OREANDA-NEWS. The next Grammy Awards ceremony, established by the US Academy of Recordings, takes place on Sunday evening in Los Angeles and at a number of other venues.

The song Everything I Wanted, co-authored with her brother Finneas O'Connell, earned American singer Billie Eilish a Grammy for Best Recording of the Year, the ceremony organizers said.

The singer has become a Grammy winner more than once. So, at the 63rd ceremony, she won the nomination "Best Song Written for Visual Media" for the soundtrack to the last James Bond film, and also received two more nominations in the categories "Best Song of the Year" and "Best Pop Solo Performance ".

Earlier it was reported that the composition I Can't Breathe by H.E.R was recognized as the best song of the year at the Grammy, while the Folklore album by American singer Taylor Swift became the best album of the year.

It is also reported that the American singer Beyoncé has won a record number of Grammy awards among women, the total number of awards has reached 28, according to the organizers of the ceremony. "History is making again. Beyoncé is now the singer with the most Grammy awards at 28," the organizers said in a statement on Twitter.

The previous record for women was held by American country singer Alison Krauss, who is the recipient of 27 most prestigious music awards. Conductor Georg Solti has the largest number of awards, he has become a Grammy winner 31 times.