tyler, the Creator won the 2020 Grammys for Best Rap Album for his latest album Igor.

Top nominee Lizzo dedicated 2020 Grammys to late NBA legend Kobe Bryant, “Tonight is for Kobe,” shouted the 31-year-old star. Lizzo has already won two awards in the pre-gala event that led to music’s marquee night.

Kobe Bryant, who played for the Lakers in the Staples Center — died in a helicopter crash earlier in the day, along with eight others, including his 13-year-old daughter.