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The 63rd GRAMMY Awards will air on Sunday, March 14th, 2021 on CBS! Find out who is nominated in each of the 83 categories in the full list of nominees below. Use the links to jump to a desired field.

1. Record of the Year Award to the artist and to the producer (s), recording engineer (s) and / or mixer (s) and mastering engineer (s) if not the artist.

2nd Album of the Year Award to artists and featured artists, songwriters of new materials, producers, recording engineers, mixers and mastering engineers at least 33% of the playing time of the album, if not the artist.

3 . Song Of The YearA Songwriter (s) Award. A song is eligible when it is first released or when it first gained prominence during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names are shown in brackets.) Singles or tracks only.

4. Best new artistThis category honors an artist whose publication (s) achieved a breakthrough in public awareness for the funding year and, in particular, influenced the music landscape.

6. Best performance for pop duo / groupFor new vocal or instrumental duo / group or collaborative pop recordings. Singles or tracks only.

7. Best Traditional Pop Vocal AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of new traditional pop recordings.

8. Best Pop Vocal AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time % of the playing time of new pop vocal recordings included.

9. Best dance recordingFor solo, duo, group or joint performances. Vocals or instrumental. Singles or tracks only.

11. Best Contemporary Instrumental AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of the instrumental material. For albums with at least 51% playback time of new recordings.

14th Best Rock SongA Songwriter (s) Award. Includes rock, hard rock, and metal songs. A song is eligible when it is first released or when it first gained prominence during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names are shown in brackets.) Singles or tracks only.

15. Best Rock AlbumFor albums with at least 51% playtime for new rock, hard rock or metal recordings.

19. Best R&B SongA Songwriter (s) Award. A song is eligible when it is first released or when it first gained prominence during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names are shown in brackets.) Singles or tracks only.

Better than I imagined
Robert Glasper, Meshell Ndegeocello & Gabriella Wilson, songwriter (Robert Glasper with HER & Meshell Ndegeocello)

20. Best R&B Progressive Album For albums that contain at least 51% playing time of the newly recorded progressive vocal tracks derived from R&B are.

23. Best Melodic Rap PerformanceFor a solo or collaborative performance that includes both elements of the R&B melodies and rap.

24. Best Rap SongA Songwriter (s) Award. A song is eligible when it is first released or when it first gained prominence during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names are shown in parentheses.) Singles or tracks only.

28. Best Country SongA Songwriter (s) Award. A song is eligible when it is first released or when it first gained prominence during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names are shown in brackets.) Singles or tracks only.

30. Best New Age AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% playtime for new vocal or instrumental New Age recordings.

31. Best Improvised Jazz Solo For an instrumental jazz solo performance. Two actors with equal rights in a recording can be permitted as one entry. If the listed soloist appears on a recording that has been billed to another artist, their name is in parentheses for identification. Singles or tracks only.

32. Best Jazz Vocal AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of new vocal jazz recordings.

33. Best Jazz Instrumental AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the Includes playing time of new instrumental jazz recordings.

34. Best Large Jazz Ensemble AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of new ensemble jazz recordings.

35. Best Latin Jazz AlbumFor vocal or instrumental albums with at least 51% playing time of the newly recorded material. The intent of this category is to identify recordings that represent the mixture of jazz with Latin American, Iberian-American, Brazilian and Argentine tango music.

36. Best Gospel Performance / Song This award is given to the artist and songwriter Awarded (for new compositions) for the best traditional Christian single, the best roots gospel or the best gospel single or the best gospel track.

37. Best performance / song for contemporary Christian musicThis award is given to artists and Songwriters (for new compositions) are awarded for the best single or track in contemporary Christian music (including pop, rap / hip-hop, latin,). or rock.

38. Best Gospel AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of newly recorded, vocal, traditional or contemporary / R&B gospel music recordings.

39. Best Album for Contemporary Christian MusicFor albums with at least 51% playing time of newly recorded, vocal, contemporary Christian music, including pop, rap / hip-hop, Latin or rock recordings.

40. Best Roots Gospel AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the Includes playtime of newly recorded, vocal, traditional / roots gospel music, including country, southern gospel, bluegrass, and Americana recordings.

41. Best Latin Pop or Urban AlbumFor albums that are 51% or more of the playing time Includes new Latin Pop or Urban recordings.

42. Best Latin Rock or Alternative AlbumFor albums with at least 51% playtime for new Latin Rock or alternative recordings.

43. Best Regional Mexican Music Album (including Tejano ) For albums with at least 51% playing time of new regional Mexican (Banda, Norteño, Corridos, Gruperos, Mariachi, Ranchera and Tejano) recordings.

44th Best Tropical Latin AlbumFor albums with at least 51% of the playing time of new tropical Latin Recordings included.

45. Best American Roots PerformanceFor new vocal or instrumental American Roots recordings. This applies to performances in the style of any of the subgenres contained in American Roots Music, including Americana, bluegrass, blues, folk, or regional roots. Award to the artist (s).

46th Best American Roots SongA Songwriter (s) Award. Contains americana, bluegrass, traditional blues, contemporary blues, folk or regional roots songs. A song is eligible when it is first released or when it first gained prominence during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names are shown in parentheses.) Singles or tracks only.

47. Best Americana AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of new Americana vocal or instrumental recordings.

48. Best Bluegrass AlbumFor Albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of new vocal or instrumental bluegrass recordings.

49. Best Traditional Blues AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of new traditional vocal or instrumental blues recordings.

50th Best Contemporary Blues AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of new vocal or instrumental contemporary blues recordings.

51. Best Folk AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of new vocal or instrumental folk – Recordings included.

52. Best Regional Roots Music AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of new vocal or instrumental regional roots music recordings.

54. Best Global Music AlbumFor Albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of new vocal or instrumental recordings from Global Music.

55. Best Music Album for ChildrenFor albums that contain at least 51% of playing time for new music or word recordings made specifically for children and are determined.

58. Best Musical Theater AlbumFor albums that contain at least 51% of the playing time of new recordings. Awarded to the lead singer and album producer with a playing time of 51% or more of the album. The lyricists and composers of a new score are eligible for an award if they have written and / or composed a new score that comprises 51% or more of the album’s playing time.

59. Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media Award to the / the artists and / or « in the studio » producers of the majority of the tracks on the album. In the absence of both, the award is given to one or two people who are proactively responsible for the concept and musical direction of the album, as well as for the selection of artists, songs and producers. The award also goes to appropriately recognized music supervisors.

EUROVISION SONG CONTEST: THE STORY OF FIRE SAGA
(Various artists)
Savan Kotecha, assemblage producer; Becky Bentham, Music Supervisor

60. Best Score Visual Media Soundtrack Award to Composer (s) for an original score created specifically for or to accompany a current legitimate movie, television show or series, video game, or other visual media .

61. Best Song for Visual MediaA Songwriter (s) Award. For a song (tune & Lyrics) written specifically for movies, television, video games, or other visual media, and released for the first time during Eligibility Year. (Artist names are shown in brackets.) Singles or tracks only.

62. Best Instrumental Composition A composer’s award for an original composition (not an adaptation) that was first published during the funding year. Only singles or tracks.

63. Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella An Arranger’s Award. (Artist names are shown in brackets.) Singles or tracks only.

64. Best Arrangement, Instruments and VocalsAn Arranger’s Award. (Artist names are shown in brackets.) Singles or tracks only.

1999 SUPER DELUXE EDITION
Trevor Guy, Michael Howe & Kirk Johnson, compilation producer; Bernie Grundman, Mastering Engineer (Prince)

• August (Taylor Swift) (T)
• Gas lighter (The Chicks) (A)
• Sacred Terrain (FKA branches with a future) (T)
• Mirror ball (Taylor Swift) (T)
• That’s what I’m trying to do (Taylor Swift) (T)
• Together (Sia) (S)

• Cypress Grove (Jimmy « Duck » Holmes) (A)
• El Dorado (Marcus King) (A)
• Is Thomas Callaway (CeeLo Green) (A)
• Sing for my dinner (Early James) (A)
• Solid Gold Sounds (Kendell Marvel) (A)
• Years (John Anderson) (A.

• Backbone (Kaleo) (S)
• The Balladeer (Lori McKenna) (A)
• Bone Shaker (Airbourne) (A)
• Christmas at Home (Oak Ridge Boys) (A)
• The Highwomen (The Highwomen) (A)
• I remember everything (John Prine) (S)
• Reunions (Jason Isbell and the 400 Units) (A)
• The Spark (William Prince) (S)
• You’re still the one (Teddy swims) (S)

• Break my heart (Dua Lipa) (T)
• Me and my guitar (A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie) (T)
• Midnight Sky (Miley Cyrus) (S)
• Old me (5 seconds of summer) (T)
• Ordinary Man (Ozzy Osbourne with Elton John) (T)
• Take what you want (Post Malone with Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott) (T)
• Under the Cemetery (Ozzy Osbourne) (T)

71. Best Remixed RecordingA Remixer’s Award. (Artist names are shown in brackets for identification.) Singles or tracks only.

72. Best Immersive Audio Album Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Best Immersive Audio Album Craft Committee was unable to meet. Assessment of the entries in this category has been postponed until we can meet in a manner that is reasonable to assess the many formats and configurations of the entries and that is safe for committee members. The nominations for the 63rd GRAMMYs will be announced next year in addition to (and separately from) the 64th GRAMMY nominations in the category

• Aspects of America – Pulitzer Edition (Carlos Kalmar & Oregon Symphony)
• Blessed are you among women (Peter Jermihov, Katya Lukianov & PaTRAM Institute Singers)
• Dvořák: Symphony No. 9; Copland: Billy The Kid (Gianandrea Noseda National Symphony Orchestra &)
• Glass: The Fall of the House of Usher (Joseph Li, Nicholas Nestorak, Madison Leonard, Jonas Hacker, Ben Edquist, Matthew Adam Fleisher, & Wolf Trap Opera)
• Kahane: Emergency shelter (Alicia Hall Moran, Gabriel Kahane, Carlos Kalmar & Oregon Symphony)
• Kastalsky: Requiem (Leonard Slatkin, Steven Fox, Benedikt Sheehan, Charles Bruffy, Cathedral Choir, Clarion Choir, Saint Tikhon Choir, Kansas City Choir, & Orchestra of St. Luke’s)
• Massenet: Thaïs (Andrew Davis, Joshua Hopkins, Andrew Staples, Erin Wall, Mendelssohn Choir of Toronto, & Toronto Symphony Orchestra)
• Smyth: The Prison (Sarah Brailey, Dashon Burton, James Blachly & Experiential Orchestra)
• Woolf, L.P .: Fire and Flood (Julian Wachner, Matt Haimovitz & Choir of Trinity Wall Street)

• Beethoven: Piano Sonatas, Vol. 9 (Jonathan Biss)
• Gershwin: Porgy and Bess (David Robertson, Frederick Ballentine, Angel Blue, Denyce Graves, Latonia Moore, Eric Owens, & Choir of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra)
• Gluck: Orphée & Eurydike (Harry Bicket, Dmitry Korchak, Andriana Chuchman, Lauren Snouffer, & choir of the Lyric Opera of Chicago Orchestra)
• Holst: The planets; The Perfect Fool (Michael Stern & Kansas City Symphony)
• Muhly: Marnie (Robert Spano, Isabel Leonard, Christopher Maltman, Denyce Graves, Iestyn Davies, Janis Kelly, & choir of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra)
• Schubert: Piano Sonatas, D. 845, D. 894, D. 958, D. 960 (Shai Wosner)
• Shostakovich: Symphony No. 13, ‘Babi Yar’ (Riccardo Muti, Alexey Tikhomirov, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Chorus)

• Gunn: The Ascendant (full of teeth)
• Harrison, M .: Constellations only (room full of teeth)
• Your own grand piano (Willamette Valley Chamber Music Festival)
• Hynes: Fields (Devonté Hynes & Third Coast Percussion)
• Lang, D .: Love failure (Beth Willer & Lorelei Ensemble)
• Mazzoli: Proving Up (Christopher Rountree, Opera Omaha & International Contemporary Ensemble)
• Sharlat: Save the rod! (NOW ensemble)
• Soul House (New Music Hub)
• What is the good in (The Westerlies)

• Adams, J .: Does the devil have to have all the good tones? (Yuja Wang, Gustavo Dudamel & Los Angeles Philharmonic)
• Cipullo: The Farewell (Alastair Willis, Laura Strickling, Catherine Cook, Michael Mayes & Music of Memory)
• Ives: Complete Symphonies (Gustavo Dudamel & Los Angeles Philharmonic)
• LA Phil 100 – The Gala for the 100th Anniversary of the Los Angeles Philharmonic (Gustavo Dudamel & Los Angeles Philharmonic)
• Langgaard: Prelude to the Antichrist; Strauss: An Alpine Symphony (Thomas Dausgaard & Seattle Symphony Orchestra)
• Nielsen: Symphony No. 1 & Symphony No. 2, ‘The Four Temperaments’ (Thomas Dausgaard & Seattle Symphony)

• On the Way to the Promised Land (Robert M. Franklin, Steven Darsey, Jessye Norman, & Taylor Branch)
• Dawn (Shachar Israel)
• Gandolfi, Prior & Oliverio: orchestral works (Robert Spano & Atlanta Symphony Orchestra)
• Singing in the middle of the night (Eighth Blackbird)
• Whitacre: The Sacred Veil (Eric Whitacre, Grant Gershon & Los Angeles Master Chorale)

77. Best Choral Performance Award to the conductor and, if applicable, to the choir director and / or the choir director and the choir organization / choir ensemble.

78. Best performance by chamber music / small ensembleFor new recordings of works by a chamber or small ensemble (twenty-four or fewer members, without a conductor). If applicable, a prize for the ensemble and a prize for the conductor.

80. Best classical solo vocal album Award to: singers, collaborative artists (e.g. pianists, conductors, chamber groups), producer (s), sound engineers / mixers with 51% or more playing time for new material.

81. Best Classical CompendiumAward to the artist (s) and to the album producer (s) and engineers with a playing time of over 51% of the album if it is not the artist .

82. Best Contemporary Classical CompositionA Composer’s Award. (For a contemporary classical composition composed over the past 25 years and published for the first time during the funding year.) Award to the librettist, if applicable.

BRAUNES HAUTMÄDCHEN
Beyoncé, Blue Ivy & WizKid
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter & Jenn Nkiru, video directors; Astrid Edwards, Aya Kaida, Jean Mougin and Nathan Scherrer & Erinn Williams, Video Producer

84. Best Music FilmFor concert / performance films or music documentaries. Award for the artist, video director and video producer.

The Recording Academy has announced details for the premiere in advance of the annual GRAMMY Awards broadcast this month.

Before the GRAMMY Awards 2021 show on Sunday, The 63rd premiere of the GRAMMY Awards will take place on March 14 at 12 noon PT, which will be streamed live internationally via GRAMMY.com.

The premiere will be hosted by the current three-time GRAMMY nominee Jhené Aiko and will feature a series of appearances current GRAMMY nominees, including: Nigerian singer, songwriter and rapper Burna Boy, jazz band Terri Lyne Carrington Social Science and blues musician Jimmy « Duck ». Holmes, the classical pianist Igor Levit, the Latin American electro-pop musician Lido Pimienta, the singer, songwriter and performance artist Poppy and the singer, songwriter and composer Rufus Wainwright.

The event will start with a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the celebrated classic Marvin Gaye tracks « Mercy, Mercy Me (The Ecology) ». The special performance of the ensemble with all nominees will be the Afro-Peruvian jazz orchestra, Thana Alexa, John Beasley, Camilo, Regina Carter, Alexandre Desplat, Bebel Gilberto, Lupita Infante, Sarah Jarosz, Mykal Kilgore, Ledisi and Mariachi Sol de Mexico by Jose Hernandez include, PJ Morton, Gregory Porter, Grace Potter, Säje, Gustavo Santaolalla (Bajofondo), Anoushka Shankar and Kamasi Washington.

The current nominees will be Bill Burr, Chika, Infante and the former Chairman of the Recording Academy, Jimmy Jam present the first GRAMMY Awards of the day. Branden Chapman and Bill Freimuth are the producers on behalf of the Recording Academy, Greg Fera is the executive producer and Cheche Alara will act as the music producer and music director.

Music fans get with GRAMMY Live, which is available internationally on GRAMMY.com and via Facebook Live, the exclusive streaming partner of GRAMMY Live, will provide unparalleled digital access to content from the GRAMMY Awards. GRAMMY Live takes the audience behind the scenes with backstage experiences, interviews before the show and highlights after the show from Music’s Biggest Night. GRAMMY Live will be streamed all day on Sunday March 14, including during and after the evening TV broadcast of the GRAMMY Awards. IBM, the Recording Academy’s official AI & cloud partner, will host GRAMMY Live entirely on the IBM Cloud for the first time.

The 63rd annual GRAMMY Awards will be live after the premiere on CBS and Paramount from 8:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. transfer. ET / 5:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. PT. For GRAMMY coverage, updates and the latest news, please visit the Recording Academy’s social networks on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

All of the performers at the Premiere Ceremony and the presenter are nominated this year, as are most of the presenters. Afro-Peruvian Jazz Orchestra for Best Latin Jazz Album (Tradiciones); Aiko for album of the year (Chilombo), best R&B performance (« Lightning & Thunder » with John Legend) and best progressive R&B album (Chilombo); Alexa for the best jazz vocal album (Ona); Beasley with Somi Mit Frankfurter Radio Big Band for the best jazz vocal album (Holy Room: Live At Alte Oper), the best large jazz ensemble album (MONK’estra plays John Beasley), the best arrangement, instrumental or a cappella ( « Donna Lee ») and best arrangement, instrumentals and vocals (« Asas Fechadas » with Maria Mendes); Burna Boy for Best Global Music Album (twice the size); Burr for Best Comedy Album (Paper Tiger); Camilo for the best Latin Pop or Urban album (Por Primera Vez); Carrington Social Science for Best Jazz Instrumental Album (waiting game); Carter for best improvised jazz solo (« Pachamama »); Chika as best new artist; Desplat for the best instrumental composition (« Plumfield »); Gilberto for Best Global Music Album (Agora); Holmes for Best Traditional Blues Album (Cypress Grove); Infante for Best Regional Mexican Music Album (including Tejano) (La Serenata); Jarosz for best American roots song (« Hometown »), best Americana album (World On The Ground); Kilgore for best traditional R&B (« Let Me Go ») performance; Ledisi for the best traditional R&B (« Anything For You ») performance; Levit for the best classical instrumental solo (Beethoven: Complete Piano Sonatas); Mariachi Sol de Mexico by Jose Hernandez for Best Regional Mexican Music Album (including Tejano) (Bailando Sones and Huapangos Con Mariachi Sol de Mexico by Jose Hernandez); Morton for best gospel album (Gospel by PJ); Pimienta for best Latin rock or the alternative album (Miss Colombia); Poppy for best metal performance (« BLOODMONEY »); Porter for best R&B album (All Rise); Potter for the best rock performance (« Daylight »), the best rock album (Daylight); säje for the best arrangement, instruments and vocals (« Desert Song »); Santaolalla with Bajofondo for Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album (Aura); Shankar for Best Global Music Album (Love Letters); Wainwright for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album (Unfollow The Rules); and Washington for Best Visual Media Soundtrack (Becoming).

Today (Sunday March 7th) the Recording Academy announced the full cast for the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show, officially known as the 63rd GRAMMY Awards. Actors are Bad Bunny, Black Pumas, Cardi B, BTS, Brandi Carlile, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Billie Eilish, Mickey Guyton, Haim, Bretagne Howard, Miranda Lambert, Lil Baby, Dua Lipa, Chris Martin, John Mayer and Megan Thee Hengst , Maren Morris, Post Malone, Roddy Ricch, Harry Styles and Taylor Swift. Artists will come together while they are still safely separated to play music for one another as a community and celebrate the music that unites us all.

Additionally, Music’s Biggest Night will pay tribute to the independent venues sponsored by the Pandemic were badly affected. From bartenders to cashiers, those who work daily at the Troubadour (Los Angeles), Hotel Café (Los Angeles), Apollo Theater (New York City) and Station Inn (Nashville) will be presenting various categories throughout the night .

Read: How To Watch The 2021 GRAMMY Awards Show: A Viewers Guide To Where To Watch The Music’s Greatest Night

CBS and the Recording Academy, hosted by Trevor Noah, present the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards, which will be streamed live at 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 14, 2021. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT on the CBS Television Network and also available to stream live and on request on Paramount. Visit our official “Watch The 2021 GRAMMYs” live page to learn more about the different ways you can watch the show and fully experience the 2021 GRAMMY season.

For a list of current nominations per artist , please visit our GRAMMY Awards Performer and Presenter page here.

As this year goes on, you may be ready to fast forward to 2021 (we’re almost there!). Aside from the fact that it is no longer 2020, there are some other big things on the program next year, including Music’s Biggest Night, including the 2021 GRAMMYs. The 63rd GRAMMY Awards will air on Sunday March 14, 2021 on CBS and recognize outstanding musical achievements released in late 2019 and 2020. Hopefully you’re as excited about the show as we are!

To make sure you stay tuned, read on for more key dates and details on the GRAMMY nominations (which were announced on November 24th) , the voting process for members of the Recording Academy and everything else about what the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show!

The 63rd GRAMMY Awards will take place on Sunday, March 14th, 2021. The health and safety of the artists, guests, crew and employees is always in the foreground with every GRAMMY. Logistically, things will be a little different this year.

Ahead of Music’s Biggest Night, GRAMMY.com has put together a useful guide on how to watch the show and experience the 2021 GRAMMY season to the fullest. For more information, visit our official Watch The 2021 GRAMMYs Live page.

One of the biggest days in music outside of the show itself is the nomination announcement, where hundreds of artists learn that they are in the running for a gold gramophone . The nominees for the upcoming 63rd GRAMMY Awards were announced on November 24th. You can view the full list of 2021 nominees here, and watch the starred nominations livestream again here. Here you can also find out who the most nominated artists are this year.

GRAMMY nominations are always a very festive day for the nominees. It really is a moment when all the love, long hours and hard work that has gone into the music is worth it. Celebrate with the 2021 nominees in this happy roundup of the reactions.

The cast of the 2021 GRAMMY Awards includes Bad Bunny, Black Pumas, Cardi B, BTS, Brandi Carlile, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Billie Eilish, Mickey Guyton , Haim, Brittany Howard, Miranda Lambert, Lil Baby, Dua Lipa, Chris Martin, John Mayer, Megan Thee Stallion, Maren Morris, Post Malone, Roddy Ricch, Harry Styles and Taylor Swift.

For a list of current nominations per artist, please visit our GRAMMY Awards Performer and Presenter page here.

Ahead of the GRAMMY Awards 2021 show, the 63rd GRAMMY Awards premiere will take place on Sunday, March 14th at 12:00 PM PT which will be broadcast live internationally via GRAMMY.com.

The premiere will be hosted by current three-time GRAMMY nominee Jhené Aiko and features a number of appearances by current GRAMMY nominees, including: Nigerian singer, songwriter and rapper Burna Boy, the jazz band Terri Lyne Carrington Social Science and the blues musician Jimmy « Duck ». Holmes, the classical pianist Igor Levit, the Latin American electro-pop musician Lido Pimienta, the singer, songwriter and performance artist Poppy as well as the singer, songwriter and composer Rufus Wainwright.

The recording took place shortly before the nominees were announced on November 24th Academy announced that GRAMMY nominated South African comedian Trevor Noah will host the 2021 GRAMMYs.

While the format of the GRAMMY Awards for next year has not yet been announced, Harvey Mason Jr., Interim President / CEO of the Recording Academy announced , during an interview with Variety, a glimpse of what to expect on the June 2021 show. « We are developing three plans at the same time for what the show would look like: one is the traditional full set show, two is a limited amount and three is not a lot, and all three of these ideas are creative: how and where we would film it. But none of them involve changing or moving the date, « said Mason.

 » I’ve spent a lot of time talking to artists, managers, and labels and getting a feel for how the pandemic is affecting the release of music – and as you may have noticed, the amount of music released has actually increased during the pandemic so we don’t want to postpone our date with so much great music, « he continued.

 » But I think so too That it is important and helpful to have shows like this when there has been so much uncertainty and turmoil – to know something that comes up every year and to know that there is a time when we all sit down and g Watch great entertainment and art … We’re trying to build the next development of the academy, and the show will go with it. With a crowd or not, we’ll try to take things to the next level, « added Mason.

Let’s sum it up: find out who has the most GRAMMY nominations, which categories go in & More: 2021 GRAMMYs by Numbers

More recently, on Sept. 30, he spoke to Variety again, adding that regardless of that, the show will be performed entirely live with no pre-recorded segments.

« We are looking at Staples [Center] with a limited audience, although this seems increasingly unlikely. Staples with live performances and no audience or something more virtual with some elements from different locations, « said Mason. » We’re still waiting to get feedback from our network and venue partners, as well as our medical experts, because of course we want we that this is safe for everyone …

« Obviously this is a very unique year. We’ve looked very closely at all of the [2020 Awards] shows and I’ve spoken to some of the people who put them together – the creative side as well as the business side, I think there have been some great examples of how to put music and awards on these shows and I think there are some other things that we’re going to do very differently. The civil and social unrest deserve to be approached and we always encourage artists. I assume that we are on the part of both the artists and the Bo academy will see things. « 

We can’t wait to see all of the magical GRAMMY moments, epic performances and moving speeches – that’s exactly what we need to start 2021 on an inspiring note. While you have to wait around being closer to the show to find out who the cast and presenters are (which are always announced in multiple waves) is sure to keep things out of the chain.

Stepping out with the 63rd GRAMMY Awards some exciting changes in place! Following Ken Ehrlich’s 40th anniversary as executive producer on the show, Emmy Award-winning producer Ben Winston will take over the reins. The highly experienced television / film writer / director / producer has worked on « The Late Late Show with James Corden « worked and collaborated with comedian Cordens to create the beloved » Carpool Karaoke « show.

In addition, several important changes to voting policies and rules will come into effect this year, five of which will be prizes categories concern. These updates, announced in June, reflect the Recording Academy’s ongoing commitment to evolving with the music landscape and ensuring that the nomination process and rules are more transparent and fairer. Please see the link above for more details on the changes. However, the rule / category updates are highlighted below.

Another exciting category update happened in November when the Best World Music Album was changed to the more comprehensive Best Global Music Album. While this may seem subtle to those unfamiliar with the baggage that the term « world music » carries, it represents an important tribute to his past and move toward a more inclusive, adaptable future.

The new Name was set after extensive discussions with artists, ethnomusicologists and linguists from around the world, who decided to rename it « a more relevant, modern and comprehensive term, » explained an email to members of the Recording Academy. « The change symbolizes a departure from the colonial, folk and ‘non-American’ connotations that the previous term embodied while adapting to current hearing and cultural developments in the various communities it might represent. »

As the only music award recognized by experts, the GRAMMY is the highest award in the music industry. This means that GRAMMY nominations and winners will be determined by the music professionals who are voting members of the Recording Academy.

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To celebrate the upcoming 63rd GRAMMY Awards, the Recording Academy and SiriusXM have announced the launch of The GRAMMY Channel, a limited one Channel with a variety of songs from some of this year’s nominees.

The GRAMMY channel starts Tuesday, March 2nd at 12:00 PM (CET) and runs through GRAMMY Night (Sunday, March 14th) on SiriusXM -Channel 104. It will highlight the music and artists celebrated in the 30 fields of the GRAMMY Awards, including current nominees such as Beyoncé, Billie Eilish, Brittany Howard, DaBaby, Dua Lipa, Harry Styles, Justin Bieber , Megan Thee Hengst, Phoebe Bridgers, Post Malone, Roddy Ricch, Taylor Swift and more.

Listeners can also listen to music from the 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award winners such as Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, Salt-N-Pepa, Selena and Talking Heads as well as exclusive interviews with the biggest music stars behind the scenes await the 63rd GRAMMY Awards.

The GRAMMY channel from SiriusXM is available to listeners nationwide on SiriusXM radios, in the SiriusXM app and at home on Amazon Alexa , the Google Assistant, or however they stream in their home. Streaming access is included for most subscribers. Further information can be found at www.siriusxm.com/ways-to-listen.

The GRAMMY Channel will broadcast Music’s Biggest Night live on Sunday, March 14th at 8pm. ET / 5 p.m. PT on CBS.

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