Digs These Winners From 50th Annual Grammy Awards

This Sunday's 50th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony was pretty decent in regards to folks who recieved awards (for the selection given and what it is).

There were a few "eh" performance moments (Alicia Keys is cool, but the entire Natalie Cole "Unforgettable" phrase of duetting with performers from the great beyond - especially if there is no personal attachment to them and you're not feeling it - needs to pretty much stop) and stuff that was just bizarre (O RLY? and WTF to Fergie even SINGING and the Rihanna and Morris Day and The Time "interesting" remix) and a taste of the 'hood (Nas' SMH N***er Shirt and Interview and Amy Winehouse shouting out "Blake Incarcerated" on some mixtape ish...wowie), but overall things weren't bad.

Heck, there were even some pleasent surprises in the mix (Herbie Hancock repping that Black Music tradition of Jazz and copping that Album of the Year award on some surprise ish and the wins by Chaka Khan, the Beastie Boys, Gerald Levert and Lupe Fiasco were that heat).

If you want to see the full list of winners, some cool pics from the event and so forth, go to the official Grammy Awards Website and to see who right or wrong the crew was about which music artist would win what award category, check out our previous Grammy Awards post.

Now here we go with the winners that was feeling from the 50th Annual Grammy Awards listed below - cop a past and/or current project from them when you can!

Album of the Year: "River: The Joni Letters," Herbie Hancock
Record of the Year: "Rehab," Amy Winehouse

Song of the Year: "Rehab," Amy Winehouse

New Artist: Amy Winehouse

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Mark Ronson

Pop Vocal Album: "Back to Black," Amy Winehouse

Female Pop Vocal Performance: "Rehab," Amy Winehouse

Pop Instrumental Album: "The Mix-Up," Beastie Boys

Pop Instrumental Performance: "One Week Last Summer," Joni Mitchell

Alternative Music Album: "Icky Thump," The White Stripes

Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: "Icky Thump," The White Stripes

Rap Album: "Graduation," Kanye West

Rap/Sung Collaboration: "Umbrella," Rihanna featuring Jay-Z

Rap Song: "Good Life," Aldrin Davis, Mike Dean, Faheem Najm & Kanye West, songwriters (J. Ingram & Q. Jones, songwriters) (Kanye West featuring T-Pain)

R&B Album: "Funk This," Chaka Khan

R&B Song: "No One," Dirty Harry, Kerry Brothers & Alicia Keys, songwriters (Alicia Keys)

Female R&B Vocal Performance: "No One," Alicia Keys

Male R&B Vocal Performance: "Future Baby Mama," Prince

R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: "Disrespectful," Chaka Khan featuring Mary J. Blige

Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: "In My Songs," Gerald Levert

Urban/Alternative Performance: "Daydreamin'," Lupe Fiasco featuring Jill Scott

Contemporary Jazz Album: "River: The Joni Letters," Herbie Hancock

Large Jazz Ensemble Album: "A Tale of God's Will (A Requiem for Katrina)," Terence Blanchard

Latin Urban Album: "Residente O Visitante," Calle 13

Tropical Latin Album: "La Llave De Mi Corazon," Juan Luis Guerra

Reggae: "Mind Control," Stephen Marley

Traditional World Music Album: "African Spirit," Soweto Gospel Choir

Contemporary World Music Album: "Djin Djin," Angelique Kidjo

Gospel Performance: "Blessed & Highly Favored," The Clark Sisters; "Never Gonna Break My Faith," Aretha Franklin & Mary J. Blige (Featuring The Harlem Boys Choir). (Tie.)

Traditional Gospel Album: "Live — One Last Time," The Clark Sisters

Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: "Love You I Do (From Dreamgirls)," Siedah Garrett & Henry Krieger, songwriters (Jennifer Hudson)

Musical Album for Children: "A Green and Red Christmas," The Muppets

Spoken Word: "The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream," Barack Obama

Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): "I'm Gonna Live Till I Die," John Clayton, arranger (Queen Latifah)

Engineered Album, Non-Classical: "Beauty & Crime," Tchad Blake, Cameron Craig, Emery Dobyns & Jimmy Hogarth, engineers (Suzanne Vega)

Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: "Bring the Noise (Benny Benassi Sfaction Remix)," Benny Benassi, remixer (Public Enemy)

Classical Crossover Album: "A Love Supreme: The Legacy of John Coltrane," Turtle Island Quartet

Short Form Music Video: "God's Gonna Cut You Down," Johnny Cash

Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package: "What It Is!: Funky Soul and Rare Grooves (1967-1977)," Masaki Koike, art director

Album Notes: "John Work, III: Recording Black Culture," Bruce Nemerov, album notes writer