Grammys 2020: Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Lil Nas X, Tyler, the Creator win top honours; see full list of winners

Host Alicia Keys kicked off the Grammys 2020 ceremony with a tribute to late basketball player Kobe Bryant.

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Grammys 2020: Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Lil Nas X, Tyler, the Creator win top honours; see full list of winners

The 2020 Grammy Awards kicked off in tribute to basketball icon Kobe Bryant, who died hours before the show, with a touching, emotional performance led by host Alicia Keys. Billie Eilish, Tyler, the Creator, Lizzo, Vampire Weekend and Lil Nas X were among the top winners. Eilish has become the youngest in Grammys history to win Song of the Year.

Grammys 2020 Billie Eilish Lizzo Lil Nas X Tyler the Creator win top honours see full list of winners

Billie Eilish. Image from Twitter @RecordingAcad

Here is the list of winners at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards.

Record of the Year
Billie Eilish - 'bad guy'

Album of the Year

Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

Song of the Year
Billie Eilish - 'bad guy'

Best New Artist
Billie Eilish

Best Rap Album
Tyler, the Creator - IGOR

Best Comedy Album
Dave Chappelle - Sticks & Stones

Best Country Duo/Group Performance
Dan + Shay - 'Speechless'

Best Pop Solo Performance
Lizzo - 'Truth Hurts'

Best Rap/Sung Performance
DJ Khaled, Nipsey Hussle, John Legend - 'Higher'

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
FINNEAS

Best Pop Vocal Album
Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Elvis Costello & The Imposters - Look Now

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
Lil Nas X - 'Old Town Road' ft Billy Ray Cyrus

Best Americana Album
Keb’ Mo’ - Oklahoma

Best American Roots Song
I’m With Her - 'Call My Name'

Best American Roots Performance
Sara Bareilles - Saint Honesty

Best World Music Album
Angelique Kidjo - Celia

Best R&B Album
Anderson .Paak - Ventura

Best Urban Contemporary Album
Lizzo - Cuz I Love You

Best R&B Song
PJ Morton - 'Say So' ft JoJo

Best Traditional R&B Performance
Lizzo - 'Jerome'

Best R&B Performance
Anderson .Paak - 'Come Home' ft Andre 3000

Best Alternative Music Album
Vampire Weekend - Father of the Bride

Best Rock Album
Cage the Elephant - Social Cues

Best Rock Song
Gary Clark Jr. - 'This Land'

Best Metal Performance
Tool - '7empest'

Best Rock Performance
Gary Clark Jr. - This Land

Best Rap Song
21 Savage - 'A Lot' ft J Cole

Best Rap Performance
Nipsey Hussle - 'Racks in the Middle' ft Roddy Ricch and Hit-Boy

Best Country Album
Tanya Tucker - While I’m Livin’

Best Country Song
Tanya Tucker - 'Bring My Flowers Now'

Best Dance/Electronic Album
The Chemical Brothers - No Geography

Best Dance Recording
The Chemical Brothers - 'Got to Keep On'

Best Reggae Album
Koffee - Rapture

Best Folk Album
Patty Griffin - Patty Griffin

Best Contemporary Blues Album
Gary Clark Jr. - This Land

Best Music Film
Beyoncé - Homecoming

Best Music Video
Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus - 'Old Town Road' (Official Movie)

Best Song Written for Visual Media
Lady Gaga - 'I’ll Never Love Again' (Film Version)

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media
Hildur Guðnadóttir - Chernobyl

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born

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