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54th Grammy Award – Adele

26 Feb
54th Grammy Award – Adele

I just watched the 54th Grammy Award that was held last February 13, 2012 and it was so amazing how a british woman Adele sweep off the American Music Industry! She brings home the bacon on each of her nominated award – Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Rihanna, Pink and Bruno Mars only looked as second best! She even had her first song performance after her vocal cord surgery, and there goes a handsome standing ovation from everyone. I also noticed Rihanna held astonished after her “Rolling in the Deep” performance, surely she’s one of her big fan!

She’s not your typical song artist with plastic surgeries all over their bods and faces to allure people, she’s fat, not showing off cleavage and don’t do any tricks to put spices on her performances. She’s just simply singing with a little bit of swinging. Truly voice and lyric quality still counts these days, I thought it’s been forever banished as we we’re in a modern age, auto tune and stuffs.

Here’s the list of her Grammy Awards:

  • Song of the Year: “Rolling in the Deep”
  • Best Pop Solo Performance: “Someone Like You”
  • Best Pop Vocal Album: 21
  • Record Of The Year: “Rolling In The Deep”
  • Album Of The Year: 21, Adele

 

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I’m glad that it’s not just me who appreciates Adele as an artist. She’s a legend!

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1 Comment

Posted by on February 26, 2012 in People

 

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One response to “54th Grammy Award – Adele

  1. liezl

    March 1, 2012 at 4:47 PM

    hi sis…just dropping by here in your blog. blessings!

     

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