About a week ago, the 59th Grammy’s aired and the night was everything you could ever imagine and more.
Adele opened up with a spectacular performance of “Hello” and the night kicked off from there. Although the some of the acceptance speeches ran long per usual, that’s what made the night even better. WE all know that the artists could care less about running past the allowed time they were give and so could we as a viewer, but I get that the programmers had a schedule to stick to and that is what they’re going to do with all their power.
The most anticipated award of the night was Album of the Year because two very important female artists were going up head and head. If you guessed that those two would be Adele and Beyoncé, you were right. These two ladies alone have so much impact on the music world with their amazing vocals, activism in the timeliness of things in the world, and just the overall fact that they’re idols for so many around the world.
When it came down to this award and once we found out that these two ladies would be competing for the overall victory, we didn’t know how to react. What we did know was that either way, we would be happy of the outcome.
Since the Grammy’s are on a Sunday night, I found myself in the dilemma of “do I stay up late to watch it all or go to bed so that I’m well rested for workouts early in the morning?”. Having gone with choice one, I stuck to it as long as I could but eventually fell asleep rather early in the show.
The next morning, I woke up to the news of Adele winning Album of the Year for “25” and the news erupted twitter.
- Adele’s acceptance speech made Beyoncé cry.
- Humbled by her Album of the Year win, even she didn’t think she deserved it.
- Adele accepted all her awards like a champ and now has a great picture to remember the night by.
So now Adele has won 15 Grammy’s in total; 2 in 2009, 6 in 2012, 1 in 2013, 1 in 2014, and 5 in 2017. She has had such tremendous success over the years and I think we could all agree with the fact that her music will never become dated.
Is Adele’s music one of the best to jam out to during a homework session or a great summer day with the sunroof open? Yes. What will happen in the years to come? Not sure but I do know that everyone is very much looking forward to her growth as an artist and person.