Grammy Award for Song of the Year (2010s)

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  1. Adele

    Adele

    322,935 views
    British singer-songwriter

  2. Andrew Dost

    Andrew Dost

    18 views
    Musician

  3. Beyoncé Knowles

    Beyoncé Knowles

    1,290,409 views
    American singer, songwriter, actress, and fashion designer

  4. Charles Kelley

    Charles Kelley

    3,720 views
    American, Country Musician

  5. Christopher Stewart (music producer)

    Christopher Stewart (music producer)

    60 views
    American record producer

  6. Hillary Scott

    Hillary Scott

    54,164 views
    American singer

  7. Jack Antonoff

    Jack Antonoff

    26,314 views
    American Musician

  8. Joel Little

    Joel Little

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    New Zealand pop musician

  9. Kuk Harrell

    Kuk Harrell

    130 views
    American, Songwriter

  10. Lorde

    Lorde

    20,696 views
    New Zealand musician

  11. Nate Ruess

    Nate Ruess

    23,528 views
    American singer-songwriter

  12. Need You Now

    Need You Now (2010)

    1,001 views

    "Need You Now" is a country pop song performed by American country music group Lady Antebellum. The song was co-written by Lady Antebellum and Josh Kear, and produced by the trio along with Paul Worley. It serves as the lead-off single and title track to their second studio album, Need You Now, which was released on January 26, 2010. The song was their debut single in the UK and Europe and was released on April 26, 2010. It won four Grammy Awards in 2011, including for Song of the Year and Record of the Year, the first country song to win both honors since 2007, and only the second ever.


  13. Paul Epworth

    Paul Epworth

    11 views

    Paul Epworth (born 25 July 1974) is an English music producer, musician, and songwriter. His production and writing credits include Adele, Florence and the Machine, Coldplay, Cee Lo Green, Foster the People, John Legend, Azealia Banks, Paul McCartney, Bruno Mars, Plan B, Crystal Castles, Friendly Fires, Bloc Party, Annie, Chapel Club, Primal Scream, The Rapture, Jack Peñate, Kate Nash, and Maxïmo Park. On 12 February 2012 at the 54th Grammy Awards, he won four Grammy Awards for Producer of the Year, Album of the Year (Adele's 21), and Song of the Year and Record of the Year (for "Rolling in the Deep"). He won the Academy Award for Best Original Song alongside Adele, for "Skyfall". His sister Mary Epworth is a singer and songwriter. He is a member of the Music Producers Guild.


  14. Rolling In The Deep

    Rolling In The Deep

    4,394 views

    "Rolling in the Deep" is a song recorded by British singer-songwriter Adele for her second studio album, 21. The song was written by Adele and Paul Epworth. The singer herself describes it as a "dark blues-y gospel disco tune". The largest crossover hit in the United States from the past 25 years, "Rolling in the Deep" gained radio airplay from many different radio formats. It was first released on 29 November 2010 as the lead single from 21 in digital download format. The lyrics describe the emotions of a scorned lover.


  15. Royals

    Royals

    129 views

    "Royals" is a song recorded by New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde for her extended play debut, The Love Club EP, and also included on her September 2013 debut studio album, Pure Heroine. It was released as her first single on 2 August 2013 (2013-08-02). The song was drafted by Lorde in half an hour then refined with Joel Little, the single's producer. An art pop and minimal pop song, "Royals" was intended as a "response to everything that's on pop radio", with lyrics that revolve around aspirationalism, counterpointing popular artists' luxurious lifestyles.


  16. The Dream

    The Dream

    44,551 views
    American musician

  17. We Are Young

    We Are Young

    27 views

    "We Are Young" is a song recorded by American band Fun featuring Janelle Monáe, for their second studio album, Some Nights (2012). It was released on September 20, 2011, as the lead single from Some Nights. Musically, "We Are Young" is an anthem that incorporates the genres of indie pop, alternative rock, and power pop. The song received generally positive reviews from music critics, with many noting the song as a breakthrough for the indie genre and praising the song's catchiness. "We Are Young" has attained commercial success worldwide, reaching number one in several countries.


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