GRAMMYs Awards Show: Winner’s List, Johnathan McReynolds’ Earns First GRAMMY

The 63rd GRAMMY Awards aired live last Sunday, March 14, and it wasn’t a show to miss! The Awards had stunning performances from superstars like: Megan Thee Stallion, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, and many more. Renowned gospel musician, Johnathan McReynolds, also took home his very first GRAMMY this year for Best Gospel Performance/Song with “Moving On” ft. Mali Music. This is another major accomplishment for Johnathan, whose career began in 2012 with the release of his debut album, “Life Music”. Be sure to check out Johnathan and the rest of the 2021 GRAMMY Award Winners in the general full list below:

  • Record of the Year- “Everything I Wanted” Billie Eilish

  • Album of the Year- “Folklore” Taylor Swift

  • Song of the Year- “I Can’t Breathe” H.E.R.

  • Best New Artist- Megan Thee Stallion

  • Best Solo Pop Performance- “Watermelon Sugar” Harry Styles

  • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance- “Rain On Me” Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande

  • Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album- “American Standard” James Taylor

  • Best Pop Vocal Album- “Future Nostalgia” Dua Lipa

  • Best Dance Recording- “10%” Kaytranada ft. Kali Uchis

  • Best Dance/Electronic Album- “Bubba” Kaytranada

  • Best Contemporary Instrumental Album- “Live at the Royal Albert Hall” Snarky Puppy

  • Best Rock Performance- “Shameika” Fiona Apple

  • Best Metal Performance- “BUM-RUSH” Body Count

  • Best Rock Song- “Stay High” Brittany Howard

  • Best Rock Album- “The New Abnormal” The Strokes

  • Best Alternative Music Album- “Fetch the Bolt Cutters” Fiona Apple

  • Best R&B Performance- “Black Parade” Beyoncé

  • Best Traditional R&B Performance- “Anything for You” Ledisi

  • Best R&B Song- “Better Than I Imagined” Robert Glasper ft. H.E.R. & Meshell Ndegeocello

  • Best Progressive R&B Album- “It It What It Is” Thundercat

  • Best R&B Album- “Bigger Love” John Legend

  • Best Rap Performance- “Savage” Megan Thee Stallion ft. Beyoncé

  • Best Melodic Rap Performance- “Lockdown” Anderson.Paak

  • Best Rap Song- “Savage” Megan Thee Stallion ft. Beyoncé

  • Best Rap Album- “King’s Disease” Nas

  • Best Gospel Performance/Song- “Movin’ On” Johnathan McReynolds & Mali Music

These are just some of the great artists apart of this massive list, please feel free to check out the entire awards list on the GRAMMYs website, Definitely check out all of these amazing winners and nominees, congratulations to all!

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