Grammys 2022: minute by minute, everything that happened at the ceremony

Olivia Rodrigo accepts the 2022 Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album
Olivia Rodrigo accepts the 2022 Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album



  • The Colombian J Balvin had the opportunity to present one of his successful singles together with the Argentine María Becerra.


  • BTS has been nominated in the category of Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their hit “Butter.” Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Coldplay and Doja Cat also compete in the category. During their show, they had a curious interaction with the singer Olivia Rodrigo.


  • The young singer Olivia Rodrigo, 19, began her career as a Disney actress. She is now making her way in the music industry thanks to her talent.


  • The 2022 Grammys take a stand in favor of Ukraine at the hands of Volodímir Zelenski and John Legend, who sang in honor of the victims and refugees.


  • The 20-year-old artist Billie Eilish was nominated for seven categories at this edition of the Recording Academy Awards.


  • Singer Jimmie Allen was criticized for pointing out that Mexican singer Vicente Fernández was unable to attend the award ceremony after announcing him as a Grammy winner.


  • Immediately, J Balvin performed “In Da Getto”, for which he was accompanied by a choreography of people illuminated in blue who moved their arms to the sound of music.


  • The second presentation of the night was the responsibility of J Balvin and María Becerra, who performed “Qué Más Pues”.


  • The first presentation of the musical gala was courtesy of Olivia Rodrigo, who sang “Driver’s License”.


  • The 19-year-old artist Olivia Rodrigo, was nominated in seven categories for this edition of the Recording Academy Awards. These include Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Before the televised gala, she already took one of these awards.


  • Olivia Rodrigo wins her first Grammy in the category of Best Pop Solo Performance for “drivers license”.


  • Get to know the looks of those attending the world’s largest musical gala, the 2022 Grammy Awards that take place in Las Vegas on April 3 after being postponed due to the rise in Covid-19 infections


  • Best Spoken Album: Don Cheadle for “Carry On: Reflections For A New Generation From John Lewis”
  • Best Arrangement for Album, Chanticleer – “Classical: Chanticleer Sings Christmas”
  • Classical Producer of the Year: Judith Sherman
  • Best Orchestral Performance: Yannick Nézet-Séguin
  • Best Opera Recording: “Glass: Akhnaten”17:03
  • Best Contemporary Instrumental Album: Taylor Eigsti for “Tree Falls”17:00
    In the category in which Tony Succar participated for Best Latin Tropical Album, the winner was “Salswing” by Rubén Blades and the Roberto Delgado orchestra.


  • Best Regional Mexican Album: Vicente Fernández for “A mis 80’s”


  • Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album: Juanes for “Origen”.


  • In the competitive category of Best Urban Music Album, Bad Bunny was finally victorious for his album “The Last Tour of the World”.


  • Alex Cuba wins the Grammy for Best Latin Pop Album for “Mendó”


  • Best Gospel Performance/Song: CeCe Winans for “Never Lost”
  • Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song: CeCe Winans; Dwan Hill, Kyle Lee, CeCe Winans and Mitch Wong, lyricists for “Believe For It”.
  • Best Gospel Album: CeCe Winans for “Believe for It”
  • Best Contemporary Christian Music Album: Elevation Worship & Maverick City Music for “Old Church Basement”
  • Best Roots Gospel Album: Carrie Underwood for “My Savior”


  • Now it is Mon Laferte’s turn to go on stage with an energetic performance of “La Mujer”, a song that she usually sings with Gloria Trevi.


  • After winning an Oscar, “Summer of Soul” now takes home a Grammy for Best Music Film. Ahmir ‘Questlove’ Thompson (director) accepted the award and made a reference to the debacle between Chris Rock and Will Smith last week.


  • Best Historical Album: Joni Mitchell for “Joni Mitchell Archives, Vol. 1: The Early Years (1963-1967)”, received by the 78-year-old artist
  • Best Non-Musical Album Design: “Love for sale”
  • Best Music Album Immersive: “Alicia”
  • Best Music Video: Jon Batiste, Alan Ferguson (director) and Alex P. Wilson (producer) for “Freedom”


  • We had technical problems, but we updated what we couldn’t in the last few minutes:
  • Best Dance/Electronic Recording: Rufus du Sol for “Alive”
  • Best Dance/Electronic Album: Black Coffee for “Subconsciously”
  • Best Packaging Design: 2nd Generation Falangao Singing Group & The Chairman Crossover Big Band for “Pakelang”
  • Best Limited Edition Boxed or Special Package: George Harrison for “All Things Must Pass: 50th Anniversary Edition”
  • Best Note Album: Ricky Riccardi for “The Complete Louis Armstrong Columbia And RCA Victor Studio Sessions 1946-1966”


  • Best Reggae Album: Soja for “Beauty In The Silence”


  • Best Regional Music Album: Kalani Pe’a for “Kau Ka Pe’a”


  • Best Folk Album: Rhiannon Giddens and Francesco Turrisi for “They’re Calling Me Home”


  • Christone ‘Kingfish’ Ingram wins Best Contemporary Blues Album for “662”.


  • Cedric Burnside won the Best Traditional Blues Album category for “I Be Trying”


  • Béla Fleck wins the Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album for “My Bluegrass Heart”


  • Los Lobos won Best American Album for their album “Native Sons”


  • Jon Batiste wins another Grammy for “Cry” in the category of Best American Roots Performance. The song also won the category for Best American Roots Song.


  • Dave Cobb, JT Cure, Derek Mixon and Chris Staplenton won Best Country Song for “Cold.”


  • The Osborne Brothers win Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “Younger Me.”


  • British artist Arlo Parks introduces the new categories, starting with Best Solo Country Performance, which Chris Stapleton won for “You Should Probably Leave.”


  • Allison Russell shocks those present with a powerful rendition of her song “Nightflyer” from her album Outside Child. Currently the artist has three nominations in categories related to American roots music.


  • In their second win of the night, Chick Corea won Best Latin Jazz Album for their collaboration with Eliane Elias and Chucho Valdés for “Mirror Mirror”.


  • The Christian McBride Big Band wins Best Ensemble Jazz Album for “For Jimmy, Wes And Oliver”


  • Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette & Gonzalo Rubalcaba win Best Instrumental Jazz Album for “Skyline”.


  • Chick Corea won Best Improvised Jazz Solo for “Humpty Dumpty (Set 2)”. The musician passed away in early 2021, so the award was received on his behalf by a friend and colleague of his.


  • Rock drummer Stewart Copeland and Ricky Kej won Best New Era Album for “Divine Tides”


  • Vince Mendoza wins Best Arrangement, Instrumental and Voice with “To The Edge Of Longing (Edit Version)”, a project in which the Czech National Symphony Orchestra and Julia Bullock also participated


  • In a win for video games, the winner for Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella went to The 8-Bit Big Band Featuring Button-Masher for Meta Knight’s Revenge (From “Kirby Superstar”).


  • Lyle Mays won Best Instrumental Composition for “Eberhard.” The singer passed away in 2020, so the award was received by a relative.


  • Meanwhile, Beninese singer Angelique Kidjo lifted the Grammy for Best Global Music Album for her album “Mother Nature”.


  • Pakistani artist Arooj Aftab won her first Grammy for her album “Mohabbat” in the category Best Global Music Performance


  • From the previous ceremony, which could not be delivered due to the pandemic, Leslie Ann Jones, Michael Romanowski and Dan Merceruio were also awarded for “Soundtrack Of The American Soldier” in the Best Immersive Audio Album category.


  • Bo Burnham Wins Best Song Written For Visual Media For “From Inside”’s “All Eyes On Me”


  • The category of Best Soundtrack Album for Visual Media had a tie: Carlos Rafael Rivera won for “Queen’s Gambit” and Jon Batiste, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for “Soul”. It’s the first Grammy for Jon Batiste tonight, who is nominated in 11 categories.


  • “The United States Vs. Billie Holiday – Andra Day” Wins Best Compiled Soundtrack for Visual Media


  • The first Grammy award goes to “The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical” in the category of Best Musical Theater Album.


  • LeVar Burton, actor on “Star Trek” and known for shows like “Reading Rainbow,” is the host of the Grammy Premiere.


  • At 2:38 PM (Peru, Colombia and Ecuador time) the so-called Premiere Ceremony began, a non-televised gala, but available on the gala’s YouTube channel ►


  • One of the sources of tension is the American rapper Ye, better known as Kanye West, who had an act scheduled for the night but this was canceled after his erratic behavior on social networks, including insulting Trevor Noah, the driver of the ceremony tonight. West currently has five nominations, including Album of the Year for “Donda.”


  • After the scandal of Will Smith slapping Chris Rock during the 2022 Oscars, all eyes in the world are also turned to the Grammy gala in case a similar occurrence happens.
  • The ceremony will also serve to remember some musicians who left us this year, including Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, who passed away in Colombia at the end of March, and Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim. Both will have special presentations in his honor, according to reports.
  • Meanwhile, in the competitive category of Best Urban Music Album, another tremendous fight is taking place between some of the greatest representatives of the genre such as Bad Bunny, Karol G, J Balvin, Kali Uchis, Rauw Alejandro and Alex Cuba.
  • In a conversation with El Comercio, the percussionist also told us that he will try to honor Peru during his appearance at the ceremony.


  • On the Latin side, there is of course the Peruvian musician Tony Succar, who competes in the category of Best Latin Tropical Album for his album “Live in Peru”, a category in which greats of the genre such as Rubén Blades, El Gran Combo, Aymée Nuviola and Gilberto Santa Rosa.


  • They are followed in number of nominations by Justin Bieber, Doja Cat and HER with 8 nominations each.


  • Who isn’t getting the attention his achievement deserves is jazz pianist Jon Batiste, who dominates the number of nominations this year with 11 thanks to his album “We Are” and his contributions to the Pixar film “Soul.”


  • Another artist that stands out is Olivia Rodrigo. The former Disney star also arrives at the gala with seven nominations in a year where her song “Drivers License” has become a cultural phenomenon. Like Eilish, Rodrigo is also up for Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Song of the Year.


  • Who to watch tonight? The spotlight is on Billie Eilish, who shortly after winning the Oscar is positioned to win three of the four biggest Grammy awards: Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year. In total, the 20-year-old artist is nominated for seven categories.


  • Another great absence is the British singer Adele, who in other years has swept the Grammys. In his case, his absence was not due to lawsuits with The Recording Academy, but to the fact that both his album “30” and his song of the moment “Easy On Me” were released after September 30, the date on which it was accepted. award applicants.


  • Another great absence is the British singer Adele, who in other years has swept the Grammys. In his case, his absence was not due to lawsuits with The Recording Academy, but to the fact that both his album “30” and his song of the moment “Easy On Me” were released after September 30, the date on which it was accepted. award applicants.


  • Meanwhile, The Weeknd announced in late 2021 that he would boycott the Grammys after not being nominated for any category that year, accusing The Recording Academy of corruption and lack of transparency regarding its decisions.


  • Drake had been nominated for two Grammy Awards this year for his album “Certified Lover Boy” and the song “Way 2 Sexy”, but asked that it be withdrawn from the competition without giving a particular reason, although his critical position against the Academy.


  • Two of the great absentees this year will be rapper Drake and musician The Weeknd, who boycotted the Grammys this year due to differences with The Recording Academy, organizer of the event.


  • Here is the start time of the Premiere Ceremony:
    United States: 12:30 pm (Pacific Time), 3:30 pm (Eastern Time)
    Mexico: 2:30 pm
    Ecuador, Colombia and Peru: 2:30 pm
    Chile: 3 :30 p.m.
    Argentina: 4:30 p.m.


  • Meanwhile, the Premiere Ceremony or pre-telecast will begin at 2:30 pm local time (12:30 pm PT and 3:30 pm ET). In addition to presenting us with a musical number with multiple nominees, among which the Chilean singer Mon Laferte stands out, this pre-show will award some of the prizes that will not be shown at the main gala.


  • Those who want to see the arrival of the artists live can go to channel E! for red carpet coverage beginning at 5 p.m. local time (3 p.m. PT and 6 p.m. ET). The Grammy website will also stream highlights from this portion of the event on its website beginning at 5:30 p.m. (3:30 p.m. PT and 6:30 p.m. ET).


  • While the Grammy Awards ceremony is the main event of the night, the day has other entertainment in store. For fashion fans, there is the red carpet, where singers and other celebrities will dazzle us with their outfits.


  • Here is the start time according to some countries in the region:
    United States: 5 pm (Pacific time), 8 pm (Eastern time)
    Mexico: 7 pm
    Ecuador, Colombia and Peru: 7 pm
    Chile: 8 pm
    Argentina: 9 pm
    Spain: 2 am on April 4


  • The event will be broadcast in the United States on CBS. In Latin America, it can be enjoyed through TNT or through the Paramount+ streaming platform.


  • We are just a few hours away from the start of the 64th Grammy Awards ceremony, which will bring together many of the world’s biggest musical stars. The appointment will be at 7 pm local time (5 pm Pacific time and 8 pm Eastern time) at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.


  • Tony Succar looked dapper on the red carpet at the Person of the Year gala. The Peruvian percussionist and producer arrived in Las Vegas accompanied by his parents and his younger brother.


  • BTS will perform a number during the ceremony, where they are also nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their track “Butter.”


  • Olivia Rodrigo, the singer of “Drivers License”, is nominated in seven categories, including the important Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year.


  • Tony Succar is in Las Vegas for the 64th Annual Grammy Awards. The Peruvian percussionist and producer is nominated in the Best Latin Tropical Album category for his album “Live in Perú”.


  • Artists including Herbie Hancock, Cyndi Lauper, Angelique Kidjo and Stephen Stills, along with this year’s top Grammy nominee Jon Batiste, paid tribute to the 78-year-old’s vast oeuvre.


  • In an interview with El Comercio, Peruvian Grammy nominee Tony Succar narrates how he lives the moments before the ceremony, what this nomination represents for him and anticipates that the suit he will wear on the red carpet will be a tribute to Peru.


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