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Beyoncé, Kendrick, GloRilla and more


The GRAMMY 2023 It’s less than three months away and the Recording Academy is preparing fans for what’s to come! The full list of nominations has been made, with Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar led the group and nominated for the first time to a few, including GloRilla.

According to the Recording Academy, about half of this year’s nominees are women and more than half are people of color. Harvey Mason Jr. CEO said this list made him “Feeling very proud” but have a sense of preservation “Work” they did.

“This year, I am pleased with the results and the work that voters have done,” said CEO Mason Jr. CBS. “We now have almost 13,000 voters. That’s really important work. I’m pleased to think that they took the time to listen to the music and rate it. I think you see through the kind of nominations that they’re not just for popular music or multi-streamed music. It’s just high quality music.”

Next year’s show will take place on Sunday, February 5, in Los Angeles at Crypto.com Arena. Keep scrolling to see which industry musical influences have earned a spot (or several) on the nominations list:

Beyoncé (9)

Yoncè is penultimate in the latest nominations, coming in at number nine and setting the record for the most nominated artist of all time with 88 nominations. The singer shares her new record with husband Jay-Z, who also has 88 nominations after adding five more to his list in this round.

Record of the year: Break my soul

Album of the Year: EASTER

Song of the year (for composing): Break my soul

Best Dance/Electronic Recording: Break my soul

Best Dance/Electronic Album: EASTER

Best R&B Performance: VIRGO’s HEART

Best Traditional R&B Performance: Plastic out of the sofa

Best R&B Song (for composing): handcuff it

Best song written for Visual Media (writing music for movies, television video games, etc.): Be alive (are from King Richard)

Kendrick Lamar (8)

Record of the year: tmy heart part 5

Album of the Year: Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers

Song of the year (for composing): Heart Part 5

Best Rap Performance: Heart Part 5

Best melodious Rap performance: die hard

Best Rap Song (for composing): Heart Part 5

Best Rap Album: Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers

Best music videos: Heart Part 5

Mary J. Blige (6)

Record of the year: good morning beautiful

Album of the Year: Good Morning Beautiful (Deluxe)

Best R&B Performance: Here With Me ft. Anderson.Paak

Best Traditional R&B Performance: good morning beautiful

Best R&B The song (for composing): good morning beautiful

Best R&B Album: good morning beautiful

Future (6)

Best Rap Performance: push P with Gunna ft. young thugs

Best melodious Rap performance x 2: Wait for me and also nominated as featured artist on DJ Khaled’s Beautifulalso features SZA

Best Rap Song (for composing) x 2: push P and Wait for me

Best Rap Album: I never liked you

Dreams (6)

Musician of the Year, Non-Classical: Nominated for 9 songs written, 6 of which are by Beyoncé EASTER

Record of the year: Nominated as part of by Beyoncé Break my soul

Album of the Year: Nominated to be a part of Beyoncé EASTER and Coldplay Music of the spheres

Song of the year (for composing): Break my soul by Beyoncé

Best Dance/Electronic Recording: Break my soul by Beyoncé

Best R&B Song (for composing): handcuff it by Beyoncé

The singer-songwriter and producer created a thread on Twitter explaining what the nominations mean to him–and it’s bigger than an award!

DJ Khaled (6)

Song of the Year: (for composing): God did

Best Rap Performance: God did

Best melodious Rap performance: Beautiful featured Future and SZA

Best Rap Song (for composing): God did

Best Rap Album: God did

Album of the Year: Nominated as featured artist on Mary J. Blige’s good morning beautiful

Doja Cat (5)

Record of the year: woman

Best Pop Solo Performance: woman

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: I Like You (A happier song) with Card Malone

Best Rap Performance: Vegas

Best music videos: woman

Lizzo (5)

Record of the year: Damn time

Album of the Year: Especially

Song of the year (for composing): Damn time

Best Pop Solo Performance: Damn time

Best Pop Vocal Album: Especially

Steve Lacy (4)

Record of the yearBad habit

Song of the year (for composing): Bad habit

Best Pop Solo Performance: Bad habit

Best Progressive R&B Album: Gemini Right

Muni Long (3)

Best New Artist

Best R&B Performance: Hours & Hours

Best R&B Song (for composing): Hours & Hours

Drake (3)

Best melodious Rap performance: Nominated as featured artist on Wait for me

Best Rap Song (for composing): Wait for me

Album of the Year: Nominated to be a part of Beyoncé EASTER

Lettuce (2)

Best New Artist

Best melodious Rap performance: great energy (Direct)

Latto has been reacting to her nominations on Twitter – letting fans know that the honor has made her squeal with joy!

“I’m crying a lot right now!!! Never give up on your dreams guys. It’s tough… but DON’T GIVE UP,” Latto tweeted. In a separate tweet, she wrote, “One thing about God!!”

GloRilla (1)

Best Rap Performance: FNF (Let’s go) with HitKidd

The rapper reacted to her first Grammy nomination with disdain for those who spoke ill of the track when it was first disqualified.

GloRilla tweeted on Tuesday: “The same song they mocked me and my friends about saying we’re ugly and dusty has just been nominated for a Grammy. “WHEN GOD IS WITH YOU, YOU CANNOT Fail.”

Summer Walker reacts to the Grammys’ rejection

Summer received a Grammy nomination in the Album of the Year category for her song on Kendrick Lamar’s . Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. However, despite the popularity and replay value of her music, the Recording Academy did not nominate the singer for her own music. She reacted to the news on her Instagram Story on Tuesday.

“& for the 2nd Grammy Awards, math really isn’t math…I posted some numbers but that’s okay, at least the street works for me,” Summer wrote. “You guys always prepare every show and support every time I appear, so thank you for the love I receive.”

Diana Ross earned a nomination for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album with Thank.

stamp received a nomination in the Album of the Year category for Beyoncé Renaissance and Best Melody Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for Wait for U.

Although there are reports that Nicki Minaj of Super Girl and Do we have a problem? named on the nomination ballot, Nicki did not appear on the final list of nominees at all.

Want the full list of nominees? Click here. Congratulations to ALL of the 2023 Grammy Award Nominees!


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