Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” Named Best Music Video At Grammys

Taylor Swift | Bad Blood Art [Via Republic Records]

The high-profile video for Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar’s “Bad Blood,” which was directed by Joseph Kahn and produced by Ron Mohrhoff, has officially been named the year’s Best Music Video.

The honor was formalized at Monday’s 58th Annual Grammy Awards pre-show.

“Bad Blood” beat out Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright,” A$AP Rocky’s “LSD,” Pharrell’s “Freedom,” and The Dead Weather’s “I Feel Love.”

This represents the second Swift-related win of the evening; her “1989” was earlier named Best Pop Vocal Album.

Written by Brian Cantor

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