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Beyoncé And Jay-Z Got The Most Grammy Nominations Of All Time

The Grammy award nomination announcement brings Beyoncé's total nominations in her career so far to 88.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z are soulmates and fans can see their love in their career as well. Beyoncé tied Jay-Z with the most Grammy nominations in history. The Break My Soul singer scooped up a total of nine nods for the 64th Grammys for her seventh studio album Renaissance, including Record of the Year, Album of the Year and Song of the Year.

Beyonce is the leading contender at the 2023 Grammy Awards with nine nominations. The pop star’s house effort Renaissance is up for album of the year while her No. 1 hit, ‘Break My Soul,’ earned bids for song and record of the year. She also earned three R&B nominations, one for her Oscar-nominated track ‘Be Alive’ and two in the dance category, a first for the singer.

The Grammy award nomination announcement brings Beyoncé’s total nominations in her career so far to 88, putting her right next to her husband atop the most-nominated artist. The “Empire State of Mind” artist also secured some Grammy’s love, picking up five nominations, including rap performance and song of the year. Following behind the dynamic duo is Paul McCartney with 81 nods and Quincy Jones, who has picked up 80 nominations over his career.

Beyoncé’s major milestone is just one of the groundbreaking moments during the Grammy nominations. Meanwhile, previously, Beyonce and Jay-Z were both put on the Oscar shortlist of 15 contenders for Best Original Song, as Variety reported. Meanwhile, Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti became the first Spanish-language album to receive a nomination in the Album of the Year category. It’s also the first album to receive the Album of the Year nod at both the Grammys and the Latin Grammys.

Other notable moves are Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift, with the rapper’s album Mr Morale & The Big Steppers being his fourth studio album to be nominated for Album of the Year, making him the first artist from any genre to be nominated with four consecutive studio albums since Billy Joel in 1983. As for Swift, she picked up her sixth Song of the Year nomination for “All Too Well (10-Minute Version” joining the small group of Paul McCartney and Lionel Richie as the top nominees in the category. Taylor also expressed her excitement in her Instagram stories.

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