Queen Bey was honored by Adele at the Grammys on Sunday night. Following her Song, Record and Album of the Year sweep, the British singer paid homage to her idol Beyoncé during her acceptance speeches. "My dream and my idol is Queen Bey," she said during her acceptance speech for Record of the Year Award. "I adore you. You move my soul and you have done for nearly 17 years. I adore you and I want you to be my mummy." Beyoncé looked on in tears while standing by hubbie Jay Z.
Dressed in a black, reddish-purple gown, Adele said "Hello" to the 59th edition of the Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in style. Adele went on to claim five awards for the night with includes Record, Song and Album of the year. Congrats Adele! #Adele
Sunday February the 12th marked the 59th edition of the biggest night in music, The Grammy Awards. This year's edition was aired live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday (Feb. 12). Artists from around the world receives accolades for their achievements. Adele opened the show with a big performance of her hit single "Hello," which also got her Best Pop Solo Performance trophy. Lalah Hathaway won Best R&B Album of the year with her Lalah Hathaway Live LP. Maxwell'
Adele's Hello has recieved all the best accolades since it's release. From topping the charts to top sales to remixes and renditions. The last being from Joe and now Chrisette Michele just perfects it. Chrisette Michele is inspired by her love for quartet music. Here, Chrisette arranges an a'cappella version of Adele's "Hello". This is the second installation from her forthcoming mixtape "Steady Gang Mix" due February 27th. Her album Milestone is set for a Spring release. Lis
Though we don't have Reggae tunes on our rotation, we couldn't miss this powerful Adele's "Hello" Reggae remake by Jamaican artist Conkarah and Rosie Delmah from The Solomon Islands. Watch video below and share your thoughts! #Adele