Unlike in 2012 when Adele dominated all acts and all categories, this year’s GRAMMIES offered more surprises and fewer sure things. Sunday’s award ceremony saw Gotye’s Somebody That I Used to Know take home top price, beating out The Black Keys and Taylor Swift among others. Mumford & Sons took home album of the year for Babel, while song of the year went to Fun.’s We Are Young. Fun. also took home the GRAMMY for Best New Artist. Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song went to the boys in The Black Keys. Meanwhile, Jay-Z and Kanye West took home Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song, while Frank Ocean claimed the title for Best Urban Contemporary Album. Ocean’s win caused controversy as competitor and recent fist fight opponent Chris Brown refused to stand to acknowledge his win. Overall, this year’s GRAMMY’s actually provided a nice variety for a change. Coupled with performances by Elton John, Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake, and a tribute to Bob Marley by Bruno Mars with Sting, Rihanna, Damian Marley and Ziggy Marley, it’s safe to safe the GRAMMY’s took home the trophy for best award show this year.