Sunday's Academy Awards saw some of the top names in film collect awards on Hollywood's biggest night. Despite the ceremony looking slightly different than previous years, musicians left their own mark.
Singer-songwriter H.E.R. took home the award for Best Original Song, alongside songwriters Tiara Thomas and Dernst Emile on Sunday. Her song, "Fight For You" from Judas and the Black Messiah beat out original songs from other films like Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, and the Regina King-directed One Night In Miami.
“Thank you to the Academy—I’ve always wanted to say that! I have to thank God for giving us these gifts," H.E.R. said in her acceptance speech. "And my parents, my beautiful mother who’s here with me today and my father at home, all those days of listening to Sly & the Family Stone and Curtis Mayfield and Marvin Gaye really paid off.”
The song wasn't the only win for the film on Sunday, with Daniel Kaluuya winning the award for Actor in a Supporting Role for his turn as revolutionary icon Fred Hampton. Other wins of the night included Trent Reznor and Jon Batiste winning Best Original Score for Soul, and the Joey Bada$$-starring Two Distant Stangers taking home the award for Best Live Action Short. See the full list here.