Grammy Awards night proves the reason why it holds the title “Greatest Awards Night”. With show stopping performances from mega stars, tributes to Legends, Political Statements and so many moments that made the sixtieth Grammy Awards a night to remember. On Sunday night our favorite celebrities gathered at the Madison Square Gardens the 15th time the show took place in New york. These are Top 5 2018 Grammy Award moments
# Blue Ivy hashing Jay Z and Beyonce from clapping
Blue Ivy has proved that even the world’s most famous offspring can be embarrassed by their parents.
The six-year-old rubbed shoulders with some of the biggest names in music as she joined Beyoncé and Jay-Z at the 60th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night.
But she wasn’t a fan of her parents’ behaviour, and called them out for making too much noise.
The A-list tot was seen motioning at Jay-Z and Beyoncé to stop clapping as they applauded Camila Cabello during her speech on immigration.
# Electrifying performance from TDE’s Kendrick Lamar
It’s conventional for an artist to open the Grammy Awards with a medley, but Kendrick Lamar isn’t a conventional artist, and in 2018 opted for a more post-modern, scatter-fire approach.
Surrounded by faceless troops and backed by the American flag, he diced up his latest album DAMN., performing segments of verses from it over the wrong songs before abruptly switching into different ones.
# Rihanna doing the Gwara gwara dance
When Rihanna took to the Grammy Awards stage on Sunday night the last thing local fans expected was to see her pull off South African dance move, the Gwara Gwara.
The dance move was made popular by Mzansi’s DJ Bongz and has been showcased around the world in videos and performances by celebs including US producer Swizz Beatz and Chris Brown.
Rihanna became the latest star to pull off the viral dance move, using it heavily in her performance of Wild Thoughts at the glitzy awards ceremony.
# Bruno Mars winning the highest awards
With Winning Album of the year, song of the year, best R&B song, Best R&B album, Best R&B performance and Record of the Year nominee , bruno mars ended up the highest awardee
# Logic’s anti racism message