Beyoncé is the top nominee for the 65th annual Grammy Awards, with all but one of her nine nods coming for her dance-heavy album “Renaissance.”
She leads a pack that includes Kendrick Lamar, with eight nominations, Adele and Brandi Carlile, with seven apiece, and Harry Styles, Mary J. Blige, Future, DJ Khaled and the producer and songwriter The-Dream, with six each.
If Beyoncé wins in three categories, she’ll tie for most wins in the awards’ history, four victories will give her the record alone.
Beyoncé has already won two prizes: Best dance recording for the song Break My Soul, and traditional R&B performance for Plastic Off The Sofa.
Viola Davis has won her first Grammy for Best audio book, narration and storytelling recording in Finding Me, while, Best song written for visual media goes to We Don't Talk About Bruno (from Encanto) - Lin Manuel Miranda.
Best music video went to Taylor Swift for All Too Well, while Michael Buble picked up a win for Best traditional pop vocal album for Higher, and Best country solo performance won by Willie Nelson for Live Forever.
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