GRAMMYs 2021 will be held on Sunday, January 31, 2021 on the CBS network in the US. With just about 2 months to go for the award show, the GRAMMYs 2021 nominations have been revealed across the 84 categories. Trevor Noah is back to host the live stream of the ceremony, which won't be held with a live audience for the first time. Let's now have a look at the biggest highlights of GRAMMYs 2021 nominations.

Beyonce clearly ruled the GRAMMYs 2021 nominations with a total of 9 nominations, making her the most nominated female in Grammy history.

It was the year of women as others including Taylor Swift and Dua Lipa, alongside Roddy Ricch, won 6 nominations each. These included the biggest categories of record of the year, song of the year, and album of the year.

Country singer Mickey Guyton made Grammy history becoming the first Black female solo artist to be nominated in any country category. Then you got other usual suspects including Justin Bieber, Harry Styles, Post Malone, Billie Eilish, and more.

Apart from that, there were a lot of new entrants to the nominations, promoting the name of Grammy as a platform that awards young new talent.

You can find out the entire list of GRAMMYs 2021 nominations here.

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