Grammys 2015: Full list of award winners

Sam Smith takes home four awards while Beyonce and Pharrell Williams also do well

Sam Smith wins big at the Grammy Awards, taking both record and song of the year, while rocker Beck takes album of the year. Video: Recording Academy/CBS/Reuters


Music’s 57th Grammy Awards were handed out by the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences in a televised ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday. Following is the list of winners.

Album Of The Year

‘Morning Phase,’ Beck

Record Of The Year

‘Stay with Me,’ (Darkchild Version) Sam Smith

Song Of The Year

‘Stay with Me,’ (Darkchild Version) James Napier, William Phillips and Sam Smith

Best New Artist

Sam Smith

Best Pop Vocal Album

‘In the Lonely Hour,’ Sam Smith

Best Pop Solo Performance

‘Happy’ (Live), Pharrell Williams

Best R&B performance

‘Drunk in Love,’ Beyoncé feat. Jay Z

Best Rock Album

‘Morning Phase,’ Beck

Best Urban Contemporary Album

‘Girl,’ Pharrell Williams

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

‘Cheek To Cheek,’ Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

Best Dance Recording

‘Rather Be,’ Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne

Best Country Album

‘Platinum,’ Miranda Lambert

Best Rock Performance

‘Lazaretto,’ Jack White

Best Rock Song

‘Ain’t it Fun,’ Paramore

Best R&B Song

‘Drunk in Love,’ Beyoncé feat. Jay Z

Best Rap Performance

‘i,’ Kendrick Lamar

Best Rap Song

‘i,’ Kendrick Lamar

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration

‘The Monster,’ Eminem feat. Rihanna

Best Comedy Album

‘Mandatory Fun,’ Weird Al Yankovic

Best Music Video

‘Happy,’ Pharrell Williams

Best Spoken Word Album

‘Diary of a Mad Diva,’ Joan Rivers

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

‘Say Something,’ A Great Big World With Christina Aguilera

Best Dance Album

‘Syro,’ Aphex Twin

Best Alternative Music Album

‘St. Vincent,’ St. Vincent

Best Country Solo Performance

‘Something in the Water,’ Carrie Underwood

Best Country/Duo Group Performance

‘Gentle on my Mind,’ the Band Perry

Best Country Song

‘I’m Not Gonna Miss You,’ Glen Campbell

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media


Best Rap Album

‘The Marshall Mathers LP 2,’ Eminem

Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical

‘All Of Me,’ (Tiesto’s Birthday Treatment Remix), John Legend

Best Song Written for Visual Media

‘Let It Go,’ Idina Menzel (from Frozen)

Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical

Max Martin