By Kevin Rutherford

He may have flown under the radar the whole ride, but in the end, Beck came out on top.

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The rocker scored the award for Album of the Year for his album Morning Phase—and seemed as baffled as many upon accepting his award, even weathering a fake Kanye West stage storming to do so.

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As he reached the stage, West faked a juke toward the microphone, presumably to say that Beyonce had one of the best albums of all time.

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And if he wasn’t joking, he at least thought better about it.

He beat out Beyonce’s Beyonce, Ed Sheeran’s X, Sam Smith’s In the Lonely Hour and Pharrell’s G I R L for the award.

Prince presented the award, making a strong declaration before revealing the winner.  “Like books and black lives, albums still matter,” he said to a round of applause.

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