While Billie Eilish swept the main categories at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, the award for Best Music Video went to Lil Nas X & Billy Ray Cyrus's Old Town Road, directed by Calmatic.
Beyoncé wins Best Music Video Grammy for Brown Skin Girl
Beyoncé became the most awarded female artist ever at the Gramm Awards on Sunday night (March 14th) - helped by winning the Best Music Video award for the video for Brown Skin Girl, which Beyoncé co-directed with Jenn Nkiru.
Taken from the Black Is King visual album, Brown Skin Girl, featuring Blue Ivy and Wizkid, was produced by Astrid Edwards, Aya Kaido, Jean Mougin, Nathan Scherrer and Erinn Williams. The video triumphed above four other nominated videos for the Best Music Video award: Future ft Drake's Life Is Good; Anderson .Paak's Lockdown; Harry Styles' Adore You; Woodkid's Goliath.
The winner of the award for Best Music Film was Linda Ronstadt: The Sound Of My Voice, directed by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, produced by Michele Farinola and James Keach.
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