The good and the bad from the Grammys

As usual, the Grammy Awards’ ceremony had its moments, good and bad. Here’s an overview of what went well and what went wrong at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles on February 15.

The good:

Kendrick Lamar
He’s the lead winner in terms of gongs but what made him own these Grammys was his exceptional performance, which dug deep into the history of African-Americans. And yes, he set the house on fire: There was a real bonfire on stage! In ...

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