James Corden returned to host the Grammys, Sunday night. Bruno Mars won all six awards for which he was nominated, including the night's three biggest prizes: Record of the Year for "24K Magic," Song of the Year for "That's What I Like" and Album of the Year for 24K Magic. "Lorde, Kung Fu Kenny [Kendrick Lamar], Jay-Z, [Childish] Gambino, you guys are the reason why I'm in the studio pulling my hair out, because I know you guys are only gonna come with the top shelf artistry and music," he said.
Mars also won Best R&B Performance and Song for "That's What I Like," and Best R&B Album and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for 24K Magic. Another big winner was Kendrick Lamar. Both, he and Bruno Mars dominated the 60th Annual Grammy Award.
Lamar won four Grammys: Best Rap Performance for "Humble," Best Rap/Sung Performance for "Loyalty" with Rihanna, Best Music Video for "Humble" and Best Rap Album for Damn. "This is a special award because of rap music – this is the thing that got me on the stage, got me to tour all around the world, support my family and all that," Lamar said while accepting Best Rap Album. Alessia Cara won best new artist , making her the only female artist to win a major prize. Most performers arrived for the show wearing a white rose to symbolise their support for the movements, which address sexual harassment and inequality. The night's other important moment was a tribute to the music-loving victims of the tragedies in Manchester and Las Vegas.