The nominations for the 2022 Grammy Awards have been announced, so expect some unexpected snubs. The 2021 Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, were held virtually because of the pandemic. This year, however, they will have an in-person ceremony in Los Angeles on Monday, January 31. The ceremony will be broadcast on CBS in real-time.
Two new categories will likewise make a big appearance at the 2022 Grammy Awards show: Best Global Music Performance (Global Music Field) and Best Música Urbana Album (Latin Music Field).
Previously at Grammys, R & B Performance triumph for 'Black Parade', Beyoncé set a new record for the most Grammys won by a female artist. After 'After Hours' and 'Blinding Lights' garnered no nominations for the Grammys in 2021, the Weeknd stated his decision to boycott the awards show in the future.
It is always highly anticipated that who will get Grammy designations for Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Best New Artist, and so on.
"It's been a year of unprecedented, transformational change for the Recording Academy," Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr. said in April. "I'm immensely proud to be able to continue our journey of growth with these latest updates to our awards process."
The complete current number of Grammy Award classifications presently remains at an astounding 88.
Several changes have come to pass at the Recording Academy and its handling of the Grammys since the 2021 ceremony. This year, the Recording Academy abolished nominations evaluation committees in general and genre areas, meaning that winners would instead be decided by a majority of Recording Academy voting members in a peer-to-peer vote.
The Recording Academy announced the nominations for the 64th Grammy Awards presentation during its second-annual virtual Livestream event from the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning, adhering to tight safety precautions in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Here you can watch all the selected nominees for the grammy!