Somebody That I Used to Know by Australian artist Gotye won Record of the Year at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, one of the four top awards at music's biggest night.
The melodic heartbreak song, which featured New Zealand singer Kimbra, was one of 2012's biggest hits.
Gotye accepted the award from Prince, who said "I love this song," just before he announced the winner.
"Thank you for everybody who puts out great energy into the world with music," Gotye said in his acceptance speech.
Indie pop band Fun. won the best new artist prize at the 55th Grammy Awards on Sunday, their second win in the top four categories.
The New York band had already taken the Best Song Grammy for "We Are Young" and are also shortlisted in Album of the Year category, although they fell short of a landmark clean sweep when Record of the Year went to Gotye.
For the best new artist award, fun. beat out high-selling R&B singer Frank Ocean, Americana rockers Alabama Shakes, folk band The Lumineers and country singer Hunter Hayes.
The members of fun. was joined at the Grammy ceremony by Lena Dunham, creator of the critically acclaimed dark comedy "Girls," who is said to be dating the band's guitarist Jack Antonoff.