Honouring a huge year in music, the 2023 GRAMMY Awards hosted by Trevor Noah will be broadcast live from Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles at 11.00 am Monday, February 6, on Channel 9 and 9Now with a special encore on 9Go! at 7.30 pm.
The nominees announced for the 65th GRAMMY Awards include Beyoncé, Adele, Harry Styles, Lizzo, ABBA, Doja Cat, Coldplay, Kendrick Lamar, Michael Bublé, Rüfüs Du Sol, Diplo, Mary J. Blige, Kim Petras, Sam Smith and more.
Joining the nominees will be the esteemed lineup of presenters which includes First LadyJill Biden, GRAMMY winner Cardi B, actor, producer, writer and host James Corden, current GRAMMY nominee Billy Crystal, and Viola Davis, actor Dwayne Johnson, three-time GRAMMY winner Olivia Rodrigo, and five-time GRAMMY winner Shania Twain.
Vying for the prestigious Record of the Year Award are: Don’t Shut Me Down (ABBA), Easy on Me (Adele), Break My Soul (Beyoncé), Good Morning Gorgeous (Mary J. Blige), You and Me On The Rock (Brandi Carlile Featuring Lucius), Woman (Doja Cat), Bad Habit (Steve Lacy), The Heart Part 5 (Kendrick Lamar), About Damn Time (Lizzo) and As It Was (Harry Styles).
In the running for Album of the Year are Voyage (ABBA), 30 (Adele), Un Verano Sin Ti (Bad Bunny), Renaissance (Beyoncé), Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe) (Mary J. Blige), In These Silent Days (Brandi Carlile), Music Of The Spheres (Coldplay), Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers (Kendrick Lamar), Special (Lizzo), and Harry’s House (Harry Styles).
As the most nominated artist at the 2023 GRAMMY Awards, and holding the title of the most Grammy nominated woman of all time with 28 wins to date, Beyoncé is up for Record Of The Year (Break My Soul), Album Of The Year (Renaissance), Song Of The Year (Break My Soul), Best Dance/Electronic Recording (Break My Soul), Best Dance/Electronic Music Album (Renaissance), Best R&B Performance (Virgo’s Groove), Best Traditional R&B Performance (Plastic off the Sofa), Best R&B Song (Cuff It) and Best Song Written For Visual Media (Be Alive).
Fifteen-time GRAMMY winner Adele ties with Beyoncé as the most GRAMMYS won by a female in a single night, with six wins each in 2010. This year Adele is nominated for Record of the Year (Easy on Me), Album Of The Year (30), Song Of The Year (Easy on Me), Best Pop Solo Performance (Easy on Me), Best Pop Vocal Album (30), Best Music Video (Easy on Me) and Best Music Film (Adele One Night Only).
GRAMMY winner Harry Styles is nominated for six awards this year: Record Of The Year (As It Was), Album Of The Year (Harry’s House), Song Of The Year (As It Was), Best Pop Solo Performance (As It Was), Best Pop Vocal Album (Harry’s House) and Best Music Video (As It Was).
Triple GRAMMY winner Lizzo is nominated for five awards: Record of the Year (About Damn Time), Album Of The Year (Special), Song Of The Year (About Damn Time), Best Pop Solo Performance (About Damn Time), and Best Pop Vocal Album (Special).
And first-time nominee Kim Petras and four-time GRAMMY winner Sam Smith are both nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (Unholy) with performances from both artists, as well as Harry Styles, Lizzo, Brandi Carlile, Bad Bunny, Luke Combs, Mary J. Blige and Steve Lacy.
The full list of performers and nominees will be updated here: https://www.grammy.com/