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Grammys 2022: Full list of winners

Singer John Batiste won five Grammys on Sunday including album of the year.

Jon Batiste wins 5 Grammys; Canada's Joni Mitchell earns early award

John Batiste won five Grammys on Sunday including album of the year. (Mindy Small/Getty Images)

Jon Batiste closed out the Grammy awards on Sunday with five awards including album of the year, while Silk Sonic took home four awards including record of the year and song of the year.

Singer Olivia Rodrigo also came out on top with three Grammys including best new artist, best pop solo performance for Driver's License and best pop album for Sour at the award show; she was nominated for seven Grammys.

Silk Sonic, the pop-funk duo made up of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, also picked up awards for best R&B performance and best R&B song. Canadian recording engineer Charles Moniz was also honoured with a Grammy for his work on the duo's single Leave the Door Open.

Rodrigo, Silk Sonic and J Balvin opened the the televised portion of the award show in Las Vegas with performances at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Bruno Mars, left and Dernst Emile II, and Anderson .Paak accept the song of the year award for Leave The Door Open during the 64th Annual Grammy Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena. (Rich Fury/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

Earlier, Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell picked up a Grammy for best historical album for Joni Mitchell Archives, Vol. 1: The Early Years (1963-1967) during the non-televised portion of the award show on Sunday.

The 78-year-old was also honoured at the 2022 MusiCares Person of the year gala on Friday. 

Canadian Joni Mitchell won the Grammy award for best historical album on Sunday. (Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)
Cuban Canadian performer Alex Cuba also picked up his first Grammy for best Latin pop album during the non-televised portion of the show. Montreal conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin also picked up his first Grammy for best orchestral performance. 

The Weeknd also picked up a Grammy during the non-televised portion of the award show for best melodic rap performance for his feature on Hurricane by rapper Kanye West. Both the Weeknd and Toronto rapper Drake have torn their relationship with the Recording Academy. Last March, the Weeknd said he was boycotting the Grammys while Drake withdrew his nominations for 2022 in November.

Hosted by comedian Trevor Noah, the show was postponed in January amid rising cases of COVID-19 and scheduling conflicts. It's the first time the Grammys have been hosted outside of Los Angeles since the show was held at Madison Square Garden in New York in 2018. 

Singer Jon Batiste led the nominations with 11, while Doja Cat, H.E.R. and Canada's Justin Bieber each had eight. Other Canadians nominated this year include Peterborough, Ont., producer Greg Wells and Hamilton's Caribou.

Justin Bieber performs onstage during the Grammy Awards. (Rich Fury/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

Bieber also performed Peaches with fellow Canadian Daniel Caesar and singer Giveon. 

Other performances on Sunday included Lady Gaga, Brothers Osborne, Carrie Underwood, Lil Nas X, Nas and more. 

Major winners throughout the evening:

Album of the year
We Are, Jon Batiste

Record of the year:
Leave the Door Open, Silk Sonic.

Best pop duo/group performance
Kiss Me More, Doja Cat feat. SZA

Best pop vocal album
Sour, Olivia Rodrigo.

Best R&B album
Heaux Tales, Jazmine Sullivan,

Best rap performance 
Family Ties, Baby Keem and Kendrick Lamar.

Best new artist
Olivia Rodrigo.

Country album of the year
Starting Over, Chris Stapleton.

Song of the year
Leave the Door Open, Silk Sonic.

Best historical album
Joni Mitchell Archives, Vol. 1: The Early Years (1963-1967), Joni Mitchell.

Best Latin pop album
Mendo, Alex Cuba.

Best dance/electronic album
Subconsciously, Black Coffee.

Best reggae album
Beauty in the Silence, Soja.

Best rock performance
Making a Fire, Foo Fighters. 

Best rock album 
Medicine at Midnight, Foo Fighters.

Best rock song
Waiting on a War, Foo Fighters.

Best traditional R&B performance 
Fight for You, H.E.R.

Best rap album 
Call Me If You Get Lost, Tyler, the Creator.

Best melodic rap performance
Hurricane, Kanye West featuring the Weeknd and Lil Baby.

Best R&B performance
Leave the Door Open, Silk Sonic.

Best R&B song
Leave the Door Open, Silk Sonic.

Best pop solo performance
Drivers License, Olivia Rodrigo.

Best orchestral performance
Price: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 3, Yannick Nézet-Séguin

Best metal performance
Dream Theater

Best American roots performance
Cry, Jon Batiste

Best music video
Freedom, Jon Batiste 

Best American roots song
Cry, Jon Batiste and Steve McEwan

Best score soundtrack for visual media (tie)
Soul, Jon Batiste 
The Queen's Gambit, Carlos Rafael Rivera

For a complete list of Grammys winners, click here.

With files from The Canadian Press and The Associated Press

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