EDM Stars Hit the Red Carpet at the GRAMMYs
Last night marked the year's biggest event in music, the GRAMMYs. With a variety of the dance music artists nominated for GRAMMYs, some of EDM's biggest names hit the red carpet in style, bringing new meaning to the term "Sunday's Best."
Last night's awards saw Tiesto win the GRAMMY for Best Remixed Recording for his "Birthday Treatment Remix" of John Legend's "All Of Me," which beat out MING’s remix of Crossfinger’s “Falling Out,” Audien‘s remix of Bastille‘s “Pompeii,” Eddie Amador’s remix of Five Knives’ “The Rising,” Kaskade‘s remix of Galantis‘ “Smile,” and Robin Schulz’s remix of Mr. Probz “Waves.”
The U.K. group Clean Bandit won the award for Best Dance Recording with their hit single, “Rather Be,” which bested Basement Jaxx‘s “Never Say Never,” Disclosure‘s collaboration with Mary J. Blige, “F For U,” Duke Dumont‘s anthem with Jax Jones “I Got U,” and ZHU‘s “Faded.”
For the Best Dance/Electronic Album category, Aphex Twin’s Syro won the GRAMMY over Deadmau5‘s While (1<2), Little Dragon’s Nabuma Rubberband, Rôyksopp & Robyn’s Do It Again and Mat Zo‘s Damage Control. Syro marked Aphex Twin's first album in twelve years.
DJ Snake and Lil Jon's music video for "Turn Down For What" was nominated for the Best Music Video category, but was bested by Pharrell Williams' video for "Happy."