When collecting the prize, Breezy greets his fans and thanks Grammys for welcoming him back after three years of absence.
More winners were announced at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards which took place on Sunday night, February 12 at Los Angeles' Staples Center. Chris Brown got his first award of the evening by grabbing the coveted Best R&B Album, thanks to his latest effort "F.A.M.E.".
Breezy triumphed over El DeBarge ("Second Chance"), R. Kelly ("Love Letter"), Ledisi ("Pieces of Me"), and Kelly Price ("Kelly"). "Team Breezy man, it's all for you," he greeted his loyal devotees.
Breezy additionally said, "I'd like to thank the Grammys for letting me get on this stage and do my thing." Earlier in the evening, he performed "Turn Up the Music" and received warm response from the crowd. He busted his best moves and showed off some fancy footwork during the set.
Foo Fighters, who have won four Golden Gramophones earlier, continued their domination by winning another kudo. They were announced as recipients for Best Rock Performance through single "Walk" that they performed earlier in the evening.
They received the nod from presenter Victor Cruz, who did salsa before handing out the kudo to the band. Dave Grohl said he and his friends made the record in the garage with a tape machine, explaining that "human element" is the most important thing in music. "It's not about what goes on in a computer," he said.
Adele also kept winning. Already grabbing Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance, she followed it up by taking home Song of the Year later in the evening. Receiving the gong from Neil Patrick Harris, she couldn't hide her joy when collecting her latest award on the stage.