Styles described making 'Harry's House' with two of his best friends as 'the greatest experience of my life' and playing it for people 'the greatest joy I could've asked for'. This year's Grammy Awards was definitely something to watch out for
Harry Styles. Pic/AFP
Former One Direction member Harry Styles took home the Best Pop Vocal Album title for his studio album 'Harry's House' at the 65th annual Grammy Awards.
He edged out 'Voyage' by ABBA, '30' by Adele, 'Music of the Spheres' by Coldplay and 'Special' by Lizzo to bag the honour.
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Styles described making 'Harry's House' with two of his best friends as "the greatest experience of my life" and playing it for people "the greatest joy I could've asked for".
This year, he was nominated in six categories; in addition to Best Pop Vocal Album, he received recognition for Album of the Year ('Harry's House'), Record of the Year ('As It Was'), Song of the Year ('As It Was'), Best Pop Solo Performance ('As It Was'), and Best Music Video ('As It Was').
'Harry's House' also won for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical.
The 65th annual Grammy Awards, which recognises the best recordings, compositions, and artists of the eligibility year, running from October 1, 2021, to September 30, 2022, are being held at the Crypto.com Arena, Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, Beyonce, Adele, Styles, Lamar, and Lizzo were expected to be the night*s top contenders for the record, album, and song of the year. Bad Bunny also earned a name for himself with "Un Verano Sin Ti," the first Latin album nominated for album of the year. Anitta, Omar Apollo, DOMi and JD Beck, Muni Long, Samara Joy, Latto, Mneskin, Tobe Nwigwe, Molly Tuttle, and Wet Leg are among the best new artists.
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