The winners of the 2022 Grammy Awards, which were held in Las Vegas for the first time due to COVID-19 difficulties, have been announced.

Jon Batiste has the most nominations with 11, followed by Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, and H.E.R., who each have eight. Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo are tied for the most nominations with seven each. Taylor Swift and Kanye West, with Evermore and Donda, respectively, are among those nominated for Album of the Year. It’s unclear whether the latter, who is now known legally as Ye, would attend the event.

Grammys 2022 Winners

Best Classical Instrumental Solo winner – “Alone Together” – Jennifer Koh

Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance winner – “Beethoven: Cello Sonatas – Hope Amid Tears”-YoYo Ma & Emanuel Ax

Best Opera Recording winner – ‘Glass: Akhnaten’ The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & The Metropolitan Opera Chorus

Best Choral Performance winner -Gustavo Dudamel

Congrats Best Orchestral Performance winner – ‘Price: Symphonies NOS. 1 &3’ Philadelphia orchestra

Producer Of The Year, Classical winner – Judith Sherman

Best Engineered Album, Classical winner – Leslie Ann Jones, engineer; Michael Romanowsk

Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Storytelling) winner – ‘Carry On: Reflections For A New Generation From John Lewis’ – Don Cheadle

Best Music Video – Freedom by Jon Batiste

Best Country Song – Cold by Chris Stapleton

Best Contemporary Instrumental Album winner – ‘Tree Falls’ by Taylor Eigsti

Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano) winner – ‘A Mis 80’s’ by Vicente Fernandez

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Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album winner – ‘Origen’ by Juanes

Best Global Music Performance – “Mohabbat” by Arooj Aftab

Best Musica Urbana Album winner – ‘El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo’ by San Benito

Best Latin Pop Album winner – ‘Mendo’ by Alex Cuba

Best Roots Gospel Album winner – ‘My Savior’ by Carrie Underwood

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album winner – ‘Old Church Basement’ by Elevation Worship & Maverick City Music

Best Gospel Album winner – ‘Believe For It’ by Cece Winans

Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance winner – “Believe For It” by cece winans

Best Global Music Album – Mother Nature’ by Angelique Kidjoe

Best Gospel Performance/Song winner – “Never Lost” by cece winans

Best Music Film winner – ‘Summer Of Soul’by Questlove

Best Immersive Audio Album winner – ‘Alicia’ by alicia keys

Best Remixed Recording winner – “Passenger” (Mike Shinoda Remix)

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical winner – ‘Love For Sale’ Dae Bennett, Josh Coleman & Billy Cumella (engineers) Greg Calbi & steve fallone (mastering engineers)

Best Historical Album winner – Patrick Milligan & Joni Mitchell

Best Album Notes winner – ‘The Complete Louis Armstrong Columbia And RCA Victor Studio Sessions 1946-1966’ by Ricky Riccardi

Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package winner – ‘All Things Must Pass: 50th Anniversary Edition’ by Darren Evans, DhaniHarrison & Olivia Harrison

Best Recording Package winner – ‘Pakelang’ Li Jheng Han & Yu & Wei

Best Dance/Electronic Music Album winner – ‘Subconsciously’ by Black Coffee

Best Dance/Electronic Recording goes to – “Alive” by Rufus Du Sol

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Best Reggae Album winner – ‘Beauty In The Silence’ by SOJA

Best Regional Roots Music Album winner – ‘Kalani Pe’a

Best Folk Album winner – ‘They’re Calling Me Home’ by Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi

Best Contemporary Blues Album winner – ‘662’ Christone “Kingfish” Ingram

Best Traditional Blues Album winner – ‘I Be Trying’ by Cedrick Burnside

Best Bluegrass Album winner – ‘My Bluegrass Heart’ by Bela fleck

Best Americana Album winner – ‘Native Sons’ by Los Lobos

Best American Roots Song winner – “Cry” by Jon Batiste & Steve McEwan

Best American Roots Performance winner – “Cry” by Jon Batiste

Best Country Song winner – “Cold” Dave Cobb

Best Country Duo/Group Performance winner – “Younger Me” by brothers osborne

Best Country Solo Performance winner – “You Should Probably Leave” by Chris Stapleton

Best Latin Jazz Album winner – ‘Mirror Mirror’ Eliane Elisa With Chick Corea & chuch ovaldes

Best Improvised Jazz Solo -“Humpty Dumpty (set 2)” by Chick Corea

Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical winner – jack antonoff’

Best Children’s Music Album winner – ‘A Colorful World’ falu

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album g- ‘Love For Sale’ by tony bennett & lady gaga

Best Pop Solo Performance – “drivers license” by olivia rodrigo

Best Comedy Album – ‘Sincerely Louis CK’ Louis C.K.

Best Jazz Vocal Album – ‘Songwrights Apothecary Lab’ by Esperanza Spalding

Best Rap Album w – ‘Call Me If You Get Lost’ tyler the creator

Best Rap Song – “Jail” Dwayne Abernathy, Jr., Shawn Carter, Raul Cubina,

Michael Dean, Charles M. Njapa, Sean Solymar, Kanye West & Mark Williams, songwriters by kanyewest ft. Jay-Z

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Best Melodic Rap Performance – “Hurricane by kanye west ft. the weeknd & lil baby

Best R&B Song – “Leave The Door Open” by BrunoMars and SilkSonic

Best Traditional R&B Performance – “Fight For You” by HER

Best R&B Performance (tied) – “Pick Up Your Feelings” by jazmine sullivan and “Leave The Door Open” by silksonic

Best Alternative Music Album winner – ‘Daddy’s Home’ by st vincent

Best Rock Album – ‘Medicine At Midnight’ by foo fighters

Best Rock Song goes to – “Waiting On A War” by foo fighters

Best Metal Performance goes to “The Alien” by dream theater

Best Rock Performance goes to – “Making A Fire” by foo fighters

Best Contemporary Classical Composition winner – “Shaw: Narrow Sea” Caroline Shaw

Best Classical Compendium winner – ‘Women Warriors – The Voices Of Change’ Amy Andersson