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Beyoncé Ties All-Time Grammy Nominations Record

Klaudia//November 16, 2022
Beyoncé is the top nominee for the 2023 Grammy Awards, which were announced on Tuesday (Nov. 15). Bey received nine nods. This is the sixth time Beyoncé has led (or co-led) the annual Grammy nominations.

This brings Beyoncé’s career total of nominations to 88, which puts her in a tie with her husband Jay-Z for the most Grammy nominations in history. Jay received five nods this year.

Beyoncé moves ahead of Frank Sinatra to become the artist with the most career record of the year nods. Beyoncé and Sinatra had been tied for that record with seven nods each

Beyoncé is the first woman of color to receive four album of the year nominations (as a lead artist). She had been tied with Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston and H.E.R. with three nods each in the category.

Here’s the complete list of Beyoncé's nominations:

Record of the Year
‘Don’t Shut Me Down’ — ABBA
‘Easy on Me’ — Adele
‘Break My Soul’ — Beyonce
‘Good Morning Gorgeous’ — Mary J. Blige
‘You and Me on the Rock’ — Brandi Carlile feat. Lucius
‘Woman’ — Doja Cat
‘Bad Habit’ — Steve Lacy
‘The Heart Part 5’ — Kendrick Lamar
‘About Damn Time’ — Lizzo
‘As It Was’ — Harry Styles

Album of the Year
Voyage — ABBA
30 — Adele
Un Verano Sin Ti — Bad Bunny
Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe) — Mary J. Blige
In These Silent Days — Brandi Carlile
Music of the Spheres — Coldplay
Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers — Kendrick Lamar
Special — Lizzo
Harry’s House — Harry Styles

Song Of The Year
‘abcdefu’ — GAYLE
‘About Damn Time’ — Lizzo
‘All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (The Short Film)’ — Taylor Swift
‘As It Was’ — Harry Styles
‘Bad Habit’ — Steve Lacy
‘Break My Soul’ — Beyonce
‘Easy on Me’ — Adele
‘God Did’ — DJ Khaled feat. Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend and Fridayy
‘The Heart Part 5’ — Kendrick Lamar
‘Just Like That’ — Bonnie Raitt

Best Dance/Electronic Recording
‘Break My Soul’ — Beyonce
‘Rosewood’ — Bonobo
‘Don’t Forget My Love’ — Diplo and Miguel
‘I’m Good (Blue)’ — David Guetta and Bebe Rexha
‘Intimidated’ — Kaytranada feat. H.E.R.
‘On My Knees’ — Rufus Du Sol

Best Dance/Electronic Music Album
Renaissance — Beyonce
Fragments — Bonobo
Diplo — Diplo
The Last Goodbye — Odesza
Surrender — Rufus Du Sol

Best Song Written for Visual Media
‘Be Alive (From King Richard)’ — Beyonce and Darius Scott Dixon
‘Carolina (From Where the Crawdads Sing)’ — Taylor Swift
‘Hold My Hand (From Top Gun: Maverick)’ — Lady Gaga and Bloodpop
‘Keep Rising (The Woman King) (From The Woman King)’ — Jessy Wilson, Angelique Kidjo, and Jeremy Lutito
‘Nobody Like U (From Turning Red)’ — Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell
‘We Don’t Talk About Bruno (From Encanto)’ — Lin-Manuel Miranda

Best R&B Performance
‘Virgo’s Groove’ — Beyonce
‘Over’ — Lucky Daye
‘Hurt Me So Good’ — Jazmine Sullivan
‘Here With Me’ — Mary J. Blige feat. Anderson .Paak
‘Hrs and Hrs’ — Muni Long

Best Traditional R&B Performance
‘Do 4 Love’ — Snoh Aalegra
‘Plastic Off the Sofa’ — Beyonce
‘Good Morning Gorgeous’ — Mary J. Blige
‘Keeps On Fallin” — Babyface feat. Ella Mai
”Round Midnight’ — Adam Blackstone feat. Jazmine Sullivan

Best R&B Song
‘Cuff It’ — Beyonce
‘Good Morning Gorgeous’ — Mary J. Blige
‘Hrs and Hrs’ — Muni Long
‘Hurt Me So Good’ — Jazmine Sullivan
‘Please Don’t Walk Away’ — PJ Morton