Billie Eilish capped off an amazing breakthrough year with an amazing night at the Grammys, winning top honors for album, record, and song of the year.

The eighteen-year-old singer-songwriter swept all six categories she had been nominated for on the strength of her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

“Wow, wow, wow, wow,” Eilish said during her acceptance speech for Song of the Year. “So many other songs deserved this, I’m sorry.”


Fellow newcomer, Lizzo, also had a big night at the Grammys, nabbing trophies for the Best Urban Contemporary Album and Traditional R&B Performance.

Rapper Tyler the Creator took home the Rap Album award for his 2019 hit album Igor and thanked his family, friends, fans and his management team for their support.

Singer-songwriter Gary Clark Jr. picked up three Grammys for his album This Land including Contemporary Blues Album of the Year as well as Rock Song (a songwriting award) and performance for the title track.

Performers for the evening included Eilish, Tyler, the Creator, Camila Cabello, Demi Lovato, Lil Nas X, Ariana Grande, Rosalia, Aerosmith and more. A number of artists also contributed to tribute performances for Prince and Nipsey Hussle.