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Grammy Awards 2014: Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Daft Punk Are Early Winners

January 27, 2014 (1:56 am) GMT
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are named best new artist, defeating other contenders such as James Blake, Kendrick Lamar, Kacey Musgraves and Ed Sheeran.

Following a performance from and , first awards at the 56th annual Grammy Awards were handed to the winners. The first award which was handed out at the Sunday, January 26 event was Best New Artist which went to duo & Ryan Lewis.

The twosome, who won three trophies at the pre-telecast ceremony, defeated other artists in the category which included , , and . "I want to say, we made this album without a record label. We made it independently and we appreciate all the support," Macklemore said while on stage.

After the trophy was handed out, the winner of Best Pop Duo/Group Performance was announced. went home with a trophy in the category after edging out other performers which included & Jay-Z for "Suit & Tie", featuring & with "Blurred Lines", featuring Mikky Ekko with "Stay" and featuring with "Just Give Me a Reason". The French duo showed up on stage alongside Williams and Nile Rodgers. "Dude. On the behalf of the robots, I would just like to say, 'Man, thank you, thank thank you,' " Williams said.

and others took the stage following the announcement. Other winners will be revealed at the 2014 Grammy Awards which is hosted by .



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