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Bruno Mars won big at the 60th G Awards

Bruno Mars' major wins at the 60th Grammy Awards this year were historic. While they stirred controversy for many, Mars' winnings sent a shockwave throughout the music industry. According to Billboard, "To win album, record and song of the year in one fell swoop is rare; to do this as an R&B artist, more so; to win record and song for two separate tracks off the same album, rarer still."

Mars' 24K Magic album won album, record, and best R&B album of the year. "That's What I Like," the album's title track, won song of the year.

LCD Soundsystem won best dance recording for "Tonite." Kraftwerk took home the best dance/electronic album for their 3-D The Catalogue album.
You can view the full list of GRAMMY winners here.'s host for House of Latroit Radio snagged the GRAMMY for best Remixed Recording with Depeche Mode's 'You Move.'

Latroit, who recently joined for an exclusive podcast series House of Latroit, won best remixed recording for Depeche Mode's "You Move."

The house genius behind the Latroit name is Dennis White, and he takes an unprecedented approach to music that flawlessly represents the vibe, sound, and culture of past and future dance music. White graduated from Berklee College of Music and intended on working with live bands. When he had neighbors move in next door to his Detroit apartment, White was opened to an entirely new realm of music. His new neighbors, Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson, and Juan Atkins clicked well with him. Saunderson recruited White to shape-shift the growing electronic music industry. The rest is history (and includes a Grammy!). Congrats, Latroit! 

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