We asked a few of our favorite artists to make playlists for us of their favorite GRAMMY winning songs from the past. British R&B singer Conor Maynard, whose new album Contrast was just released in the states last week, did not disappoint. From his musical forefather Justin Timberlake to countryman Adele to one of his idols Stevie Wonder, Manyard presents a very listenable GRAMMY winning soundtrack.

Bruno Mars “Just The Way You Are”
Best Male Pop Vocal Performance 2011

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Justin Timberlake “Cry Me A River”
Best Male Pop Vocal Performance 2004

Adele “Rolling In the Deep”
Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Short Form Music Video 2011

Daft Punk “Harder Better Faster (Alive 2007)”
Best Dance Recording 2008

Rihanna “Only Girl (In The World)”
Best Dance Recording 2010

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Usher “There Goes My Baby”
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance 2010

Jay-Z feat. Alicia Keys “Empire State Of Mind”
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, Best Rap Song 2010

Stevie Wonder “Living For The City”
Best R&B Song 1974, Best R&B Vocal Performance Male 1975

Lil Wayne “A Milli”
Best Rap Solo Performance 2008, Best Song Written For a Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media 2009

Kings of Leon “Use Somebody”
Record of the Year, Best Rock Performance By A Duo or Group With Vocals 2010

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-Courtney E. Smith, Radio.com