On Tuesday, the Recording Academy announced nominations for the Grammy Awards 2021. The nomination was announced at a live broadcast event, with past winners such as Dua Lipa, Imogen Heap, and Nicola Benedetti in attendance with Gayle King and Sharon Osbourne.
Beyoncé became the most nominated artist. Although she did not release a new album this year, she received nine nominations, followed by Dua Lipa, Roddy Ricch, and Taylor. Taylor Swift, six items per person. (As always, there are many notable surprises and neglect.)
The golden gramophone will be distributed at the GRAMMYs ceremony hosted by Trevor Noah, which will be held on January 31, 2021 (Sunday)-“Regardless of rain or shine, with or without COVID-19 Vaccines”-and broadcast live on CBS and CBS All Access.
This one-hour live event will be broadcast on Grammy.com and the social media platform of the Recording Academy. CBS All Access and Pluto TV will also broadcast the announcement.
Other artists participating in this year’s awards ceremony include Christian music singer Lauren Daigle, country music singer and composer Mickey Guyton, Nigerian African black pop singer Yemi Alade, classical violinist Nicola Benedetti, and Mexican singer-songwriter, Pepe Aguilar. Gail King of “CBS This Morning” and Sharon Osborne, host of “The Talk”, will also attend the event.
The announcement will include nominees for multiple major categories, including the four major Grammy record companies like
- Best New Artist
- Album of the Year
- Record of the Year
- Song of the Year
This year, female artists may account for a large portion of the nominations, including
- Megan Thee Stallion
- Beyoncé’s “Barbarians”
- Taylor Swift’s “Folklore”
- Dua Lipa for her top spot is “Future Nostalgia”
Other artists who may be nominated include The Weekend (After getting off work), Lady Gaga (Chromatica), and Doja Cat (Hot Pink).
The format of the show has not yet been announced, but the awards ceremony was intended to hold a live broadcast event at the Staples Center. The number of people is limited. In the United States, due to the surge in coronavirus cases, the possibility of audiences is getting smaller; the show will consider adding virtual elements and live performances in various places.
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