With Alicia Keys as the ceremonies Host, on Feb 10th was taken place at the Staple Center in Los Angeles. Childish Gambino and Kacey Musgraves had the most rewards given that night, with Kendrick Lamar receiving the most nominations.
“This Is America” as record of the year also hitting 390 million streams on Spotify. It debuted at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming the 31st song to do so in the chart’s history. It debuted with 78,000 downloads sold and 65.3 million US streams in the first week. Its music video accounted for 68% of the song’s streaming total.
“Golden Hour” was given the award as the best album of the year consisting of 13 hit tracks. Golden Hour has sold over 200,000 copies; Kacey tours the world and headlines sold-out amphitheaters; her reach extends far beyond country music, including a high-profile appearance at the Met Gala.
The top new artist of the year is Dua Lila. Landing on major Spotify playlists and almost at 1 billion streams. “Don’t Start Now” debuted at number 30 on the US Billboard Hot 100 with a first-week tally of 14,000 downloads sold, 13.2 million streams and 10.2 million radio impressions.
Dizillian, a new age EDM artist, was personally invited to the ceremony by music promoters who have taken an interest in the producer. His most recent release “Lost In The Night”, collaborating with Ashton Love, is almost at 1 million streams. His other latest release “Keeps Me High” is already making substantial progress reaching 10,000 streams less than 2 days.
For 2020, the Awards ceremony will be still held in Los Angeles at the Staples Center on January 26th through Broadcast as of now.