A Lot Of People Were Super Unhappy With The Chainsmokers At The GRAMMYs

The Chainsmokers won their first ever GRAMMY yesterday, in the Best Dance Recording category, for their song “Don’t Let Me Down” with Daya. They also presented the award for Best Rock Song, which ended up going to David Bowie for “Blackstar.” As Bowie passed away last year, The Chainsmokers accepted the award on his behalf.

Both of these events combined, it seems, sent a lot of people into a rage spiral. Twitter lit up with comments from plenty of people who were entirely disgusted or unhappy with their award, with their presence, with their… everything. Not featured in this article are the multitude of tweets from those like Zedd, Demi Lovato, Laidback Luke, Showtek and more who congratulated them on their win.

On winning a Grammy:

On accepting David Bowie’s award on his behalf:

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Zedd’s acceptance speech for Best Dance Recording

Listen here: Zedd’s acceptance speech for Best Dance Recording

There are a plethora of awards given out and won that we do not actually get to see when we watch the Grammy’s. One of EDM’s favorite producers, Zedd, won Best Dance Recording for ‘Clarity’ ft. Foxes. So genuine and so thankful, we’re all happy to see Zedd win after all the hard work he put in. How cool that he gives a shout out to Skrillex too.

EDM and Daft Punk Win Big at The GRAMMYs

Listen here: EDM and Daft Punk Win Big at The GRAMMYs

The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards took place last night with Daft Punk beating our Macklemore, Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift for the “Album Of The Year” award with their legendary ‘Random Access Memories’ album.  Not only did Daft Punk take home one award, but the French duo took home in total 5 awards. While Daft Punk made a presence, so did Zedd for Best Dance Recording as well as Cedric Gervais for his remix of “Summertime Sadness” for the Best remixed recordings, non-classical.

Here’s the full list of winners below:

Best Pop duo/Group performance: “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk (ft. Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers)
Best dance recording: ”Clarity” by Zedd (ft. Foxes)
Best dance/Electronica album: ”Random Access Memories” by Daft Punk
Best Engineered album, non-classical: ”Random Access Memories” by Daft Punk
Best remixed recordings, non-classical: ”Summertime Sadness” – by Lana Del Rey (Cedric Gervais Remix)
Record of the year: ”Get Lucky” by Daft Punk
Album of the year: ”Random Access Memories” by Daft Punk