The Republic Records GRAMMY party capped off a night of wins that included the celebration of Lorde's "Royals," which won for Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.
Inside the standing-room only party, Republic’s President/COO Avery Lipman (who with his brother Monte recently made Billboard's Power 100 List) mingled with the guests. Some of those who attended the party were Trey Songz, Jessie J and Shaggy.
Charlie Walk, Republic's executive VP, said that Lorde’s music holds a special place for the label and it's a partnership that will continue to grow.
“Lorde's music transcends,” Walk said. “It was a very special night. I think it makes a statement to our label that artists like Lorde can travel around the world and touch everybody."
Walk said that earlier in the evening he personally congratulated Lorde for her wins. "I told her to enjoy it and that there's more to come."
Wendy Goldstein, Republic’s VP of A&R, was also seen toasting to the Grammy wins and echoed Walk’s sentiments that more is to come from the roster. Other GRAMMY winners from the label included awards for Black Sabbath, who won for Best Metal Performance.