Harry Styles walked away with the biggest honor of the night at Sunday night’s 65th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Styles was awarded Album of the Year for this project, Harry’s House, which released May 2022.
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In honor of the big win, we’re taking a look back at Harry’s conversation with Audacy’s Bru during a Check In that took place just before the now, GRAMMY-winning album released. Tune in above to hear Harry, himself, cover everything from what the album means to him to what he learned while making it and more.
“'Harry’s House' to me is very much like me… being the most comfortable with… who I am as both a person and a musician,” he said of the project. “I think when I listen to it, that’s what I get from it… happy but also exploring what kind of music I want to make.”
While self-reflection and authenticity are present in ways like never before for Styles, he also said the project is a dedication to his friends who allow him a safe place to explore and embrace his own being.
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“I don’t think I could have made this album if it wasn’t for my wonderful friends. It’s very much kind like a dedication to them,” he shared. “I feel like the place I’m at in my life — to be able to feel comfortable enough and free enough to kind of be who I am, and make the music I want to make — I feel like it’s because of the environment they’ve kind of created for me.”
Album of the Year wasn’t the only GRAMMY Styles waltzed away with after Sunday's show, he also received the trophy for Best Pop Vocal Album.