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Taylor Swift is on the way to breaking records

Taylor Swift is on the way to breaking records
Taylor Swift is on the way to breaking records
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Every year, the Grammy Awards are the most prestigious awards in the world of music, from musicians to music lovers. There are many speculations about who will get the award. This time is no exception.

However, the Recording Academy reduced their speculation by announcing the nomination list of this year. American pop singer Taylor Swift received half a dozen nominations at the 66th Grammy Awards. But he is not alone, his team includes stars like Jack Antonoff, John Batiste, Boyginius, Brandi Clark, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo.

It has been reported that Taylor Swift’s album ‘Midnights’ will compete in the ‘Album of the Year’ category. If he wins, he will be the first performing artist to win the award 4 times in this category. Taylor Swift’s hit single ‘Anti Hero’ also received nominations in the ‘Record of the Year’ and ‘Song of the Year’ categories.

SZA leads with 9 nominations. Photo: Collected

Meanwhile, American rapper, singer and songwriter SZA (Solana Imani Roe) is leading the way with 9 nominations this year. SZA is followed by Phoebe Bridgers, engineer Saraban Ghenia and Victoria Monnett. These three artistes have received 7 nominations each.

Also nominated for the first time is Ice Spice. He received nominations in the ‘Best New Artist’ and ‘Best Rap Song’ categories. He received this nomination for ‘Barbie World’ with Nicki Minaj. Note that the 66th edition of the Grammy Awards is scheduled to be held in Los Angeles on February 4.

The article is in Bengali

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