Cardi B Makes History, J Lo Does Motown and Alicia Keys Does Great Hosting

So I didn't get a chance to watch The Grammys last night while everyone else did. I did get a chance to maybe catch about 30 minutes of the show, about 30 minutes after the show began. But I did get a chance to record and watch the show this morning. Let's start with a few things. Alicia Keys did a great job hosting the awards and she even incorporated some of her Grammy stories as well as performing here and there. And she did it all while looking great and still going makeup-free. By the way, you know Cardi B made history! She became the first solo female artist to win a Grammy for Best Rap album. And let's not forget about her dope ass performance. I am so proud of Cardi as if she were family. Oh and by the looks of things, Cardi and Offet are definitely back together, as he walked her on stage for her acceptance speech. So the moment I was waiting for was Jennifer Lopez's Motown tribute. I will say she wasn't bad, but I still preferred some urban artists who we know have way better vocals then J. Lo. However, the way her Motown medley songs were done, she did a pretty good job, meanwhile, her performance was good, as she danced and even sang with Smokey Robinson, Alicia and Ne-yo. Did I mention Chole and Halle sang and did a dope job? This year's show was actually pretty good because let's be honest, there aren't always a lot of urban acts on that stage and some of the winners are a bit disappointing for an urban artist. But this year was different. Speaking of winners, Childish Gambino won for Record of the Year, Best Music Video and Song of the Year,; Drake won for Best Rap Song; The Carters won for Best Contemporary Album; H.E.R. won for Best R&B Album and Performance with Daniel Caesar; even Ella Mai won for Best R&B Song. Of course there were more winners and you can check out the list HERE .



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