Here are the winners in key categories at the Grammys, which were handed out on Sunday in Los Angeles.
Record of the Year (for singles): Sam Smith, “Stay With Me”
Song of the Year (for songwriters): Jimmy Napier, William Phillips and Sam Smith, “Stay With Me”
Best New Artist: Sam Smith
Best Pop Vocal Album: Sam Smith, “In the Lonely Hour”
Best Pop Solo Performance: Pharrell Williams, “Happy”
Best R&B Performance: Beyonce, “Drunk in Love”
Best R&B Song: Beyonce, “Drunk in Love”
Best R&B Album: Toni Braxton and Babyface, “Love, Marriage & Divorce”
Best Rock Album: Beck, “Morning Phase”
Best Rap Album: Eminem, “The Marshall Mathers LP 2”
Best Urban Contemporary Album: Pharrell Williams, “Girl”
Best Music Video: Pharrell Williams, “Happy”
Best Dance/Electronic Album: Aphex Twin, “Syro”
Best Alternative Music Album: St. Vincent, “St. Vincent”
Best Country Album: Miranda Lambert, “Platinum”
Angelique Kidjo won her second Grammy for World Music for “Eve,” a musical tribute to the continent’s women. She was handed the award in an afternoon ceremony before the main Grammys event.
Indian American author Neela Vaswani won the prize for Best Children’s Album for the audio version of “I Am Malala” – the memoir of Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl who was shot for her advocacy for education and last year won the Nobel Peace Prize.
The award for Reggae Album went to “Fly Rasta” by Ziggy Marley, the son of Jamaican legend Bob Marley. Ziggy Marley, a frequent Grammy winner, did not appear to accept the latest award.