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The 2023 Grammy Awards nominations have been revealed and have crowned superstar Beyonce the most-nominated artist in Grammy history. She ties with her husband Jay-, with a total of 88 nods.

The 41-year-old star earned 9 nominations, 3 of which are in the Big Four categories. Her album “Renaissance” is nominated for “Album Of The Year”, and “Break My Soul” is up for both “Record Of The Year” and Song Of The Year”. She also picked up nods for “Best Dance/Electronic Recording” (“Break My Soul”), “Best Dance/Electronic Music Album” (“Renaissance”), “Best R&B Performance (“Virgo’s Groove”), “Best Traditional R&B Performance” (“Plastic Off the Sofa”), “Best R&B Song” (“Cuff It”) and “Best Song Written For Visual Media” (“Be Alive”).

Closely behind is Kendrick Lamar who received 8 nominations. The Compton rapper is also up for “Record Of The Year” and “Song Of The Year” with “The Heart Part 5” and “Album Of The Year” for “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers.” Elsewhere, Lamar’s “The Heart Part 5” is nominated for “Best Rap Performance”, “Best Rap Song” and “Best Music Video”. “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” also earned a nod for “Best Rap Album.”

The 65th Grammys recognize recordings released from October 1, 2021, to September 30, 2022. This year, 16,741 eligible entries were submitted for consideration, down from nearly 22,000 last year.

The 2023 Grammy Awards will be presented on Sunday, February 5, at Los Angeles’ Crypto.com Arena. See the full list of nominees on the Grammys’ website.

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