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Women dominate Grammy Awards 2024

Pop icons Taylor Swift, SZA, and Miley Cyrus dazzled at the Grammy Awards, showcasing female talent and resilience in a night of historic wins and heartfelt performances

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Pop sensations Taylor Swift, SZA, and Miley Cyrus stole the spotlight at the Grammy Awards, clinching top honors in a night that celebrated female talent and achievement in the music industry.

Taylor Swift, recognized for Best Pop Vocal Performance, surprised fans by announcing her forthcoming album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” slated for release on April 19

Miley Cyrus, honored with her first Grammy for Best Solo Pop Performance for “Flowers,” humorously recounted a near-miss moment due to Los Angeles traffic.

SZA, with nine nominations and three wins, performed a medley of hits, embodying a year of remarkable achievements. Her emotional acceptance speech for Best R&B Song underscored the journey from obscurity to stardom. Victoria Monét, named Best New Artist, delivered a poignant message of encouragement for dreamers worldwide.

SZA, won the award for best R&B song for “Snooze”, and accepted her trophy from presenter Lizzo. SZA recalled how she and Lizzo had played to small rooms of people as they were building their careers.

The trio, along with artists like Billie Eilish, marked a significant trend as women dominated the Grammy stage. Swift made history by becoming the first artist to win Album of the Year four times, triumphing with “Midnights” and sharing the stage with Lana Del Rey. Eilish’s “What Was I Made For?” from Barbie secured Best Song of the Year and Best Song Written for Visual Media, adding to the night’s female empowerment narrative.

While female artists basked in success,, including Kylie Minogue’s win for Best Pop Dance Recording and Lainey Wilson’s recognition for Best Country Album.

The Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, echoed with the voices of women who not only shattered glass ceilings but also inspired future generations of musicians. As the music industry embraces diversity and inclusivity, the night stood as a testament to the enduring power of female artistry and resilience.

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