Kaytranada's 2019 album Bubba was announced as the Best Dance/Electronic Album at the 2021 Grammys last night (14 March), after being nominated alongside Arca's KiCk i, Disclosure's Energy, Bauuer's Planet's Mad, and Madeon's Good Faith.

The Canadian producer and artist also won the Best Dance Recording Grammy for his huge Kali Uchis collaboration "10%", after going up against Jayda G's "Both Of Us", Disclosure, slowthai and Aminé's "My High", Flume and Toro Y Moi's "The Difference", and Diplo and SIDEPIECE's "On My Mind".

Kaytranada thanked fans on Twitter from the bottom of his heart for the two Grammy wins, which are the first of his career. He was also up for Best New Artist alongside Phoebe Bridgers, D Smoke, Noah Cyrus and more, which was won by Megan Thee Stallion.

Last night's Grammys also saw Beyoncé make history by earning four more Grammy Awards, taking her total to 28, making her the most Grammy-winning female artist in history after overtaking Alison Krauss (who has 27 Grammy Awards). Beyoncé picked up Best Music Video for "Brown Skin Girl", Best R&B Performance for "Black Parade", as well as Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance for her appearance on Megan Thee Stallion's "Savage" remix.

Taylor Swift also made history last night by becoming the first female artist ever to win Album Of The Year three times. She won Album Of The Year last night (14 March) for Folklore, and previously won Album Of The Year in 2016 for 1989, and again in 2010 for Fearless. The only other artists that have ever won Album Of The Year three times are Frank Sinatra, Paul Simon and Stevie Wonder.

Yesterday's 63rd annual Grammys also saw Billie Eilish take her total Grammy wins to seven, after winning Record Of The Year for "Everything I Wanted", and Best Song Written For Visual Media for her James Bond theme "No Time To Die".

Visit grammy.com to view the full list of winners from last night's Grammy Awards.