6 Grammy-winning songs for you to brush to

These Tracks were made For Bruüshing 

Dan and Shay

Speechless - Dan + Shay

Grab a partner for this smooth, romantic song. Winner of Best Country Duo/Group Performance, you can each get your own Bruüsh as stand-in microphones since we offer them in 3 stunning colors. 

Recommended setting: Gentle. Soothing and delicious to the ears, treat your teeth with the same kind of touch. 



Jerome - Lizzo

This one’s for when you’re feelin’ the feels. The winner of Best Traditional R&B Performance is perfect for belting out a standing ovation type of performance. Truth Hurts is a classic, but give this record a try and you’ll likely be converted to a new Lizzo anthem. 

Recommended setting: Daily. You’ll need to practice this song every day to be able to hit the range of notes that Queen Lizzo shows off. 


Billie Eillish

Bad Guy - Billie Eilish 

How could we post this without including Billie Eilish? Winner of Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Best New Artist, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Vocal Album, Eilish did a clean sweep of this year’s Grammy awards. Just as clean as your mouth will be after brushing to any one of her songs. 

Recommended setting: White. So that you can shine as bright as her custom crystal-embroidered Gucci tracksuit as seen on the red carpet and again during her performance. 


Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus

Old Town Road - Lil Nas X & Billy Ray Cyrus 

Winner of Best Music Video demands for some sick dance moves while you’re getting your teeth clean.* Everyone’s hate to love it (or love to hate it?) track has been paving the way for a new genre of country rap. 

*Please proceed with caution. Bruüsh is not responsible for any dance-related injuries. 

Recommended setting: Max. Anything this over the top deserves a supreme setting. 


Nipsey Hussle

Racks In The Middle - Nipsey Hussle 

You could play a fun albeit messy game of trying to rap along with this track while brushing your teeth. It’s just over 4 minutes long, so make sure to pay attention to our quad-pacer. It expertly times your brushing for a dentist-recommended 2 minute length of time. Best Rap Performance is a beautiful homage to Nipsey Hussle, who the music industry will be remembering for years to come. 

Recommended setting: Tongue. Only because yours will probably be tied trying to keep up with Nispey. 


Bon Iver

i,i, - Bon Iver

While this nominee didn’t win the category for Best Alternative Music Album, it receives honorable mention from us. Ethereal, soul-shocking and a step away from Justin Vernon’s older records, it has earned its right to be included with the best. 

Recommended setting: Gum. Just like i,i, it can’t be forgotten. Make sure to get those gums squeaky clean to ensure the freshest of breath.