The rapper was an early triple winner, picking up Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for Alright and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for These Walls at the pre-awards prizegiving, and he then claimed Best Rap Album honours for To Pimp A Butterfly, while Brittany Howard's acclaimed group landed the Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song gongs for Don't Wanna Fight, and the Best Alternative Music Album award for Sound & Color.
As one of the hottest ladies in country music, Kacey Musgraves has built a solid reputation with hit songs and plenty of attitude.
In her cover story for Redbook magazine’s July 2015 issue, the “Merry Go ‘Round” songstress addresses the critics who were offended by her reference to rolling a joint in “Follow Your Arrow”- “I’ve come to conclusion that people are always going to find a way to be offended about something, and it’s almost like they want to be. I won’t be everybody’s cup of tea. I’ve found peace in that. I’m cool with not being the biggest superstar on the planet. I don’t let people’s approval make or break what I’m doing.”
It comes with little surprise that last night's (November 5) broadcast of the 48th Annual CMA Awards was packed full of hilarious antics and amazing performances. In addition, plenty of excited winners celebrated together inside Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.
Hosted by dynamic duo Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley, the night went off without a hitch as the pair joked about former country babe Taylor Swift, the Ebola panic and the gender of Carrie's bun in the oven (she's having a boy!).