Beyonce, nine Grammy nominations…88th career nomination record
U.S. pop diva Beyonce was nominated for nine categories at the 65th Grammy Awards on the 15th (local time), setting a record for the most nominations ever.
Beyonce was nominated for “Album of the Year,” “Record of the Year” and “Song of the Year” among the four Grammy main awards with her album “Renaissance” and her album “Break My Soul.”
He was also nominated in categories such as “Best Dance-Electronic Music Album,” “Best Dance-Electronic Recording,” “Best R&B Song” and “R&B Performance,” and was selected as candidates in nine categories.
As a result, Beyonce has been nominated 88 times for the Grammy Awards, setting a record for the most nominations ever.
Jay-Z, Beyonce’s husband and rapper, has also been named in five categories, making her the most nominated candidate with a record comparable to Beyonce.
In addition, Beyonce will also win the most awards ever if she takes four more trophies at the awards ceremony.
Beyoncé has won 28 awards so far and four more will surpass the 31st record set by Hungarian-born British conductor Georg Solti in 1997.
With Beyonce’s record march drawing attention from the pop world, Kendrick Lamar was nominated in eight categories at the 65th Grammy Awards, and Adele and Brandy Carlyle were nominated seven times each.
Beyonce, Ava, Adele, Bad Bunny, Mary J. Blige, Brandy Carlyle, Coldplay, Kendrick Lamar, Rizzo and Harry Styles will compete for the album of the year.
The group BTS (BTS) was named in two categories: “Best Pop Duo Group Performance” and “Best Music Video.”
The 65th awards ceremony will be held at Crypto Dotcom Arena (formerly Staples Center) in Los Angeles on February 5 next year, and will be broadcast live on CBS in the U.S.