BTS and Bad Bunny Create History, Harry Styles Receives Major Nominations and More Firsts From The 2023 GRAMMY Nominations

BTS and Bad Bunny Create History, Harry Styles Receives Major Nominations and More Firsts From The 2023 GRAMMY Nominations. The 2023 GRAMMY nominations are now available, and those who were nominated are thrilled.

As will spotlight in January, a number of musicians are naturally enjoying their first GRAMMY nominations, but there are also a number of past GRAMMY nominees who have accomplished noteworthy firsts this year.

One is that Beyoncé receives two nominations in the Dance/Electronic Music Field, expanding her amazing list of GRAMMY nominations by two new categories. (She now has 88 nominations, which ties her with Jay-Z for the most nominations among artists in GRAMMY history.)

With their nominations, Bad Bunny and BTS also made history and elevated their stardom to a whole new level. Just a fraction of the firsts that resulted from the 2023 GRAMMY nominations is listed above. On February 5, 2023, make sure to watch the show. In the meantime, consider some of the ways that history might be made on the GRAMMYs stage.

BTS and Bad Bunny Create History
BTS and Bad Bunny Create History

See The Complete List Of Nominees Across All 91 GRAMMY Categories

Historic Nominations

After breaking records with his fourth album, Un Verano Sin Ti, Bad Bunny is creating history once more at the GRAMMYs. Un Verano Sin Ti is the first Latin Field album to be nominated for Album Of The Year. BTS was nominated for Best Music Video for “Yet To Come,” marking not only their first nomination in the category but also the first K-pop group to be nominated for Best Music Video.

First-Time Nominees

Beyoncé not only tied the all-time record for most GRAMMY nominations, but she also received her first nods in the Best Dance/Electronic Recording and Best Dance/Electronic Music Album categories (for “BREAK MY SOUL” and RENAISSANCE, respectively).

Along with Beyonce, two other R&B musicians, H.E.R. and Miguel, are celebrating their first nominations in the Dance Field. H.E.R. and KAYTRANADA for “Intimidated,” and Miguel and Diplo for “Don’t Forget My Love,” are both nominated for Best Dance/Electronic Recording.

They are far from alone in their joy at receiving nominations in new categories. Future received his first nominations in the Rap Field categories, Best Melodic Rap Song (for “BEAUTIFUL” with DJ Khaled & SZA and “WAIT FOR U” with Drake & Tems) and Best Rap Album (for I Never Liked You); and Brandi Carlile received her first nominations in two Rock Field categories, Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song (both for “Broken Horses”).

There are also other General Field nominees who have received new nominations. Harry Styles received his first Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year, and Album Of The Year nominations (for “As It Was” and Harry’s House, respectively); DJ Khaled received his first Song Of The Year nomination with “GOD DID”; and ABBA received their first Album Of The Year nomination with Voyage.

Furthermore, ABBA is a first-time contender in the Pop Field, with nominations for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album. Songwriter Of The Year, Non-Classical; Best Alternative Music Performance; Best Americana Performance; Best Score Soundtrack For Video Games And Other Interactive Media; and Best Spoken Word Poetry Album will be presented for the first time at the 2023 GRAMMYs, as announced in June.

A Special Merit Award will also be granted for the Best Song For Social Change.

Triumphant Returns

This year’s GRAMMY nominations include Bryan Adams, who received his first since 1998, and Sheryl Crow, who received her first since 2009. Adams’ “So Happy It Hurts” is nominated for Best Rock Performance, and Crow’s “Forever” is nominated for Best American Roots Song.

Bonnie Raitt, who, like Adams and Crow, had a heyday in the ’90s but continues to tour and produce, received her first GRAMMY nominations in ten years, and in huge fashion: she received four nods, including the coveted Song Of The Year for “Just Like That.”

Cool GRAMMY Feats

Randy Merrill, who has won six GRAMMYs in the last six years for his contributions to records by Taylor Swift and Beck, among others, adds a first to his GRAMMY collection. Merrill has been nominated three times for Album Of The Year for his work on Adele’s 30, Coldplay’s Music Of The Spheres, and Harry Styles’ Harry’s House – the first time he has been nominated for AOTY three times in the same year.

Jamie Foxx has received his first non-music nomination, for Best Spoken Word Album this year. To date, Jamie Foxx has one GRAMMY and nine nominations, with all of his previous nominations coming in the R&B and Rap categories. Viola Davis is another 2023 Best Spoken Word Album contender.

Not only is the nomination significant since it is her first GRAMMY nomination, but if she wins, she will become an EGOT winner. There are numerous opportunities for history to be made at the 2023 GRAMMYs. Make plans to watch the 65th GRAMMY Awards live on CBS on February 5, 2023! The Complete List of GRAMMY Nominees for 2023.

The 2023 GRAMMYs, formally known as the 65th GRAMMY Awards, will be televised live on the CBS Television Network and streamed live and on-demand on Paramount+ on Sunday, February 5, 2023, from 8-11:30 p.m. ET/5-8:30 p.m. PT.

The 65th GRAMMY Awards are open for nominations from Friday, October 1, 2021, to Friday, September 30, 2022. All eligible prize submissions must be submitted within this deadline. The Recording Academy and make no preference for one artist, submission, or nominee over another.

The results of the GRAMMY Awards, including winners and nominees, are entirely dependent on the voting membership of the Recording Academy.

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