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Kendrick Lamar, Taylor Swift and Alabama Shakes were the biggest winners at a Grammy Awards ceremony that, due to the recent deaths of some seminal stars, felt as much a tribute to music's past as its present.Swift won top album for "1989," Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars earned top record for "Uptown Funk," Ed Sheeran won song of the year for "Thinking Out Loud" and Meghan Trainor was named best new artist.Besides his five Grammys, Lamar had one of the night's most intense, riveting performances. He earned a shoutout from President Barack Obama's White House Twitter feed.He won best rap album, rap performance, rap song, rap/sung performance and music video and his disappearance from CBS' broadcast after the first hour is sure to renew debate over Grammy voters' attitudes toward rap.
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