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Grammys: These 5 artists who could make history

Grammys: These 5 artists who could make history
For the first time, the 64th annual ceremony will be held in Las Vegas, away from its traditional Los Angeles home. This year’s event, hosted by Trevor Noah, also brings voting changes. and two new categories.

And several artists in this year’s class of nominees, from hip hop to jazz to pop, could break records.

Here are five nominees, some familiar names, some newcomers, on the cusp of making history.

Kanye West, now calling himself Ye, might not be welcome this year as a performer at the Grammys, but he’ll earn a place in history if he beats Jay-Z’s 23 wins — tops for a hip hop artist. have 22 Grammy Awards and is nominated for five moreincluding album of the year for “Donda”.
But it won’t be easy. Not to be left out, Jay-Z has three nominations this year, including two with Ye for “Donda” and best rap song for “Jail.”


bts boy band made history last year as the first Korean pop stars to earn a Grammy nomination in the Pop Duo/Group Performance category. If their album “Butter” wins in that category this year, they will be the first K-pop act to win a Grammy.
BTS has already made history as the first Korean artists to take the stage at the 2019 Grammys, when they presented the award for Best R&B Album.

olivia rodriguez

Pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo has been nominated for seven awards for her debut album“Sour,” which includes best new artist, album of the year, song of the year and record of the year, the latter two for their soulful ballad “Drivers License.”

If he takes home all those awards, the 19-year-old Rodrigo could become the second-youngest artist to sweep all four main Grammy categories: best album, song, record and new artist.

In 2020, Billie Eilish became the youngest soloist in sweeps the four most important awards of the Grammy. she was 18

To match his feat, Rodrigo will also need to get past Eilish. The recent Oscar winner is also nominated in three main categories.

tony bennett

Tony Bennett won for the first time album of the year for “I Left My Heart In San Francisco”at the fifth annual Grammy ceremony. That was in 1963, and he’s still getting Grammy nominations decades later.
Bennett has five nominations this year for his collaboration with Lady Gaga, including for album of the year and record of the year. The pair are nominated for their cover of Cole Porter’s “I Get a Kick Out of You,” a song written some 88 years ago.
At 95, Bennett is the oldest person. ever release an album of new material, featuring some of their greatest successes of the last decade.

John Batista

Singer Jon Batiste leads all artists this year with 11 Grammy nominations across different genres, including record of the year, album of the year, best improvised jazz solo, and best R&B album.

Batiste has a jazz background and serves as bandleader and musical director on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” His Grammy Awards come from his work on the soundtrack for the Pixar film “Soul” and his 2021 album “We Are.”

If Batiste takes home at least nine awards on Sunday, he will mark another milestone: overtaking Michael Jackson and Santana as the artists who have won the most Grammy Awards in a year. both received eight Grammy Awards each in 1984 and 2000, respectively.

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Drashti Jain