The Best Urban Contemporary Album GRAMMY belongs to Frank Ocean, who's up for an armload of GRAMMYs tonight -- six.
Frank Ocean is not going to imagine us all naked. What a relief!
We have another award before our next big performance, and it's for Best Rock Performance, with a mention for Producer of the Year as a teaser. Are you commenting? Keep it coming!
Fierce competition in the Best Rock Perforrmance category. Here we go.
Producer of the year belongs to Dan Auerbach, the great Black Keys front man.
Black Keys win Best Rock Performance. That's two awards in a single presentation for the talented Auerbach.
Another short-but-sweet acceptance.
Maroon 5 and Alicia Keys: talk about a powerful combo.
Fun Fact: Other GRAMMY-winning bands with a color as part of their name:
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
They've launched into "Daylight," a soft-rock Maroon 5 fave off last year's "Overexposed" album.
Adam Levine, don't leave when the sun comes up! Stick around. Forever? Levine and his bandmates know how to work a GRAMMY moment.
As relationship songs go, this one has "wistful" written all over it. Beautifully done.
Adam Levine himself looked a little weak in the knees there for a moment ...
They've moved into Keys' ferocious hit "Girl On Fire," with Alicia Keys pounding drums.