Beyoncé sweeps Grammy nominations with ‘Renaissance’

Beyoncé sweeps Grammy nominations with ‘Renaissance’


Beyoncé sweeps Grammy nominations with 'Renaissance' (Sony Music)

Beyoncé sweeps Grammy nominations with ‘Renaissance’ | sonymusic

A mighty comeback! After the release of her seventh studio album, ‘Renaissance’, after 6 years of absence, the singer Beyoncé has placed herself at the top of the most important lists in the world, in addition to sweeping all the awards, including the grammy 2023 in which he made history.

It was this Tuesday, November 15 in the morning when the United States Recording Academy officially released the list of all the celebrities nominated for the award for the following year’s awards, releasing with a dropper the identity of those who would be competing in all the categories.

Breaking the records that only she could set, Beyonce garnered a total of nine nominations in the most important categories, including: Record of the Year, Best Song, Best Dance-Electronic Recording and Album, Best R&B Song and Performance, as well as Traditional R&B, and Best Song Written for visual media.

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The tentative date for the 65th edition of the Grammy Awards will take place on February 5, 2023, however, it could be subject to changes depending on the circumstances of all the artists. Not without first having gone through the last voting period that will take place between December 14, 2022 and January 4, 2023.

Beyoncé sweeps Grammy nominations with ‘Renaissance’. Source: Instagram

One of the categories that most caught the attention of Queen Bey fans was the main Album of the Year award, where he will be competing against other great artists such as Adele with the album ’30’, which also meant his return to music after almost a decade of not staying out.

‘Renaissance’ will also have as a rival the album ‘Harry’s House’ by singer Harry Styles and Lizzo with ‘Special’; In addition, the artist Kendrick Lamar is a strong candidate for ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’, as well as the urban artist Bad Bunny with ‘A summer without you’, which is synonymous with success for its author.

In light of these nine more nominations, the ‘Break My Soul’ singer adds a total of 88 throughout her career, making her a worthy tie with her husband Jay-Z as the most nominated artists in the history of the Grammy Awards and if she won them, she would take the crown as the most awarded.

The fact that Adele and Beyonce face each other in this category is very special, since it means a rematch between the two music legends for the award that the British won in 2017, which she indicated in her thank you speech that it belonged to ‘Lemonade’.


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