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Here’s Who Might Make History During the Grammys

Here's Who Might Make History During the Grammys

Las Vegas (AP) — Many Grammy Awards Artists like Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo and John Battist have a chance to enter the show’s history books on Sunday.

Through his song “Happier Than Ever”, Eilish became the first artist to win the Record of the Year three times in a row, and became the only artist, along with Paul Simon, to take the award three times. She is in position to be the only artist to join Adele in winning three major categories – Record, Song and Album – twice. She previously won for “Bad Guy” and “Everything I Wanted”.

Trevor Noah returns as Grammy host for a second time, In January the ceremony moved from Los Angeles to Las Vegas due to rising COVID-19 cases and Omicron Editions, with organizers citing the “too high risk” of hosting a performance-filled show at the time. It airs live at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS and Paramount+.

If Eilish wins in all seven of her nominated categories, she’ll be the woman to win the most Grammys in a year (HER, Doja Cat and Rodrigo can do the same). But it could be a daunting feat, with Eilish facing some stiff competition for the show’s top prize — Album of the Year — which was expanded to 10 nominees.

Eilish is nominated for Best Music Film with his concert “Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles”. But that same category includes Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s “Summer of Soul,” which recently won an Oscar for best documentary.

Even if Eilish comes through with six wins, she’ll be bonding with Beyoncé and Adele—which isn’t bad company.

Rodrigo has the opportunity to join Eilish and Christopher Cross, the only artists to win all four major categories (Best New Artist, Album, Record and Song of the Year). The 19-year-old “Driver’s License” singer could follow Eilish’s remarkable record with “Sour” becoming the second youngest album winner of the year.

The only person who can win the most Grammys in one night is John Battist, who enters the awards with a major 11 nominations. If Batiste wins in eight categories, he will add Michael Jackson and the rock band Santana for the record.

The multi-genre artist and Oscar-winning batiste may be having a tough time pulling it off with competition in the Record and Album of the Year categories. He could go far into the fields of jazz, Native American music, and classical.

HER, which won Song of the Year last year for “I Can’t Breathe,” may go one after the other. She’s nominated this year for the soulful “Fight for You”, the poignant lyrics to the “Judas and the Black Messiah” soundtrack written by HER, producer D’Mile, and singer Tiara Thomas. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song last year.

The awards would be without several big names: Drake and The Weeknd both decided not to attend the Grammys. Yeh, who changed his name from Kanye West, said that he was told that his acting was removed from the show.

This could be a bitter moment for the following Foo Fighters Recently its drummer Taylor Hawkins died., The rock band could extend their record for best rock album win with five for “Medicine at Midnight”.

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallions will battle it out to see who becomes the first woman to win Best Rap Performance as a Solo Artist. The stallion, who won the award with Beyoncé last year, is nominated for her song “That’s (asterisk) (asterisk)) while Cardi B gears up for her crossover hit “Up.”

Mickey Gayton was the first black woman to be nominated for Best Country Singles Performance last year, and now she’s back in the category. If she wins, she will be the first black woman to receive this award.

In rap, Jay-Z can extend his record as the most respected rapper of all time with 23 wins. He’s up for three nominations—two in the Best Rap Song category for his songwriting on DMX’s “Bath Salts” and Kanye West’s “Jail.” He is also up for Album of the Year for his guest appearance in West’s “Donda”.

A healthy dose of performers will take to the stage at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, including Sonic Silk, HER, Chris Stapleton, Cynthia Erivo, Jack Harlow, Nas, Leslie Odom Jr., and the Brothers Osborne.

Artists competing with Eilish for Album of the Year include Rodrigo, John Battist, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, HER, Taylor Swift, Lil Nas X and Kanye West.

On the production side, Surban could add Genia Al Schmidt as the engineer-mixer, winning the most Grammys with 20. He has won a total of 18 trophies in his career and entered the awards with five nominations for his work on Doja Cat’s “Planet Her”. And Lil Nas X’s “Montero.” Genia could extend his record as an engineer-mixer with the most albums of the year, winning five.

Although more than 80 prizes will be presented – about 10 during the live broadcast and the rest during the pre-ceremony – the audience will most likely be watching for the performance.

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Drashti Jain