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    Beyonce is among the most nominated artists for the 2021 Grammy Awards with nine nominations to her name

    The 39-year-old singer has dominated the nominations for the upcoming awards ceremony, which will take place on January 31, after nominations were revealed on Tuesday (24.11.20)


    Beyonce’s nominations included two nods in the Record of the Year category, where her song ‘Black Parade’ will go head-to-head with ‘Savage’ by Megan Thee Stallion, which she featured on.

    The star is also on the shortlist in the Song of the Year category, as well as Best R&B Performance, Best R&B song, Best Music Video, and Best Music Film.

    She will also be included in two further nominations for ‘Savage’, which picked up nods for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song.

    Elsewhere, Taylor Swift scooped six nominations, with her latest album ‘Folklore’ nominated for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album, whilst its lead single ‘Cardigan’ picked up nods for Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.

    She also landed a nod in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category with her track ‘Exile’, which featured Bon Iver, whilst her final nomination came in the Best Song Written For Visual Media category, where she made the shortlist for the ‘Cats’ track ‘Beautiful Ghosts’.

    Meanwhile, K-Pop megastars BTS have made history yet again by being the first K-Pop group to be nominated for a major award, as their smash hit track ‘Dynamite’ landed them a Best Pop Duo/Group Performance nod.

    Other stars who scored multiple nominations include Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Post Malone, and Doja Cat.

    An abridged list of the 2021 Grammy Award nominees are as follows:

    Record of the Year

    ‘Black Parade’ - Beyonce

    ‘Colors’ - Black Pumas

    ‘Rockstar’ - DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch

    ‘Say So’ - Doja Cat

    ‘Everything I Wanted’ - Billie Eilish

    ‘Don’t Start Now’ - Dua Lipa

    ‘Circles’ - Post Malone

    ‘Savage’ - Megan Thee Stallion feat. Beyonce

    Song of the Year

    ‘Black Parade’ - Beyonce

    ‘The Box’ - Roddy Ricch

    ‘Cardigan’ - Taylor Swift

    ‘Circles’ - Post Malone

    ‘Don’t Start Now’ - Dua Lipa

    ‘Everything I Wanted’ - Billie Eilish

    ‘I Can’t Breathe’ - H.E.R.

    ‘If The World was Ending’ - JP Saxe feat. Julia Michaels

    Album of the Year

    ‘Chilombo’ - Jhene Aiko

    ‘Black Pumas (Deluxe Edition)’ - Black Pumas

    ‘Everyday Life’ - Coldplay

    ‘Djesse Vol.3’ - Jacob Collier

    ‘Women in Music Pt. III’ - HAIM

    ‘Future Nostalgia’ - Dua Lipa

    ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ - Post Malone

    ‘Folklore’ - Taylor Swift

    Best New Artist

    Ingrid Andress

    Phoebe Bridgers

    Chika

    Noah Cyrus

    D Smoke

    Doja Cat

    Kaytranada

    Megan Thee Stallion

    Best Music Video

    ‘Brown Skin Girl’ - Beyonce

    ‘Life is Good’ - Future feat. Drake

    ‘Lockdown’ - Anderson .Paak

    ‘Adore You’ - Harry Styles

    ‘Goliath’ - Woodkid

    Best Pop Solo Performance

    ‘Yummy’ - Justin Bieber

    ‘Say So’ - Doja Cat

    ‘Everything I Wanted’ - Billie Eilish

    ‘Don’t Start Now’ - Dua Lipa

    ‘Watermelon Sugar’ - Harry Styles

    ‘Cardigan’ - Taylor Swift

    Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

    ‘Una Dia’ - J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny & Tainy

    ‘Intentions’ - Justin Bieber feat. Quavo

    ‘Dynamite’ - BTS

    ‘Rain on Me’ - Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande

    ‘Exile’ - Taylor Swift feat. Bon Iver

    Best Pop Vocal Album

    ‘Changes’ - Justin Bieber

    ‘Chromatica’ - Lady Gaga

    ‘Future Nostalgia’ - Dua Lipa

    ‘Fine Line’ - Harry Styles

    ‘Folklore’ - Taylor Swift

    © 2021 Bang Showbiz, NZCity


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