Ravi Shankar wins best world music album at Grammys Awards
The group took best rock performance for "Lonely Boy'' during the main telecast and earlier in the day won best rock song for "Lonely Boy'' and best rock album for "El Camino'' with bandmate Patrick Carney, and Auerbach was named producer of the year. He also got an assist - but no trophy - on Dr. John's best blues album "Locked Down,'' which he produced.
Ocean won best urban contemporary album for "channel ORANGE.'' He beat out Chris Brown, with whom he recently scuffled. Ocean took the stage with tape on two of his left fingers, a remnant of the fight, and Brown clapped politely and nodded as he walked to the stage.
And he won best rap/sung collaboration for "No Church in the Wild'' with fellow top nominees Jay-Z and Kanye West, and The-Dream. The win gave West and Jay-Z three wins on the night after wins for best rap song and best rap performance for "... in Paris,'' another "Watch the Throne'' track.
Gotye and electronic dance music innovator Skrillex won three awards and a slew of artists sit one back, including top nominees Kanye West and Jay-Z, former best new artist winner Esperanza Spalding, jazz man Chick Corea and Christian singer-songwriter Matt Redman.
Other early winners included Rihanna, Beyonce, Britain's Mumford & Sons and Taylor Swift, who opened the show as the Mad Hatter. Swift dressed in white top hat, tails, shorts and tall boots during
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