2014 Grammy Awards

 

Daft Punk, Zedd, Cedric Gervais take home Grammys

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The competition was fierce at the 56th annual Grammy Awards, and some of the hottest names in dance were nominated this year. 

Zedd took home the award for Best Dance Recording for his radio hit "Clarity" featuring Foxes. The young producer/DJ was up against Duke Dumont, Calvin Harris, Armin van Buuren, and Kaskade. "Clarity," the title track to his debut album, was a huge song for Zedd this year - he made his TV debut when performed the song on "The Late Show with David Letterman" with Foxes last year.

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Daft Punk won the Grammy for Best Dance/Electronica Album for their latest album Random Access Memories. The comeback album yielded a few hits for the robots, including their Pharrell collabs "Get Lucky" and "Lose Yourself to Dance." The duo was nominated in the category along with Disclosure, Calvin Harris, Kaskade, and Pretty Lights. 

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The robots also won for Best Engineered Album (Non-classical), and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Record of the Year for "Get Lucky," and most impressively Album of the Year for Random Access Memories.

Cedric Gervais took home the Grammy for Best Remixed Recording (Non-classical), for his famous remix of Lana Del Rey's "Summertime Sadness." Cedric was nominated in the same category as Alesso, and Sultan & Ned Shepard. 

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