Who won best album Grammy 2017?

Bruno Mars emerged above the stiff competition in Album Of The Year, taking home the final GRAMMY of the evening for 24K Magic. The nod topped off a GRAMMY sweep for the Hawaii native, with Mars winning all six categories for which he was nominated.

Who is the biggest winner of Grammy?

Georg Solti has won 31 Grammy Awards.



Most Grammys won by a male artist.

Rank Artist Awards
1 Georg Solti 31
2 Quincy Jones 28
3 Chick Corea 27
4 Pierre Boulez 26

Who has most Grammys in history?

Sir Georg Solti, an orchestral and operatic conductor, is the most Grammy Award-winning individual of all time with a total of 31 Grammy Awards won for recordings of works as diverse as Bach, Bartók, and Wagner.

Who won best album of the Year 2015?

Taylor Swift took Album Of The Year for 1989 among her three awards.

Who won 2016 Daesang?

Winners and nominees

Artist of the Year (Daesang) Album of the Year (Daesang)
BTS Exo Twice GFriend Taeyeon Exo – Ex’Act Twice – Page Two BTS – Wings Seventeen – Love & Letter Shinee – 1 of 1
Song of the Year (Daesang) Best Music Video

Who has won the most GRAMMY album of the year?

Three-time winner Stevie Wonder who won in 1974, 1975 and 1977. Three-time winner Paul Simon who won twice as the main credited artist, in 1976 and 1987. U2 is the only group act to win twice, in . Two-time winner Adele who won in .

Who won artist of the year 2017 Kpop?

BTS

Once again, the big winners were BTS and EXO, who took home the Song of the Year and Artist of the Year Daesang awards respectively. IU was also the night’s other big winner, taking home the Album of the Year Daesang for her album Palette. A huge congrats to all the winners at the 2017 MAMAs and MMA events!

Who won Song of the Year 2017 Kpop?

BTS

The artist with the most Song of the Year awards is BTS, having won four times in 2017, 2019, with “Spring Day”, “Boy with Luv”, “Dynamite” and “Butter”, respectively.

Did Ariana Grande attend the Grammys 2017?

The last time Grande attended the Grammys was in 2016, skipping the 2017 awards despite receiving two nominations. She wasn’t nominated for any awards in 2018.