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Whisper it quietly but could the Grammy Awards get it right this year?
Axar.az reports citing foreign media.
The ceremony, which takes place in Los Angeles on Sunday, is notorious for scoring its own goals, often rewarding middle-of-the-road heritage acts over cutting-edge, contemporary pop.
But this year's nominees are straight-down-the-line populist picks, with R&B star SZA leading the field on nine.
There will also be performances from big names ranging from Dua Lipa and Billie Eilish to Joni Mitchell and U2.
Comedian Trevor Noah will host for the fourth year running, overseeing a staggering 94 categories, from best contemporary Christian album to best audiobook, where Michelle Obama will square off against Meryl Streep.
Elsewhere, Phoebe Bridgers' indie-rock supergroup Boygenius, and pop star Victoria Monét have seven nominations each.
Chart stars Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Miley Cyrus, Lana Del Rey and Ice Spice also have multiple nominations in a female-led field.
2024.02.04 / 19:14