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The nominations for the 2024 Grammy Awards are here: SZA leads the pack with 9 nominations. Phoebe Bridgers, whose seven nods include a clutch for Boygenius, follows close behind, alongside Victoria Monét and producer Serban Ghenea. Check out all the categories—including Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best New Artist—below. The ceremony takes place on Sunday, February 4, 2024, at Los Angeles’ Crypto.com Arena, and will broadcast on CBS and Paramount+. The annual Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony precedes the event.

Prior to the 2024 show, the Recording Academy winnowed the Big Four categories from 10 back down to eight nominees, and three new categories were added this year: Best Alternative Jazz Album, Best Pop Dance Recording, and Best African Music Performance.

Last year’s Big Four winners were Bonnie Raitt (Song of the Year), Lizzo (Record of the Year), Samara Joy (Best New Artist), and Harry Styles (Album of the Year). While she didn’t win in the major categories, Beyoncé made history by setting the record for the most Grammy wins of all time. The night also included wins for Adele, Kendrick Lamar, Bad Bunny, Rosalía, and Steve Lacy.

In the initial stages of Grammy voting this year, it was revealed that Drake’s album with 21 Savage Her Loss was submitted for consideration. Drake previously withdrew his music after being nominated for Certified Lover Boy and has criticized the Grammys on multiple occasions.


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What I want to win:

Album Of The Year: Midnights
ROTY: Anti-Hero
Best New Artist: Noah Kahan
Producer Of The Year: Jack Antonoff
Songwriter Of The Year: Justin Tranter
Best Pop Solo Performance: Flowers
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: Karma
Best Pop Vocal Album: Subtract
Best Pop Dance Recording: Padam Padam
Best Rock Performance: Rescued
Best Metal Performance: 72 Seasons
Best Rock Song: Angry
Best Rock Album: But Here We Are
Best Alternative Music Performance: A&W
Best Alternative Music Album: DYKTTATUOB
Best Country Solo Performance: The Last Thing On My Mind (Dolly Parton)
Best Folk Album: Joni Mitchell at Newport
Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media: Barbie: The Album
Best Song Written For Visual Media: I'm Just Ken
Best Music Video: What Was I Made For?
Best Music Film: Moonage Daydream

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