Meet the 2024 Grammy nominees

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Lana Del Rey, Arctic Monkeys, and Paramore among the nominees.

The Grammy 2024 already have a date and nominees, from King’s wool until boygenius, the main categories are full of your favorites and a few surprises. Find the details here.

You may or may not like the Academy Awards, but this year they filled the categories with great projects and artists. For Best Rock Album, they compete Foo Fighters, Greta Van Fleet, Metallica, Paramore and Queens Of The Stone Age. In the category of Best Alternative Music Performance they were nominated Alvvays (“Belinda Says”), Arctic Monkeys (“Body Paint”), boygenius (“Cool About It”), Paramore (“This Is Why”) and King’s wool (“A&W”).

Seeking the award for Best Alternative Music Album are Arctic Monkeys, boygenius, Gorillaz, PJ Harvey and King’s wool with Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvdwhich is also nominated for Album of the Year and Song of the Year with “A&W.”

This category also includes The Record of boygenius and Midnights of Taylor Swift. Among the most nominated artists are SZA, Olivia Rodrigo, Miley Cyrus and the soundtrack of the movie Barbiewho participates with “I’m Just Ken”, “What Was I Made For?”, “Barbie World” and “Dance The Night Away”.

You can now find the list of all the nominees, the Grammy 2024 will be presented on Sunday, February 4.

Complete list of nominees


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