Beyonce Equals Jay-Z as Most Nominated Artists in GRAMMY Awards History



Music icon Beyoncé has been nominated in no less than nine categories at the upcoming Grammy Awards – and has once again made history.

Along with the nominations, our Queen B has become the most well-known artist in the history of the awards, with no less than 88 nominations – tied with her husband, Jay-Z.

Remember that the winners will be announced on February 05, 2023.

Check out the official tracklist:

Enjoy watching:

1. I am that girl
2. comfortable
3. Alien Superstar
4. Handcuff him
5. Energy (with Beam)
6. Break My Soul
7. Church Girl
8. Plastic on the sofa
9. Virgo Groove
10. Move (with Grace Jones and Tems)
11. Heated
12. Ethics
13. All in Your Mind
14. America has a problem
15. Pure/Honey
16. Summer Rebirth

In 2018, Queen-B collaborated with her husband, Jay-Z, on the joint album ‘Everything Is Love’; a year later, he released the live album “Homecoming”, to celebrate his performances at the Coachella Festival; in 2019, released “The Lion King: The Gift”, to celebrate the live-action remake of “The Lion King”; in 2020, he released the musical film ‘Black Is King’, which won an Emmy Award statuette; and, finally, won two more Grammy Awards with “Black Parade”, which won the statuette for best R&B performance, and “Be Alive”, original song from “King Richard – Creating Champions”, which earned a nomination for the Oscars.

Additionally, Beyoncé made history at the 2021 Grammys by becoming the most decorated woman in awards history, with no less than 28 figures.

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