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2023 Grammy Nominations

2023 grammy nominations

Source: HipHopDX

The 2023 Grammy nominations have been announced. The Recording Academy unveiled the full list of nominees on Tuesday (November 15) ahead of the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, which take place at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California on February 5, 2023.

Beyoncé leads all artist with nine nominations, followed by Kendrick Lamar with eight. Adele trails with seven nods, while Future, Lizzo and Mary J. Blige each have six.

In the rap categories, Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, Pusha T’s It’s Almost Dry, Future’s I Never Liked You, DJ Khaled’s God Did and Jack Harlow’s Come Home the Kids Miss You will battle it out for Best Rap Album, while the award for Best Rap Song will be decided between Kendrick Lamar’s “The Heart Part 5,” Future’s “Wait For U,” Gunna’s “Pushin P,” DJ Khaled’s “God Did” and Jack Harlow’s “Churchill Downs.”

Breakout stars GloRilla and Latto both earn their first-ever Grammy nominations for Best Rap Performance (“F.N.F. (Let’s Go)”) and Best Melodic Rap Performance (“Big Energy (Live)”), respectively, while veterans JAY-Z, Lil Wayne and Rick Ross are also in the mix.

Beyoncé’s nine nominations pushes her career total to 88, making her the most nominated artist in Grammys history — tied with her husband JAY-Z, who adds another three nods to his name thanks to his show-stealing verse on DJ Khaled’s “God Did.” With just four wins, Queen Bey could become the most awarded artist in Grammys history.

Fans may notice several big names missing from this year’s nominees. Prior to the nominations being announced, Drake, The Weeknd and Silk Sonic (Anderson .Paak and Bruno Mars) all declined to submit their respective solo material for Grammys consideration.

Drizzy and Abel didn’t give a reason for their snubs, but the Canadian superstars have both been vocal critics of the Grammys in the past. Silk Sonic “respectfully” bowed out after previously stealing the spotlight at the 2022 Grammys, where “Leave the Door Open” won Record of the Year and Song of the Year.

“We truly put our all on this record, but Silk Sonic would like to gracefully, humbly and most importantly, sexually, bow out of submitting our album this year,” Bruno Mars said in a statement. “We hope we can celebrate with everyone on a great year of music and partake in the party. Thank you for letting Silk Sonic thrive.”

He added: “Andy and I, and everyone that worked on this project, won the moment the world responded to ‘Leave the Door Open.’ Everything else was just icing on the cake. We thank the Grammys for allowing us to perform on their platform — not once but twice — and awarding us at last year’s ceremony. We’d be crazy to ask for anything more.”

Check out the list of 2023 Grammy nominations below:

Best Rap Album

• DJ Khaled — God Did
• Future — I Never Liked You
• Jack Harlow — Come Home the Kids Miss You
• Kendrick Lamar — Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers
• Pusha T — It’s Almost Dry

Best Rap Song

• Jack Harlow f. Drake — “Churchill Downs”
• DJ Khaled f. JAY-Z, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, John Legend & Fridayy — “God Did”
• Kendrick Lamar — “The Heart Part 5”
• Gunna & Future f. Young Thug — “Pushin P”
• Future f. Drake & Tems — “Wait For U”

Best Rap Performance

• DJ Khaled f. JAY-Z, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, John Legend & Fridayy — “God Did”
• Doja Cat — “Vegas”
• Gunna & Future f. Young Thug — “Pushin P”
• GloRilla & Hitkidd — “F.N.F. (Let’s Go)”
• Kendrick Lamar — “The Heart Part 5”

Best Melodic Rap Performance

• DJ Khaled f. Futue & SZA — “Beautiful”
• Future f. Drake & Tems — “Wait For U”
• Jack Harlow — “First Class”
• Kendrick Lamar f. Blxst & Amanda Reifer — “Die Hard”
• Latto — “Big Energy (Live)”

Album of the Year

• ABBA — Voyage
• Adele — 30
• Bad Bunny — Un Verano Sin Ti
• Beyoncé — Renaissance
• Mary J. Blige — Good Morning Gorgeous
• Brandi Carlile — In These Silent Days
• Coldplay — Music of the Spheres
• Kendrick Lamar — Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers
• Lizzo — Special
• Harry Styles — Harry’s House

Record of the Year

• Harry Styles — “As It Was”
• Adele — “Easy On Me”
• ABBA — “Don’t Shut Me Down”
• Beyoncé — “Break My Soul”
• Mary J. Blige — “Good Morning Gorgeous”
• Brandi Carlile & Lucius — “You and Me on the Rock”
• Doja Cat — “Woman”
• Lizzo — “About Damn Time”
• Steve Lacy — “Bad Habit”
• Kendrick Lamar — “The Heart Part 5”

Song of the Year

• Harry Styles — “As It Was”
• Taylor Swift — “All Too Well (10 Minute Version)”
• Gayle — “abcedfu”
• Lizzo — “About Damn Time”
• Adele — “Easy On Me”
• Steve Lacy — “Bad Habit”
• Kendrick Lamar — “The Heart Part 5”
• DJ Khaled f. JAY-Z, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, John Legend & Fridayy — “God Did”
• Beyoncé — “Break My Soul”
• Bonnie Raitt — “Just Like That”

Best New Artist

• Anitta
• Omar Apollo
• DOMi & JD Beck
• Samara Joy
• Muni Long
• Latto
• Måneskin
• Tobe Nwigwe
• Molly Tuttle
• Wet Leg

More information & Full list:
https://hiphopdx.com/news/grammy-nominations-2023-full-list

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