The 2023 Grammy Award nominees have been revealed! The list of Grammy nominations includes some of the biggest names in the music business. Queen Bey has surpassed her husband Jay-Z to become the musician with the most Grammy nominations in history with the release of her brand-new album Renaissance.
We are aware that you are all curious as to how many nominations the Break Your Soulsinger has earned. So why are you still waiting? To find out the categories Beyonc has been nominated in, keep reading.
Beyonc surpasses her husband Jay-Z to become the most-nominated artist in Grammys history
The artist with the most Grammy nominations in Grammy history is Beyonc. The Run The World singer was the most nominated musical act in the history of the awards event on Tuesday, November 15, 2022, surpassing her husband Jay-Z with a total of 9 nods.
Let us inform you that Beyonc already owns the record for the most Grammy awards in history with 28. Her husband Jay-Z now has three additional nominations, bringing his total to 86 nominations and 24 wins.
On the other hand, when it comes to Beyonc, she had received 79 nominations prior to the 2023 Grammy Awards nominee announcement. She has recently received nominations in nine categories. She is currently the artist with the most Grammy nominations ever with 88 overall nominations.
Let us tell you that Beyoncé is one of the most renowned women in Grammy’s history. She currently has 28 victories.
By winning four more prizes the following year, she will surpass the record set by the late British-Hungarian conductor Georg Solti for the most victories. Georg Solti holds the record of 31 Grammys, and she has done so continuously since 1997.
Beyonc led the list of nominees for Grammys 2023
Beyonc has received nominations for the Grammys in a total of nine categories, including album of the year, best dance/electronic music album, song of the year, and record for her smash hit single, “Break My Soul.”
She also received a nomination for best dance/electronic recording for her song Break My Soul. For her work on “Virgo’s Groove,” Beyoncé was nominated for best R&B performance.
Beyonc received nominations for both the best R&B song (Cuff It Up) and the best traditional R&B performance (Plastic Off the Sofa). Last but not least, her song “Be Alive” received a nomination for “a best song written for visual media” (forming Richard).
With a total of eight nominations, Kendrick Lamar placed second. Brandi Cardi and Adele each received seven nominations. There were six nominations apiece for Harry Styles, Mary J. Blige, Future, DJ Khaled, The Dream, and mastering engineer Randy Merrill.
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