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54th Annual GRAMMY Awards Winners List

By Maria Esteves – February 15, 2012

The 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards hosted by two-time GRAMMY winner LL COOL J was held at STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, California, Sunday, February 12, 2012, 8:00pm ET. Presented by The Recording Academy, produced by John Cossette Productions and AEG Ehrlich Ventures, GRAMMY Awards honored musical excellence in the recording arts and sciences to artists and technical professionals of 2011. This year’s GRAMMY sponsors were Delta Air Lines, Dial Global Radio, Harman, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Hyundai, MasterCard, PEOPLE, Pepsi, Procter & Gamble (COVERGIRL, Olay and Venus), and Waste Management.

Adele received six GRAMMYs including Best Album and Best Record of the Year. Skrillex received three GRAMMYs including Best Dance Recording. A special tribute in memory of the world’s greatest pop singer six-time GRAMMY winner Whitney Houston included performance of “I Will Always Love You,” by Academy Award winner Jennifer Hudson. Paul McCartney, performed “My Valentine,” group performances included Electronic dance music catergory debut Chris Brown, Deadmau5, Foo Fighters, David Guetta, Lil Wayne, and many others. 54th GRAMMY Award winners are:

Record of the Year

ROLLING IN THE DEEP, artist Adele, produced by Paul Epworth (XL Recordings/Columbia Records)

Album of the Year

21, artist Adele (XL Recordings/Columbia Records)

Song of the Year

ROLLING IN THE DEEP, 21 album, artist Adele, produced by Paul Epworth (XL Recordings/Columbia Records)

Best New Artist


Best Pop Vocal Album

21, artist Adele, produced by Paul Epworth (XL Recordings/Columbia Records)

Best Dance Recording

SCARY MONSTERS AND NICE SPRITES, artist Skrillex, produced by Skrillex (Big Beat/Atlantic)

Best Dance/Electronica Album

SCARY MONSTERS AND NICE SPRITES, artist Skrillex (Big Beat/Atlantic)

Best Rock Song

WALK, Wasting Light album, artist Foo Fighters (RCA Records)

Best Rock Album

WASTING LIGHT, artist Foo Fighters, produced by Butch Vig (RCA Records/ Roswell Records)

Best R&B Song

FOOL FOR YOU, artist Cee Lo Green & Melanie Fiona (Radiculture/Elektra)

Best R&B Album

F.A.M.E., artist Chris Brown (Jive Records)

Best Rap Song

ALL OF THE LIGHTS, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy album, artists Kanye West, Rihanna, Kid Cudi, and Fergie (Roc-A Fella)

Best Rap Album


Best Country Song

MEAN, Speak Now album, artist Taylor Swift (Big Machine Records)

Best Country Album

OWN THE NIGHT, artist Lady Antebellum (Capitol Records Nashville)

Best Gospel Album

HELLO FEAR, artist Kirk Franklin (Verity Gospel Music Group/ Fo Yo Soul Ent.)

Best Latin Pop, Rock, Or Urban Album

DRAMA Y LUZ, artist Maná (Warner Music Mexico)

Best Musical Theater Album

THE BOOK OF MORMON, Original Broadway Cast (Ghostlight Records)

Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media

THE KING’S SPEECH, composed by Alexandre Desplat (Decca)

Best Song Written For Visual Media

I SEE THE LIGHT, for Tangled composed (Walt Disney Records)

Best Historical Album


Best Producer, Non-Classical


Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical

CINEMA, remixed by Skrillex

Best Short Form Music Video

ROLLING IN THE DEEO, directed by Sam Brown, artist Adele (XL Recordings/Columbia Records)

Best Long Form Music Video

FOO FIGHTERS: BACK AND FORTH, directed by James Moll, artist Foo Fighters (Exclusive Media Group/RCA Records/Back & Fort)

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