Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar are the most nominated of the 2023 GRAMMYs

Today the names of the nominees for the GRAMMYs 2023, which will be held on February 5 in Los Angeles. This year, we remember that the rules have undergone modifications. Five new categories have been added (Composer of the Year, Non-Classical; Best Alternative Music Performance; Best American Music Performance; Best Soundtrack for a Video Game or Other Interactive Media; and Best Album of Recited Poetry) and an award has been created that will recognize the best song written for social change. In this award, the number of proposals presentable has been limited to five.

Beyonce is the winner of this round of nominations, having become the artist with the most nominations in the history of the GRAMMYs. Likewise, she is the artist with the most nominations this year, adding 9 possible awards. In addition, to become the most awarded artist of the GRAMMYs, it would simply be enough for her to win 4 of the 9 nominations. Of course, the artist still has not won Album of the Year.

kendrick lamar stands as the most nominated male artist, with 8 mentions. On the other hand, ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ has become the first record in Spanish in history to get a nomination for Album of the Year. Rosalía, for her part, has to settle for a couple of nominations: best Latin alternative album for ‘MOTOMAMI’ and best musical film for her launch concert on TikTok.

There were those who expected to see ‘MOTOMAMI’ nominated for Album of the Year, but it would have been quite Martian given its limited commercial run on the Billboard 200.

producer of the year
Jack Antonoff
Boi-1da
Dan Auerbach
Dahi
Dernst “D’mile” Emile II

Best Pop Solo Performance
Easy On Me – Adele
Moscow Mule – Bad Bunny
Woman – Doja Cat
Bad Habit Steve Lacy
As it was – Harry Styles
About Damn Time – Lizzo

Best Pop Group/Duo
Bam Bam – Camila Cabello, Ed Sheeran
My Universe – BTS, Coldplay
Don’t Shut Me Down – ABBA
I Like You – Post Malone, Doja Cat
Unholy – Sam Smith, Kim Petras

Best Vocal Pop Record
Voyage – ABBA
30 – Adele
Music of the spheres – Coldplay
Special – Lizzo
Harry’s House – Harry Styles

best rap song
Pushing P – Gunna ft. Future and Young Thug
God Did – DJ Khaled ft. Jay-Z, Fridayy, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and John Legend
Wait For U – Future ft. Drake and Themes
The Heart Part 5 – Kendrick Lamar
Churchill Downs – Jack Harlow ft. Drake

best rap performance
God Did – DJ Khaled ft. Jay-Z, Fridayy, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and John Legend
Vegas – Doja Cat
Pushing P – Gunna ft. Future and Young Thug
FNF (Let’s Go) – Hitkidd & GloRilla
The Heart Part 5 – Kendrick Lamar

best rap album
GOD DID – DJ Khaled
I Never Liked You – Future
Come home the kids miss you – Jack Harlow
Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers – Kendrick Lamar
It’s Almost Dry – Pusha T

best rock song
Black Summer – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Blackout–Turnstile
Broken Horses – Brandi Carlile
Harmonia’s Dream – The War On Drugs
Patient Number 9 – Ozzy Osbourne & Jeff Beck

Best R&B Record
Breezy – Chris Brown
Candydrip – Lucky Daye
Good Morning Gorgeous – Mary J. Blige
Black Radio III – Robert Glasper
Watch The Sun – PJ Morton

Best R&B Performance
Virgo’s Groove – Beyoncé
Here With Me – Mary J. Blige & Anderson .Paak
Hrs & Hrs – Muni Long
Over – Lucky Daye
Hurt Me So Good – Jazmine Sullivan

Best R&B Song
CUFF IT – Beyoncé
Good Morning Gorgeous – Mary J. Blige
Hrs & Hrs – Muni Long
Hurt Me So Good – Jazmine Sullivan
Please Don’t Walk Away – PJ Morton

Best Latin Pop Album
Salesman – Fonseca
Dharma+ – Sebastian Yatra
From the inside out – Camilo
Pasieros – Ruben Blades & Boca Livre
Aguilera – Christina Aguilera

Best Latin urban music album
Trap Cake Vol.2 – Rauw Alejandro
A summer without you – Bad Bunny
Legendaddy – Daddy Yankee
The 167 – Farruko
The Love & Sex Tap – Maluma

Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album
Allegory – Gaby Moreno
The food – Cimafunk
Ink and Time – Jorge Drexler
1940 – Mon Laferte
Motomami – Rosalia
The wild years – Fito Páez

Best Latin Tropical Album
I’m going there – Marc Anthony
I want to see you happy – La Santa Cecilia
Cumbiana II – Carlos Vives
Latino Images – Spanish Harlem Orchestra
Legendary – Tito Nieves
Side A, Side B – Victor Manuelle

Best Song Written for Visual Media
Be Alive – King Richard
Carolina – The Crawdads Sing
Hold my hand – Top Gun: Maverick
Keep Rising – The Woman King
Nobody Like U – Turning Red
We don’t talk about Bruno – Charm

best video
As It Was – Harry Styles
The Heart Part 5 – Kendrick Lamar
Woman – Doja Cat
Yet To Come – BTS
Easy On Me – Adele
All Too Well: The Short Film

best new artist
Anitta
Omar Apollo
Domi & JD Beck
munilong
Samara Joy
latto
Maneskin
Tobe Nwigwe
Molly Tuttle
wet leg

Record of the year
As It Was – Harry Styles
Easy On Me – Adele
Don’t Shut Me Down – ABBA
Break My Soul – Beyonce
Good Morning Gorgeous – Mary J. Blige
You And Me On The Rock – Brandi Carlile
Woman – Doja Cat
About Damn Time – Lizzo
Bad Habit – Steve Lacy
The Heart Part 5 – Kendrick Lamar

song of the year
ABCDEFU – Gayle
About Damn Time – Lizzo
All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version) – Taylor Swift
As It Was – Harry Styles
Bad Habit – Steve Lacy
Break My Soul – Beyonce
Easy On Me – Adele
God Did – DJ Khaled ft. Jay-Z, Fridayy, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and John Legend
The Heart Part 5 – Kendrick Lamar
Just Like That – Bonnie R.

Album of the year
RENAISSANCE – Beyoncé
A Summer Without You – Bad Bunny
Voyage – ABBA
30 – Adele
Good Morning Gorgeous – Mary J. Blige
Music of the Spheres – Coldplay
In These Silent Days – Brandi Carlile
Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers – Kendrick Lamar
Special – Lizzo
Harry’s House – Harry Styles

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Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar are the most nominated of the 2023 GRAMMYs