Billie Eilish’s song for the movie “Barbie” wins a Grammy

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Billie Eilish’s song “What Was I Made For?” for the film “Barbie” won the “Song of the Year” nomination at the Grammy Awards. The award ceremony took place on February 4 in Los Angeles.

The following compositions were nominated for the award: “Dance the Night” by Dua Lipa from the same film, Jon Batista and his “Butterfly”, “Flowers” ​​performed by Miley Cyrus, “A&W” performed by Lana Del Rey and other compositions.

Miley Cyrus won her first Grammy for “Flowers,” winning the award for Best Pop Solo Performance.

Taylor Swift won the award for Best Popular Album for her song “Midnights.”

However, the ceremony was not without unpleasant incidents: the police arrested American rapper Killer Mike immediately after he received the Grammy Award. The artist was detained for a minor offense unrelated to the ceremony.

Source: Ren

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