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2023 Grammy Awards - The Full List Of Nominees

Now is the time: the 2023 Grammy Awards nominations come out today. Follow along on this page this afternoon as we update the list of nominees in real time.

Author:Alex Mercer
Reviewer:Nathanial Blackwood
Nov 17, 2022
On Tuesday, the names of the artists, albums, and songs that will be up for awards at the 65th annual ceremony were released. The 2023 Grammy Awardswill be held at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on February 5.
Beyoncé has the most nominations for the 65th Grammy Awards, with nine. All of them are for her dance-heavy album "Renaissance," except for "Be Alive," which is from the movie "King Richard."

2023 Grammy Awards Nominees

2023 Grammy Nominations Revealed | MTV News

Beyonce is the most nominated person for the latest awards, which will be held on Feb. 5 in Los Angeles.
She is followed by Kendrick Lamar, who has eight nominations, Adele, Brandi Carlile, Harry Styles, Mary J. Blige, Future, DJ Khaled, and the producer and songwriter The-Dream, who each has six nominations.
Beyoncé is tied with her husband Jay-Z for the most nominations by a musician in the history of the awards. Both have 88 nominations.
This year, Beyoncé and Adele will compete against each other in the major categories, just like they did in 2017 when Adele's "25" won album of the year over Beyoncé's "Lemonade." The Recording Academy announced all of the nominees on Tuesday. Here is a full list of all of them.

Record Of The Year

  • “Don’t Shut Me Down,” ABBA
  • “Easy on Me,” Adele
  • “Break My Soul,” Beyoncé
  • “Good Morning Gorgeous,” Mary J. Blige
  • “You and Me on the Rock,” Brandi Carlile featuring Lucius
  • “Woman,” Doja Cat
  • “Bad Habit,” Steve Lacy
  • “The Heart Part 5,” Kendrick Lamar
  • “About Damn Time,” Lizzo
  • “As It Was,” Harry Styles

Song Of The Year

  • “Abcdefu,” Sara Davis, Gayle, and Dave Pittenger, songwriters (Gayle)
  • “About Damn Time,” Melissa “Lizzo” Jefferson, Eric Frederic, Blake Slatkin, and Theron Makiel Thomas, songwriters (Lizzo)
  • “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (The Short Film),” Liz Rose and Taylor Swift, songwriters (Taylor Swift)
  • “As It Was,” Tyler Johnson, Kid Harpoon and Harry Styles, songwriters (Harry Styles)
  • “Bad Habit,” Matthew Castellanos, Brittany Fousheé, Diana Gordon, John Carroll Kirby & Steve Lacy, songwriters (Steve Lacy)
  • “Break My Soul,” Beyoncé, S. Carter, Terius “The-Dream” Gesteelde-Diamant, and Christopher A. Stewart, songwriters (Beyoncé)
  • “Easy on Me,” Adele Adkins and Greg Kurstin, songwriters (Adele)
  • “God Did,” Tarik Azzouz, E. Blackmon, Khaled Khaled, F. LeBlanc, Shawn Carter, John Stephens, Dwayne Carter, William Roberts, and Nicholas Warwar, songwriters (DJ Khaled Featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend and Fridayy)
  • “The Heart Part 5,” Jake Kosich, Johnny Kosich, Kendrick Lamar, and Matt Schaeffer, songwriters (Kendrick Lamar)
  • “Just Like That,” Bonnie Raitt, songwriter (Bonnie Raitt)

Album Of The Year

  • “Voyage,” ABBA
  • “30,” Adele
  • “Un Verano Sin Ti,” Bad Bunny
  • “Renaissance,” Beyoncé
  • “Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe),” Mary J. Blige
  • “In These Silent Days,” Brandi Carlile
  • “Music of the Spheres,” Coldplay
  • “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers,” Kendrick Lamar
  • “Special,” Lizzo
  • “Harry’s House,” Harry Styles

Best New Artist

  • Anitta
  • Omar Apollo
  • Domi & JD Beck
  • Muni Long
  • Samara Joy
  • Latto
  • Maneskin
  • Tobe Nwigwe
  • Molly Tuttle
  • Wet Leg

Best Pop Solo Performance

  • “Easy on Me,” Adele
  • “Moscow Mule,” Bad Bunny
  • “Woman,” Doja Cat
  • “Bad Habit,” Steve Lacy
  • “About Damn Time,” Lizzo
  • “As It Was,” Harry Styles

Best Pop Duo Or Group Performance

  • “Don’t Shut Me Down,” ABBA
  • “Bam Bam,” Camila Cabello featuring Ed Sheeran
  • “My Universe,” Coldplay and BTS
  • “I Like You (A Happier Song),” Post Malone and Doja Cat
  • “Unholy,” Sam Smith and Kim Petras

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

  • “Higher,” Michael Bublé
  • “When Christmas Comes Around…,” Kelly Clarkson
  • “I Dream of Christmas (Extended),” Norah Jones
  • “Evergreen,” Pentatonix
  • “Thank You,” Diana Ross

Best Pop Vocal Album

  • “Voyage,” ABBA
  • “30,” Adele
  • “Music of the Spheres,” Coldplay
  • “Special,” Lizzo
  • “Harry’s House,” Harry Styles

Best Dance/Electric Recording

  • “Break My Soul,” Beyoncé
  • “Rosewood,” Bonobo
  • “Don’t Forget My Love,” Diplo and Miguel
  • “I’m Good (Blue),” David Guetta and Bebe Rexha
  • “Intimidated,” Kaytranada featuring H.E.R.
  • “On My Knees,” Rüfüs du Sol

Best Dance/Electronic Music Album

  • “Renaissance,” Beyoncé
  • “Fragments,” Bonobo
  • “Diplo,” Diplo
  • “The Last Goodbye,” Odesza
  • “Surrender,” Rüfüs du Sol

Best Rap Album

  • “God Did,” DJ Khaled
  • “I Never Liked You,” Future
  • “Come Home the Kids Miss You,” Jack Harlow
  • “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers,” Kendrick Lamar
  • “It’s Almost Dry,” Pusha T

Best Rap Performance

  • “God Did,” DJ Khaled featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend, and Fridayy “Vegas,” Doja Cat
  • “Pushin P,” Gunna and Future featuring Young Thug
  • “F.N.F. (Let’s Go),” Hitkidd and Glorilla
  • “The Heart Part 5,” Kendrick Lamar

Best Rap Song

  • “Churchill Downs,” Ace G, BEDRM, Matthew Samuels, Tahrence Brown, Rogét Chahayed, Aubrey Graham, Jack Harlow, and Jose Velazquez, songwriters (Jack Harlow featuring Drake)
  • “God Did,’ Tarik Azzouz, E. Blackmon, Khaled Khaled, F. LeBlanc, Shawn Carter, John Stephens, Dwayne Carter, William Roberts, and Nicholas Warwar, songwriters (DJ Khaled featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend and Fridayy)
  • “The Heart Part 5,” Jake Kosich, Johnny Kosich, Kendrick Lamar, and Matt Schaeffer, songwriters (Kendrick Lamar)
  • “Pushin P,” Lucas Depante, Nayvadius Wilburn, Sergio Kitchens, Wesley Tyler Glass, and Jeffery Lamar Williams, songwriters (Gunna and Future featuring Young Thug)
  • “Wait for U,” Tejiri Akpoghene, Floyd E. Bentley III, Jacob Canady, Isaac De Boni, Aubrey Graham, Israel Ayomide Fowobaje, Nayvadius Wilburn, Michael Mule, Oluwatoroti Oke and Temilade Openiyi, songwriters (Future featuring Drake and Tems)

Best Latin Pop Album

  • “Aguilera,” Christina Aguilera
  • “Pasieros,” Rubén Blades and Boca Livre
  • “De Adentro Pa Afuera,” Camilo
  • “Viajante,” Fonseca
  • “Dharma+,” Sebastián Yatra

Best Musica Urbana Album

  • “Trap Cake, Vol. 2,” Rauw Alejandro
  • “Un Verano Sin Ti,” Bad Bunny
  • “Legendaddy,” Daddy Yankee
  • “La 167,” Farruko
  • “The Love & Sex Tape,” Maluma

Best Alternative Music Album

  • “We,” Arcade Fire
  • “Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You,” Big Thief
  • “Fossora,” Björk
  • “Wet Leg,” Wet Leg
  • “Cool It Down,” Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Best R&B Performance

  • “Virgo’s Groove,” Beyoncé
  • “Hurt Me So Good,” Jazmine Sullivan
  • “Over,” Lucky Daye
  • “Here With Me,” Mary J. Blige Featuring Anderson .Paak
  • “Hrs & Hrs,” Muni Long

Best R&B Song

  • “Cuff It,” Denisia “Blu June” Andrews, Beyoncé, Mary Christine Brockert, Brittany “Chi” Coney, Terius “The-Dream” Gesteelde-Diamant, Morten Ristorp, Nile Rodgers and Raphael Saadiq, songwriters (Beyoncé)
  • “Good Morning Gorgeous,” Mary J. Blige, David Brown, Dernst Emile II, Gabriella Wilson, and Tiara Thomas, songwriters (Mary J. Blige)
  • “Hrs & Hrs,” Hamadi Aaabi, Dylan Graham, Priscilla Renea, Thaddis “Kuk” Harrell, Brandon John-Baptiste, Isaac Wriston and Justin Nathaniel Zim, songwriters (Muni Long)
  • “Hurt Me So Good,” Akeel Henry, Michael Holmes, Luca Mauti, Jazmine Sullivan, and Elliott Trent, songwriters (Jazmine Sullivan)
  • “Please Don’t Walk Away,” PJ Morton, songwriter (PJ Morton)

Best R&B Album

  • “Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe),” Mary J. Blige
  • “Breezy (Deluxe),” Chris Brown
  • “Black Radio III,” Robert Glasper
  • “Candydrip,” Lucky Daye
  • “Watch the Sun,” PJ Morton

Best Country Solo Performance

  • “Heartfirst,” Kelsea Ballerini
  • “Something in the Orange,” Zach Bryan
  • “In His Arms,” Miranda Lambert
  • “Circles Around This Town,” Maren Morris
  • “Live Forever,” Willie Nelson

Best Country Duo Or Group Performance

  • “Wishful Drinking,” Ingrid Andress and Sam Hunt
  • “Midnight Rider’s Prayer,” Brothers Osborne
  • “Outrunnin’ Your Memory,” Luke Combs and Miranda Lambert
  • “Does He Love You — Revisited,” Reba McEntire and Dolly Parton
  • “Never Wanted to Be That Girl,” Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde
  • “Going Where the Lonely Go,” Robert Plant and Alison Krauss

Best Country Song

  • “Circles Around This Town,” Ryan Hurd, Julia Michaels, Maren Morris, and Jimmy Robbins, songwriters (Maren Morris)
  • “Doin’ This,” Luke Combs, Drew Parker, and Robert Williford, songwriters (Luke Combs)
  • “I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault),” Lori McKenna and Taylor Swift, songwriters (Taylor Swift)
  • “If I Was a Cowboy,” Jesse Frasure and Miranda Lambert, songwriters (Miranda Lambert)
  • “I’ll Love You Till The Day I Die,” Rodney Crowell and Chris Stapleton, songwriters (Willie Nelson)
  • “‘Til You Can’t,” Matt Rogers and Ben Stennis, songwriters (Cody Johnson)

Best Country Album

  • “Growin’ Up,” Luke Combs
  • “Palomino,” Miranda Lambert
  • “Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville,” Ashley McBryde
  • “Humble Quest,” Maren Morris
  • “A Beautiful Time,” Willie Nelson

Best Rock Performance

  • “So Happy It Hurts,” Bryan Adams
  • “Old Man,” Beck
  • “Wild Child,” The Black Keys
  • “Broken Horses,” Brandi Carlie
  • “Crawl!,” Idles
  • “Patent Number 9,” Ozzy Osbourne featuring Jeff Beck
  • “Holiday,” Turnstile

Best Rock Song

  • “Black Summer,” Flea, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis and Chad Smith, songwriters (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
  • “Blackout,” Brady Ebert, Daniel Fang, Franz Lyons, Pat McCrory, and Brendan Yates, songwriters (Turnstile)
  • “Broken Horses,” Brandi Carlile, Phil Hanseroth, and Tim Hanseroth, songwriters (Brandi Carlile)
  • “Harmonia’s Dream,” Robbie Bennett and Adam Granduciel, songwriters (The War on Drugs)
  • “Patient Number 9,” John Osbourne, Chad Smith, Ali Tamposi, Robert Trujillo, and Andrew Wotman, songwriters (Ozzy Osbourne featuring Jeff Beck)

Best Rock Album

  • “Dropout Boogie,” The Black Keys
  • “The Boy Named If,” Elvis Costello & the Imposters
  • “Crawler,” Idles
  • “Mainstream Sellout,” Machine Gun Kelly
  • “Patient Number 9,” Ozzy Osbourne
  • “Lucifer on the Sofa,” Spoon

Best Comedy Album

  • “The Closer,” Dave Chappelle
  • “Comedy Monster,” Jim Gaffigan
  • “A Little Brains, A Little Talent,” Randy Rainbow
  • “Sorry,” Louis CK
  • “We All Scream,” Patton Oswalt

Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media

  • “Elvis,” Various Artists
  • “Encanto,” Various Artists
  • “Stranger Things: Soundtrack From the Netflix Series, Season 4 (Vol 2),” Various Artists
  • “Top Gun: Maverick,” Harold Faltermeyer, Lady Gaga, Hans Zimmer, and Lorne Balfe
  • “West Side Story,” Various Artists


With nine nominations, Beyoncé is in the lead for the 2023 Grammys Awards. With her latest nominations, the singer has tied with her husband Jay-Z as the most nominated artist of all time, with 88 nominations each.
After the singer, Kendrick Lamar, who had eight nominations, took the stage. He will go up against Beyoncé in the categories of album, song, and record of the year. On February 5, the 65th Grammy Awards will be held.
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