Mumford & Sons Wins Best Album

No more waiting for Mumford & Sons. The British folk group took home Album of the Year for Babel at the Grammys on Sunday, as the awards show gave away top honors to younger generation acts. Electronic pop artist Gotye and New Zealand singer Kimbra took home Record of the Year for “Somebody That I Used to Know,” one of the biggest-selling singles of 2012 but also a song that first found its footing on YouTube. New York indie trio fun., which hit big with “We Are Young,” took home Best New Artist, beating out the Lumineers and Frank Ocean. Ocean didn’t go home empty-handed though: he won for his collaboration song “No Church in the Wild” and also Best Urban Contemporary Album for Channel Orange, directly beating out Chris Brown.