Awards for 1999

Grammy

Song of the Year

WINNER

Titanic: James Horner (music by), Will Jennings (lyrics by), Céline Dion (performed by)
For the song "My Heart Will Go On".

NOMINEES

Diane Warren
For the song "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing."

Johnny Rzeznik (Songwriter)
For the song "Iris."

Kirk Franklin
For the song "Lean On Me"

Robert John Lange (Songwriter), Shania Twain (Songwriter)
For the song "You're Still the One."

Best Short Form Music Video

WINNER

Madonna (artist), Jonas Åkerlund (video director), Nicola Doring (video producer), Billy Poveda (video producer)
For the music video for "Ray of Light"

Best Long Form Music Video

WINNER

Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart: Lou Reed (artist), Timothy Greenfield-Sanders (video director/video producer), Karen Bernstein (video producer), Susan Lacy (video producer), Tamar Hacker (video producer)

NOMINEES

They Wanted the Highway: Fastball (artist), Ondi Timoner (video director/video producer), Mark DiDia (video producer)

Bach Cello Suite #6: Six Gestures: Yo-Yo Ma (artist), Patricia Rozema (video director), Niv Fichman (video producer)

TeleVoid: Scott Rockenfield (artist), Paul Speer (artist), Sir Mix A Lot (artist), Michael Boydstun (video director/video producer)

Great Performances: "various artists", Robert Altman (video director/video producer)
For episode "Jazz '34".

Best Music Video, Short Form

NOMINEE

Aerosmith: Pink: Doug Nichol (director), Jim Czarnecki (producer)

Best Dance Recording

WINNER

Madonna (artist/producer), William Orbit (producer), Pat McCarthy (engineer/mixer)
For the song "Ray of Light"

NOMINEES

Cyndi Lauper (artist)
For the song "Disco Inferno"

Boy George (artist)
For the song "When Will You Learn."

Daft Punk (artist)
For the song "Around the World."

Gloria Estefan
For the song "Heaven's What I Feel."

Best Southern, Country, Or Bluegrass Gospel Album

WINNER

The Apostle: Peter Afterman (producer), John Huie (producer), Ken Levitan (producer)

Best Spoken Comedy Album

WINNER

Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner
For the album "The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000."

NOMINEES

Steve Martin
For the Album "Pure Drivel"

Jerry Seinfeld
For the album "I'm Telling You for the Last Time."

Jeff Foxworthy
For the album "Totally Committed".

Best Rap Album

WINNER

Jay Z
For the album "Volume 2... Hard Knock Life."

NOMINEES

Big Pun
For the album "Capital Punishment."

Jermaine Dupri
For the album "Life in 1472."

Mase
For the album "Harlem World."

A Tribe Called Quest
For the album "The Love Movement."

Best Rap Solo Performance

WINNER

Will Smith
For "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It"

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals

WINNER

Burt Bacharach, Elvis Costello
For the song "I Still Have That Other Girl".

Best R&B Album

WINNER

Lauryn Hill
For the album "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill."

NOMINEES

Erykah Badu
For the album "Live!".

Aretha Franklin
For the album "A Rose Is Still a Rose."

Maxwell
For the album "Embrya."

Brandy Norwood
For the album "Never S-A-Y Never."

Best Pop Instrumental Performance

NOMINEE

Titanic: Kenny G (music arranged and conducted by)
For the song "My Heart Will Go On".

Best Pop Vocal Album

WINNER

Madonna (artist/producer), William Orbit (producer), Pat McCarthy (engineer/mixer), Dave Reitzas (engineer/mixer)
For the album "Ray of Light", also shared with Jon Englesby (engineer/mixer)

Best Hard Rock Performance

WINNER

Jimmy Page, Robert Plant
For the song 'Most High'.

Best New Artist

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

WINNER

Titanic: Céline Dion
For the song "My Heart Will Go On".

Best Spoken Word Album

NOMINEE

Garrison Keillor
For the Album "Wobegan Boy"

Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female

WINNER

Lauryn Hill
For the song "Doo Wop (That Thing)."

NOMINEES

Aaliyah
For the song "Are You That Somebody?".

Erykah Badu
For the song "Tyrone."

Aretha Franklin
For the song "A Rose Is Still a Rose."

Janet Jackson
For the song "I Get Lonely."

Album of the Year

WINNER

Lauryn Hill
The MisEducation of Lauryn Hill

NOMINEE

Madonna (artist/producer), Marius De Vries (producer), Patrick Leonard (producer), William Orbit (producer), Pat McCarthy (engineer/mixer), Dave Reitzas (engineer/mixer)
For the album "Ray of Light", also shared with Jon Englesby (engineer/mixer)

Record of the Year

WINNER

Titanic: Céline Dion
For the song "My Heart Will Go On".

NOMINEE

Madonna (artist/producer), William Orbit (producer), Pat McCarthy (engineer/mixer)
For the song "Ray of Light"

Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television

WINNER

Titanic: James Horner, Will Jennings
For the song "My Heart Will Go On".

NOMINEES

Armageddon: Diane Warren
For the song "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing".

Tomorrow Never Dies: Sheryl Crow, Mitchell Froom
For the song "Tomorrow Never Dies".

Mulan: Matthew Wilder, David Zippel
For the song "True To Your Heart".

City of Angels: Alanis Morissette
For the song "Uninvited".

Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture or for Television

WINNER

NOMINEES



City of Angels: Gabriel Yared
For the track from: City Of Angels - Music From The Motion Picture (various artists).

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