The 65th annual Grammy Awards, which will be held on February 5 at the Crypto.com center in Los Angeles, have Beyoncé as their top nominee.
The complete list of nominees is available on Grammy.com.
She and her husband Jay-Z currently share the title of an artist with the most Grammy nominations. If she wins three more awards, she would tie the classical conductor Georg Solti for the most Grammy triumphs.
The nine nominations for Beyoncé were dispersed among various distinct categories. The remaining nominations are for songs from Renaissance, which is up for album of the year, with one being for “Be Alive” from the movie King Richard in the category for Best Song Written For Visual Media. Three songs have been nominated for awards: “Break My Soul” for Song of the Year, “Virgo’s Groove” for Best R&B Performance, and “Plastic Off the Sofa” for Best Traditional R&B Performance.
Kendrick Lamar, Adele, and Brandi Carlile each have seven nominations, while Harry Styles, Mary J. Blige, Future, DJ Khaled, and the producer and songwriter The-Dream each have six. These artists are notable additional Grammy possibilities.
Samara Joy, a 22-year-old TikTok sensation, bluegrass singer Molly Tuttle, jazz duo Domi & JD Beck, rapper Latto, conceptual artist Tobe Nwigwe, R&B singer Omar Apollo, Brazilian singer Anitta, British indie rock band Wet Leg, Italian rock band Maneskin, and singer Muni Long, formerly known as Priscilla Renae, are among the nominees in the Best New Artist category.
New award categories for the 2023 Grammys include Best Spoken Word Poetry Album and Best Score Soundtrack for Video Games.