Composer Stephanie Economou accepted the award, which was a newly created category this year.
Next year's Grammy Awards ceremony will include five new categories to honour the industry's diverse communities.
Daft Punk had announced their split one year ago, but the famous electronic music duo makes a surprise reappearance on the same day exactly a year later on social media and streamed footage from a 1997 show on Twitch.
Nicknamed Meat Loaf, Marvin Lee Aday's single "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" topped the charts in 28 countries and won him a Grammy Award.
The highest honours in the music industry will be handed out at a live ceremony in Los Angeles on January 31.
The rapper and actor died after suffering catastrophic cardiac arrest at a New York hospital, his family said.
Like all major awards shows, this year's Grammy Awards will be a toned down – with a mix of live and pre-taped performances – in compliance with restrictions of the coronavirus era.
One of the era's defining dancefloor acts hung up their helmets, as the electronic music stars announced their retirement in typically enigmatic fashion with a video showing one of them exploding in a desert.
Over his more than half-a-century-long career, Corea performed classical music, standards, solo originals, Latin jazz and tributes to great jazz pianists.
Beyonce's nominations come mostly from her song "Black Parade," which celebrated Black culture and activism and was released during a summer of nationwide protests over systemic racism and police killings of Black people in the United States.
Bonnie Pointer, a founding member of 70's R&B group The Pointer Sisters, died at the age of 69 from cardiac arrest.
Rogers, a three-time Grammy winner and a Country Music Hall of Famer, was best known for songs like "The Gambler" and his 1983 duet with Dolly Parton "Islands in the Stream".
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