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Grammy nominations 2022: Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, BTS

Grammy nominations 2022: Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, BTS

The ceremony relocated to Las Vegas for the primary time ever with a number of artists who may have massive nights.

LAS VEGAS — The Grammys is perhaps lacking stars like Drake, The Weeknd and Kanye West as a performer, however the largest night time in music may nonetheless shine vivid on the Las Vegas Strip.

When and the place are the Grammys?

The ceremony relocated to Las Vegas for the first-time ever with a number of artists who may have epic nights together with Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo and Jon Batiste. The awards shifted from Los Angeles due to the rising COVID-19 circumstances and omicron variant in January. 

Sunday’s present will air dwell starting at 8 p.m. Japanese on CBS and the Paramount+ streaming service.

Who’re the nominees?

This is an inventory of nominees within the high classes on the sixty fourth annual Grammy Awards.

— Album of the yr: “We Are,” Jon Batiste; “Love For Sale,” Tony Bennett and Woman Gaga; “Justice (Triple Chucks Deluxe),” Justin Bieber; “Planet Her (Deluxe Version),” Doja Cat; “Happier Than Ever,” Billie Eilish; “Again of My Thoughts,” H.E.R.; “MONTERO,” Lil Nas X; “Bitter,” Olivia Rodrigo; “Evermore,” Taylor Swift; “Donda,” Kanye West.

— Report of the yr: “I Nonetheless Have Religion in You,” ABBA; “I Get a Kick Out of You,” Tony Bennett and Woman Gaga; “Peaches,” Justin Bieber that includes Daniel Caesar and Giveon; “Proper on Time,” Brandi Carlile; “Kiss Me Extra,” Doja Cat that includes SZA; “Happier Than Ever,” Billie Eilish; “MONTERO (Name Me By Your Title),” Lil Nas X; “Drivers License,” Olivia Rodrigo; “Depart the Door Open,” Silk Sonic.

— Track of the yr (songwriter’s award): “Dangerous Habits,” Johnny McDaid and Ed Sheeran; “A Lovely Noise,” Ruby Amanfu, Brandi Carlile, Brandy Clark, Alicia Keys, Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna, Linda Perry and Hailey Whitters; “Drivers License,” Daniel Nigro and Olivia Rodrigo; “Struggle For You,” Dernst Emile II, H.E.R. and Tiara Thomas; “Happier Than Ever,” Billie Eilish O’Connell and Finneas O’Connell; “Kiss Me Extra,” Rogét Chahayed, Amala Zandile Dlamini, Lukasz Gottwald, Carter Lang, Gerard A. Powell II, Solána Rowe and David Sprecher; “Depart The Door Open,” Brandon Anderson, Christopher Brody Brown, Dernst Emile II and Bruno Mars; “MONTERO (Name Me By Your Title),” Denzel Baptiste, David Biral, Omer Fedi, Montero Hill and Roy Lenzo; “Peaches,” Louis Bell, Justin Bieber, Giveon Dezmann Evans, Bernard Harvey, Felisha “Fury” King, Matthew Sean Leon, Luis Manuel Martinez Jr., Aaron Simmonds, Ashton Simmonds, Andrew Wotman and Keavan Yazdani; “Proper On Time,” Brandi Carlile, Dave Cobb, Phil Hanseroth and Tim Hanseroth.

— Greatest new artist: Arooj Aftab; Jimmie Allen; Child Keem; Finneas; Glass Animals; Japanese Breakfast; The Child Laroi; Arlo Parks; Olivia Rodrigo; Saweetie.

— Greatest pop solo efficiency: “Anybody,” Justin Bieber; “Proper on Time,” Brandi Carlile; “Happier Than Ever,” Billie Eilish; “Positions,” Ariana Grande; “Drivers License,” Olivia Rodrigo.

— Greatest pop duo/group efficiency: “I Get a Kick Out of You,” Tony Bennett and Woman Gaga; “Lonely,” Justin Bieber and benny blanco; “Butter,” BTS; “Greater Energy,” Coldplay; “Kiss Me Extra,” Doja Cat that includes SZA.

— Greatest pop vocal album: “Justice (Triple Chucks Deluxe),” Justin Bieber; “Planet Her (Deluxe), Doja Cat; “Happier Than Ever,” Billie Eilish; “Positions,” Ariana Grande; “Bitter,” Olivia Rodrigo.

— Greatest conventional pop vocal album: “Love for Sale,” Tony Bennett and Woman Gaga; “’Til We Meet Once more (Dwell),” Norah Jones; “A Tori Kelly Christmas,” Tori Kelly; “Ledisi Sings Nina,” Ledisi; “That’s Life,” Willie Nelson; “A Holly Dolly Christmas,” Dolly Parton.

— Greatest dance/digital album: “Subconsciously,” Black Espresso; “Fallen Embers,” Illenium; “Music is the Weapon (Reloaded), Main Lazer; “Shockwave,” Marshmello; “Free Love,” Sylvan Esso; “Judgement,” Ten Metropolis.

— Greatest rock album: “Energy Up,” AC/DC; “Capitol Cuts – Dwell from Studio A,” Black Pumas; “No One Sings Like You Anymore Vol. 1,” Chris Cornell; “Medication at Midnight,” Foo Fighters; “McCartney III,” Paul McCartney.

— Greatest different music album: “Shore,” Fleet Foxes; “If I Can’t Have Love, I Need Energy,” Halsey; “Jubilee,” Japanese Breakfast; “Collapsed In Sunbeams,” Arlo Parks; “Daddy’s Residence,” St. Vincent.

— Greatest progressive R&B album: “New Gentle,” Eric Bellinger; “One thing to Say,” Cory Henry; “Temper Valiant,” Hiatus Kaiyote; “Desk for Two,” Fortunate Daye; “Dinner Social gathering: Dessert,” Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, ninth Marvel and Kamasi Washington; “Finding out Overseas: Prolonged Keep,” Masego.

— Greatest R&B album: “Short-term Highs in Violet Skies,” Snoh Aalegra; “We Are,” Jon Batiste; “Gold-Diggers Sound,” Leon Bridges; “Again of My Thoughts,” H.E.R.; “Heaux Tales,” Jazmine Sullivan.

— Greatest rap album: “The Off-Season,” J. Cole; “Licensed Lover Boy,” Drake; “King’s Illness II,” Nas; “Name Me If You Get Misplaced,” Tyler, the Creator; “Donda,” Kanye West.

— Greatest nation album: “Skeleton,” Brothers Osborne; “Keep in mind Her Title,” Mickey Guyton; “The Marfa Tapes,” Miranda Lambert, Jon Randall and Jack Ingram; “The Ballad of Dood and Juanita,” Sturgill Simpson; “Beginning Over,” Chris Stapleton.

— Greatest jazz vocal album: “Generations,” The Baylor Venture; “Superblue,” Kurt Elling and Charlie Hunter; “Time Traveler,” Nnenna Freelon; “Flor,” Gretchen Parlato; “Songwrights Apothecary Lab,” Esperanza Spalding.

— Greatest jazz instrumental album: “Jazz Choices: Music From and Impressed by Soul,” Jon Batiste; “Absence,” Terence Blanchard that includes The E Collective and the Turtle Island Quartet; “Skyline,” Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette and Gonzalo Rubalcaba; “Akoustic Band Dwell,” Chick Corea, John Patitucci and Dave Weckl; “Facet-Eye NYC (V1.IV),” Pat Metheny.

— Greatest gospel album: “Altering Your Story,” Jekalyn Carr; “Royalty: Dwell on the Ryman,” Tasha Cobbs Leonard; “Jubilee: Juneteenth Version,” Maverick Metropolis Music; “Jonny x Mali: Dwell in LA,” Jonathan McReynolds and Mali Music; “Consider for It,” CeCe Winans.

— Greatest up to date Christian music album: “No Stranger,” Natalie Grant; “Feels Like Residence Vol. 2,” Israel and New Breed; “The Blessing (Dwell),” Kari Jobe; “Citizen of Heaven (Dwell),” Tauren Wells; “Previous Church Basement,” Elevation Worship and Maverick Metropolis Music.

— Greatest Latin pop album: “Vértigo,” Pablo Alborán; “Mis Amores,” Paula Arenas; “Hecho a La Antigua,” Ricardo Arjona; “Mis Manos,” Camilo; “Mendó,” Alex Cuba; “Revelación,” Selena Gomez.

— Greatest Latin city album: “Afrodisíaco,” Rauw Alejandro; “El Último Tour del Mundo,” Dangerous Bunny; “Jose,” J Balvin; “KG0516,” Karol G; “Sin Miedo (Del Amor y Otros Demonios),” Kali Uchis.

— Greatest Latin rock or different album: “Deja,” Bomba Estéreo; “Mira Lo Que Me Hiciste Hacer (Deluxe Version), Diamante Eléctrico; “Origen,” Juanes; “Calambre,” Nathy Peluso; “El Madrileño, C. Tangana; “Sonidos de Karmática Resonancia,” Zoé.

— Greatest reggae album: “Pamoja,” Etana; “Optimistic Vibration,” Gramps Morgan, “Dwell N Livin,” Sean Paul; “Royal,” Jesse Royal; “Magnificence within the Silence,” Soja; “10,” Spice.

— Greatest spoken phrase album: “Aftermath,” LeVar Burton, “Carry On: Reflections for a New Era from John Lewis,” Don Cheadle; “Catching Desires: Dwell at Fort Knox Chicago,” “8:46,” Dave Chappelle and Amir Sulaiman; “A Promised Land,” Barack Obama.

— Greatest comedy album: “The Comedy Vaccine,” Lavell Crawford; “Evolution,” Chelsea Handler; “Sincerely Louis CK,” Louis C.Okay.; “Thanks for Risking Your Life,” Lewis Black; “The Biggest Common American,” Nate Bargatze; “Zero F—s Given,” Kevin Hart.

— Greatest compilation soundtrack for visible media: “Cruella”; “Pricey Evan Hansen”’ “Within the Heights,” “One Night time in Miami…”; “Respect”; “Schmigadoon! Episode 1”; “The USA vs. Billie Holliday.”

— Greatest rating soundtrack for visible media: “Bridgerton,” Kris Bowers; “Dune,” Hans Zimmer; “The Mandalorian: Season 2 – Vol. 2,” Ludwig Göransson; “The Queen’s Gambit,” Carlos Rafael Rivera; “Soul,” Jon Batiste, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

— Producer of the yr, non-classical: Jack Antonoff; Rogét Chahayed; Mike Elizondo; Hit-Boy; Ricky Reed.

— Greatest music video: “Shot within the Darkish,” AC/DC; “Freedom,” Jon Batiste; “I Get a Kick Out of You,” Tony Bennett and Woman Gaga; “Peaches,” Justin Bieber that includes Daniel Caesar and Giveon; “Happier Than Ever,” Billie Eilish; “MONTERO (Name Me by Your Title),” Lil Nas X; “Good 4 U,” Olivia Rodrigo.

— Greatest music movie: “Inside”; “David Byrne’s American Utopia”; “Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles”; “Music, Cash, Insanity…Jimi Hendrix in Maui”; “Summer season of Soul.”

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