Beyoncé Leads The 2021 Grammy Nominations — See The Full List Here

Beyoncé Leads The 2021 Grammy Nominations — See The Full List Here

Grammy season is here– and Beyoncé is currently leading the pack.

The artist gathered a total of nine nods as the 2021 Grammy nominees were revealed on Tuesday (November 24), making her the most-nominated artist this year. Dua Lipa, Taylor Swift, and Roddy Ricch follow behind Bey with 6 elections each.

Swift and Lipa are up for Album of the Year, along with Jhené Aiko, Black Pumas, Coldplay, Jacob Collier, Haim, and Post Malone. Megan Thee Stallion, who saw her star enormously increase in 2020, likewise acquired a handful, consisting of in the Record of the Year and Best Rap Tune categories. She’s also up for Best Brand-new Artist together with Doja Cat, Noah Cyrus, Phoebe Bridgers, D Smoke, and more.

Harry Styles, meanwhile, snatched his first-ever Grammy noms in the Best Music Video, Best Pop Solo Efficiency, and Best Pop Singing Album categories.

Notably, the Recording Academy– frequently criticized for its absence of variety and inclusivity, and still reeling a bit from previous chairman Neil Portnow’s 2018 comment that females required to “ step up“– celebrated 5 females acts in the Best Rock Performance category, including Fiona Apple, Big Burglar, Phoebe Bridgers, Haim, Brittany Howard, and Grace Potter.

The 2021 show likely will not look like last year’s broadcast, which featured performances that literally burnt up the phase, a star-studded flight down “ Old Town Roadway,” and a gala of glittering red carpet dress.

This will also be the first Grammys ceremony given that the Recording Academy dropped the word “city” from some of its classifications in June, following Tyler, the Developer’s remarks at last year’s show (” I do not like that urban word.

The broadcast will be hosted by The Daily Program‘s Trevor Noah, who takes over from Alice Keys, who hosted the 2019 and 2020 events.

The 2021 Grammys will air Sunday, January 21, 2021, on CBS. Discover the candidates below.

Record of the Year

Beyoncé: “Black Parade”

Black Pumas: “Colors”

DaBaby ft. Roddy Ricch: “Rockstar”

Doja Feline: “Say So”

Billie Eilish: “Whatever I Wanted”

Dua Lipa: “Do Not Start Now”

Post Malone: “Circles”

Megan Thee Stallion ft. Beyoncé: “Savage”

Album of the Year

Jhené Aiko: Chilombo

Black Pumas: Black Pumas (Deluxe Edition)

Coldplay: Everyday Life

Jacob Collier: Djesse Vol.3

HAIM: Females in Music Pt. III

Dua Lipa: Future Fond Memories

Post Malone: Hollywood’s Bleeding

Taylor Swift: Folklore

Tune of the Year

Beyoncé: “Black Parade”

Roddy Ricch: “Package”

Taylor Swift: “Cardigan”

Post Malone: “Circles”

Dua Lipa: “Don’t Start Now”

Billie Eilish: “Whatever I Wanted”

H.E.R.: “I Can’t Breathe”

JP Saxe ft. Julia Michaels: “If the World Was Ending”

Best Brand-new Artist

Ingrid Andress

Phoebe Bridgers


Noah Cyrus

D Smoke

Doja Cat


Megan Thee Stallion

Best Pop Solo Efficiency

Justin Bieber: “Yummy”

Doja Cat: “Say So”

Billie Eilish: “Everything I Desired”

Dua Lipa: “Don’t Start Now”

Harry Styles: “Watermelon Sugar”

Taylor Swift: “Cardigan”

Best Pop Duo/Group Efficiency

J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny, Tainy: “Un Día (One Day)”

Justin Bieber ft. Quavo: “Intentions”

BTS: “Dynamite”

Girl Gaga, Ariana Grande: “Rain on Me”

Taylor Swift ft. Bon Iver: “Exile”

Finest Pop Singing Album

Justin Bieber: Changes

Girl Gaga: Chromatic

Dua Lipa: Future Nostalgia

Harry Styles: Fine Line

Taylor Swift: Folklore

Best R&B Performance

Jhené Aiko ft. John Legend: “Lightning and Thunder”

Beyoncé: “Black Parade”

Jacob Collier: “All I Need”

Brittany Howard: “Goat Head”

Emily King: “See Me”

Finest R&B Song

Robert Glasper Featuring H.E.R. & Meshell Ndegeocello: “Better Than I Think Of”

Beyoncé: “Black Parade”

Tiana Major9 & EARTHGANG: “Collide”

Chloe x Halle: “Do It”

Skip Marley & H.E.R.: “Decrease”

Finest Progressive R&B Album

Jhené Aiko: Chilombo

Chloe x Halle: Ungodly Hour

The Free Nationals: Free Nationals

Robert Glasper: Fuck Yo Sensations

Thundercat: It Is What It Is

Best Rap Performance

Huge Sean: “Deep Reverence”

DaBaby: “Bop”

Jack Harlow: “What’s Poppin”

Lil Baby: “The Larger Picture”

Megan Thee Stallion ft. Beyoncé: “Savage”

Pop Smoke: “Dior”

Finest Melodic Rap Performance

DaBaby ft. Roddy Ricch: “Rockstar”

Drake ft. Lil Durk: “Laugh Now Cry Later”

Anderson.Paak: “Lockdown”

Roddy Ricch: “Package”

Travis Scott: “Highest in the Space”

Finest Rap Song

Lil Infant: “The Bigger Photo”

Roddy Ricch: “The Box”

Drake ft. Lil Durk: “Laugh Now Cry Later On”

DaBaby ft. Roddy Ricch: “Rockstar”

Megan Thee Stallion ft. Beyoncé: “Savage”

Finest Rap Album

D Smoke: Black Habits

Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist: Alfredo

Jay Electronica: A Written Testament

Nas: King’s Illness

Royce da 5′ 9″: The Allegory

Best Alternative Music Album

Fiona Apple: Fetch the Bolt Cutters

Beck: Hyperspace

Phoebe Bridgers: Punisher

Brittany Howard: Jaime

Tame Impala: The Slow Rush

Best Latin Pop or Urban Album


Camilo: Por Primera Vez

Kany García: Mesa Para Dos

Ricky Martin: Pausa

Debi Nova: 3: 33

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical

Jack Antonoff

Dan Auerbach

Dave Cobb

Flying Lotus

Andrew Watt

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