Women rule this year's Grammys

 US singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves poses with the Grammy for Best Country Album, Best Country Song, Best Country Solo Performance, and Album of the Year during the 61st annual Grammy Awards ceremony at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California
US singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves poses with the Grammy for Best Country Album, Best Country Song, Best Country Solo Performance, and Album of the Year during the 61st annual Grammy Awards ceremony at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on Feb 10, 2019. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
Singer and songwriter Alicia Keys surprised many when she invited her powerful posse of friends on stage - (from left) Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith, Alicia Keys, former US First Lady Michelle Obama, and actress-singers Jennifer Lopez.
Singer and songwriter Alicia Keys surprised many when she invited her powerful posse of friends on stage - (from left) Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith, Alicia Keys, former US First Lady Michelle Obama, and actress-singers Jennifer Lopez.PHOTO: REUTERS
Pop favourite Lady Gaga won the Grammy for best pop duo/group performance, and for best song written for visual media for Shallow, which was featured on the soundtrack of the film A Star Is Born.
Pop favourite Lady Gaga won the Grammy for best pop duo/group performance, and for best song written for visual media for Shallow, which was featured on the soundtrack of the film A Star Is Born.PHOTO: EPA-EFE
Other prominent wins by female artists include British-Albanian pop star Dua Lipa for best new artist and best dance recording (Electricity).
Other prominent wins by female artists include British-Albanian pop star Dua Lipa for best new artist and best dance recording (Electricity).PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA

SINGAPORE - Under fire in recent times for under-representation, this year's edition of the Grammys felt like music's biggest night correcting itself.

Women ruled the 61st edition of the glitzy annual awards show that took place in Los Angeles on Feb 11, led by American country singer Kacey Musgraves who picked up one of the biggest prizes, album of the year for her fourth album, Golden Hour.

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