SESAC is proud to congratulate its affiliated artists who received accolades from the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards, held Sunday, March 14, outside the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles, California. Burna Boy received his first career win in the Best Global Music Album category for his album Twice As Tall, songwriter-artist PJ Morton took home his third trophy for Best Gospel Album with Gospel According to PJ, and Robert Glasper and Snarky Puppy were both awarded their fourth trophies – Best R&B Song “Better Than I Imagined” and Best Contemporary Instrumental Album for Live At The Royal Albert Hall, respectively.
In addition, affiliates PJ Morton and Mykal Kilgore joined a talented group of 2021 GRAMMY nominees to open the GRAMMY Premiere Ceremony with a tribute to the 50th Anniversary of Marvin Gaye’s album What’s Going On. Later in the ceremony, Burna Boy delivered an incredible performance which included three of his songs, “Level Up,” “Onyeka” and “Ye,” two of which are from his GRAMMY-winning album, Twice As Tall.SESAC is proud to represent all the affiliates nominated in a wide variety of categories and genres including Country, Latin, R&B, Rap, Jazz, Contemporary Christian, Dance/Electronic, Bluegrass, and more.
Best Global Music Album
Twice As Tall
Best R&B Song
“Better Than I Imagined”
Best Gospel Album
Gospel According To PJ
Best Contemporary Instrumental Album
Live At The Royal Albert Hall
For a full list of GRAMMY winners, visit: grammy.com