63 Grammy Awards: Artists With Most Nominations


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Published on December third, 2020

The 63 Grammy Awards shall be aired on January 31. Find out the artists with probably the most 2021 Grammy nominations.

1. Justin Bieber

4 – Best Pop Solo Performance (“Yummy”), Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Intentions” with Quavo), Best Pop Vocal Album (“Changes”), Best Country Duo/Group Performance (“10,000 Hours” with Dan + Shay)

2. Beyonce

9 – Record of the Year (“Black Parade”), Record of the Year (Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage”), Song of the Year (“Black Parade”), Song of the Year (“Black Parade”), Best R&B Performance (“Black Parade”), Best R&B Song (“Black Parade”), Best Rap Performance (Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage”), Best Rap Song (Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage”), Best Music Video (“Brown Skin Girl”), Best Music Film (“Black Is King”)

3. Taylor Swift

6 – Album of the Year (“Folklore”), Song of the Year (“Cardigan”), Best Pop Solo Performance (“Cardigan”), Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Exile” with Bon Iver), Best Pop Vocal Album (“Folklore”), Best Song Written for Visual Media (“Beautiful Ghosts” with Andrew Lloyd Webber)

4. Roddy Ricch

6 – Record of the Year (DaBaby’s “Rockstar”), Song of the Year (“The Box”), Best Melodic Rap Performance (DaBaby’s “Rockstar”), Best Melodic Rap Performance (“The Box”), Best Rap Song (“The Box”), Best Rap Song (DaBaby’s “Rockstar”)

5. Dua Lipa

6 – Record of the Year (“Don’t Start Now”), Album of the Year (“Future Nostalgia”), Song of the Year (“Don’t Start Now”), Best Pop Solo Performance (“Don’t Start Now”), Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Una Dia (One Day)” with J Balvin, Bad Bunny & Tainy)

6. Brittany Howard

5 – Best Rock Performance (“Stay High”), Best Rock Song (“Stay High”), Best Alternative Music Album (“Jaime”), Best R&B Performance (“Goat Head”), Best American Roots Performance (“Short and Sweet”)

7. David Frost

4 – Producer of the Year, Classical; Best Engineered Album, Classical (“Gerswhin: Porgy and Bess”); Best Engineered Album, Classical (“Shostakovich: Symphony No. 13, ‘Babi Yar’”); Best Opera Recording (“Gerswhin: Porgy and Bess”)

8. Billie Eilish

4 – Record of the Year (“Everything I Wanted”), Song of the Year (“Everything I Wanted”), Best Pop Solo Performance (“Everything I Wanted”), Best Song Written for Visual Media (“No Time to Die”)

9. Megan Thee Stallion

4 – Record of the Year (“Savage” with Beyonce), Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance (“Savage” with Beyonce), Best Rap Song (“Savage” with Beyonce)

10. DaBaby

4 – Record of the Year (“Rockstar” with Roddy Ricch), Best Rap Performance (“Bop”), Best Melodic Rap Performance (“Rockstar” with Roddy Ricch), Best Rap Song (“Rockstar” with Roddy Ricch)

11. John Beasley

4 – Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album (“Monk’estra Plays John Beasley”); Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Capella (“Donna Lee”); Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals (“Asas Fechdas”)

12. Phoebe Bridgers

4 – Best New Artist, Best Rock Performance (“Kyoto”), Best Rock Song (“Kyoto”), Best Alternative Music Album (“Punisher”)

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