Songs by Beyonce and Billie Eilish are up for the Song of the Year award.
Songs by singers Beyonce and Billie Eilish are up for a Grammy award in the Song of the Year category. This was announced on Tuesday by representatives of the National Academy of recording arts and technology of the United States during a video broadcast on the Grammy website.
The award-nominated songs Black Parade Beyonce, Everything I Wanted Billie Eilish, Cardigan Taylor Swift, Don’t Start Now British Dua Lipa. Also, the songs The Box by rapper Roddy Rich, Circles Post Malone (real name Austin Post), If the World Was Ending by Canadian J. P. Saxe and American Julia Michaels, as well as the song I Can’t Breathe by singer H. E. R. (Gabriella Wilson), dedicated to an African-American Jdor Floyd, who died after being detained by police in Minneapolis (Minnesota), claim to win in this category.
“A best new artist.”
The Academy included singer Phoebe Bridgers and Noah Cyrus among the nominees for the Grammy music award in the category “Best new artist.”
Along with them, Ingrid Andress, Chica (real name Jane Oranica), D Smoke (Daniel Farris), Doja Cat (Amala Dlamini), Megan Thee Stallion (Megan Pete), and Canadian DJ Kaytranada (Louis Celestine) are competing for the award in this category. Last time, the award in this category was awarded to singer Billie Eilish. The 63rd Grammy Awards will be broadcast by CBS on Sunday, January 31, at 8 p.m.
The National Academy of recording arts and technology was founded in the United States in 1957. The first Grammy Awards ceremony was held on May 4, 1959. The award was presented in various cities in the United States: Los Angeles, New York, Chicago (Illinois), Nashville (Tennessee). In recent years, the event, with rare exceptions, has been held on the Staples Center sports complex in Los Angeles.