These are the nominees for the 2024 Grammy Awards: the complete list

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Now, yes: We already know the protagonists of the 2024 Grammy Awards. And this Friday, November 10, the names of the nominees for the famous awards celebrated by the United States National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences have been announced. Of course, we will have to wait until February 4, 2024 to find out the winners. The event will be held one more year at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. This is the 21st time they have been held in this place.

This year the Academy has decided to reduce the nominees in the main categories – Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year – from ten to eight. But who have been the nominees of this new edition?

The most nominated artists

This year the stars of the Grammys are them. Female voices stand out in almost all major categories. In fact, in song of the year we only find one song performed by a man, Butterfly by Jon Batiste. Lana Del Rey, Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, Miley Cyrus, SZA, Olivia Rodrigo and Billie Eilish will fight to get the famous golden gramophone. In fact, these seven artists are the ones that are repeated the most in the categories. Taylor Swift, SZA and Olivia Rodrigo being the most nominated thanks to their albums Midnights, S.O.S. and GUTS.

With the 66th Edition of the Grammys, Taylor Swift breaks new records. She becomes the most nominated artist in history in the best song of the year category thanks to Anti-Hero. She also ties Barbra Streissand as the artist with the most nominations for Best Album at the awards. Both stars have six nominated albums in their careers. The strong thing about this matter is that if Taylor wins this award again she will be the first person to win this category four times.

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We have to highlight the soundtrack of Barbie. The famous film has received several nominations (even in the main categories) thanks to What Was I Made For by Billie Eilish and Dance The Night by Dua Lipa.

Nominated Spaniards

And this year we are in luck! And we could bring a Grammy to Spain. Pablo Alborán has been nominated for Best Latin Album for The Fourth Leaf. It will be difficult for him because he competes with such heavyweights as Pedro Capó or Maluma. But I hope the man from Malaga takes it!

Complete list of nominees for the 2024 Grammys

Best Song of the Year
  • A&W — Lana Del Rey
  • Anti-Hero — Taylor Swift
  • Butterfly — Jon Batiste & Dan Wilson
  • Dance The Night – Dua Lipa
  • Flowers — Miley Cyrus
  • Kill Bill — SZA
  • vampire — Olivia Rodrigo
  • What Was I Made For? — Billie Eilish
Best Recording of the Year
  • Worship – Jon Batiste
  • Not Strong Enough – Boygenius
  • Flowers – Miley Cyrus
  • What Was I Made For? – Billie Eilish
  • On My Mama – Victoria Monét
  • Vampire – Olivia Rodrigo
  • Anti-Hero – Taylor Swift
  • Kill Bill – SZA
Best Album of the Year
  • Midnights – Taylor Swift
  • SOS – SZA
  • World Music Radio – Jon Batiste
  • The record – Boygenius
  • ENDLESS SUMMER VACATION – Miley Cyrus
  • Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd – Lana Del Rey
  • The Age Of Pleasure – Janelle Monáe
  • GUTS – Olivia Rodrigo
Best New Artist
  • Grace Abrams
  • Fred again..
  • Ice Spice
  • Jelly Roll
  • Coco Jones
  • Noah Kahan
  • Victoria Monet
  • The War and Treaty
Best Pop Solo Song
  • Flowers — Miley Cyrus
  • Paint The Town Red — Doja Cat
  • What Was I Made For — Billie Eilish
  • Vampire — Olivia Rodrigo
  • Anti-Hero — Taylor Swift
Best Pop Duo/Group Song
  • Thousand Miles — Miley Cyrus feat. Brandi Carlile
  • Candy Necklace — Lana Del Rey feat. Jon Batistes
  • Never Felt So Alone — Labrinth feat. Billie Eilish
  • Karma — Taylor Swift feat. Ice Spice
  • Ghost In The Machine — SZA feat. Phoebe Bridgers
Best Pop Dance Recording
  • Padam Padam — Kylie Minogue
  • One In A Million — Bebe Rexha, David Guetta
  • Rush—Troye Sivan
  • Baby Don’t Hurt Me — David Guetta, Anne Marie & Coi Leray
  • Miracle — Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding
Best Pop Vocal Album
  • Chemistry,” Kelly Clarkson
  • “Endless Summer Vacation,” Miley Cyrus
  • “Guts,” Olivia Rodrigo
  • “-” (Subtract), Ed Sheeran
  • “Midnights,” Taylor Swift
Best Dance/Electronic Recording
  • “Blackbox Life Recorder 21F,” Aphex Twin
  • “Loading,” James Blake
  • “Higher Than Ever Before,” Disclosure
  • “Strong,” Romy & Fred again..
  • “Rumble,” Skrillex, Fred again.. and Flowdan
Best Dance/Electronic Album
  • “Playing Robots Into Heaven,” James Blake
  • “For That Beautiful Feeling,” the Chemical Brothers
  • “Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022),” Fred again..
  • “Kx5,” Kx5
  • “Quest for Fire,” Skrillex
Best Rap Song
  • “Attention,” Rogét Chahayed, Amala Zandile Dlamini and Ari Starace, songwriters (Doja Cat)
  • “Barbie World” from “Barbie the Album,” Isis Naija Gaston, Ephrem Louis Lopez Jr. and Onika Maraj, songwriters (Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice featuring Aqua)
  • “Just Wanna Rock,” Mohamad Camara, Symere Woods and Javier Mercado, songwriters (Lil Uzi Vert)
  • “Rich Flex,” Brytavious Chambers, Isaac “Zac” De Boni, Aubrey Graham, J. Gwin, Anderson Hernandez, Michael “Finatik” Mule and Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, songwriters (Drake & 21 Savage)
  • “Scientists & Engineers,” Andre Benjamin, Paul Beauregard, James Blake, Michael Render, Tim Moore and Dion Wilson, songwriters (Killer Mike featuring André 3000, Future and Eryn Allen Kane)
Best Rap Performance
  • “The Hillbillies,” Baby Keem featuring Kendrick Lamar
  • “Love Letter,” Black Thought
  • “Rich Flex,” Drake & 21 Savage
  • “Scientists & Engineers,” Killer Mike featuring André 3000, Future and Eryn Allen Kane
  • “Players,” Coi Leray
Best Melodic Rap Song
  • Attention – Doja Cat
  • Low – SZA
  • Spin Bout U – Drake & 21 Savage
  • All My Life – Lil Durk & J. Cole
  • Sittin’ On Top Of The World – Burna Boy & 21 Savage
Best Latin Album
  • “The Fourth Leaf,” Pablo Alborán
  • “Beautiful Humans, Vol. 1,” AleMor
  • “Blindly,” Paula Arenas
  • “La Neta,” Pedro Capó
  • “Don Juan,” Maluma
  • “X Me (Vol. 1),” Gaby Moreno
Best Urban Music Album
  • “Saturn,” Rauw Alejandro
  • “Tomorrow will be beautiful,” Karol G
  • “Data,” Tainy
Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album
  • “Martinez,” Cabra
  • “Tiger’s Milk,” Electric Diamond
  • “Everyday Life,” Juanes
  • “Of All Flowers,” Natalia Lafourcade
  • “EADDA9223,” Fito Paez
Best Composition for Audiovisual Media
  • Barbie World
  • Dance The Night
  • I’m Just Ken
  • Lift Me Up
  • What Was I Made For
Best Soundtrack for an Audiovisual Medium
  • “Barbie,” Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt, composers
  • “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” Ludwig Göransson, composer
  • “The Fabelmans,” John Williams, composer
  • “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” John Williams, composer
  • “Oppenheimer,” Ludwig Göransson, composer
Best R&B Album
  • Girls Night Out – Babyface
  • What I Didn’t Tell You (Deluxe) – Coco Jones
  • Special Occasion – Emily King
  • Jaguar II – Victoria Monét
  • Clear 2: Soft Life EP – Summer Walker
Best R&B Performance
  • “Summer Too Hot,” Chris Brown
  • “Back to Love,” Robert Glasper featuring SiR and Alex Isley
  • “ICU,” Coco Jones
  • “How Does It Make You Feel,” Victoria Monét
  • “Kill Bill,” SZA
Best R&B Song
  • “Angel,” Halle Bailey, Theron Feemster and Coleridge Tillman, songwriters (Halle)
  • “Back to Love,” Darryl Andrew Farris, Robert Glasper and Alexandra Isley, songwriters (Robert Glasper Featuring SiR and Alex Isley)
  • “ICU,” Darhyl Camper Jr., Courtney Jones, Raymond Komba and Roy Keisha Rockette, songwriters (Coco Jones)
  • ”On My Mama,” Dernst Emile II, Jeff Gitelman, Victoria Monét, Kyla Moscovich, Jamil Pierre and Charles Williams, songwriters (Victoria Monét)
  • “Snooze,” Kenny B. Edmonds, Blair Ferguson, Khris Riddick-Tynes, Solána Rowe and Leon Thomas, songwriters (SZA)
Best Rock Performance
  • “Sculptures of Anything Goes,” Arctic Monkeys
  • «More Than a Love Song,” Black Pumas
  • “Not Strong Enough,” boygenius
  • “Rescued,” Foo Fighters
  • “Lux Æterna,” Metallica
Best Rock Song
  • Angry,” Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Andrew Watt, songwriters (the Rolling Stones)
  • “Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl,” Daniel Nigro and Olivia Rodrigo, songwriters (Olivia Rodrigo)
  • “Emotion Sickness,” Dean Fertita, Joshua Homme, Michael Shuman, Jon Theodore and Troy Van Leeuwen, songwriters (Queens of the Stone Age)
  • “Not Strong Enough,” Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus, songwriters (boygenius)
  • “Rescued,” Dave Grohl, Rami Jaffee, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett and Pat Smear, songwriters (Foo Fighters)
Best Rock Album
  • “But Here We Are,” Foo Fighters
  • “Starcatcher,” Greta Van Fleet
  • “72 Seasons,” Metallica
  • “This Is Why,” Paramore
  • “In Times New Roman…,” Queens of the Stone Age
Best Alternative Album
  • “The Car,” Arctic Monkeys
  • “The Record,” boygenius
  • “Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd,” Lana Del Rey
  • “Cracker Island,” Gorillaz
  • “I Inside the Old Year Dying,” PJ Harvey
Best alternative song
  • “Belinda Says,” Alvvays
  • “Body Paint,” Arctic Monkeys
  • “Cool About It,” boygenius
  • “A&W,” Lana Del Rey
  • “This Is Why,” Paramore
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