With the Grammy awards being the talk of Sunday evening, it’s ironic that the Grammy Awards 2015 winners list has already been published on websites like Rolling Stone, prior to the Grammys being shown on TV, with the publication promising to update that 2015 Grammy winners list as each one is announced. Either way, the full Grammy 2015 list of winners will eventually show us which musical artists have taken home the top nods for the night.
Those who want to watch the Grammy awards streaming live online can try to view it on the official Grammy live link on Grammy.com, or — as reported by the Inquisitr — online viewers can watch the 2015 Grammy Awards live online can use the CBS website for streaming video of the Grammys, or download the Grammys mobile app to gain access to streaming video of the Grammy awards show. Music fans can also watch the Grammys with USA TODAY Life’s team | Entertain This! reports Entertain This! of USA Today.
Thus far, Sam Smith and Taylor Swift lead the Grammy Awards in nomination possibilities for top awards, reports USA Today — and taking a gander down the list of winners proves that Kendrick Lamar’s infectious “I love myself” ode – the song simply titled “I” – has already won the “Best Rap Performance” and “Best Rap Song” categories. The album Beyoncé by — guess, who — Beyoncé, is up against In the Lonely Hour by Sam Smith for “Album of the Year,” a competition that had Sam claiming he’d give his award to Beyoncé if he wins.
For those who can’t catch live streaming coverage, plenty of articles are providing Grammys 2015 live coverage such as that one from the Washington Post — or constantly updated lists of all of the 2015 Grammy winners via Time and other sites.
The record of the year should be a heated race, with popular hits like “Fancy,” by controversial rapper Iggy Azalea (featuring Charli XCX) going up against “Chandelier” by Sia, a woman who likes to hide her face and remain largely anonymous. The anthem “Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)” by Sam Smith is also in the top song category, with Smith recently agreeing to give Tom Petty song credit due to the similarities in the chorus of a former Petty song. Finally, “Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift from her mega-popular 1989 album also competes against the booty-loving “All About That Bass” from Meghan Trainor.
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