Everything you need to know about the 65th Grammy Awards

The first lady of the United States, Jill Biden, as well as the singer Cardi B and the actress Viola Davis will be part of the presenting cast of the 65th Grammy Awards, the United States Recording Academy announced Wednesday.

The comedian James Corden, the composer Billy Cristal, the actor Dwayne Johnson and the artists Olivia Rodrigo (winner of three Grammys) and Shania Twain (five Grammys) will also take the stage to give way to some of the categories of a gala that will will be held next Sunday.

The master of ceremonies is once again the renowned comedian Trevor Noah, who will perform this role for the third consecutive year.

Who will sing live?

The Academy announced last week that the event will feature live performances by Mary J. Blige, Brandi Carlile, Luke Combs, Steve Lacy, Lizzo, Kim Petras, Sam Smith, Harry Styles and Bad Bunny.

Learn more about the nominees

Bad Bunny is nominated in the best album of the year section for the successful Un Verano Sin Ti and could be one of the big surprises of the night.

This is the first time in the career of the Puerto Rican icon that he has received a mention for one of the main categories of the American Grammys.

In addition, he opts for best solo pop album for the same album and for best solo pop performance with the song Moscow Mule.

Although the favorite of this edition is Beyoncé, who will seek to further expand her musical legacy with the Renaissance record work, which earned her nine nominations and could elevate her as the performer with the most gramophones in history.

The record is set by Hungarian conductor Georg Solti with 31 awards, while she currently shares second place with Quincy Jones and The Beatles, adding 28 awards each.

In terms of the number of nominations, hip hop artist Kendrick Lamar, with eight, and singers Adele and Brandi Carlile, with seven each, follow Beyoncé’s lead at the 65th Grammy Awards.

The Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, known for being the home of the Los Angeles Lakers, will host the ceremony after the celebration moved to Las Vegas in an exceptional way last year.}


Album of the Year: Voyage, ABBA; 30, Adele; A summer without you, Bad Bunny; Renaissance, Beyonce; 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.

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

Best New Artist: Anitta; Omar Apollo; DOMi & JD Beck; Muni Long; Samara Joy; Latto; Manekskin; Tobe Nwigwe; Molly Tuttle; Wet Leg.

Songwriter of the Year: Amy Allen; Nija Charles; Tobia Jesso Jr.; The-Dream; Laura Veltz.

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/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 Pop Vocal Album: “Voyage,” ABBA; “30,” Adele; “Music of the Spheres,” Coldplay; “Special,” Lizzo; “Harry’s House”, Harry Styles.

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 Dance/Electronic Album: “Renaissance,” Beyoncé; “Fragments”, Bonobo; “Diplo”, Diplo; “The Last Goodbye,” ODESZA; “Surrender,” Rufus Du Sol.

Best Rock Album: “Dropout Boogei,” The Black Keys; “The Boy Named If,” Elvis Costello and the Imposters; “Crawler”, Idles; “Mainstream Sellout,” Machine Gun Kelly; “Patient Number 9,” Ozzy Osbourne; “Lucifer on the Sofa,” Spoon.

Best Alternative Music Album: “WE,” Arcade Fire; “Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe You,” Big Thief; “Fossora”, Björk; “Wet Leg”, Wet Leg; “Cool It Down”, Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

Best Progressive R&B Album: “Operation Funk,” Cory Henry; “Gemini Rights,” Steve Lacy; Drones, Terrace Martin; “Starfruit,” Moonchild; “Red Balloon”, Tank and the Bangas.

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 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 Country Album: “Growing Up,” Luke Combs; “Palomino,” Miranda Lambert; “Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville,” Ashley McBryde; “Humble Quest,” Maren Morris; “A Beautiful Time”, Willie Nelson.

Best Vocal Jazz Album: “The Evening: Live at Apparatus,” The Baylor Project; “Linger Awhile,” Samara Joy; “Fade to Black,” Carmen Lundy; “Fifty,” The Manhattan Transfer with the WDR Funkhausorchester; “Ghost Song”, Cécile McLorin Salvant.

Best Jazz Instrumental Album: “New Standards Vol. 1,” Terri Lyne Carrington, Kris Davis, Linda May Han Oh, Nicholas Payton and Matthew Stevens; “Live in Italy”, Peter Erskine Trio; “Long Gone,” Joshua Redman, Brad Mehidau, Christian McBride and Brian Blade; “Live at the Detroit Jazz Festival”, Wayne Shorter, Terri Lyne Carrington, Leo Genovese and Esperanza Spalding; “Parallel Motion”, Yellowjackets.

Best Latin Jazz Album: “Fandango At The Wall In New York”, Arturo O’Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra with The Congra Patria Son Jarocho Collective; “Crisálida”, Danilo Pérez with The Global Messengers; “If You Will,” Flora Purim; “Rhythm & Soul”, Arturo Sandoval; “Music of the Americas”, Miguel Zenón.

Best Gospel Album: “Die to Live,” Maranda Curtis; “Breakthrough: The Exodus (Live),” Ricky Dillard; “Clarity,” DOE; “Kingdom Book One Deluxe,” Maverick City Music and Kirk Franklin; “All things New”, Tye Tribbett

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album: “Lion,” Elevation Worship; “Breathe,” Maverick City Music; “Life After Death,” Toby Mac; “Always,” Chris Tomlin; “My Jesus,” Anne Wilson.

Best Latin Pop Album: “Aguilera,” Christina Aguilera; “Pasieros”, Rubén Blades and Boca Livre; “From Inside to Outside”, Camilo; “Traveler”, Fonseca; “Dharma +”, Sebastián Yatra.

Best urban music album: “Trap Cake, Vol. 2”, Rauw Alejandro; “A summer without you”, Bad Bunny; “Legendaddy,” Daddy Yankee; “La 167”, Farruko; “The Love & Sex Tape”, Maluma.

Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album: “El alimento”, Cimafunk; “Ink and time”, Jorge Drexler; “1940 Carmen”, Mon Laferte; “Allegory”, Gaby Moreno; “The wild years”, Fito Páez; “Motomami”, Rosalia.

Best regional Mexican music album (including Tejano): “Abeja reina”, Chiquis; “A song for Mexico – The musical”, Natalia Lafourcade; “The Meeting (Deluxe)”, Los Tigres Del Norte; “EP #1 Outlaw”, Christian Nodal; “I can’t wait to see you (Deluxe)”, Marco Antonio Solís.

Best Tropical Latin Album: “Pa’lla Voy”, Marc Anthony; “I want to see you happy”, La Santa Cecilia; “Side A Side B”, Víctor Manuelle; “Legendary”, Tito Nieves; “Latino Images”, Spanish Harlem Orchestra; “Cumbiana II”, Carlos Vives

Best Reggae Album: “The Kalling”, Kabaka Pyramid; “Gifted,” Koffee; “Scorch,” Sean Paul; “Third Time’s the Charm”, Protoje; “Eat Fly Wid Mi”, Shaggy.

Best Poetry Recitation Album: “Black Men Are Precious,” Ethelbert Miller; “Call Us What We Carry: Poems,” Amanda Gorman; “Hiding in Plain View,” Malcolm-Jamal Warner; “The Poet Who Sat By the Door,” J. Ivy; “You Will be Someone’s Ancestor. Act Accordingly.”, Amir Sulaiman.

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 Compiled Soundtrack for an Audiovisual Media: “Elvis”; “Charm”; “Stranger Things: Soundtrack from the Netflix Series, Season 4 (Vol 2); “Top Gun: Maverick”; West Side Story.

Best Song Composed for Audiovisual Media: “Be Alive” by “King Richard,” Beyoncé and Darius Scott Dixson; “Carolina” from “Where the Crawdads Sing,” Taylor Swift; “Hold My Hand” by “Top Gun: Maverick,” Bloodpop and Stefani Germanotta; “Keep Rising” by “The Woman King,” Angelique Kidjo, Jeremy Lutito and Jessy Wilson; “Nobody Like U” by “Turning Red,” Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell; “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from “Encanto”, Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Best Soundtrack for an Audiovisual Media: “The Batman”, Michael Giacchino; “Charm”, Germaine Franco; “No Time to Die,” Hans Zimmer; “The Power of the Dog,” Jonny Greenwood; “Succession: Season 3,” Nicholas Britell.

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Jack Antonoff; Dan Auerbach; Boi-1da; Dahi; Dernst “D’mile” Emile II.

Best Music Video: “Easy on Me,” Adele; “Yet to Come”, BTS; “Woman,” Doja Cat; “The Heart Part 5,” Kendrick Lamar; “As It Was,” Harry Styles; “All Too Well: The Short Film,” Taylor Swift.

Best Musical Film: “Adele One Night Only”; “Our World”; “Billie Eilish Live at the O2”; “Motomami (Rosalía Tiktok Live Performance)”; “Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story”; “A Band A Brotherhood A Barn”.

Best Soundtrack for Video Games and Other Interactive Media: “Aliens: Fireteam Elite,” Austin Wintory; “Assasin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarok,” Stephanie Economou; “Call of Duty: Vanguard,” Bear McCreary; “Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy,” Richard Jacques; “Old World”, Christopher Tin.

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