Grammy song of the year named

The song “I Can’t Breathe” by the American singer H.E.R won a Grammy award in the category “Best Song of the Year”. The ceremony was broadcast by CBS TV channel.

“I can’t breathe” (“I can’t breathe”) is the last words of the African American George Floyd, who died last May after being detained by the police. Then one of the police officers used a chokehold, pressing his knee on Floyd’s neck, which caused him to lose consciousness. After Floyd’s death, large-scale protests for the rights of blacks began in Minneapolis and throughout the country, often accompanied by riots.

Billy Eilish’s “Everything I Wanted”, Beyoncé’s “Black Parade”, Taylor Swift’s “Cardigan”, Roddy Ricch’s “The Box”, Post Malone’s “Circles”, “Don’t Start Now “by singer Dua Lipa and” If the World Was Ending “by Canadian JP Saxe and American Julia Michaels.

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