Nominees, Host, Air Date and More


Are you ready for music’s biggest night? The 2021 Grammy Awards are basically right around the corner! Although things will look a bit different amid the coronavirus pandemic, viewers can still expect an incredible host, performances and star-studded nominees. To learn more, keep reading. 

When do the 2021 Grammys air?

The Grammy Awards will air on CBS on Sunday, January 31, at 8:00 p.m. ET.

Who’s hosting the 2021 Grammys?

Trevor Noah! “In a year that most human beings would love to forget, there has been one constant force that has brought us together — music,” the Daily Show host tweeted on November 24. “I’m truly honored to be hosting [the Grammys], a night celebrating all of our favorite artists who’ve helped keep us sane while we’re all stuck indoors!”

Who is performing at the 2021 Grammys?

As it stands, the performers have yet to be announced. However, given last year’s incredible line up — Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande, Alicia Keys, Billie Eilish, Aerosmith, Lizzo, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani — we have no doubt 2021 will be just as amazing.

Who are the 2021 Grammy Award nominees?

Album of the Year
Chilombo, Jhené Aiko
Black Pumas (Deluxe Edition), Black Pumas
Everyday Life, Coldplay
Djesse Vol. 3, Jacob Collier
Women in Music Pt. III, Haim
Future Nostalgia, Dua Lipa
Hollywood’s Bleeding, Post Malone
folklore, Taylor Swift

Best New Artist
Ingrid Andress
Phoebe Bridgers
Chika
Noah Cyrus
D Smoke
Doja Cat
Kaytranada
Megan Thee Stallion

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
“Un Dia (One Day),” J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny & Tainy
“Intentions,” Justin Bieber Featuring Quavo
“Dynamite,” BTS
“Rain On Me,” Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande
“Exile,” Taylor Swift featuring Bon Iver

Best Pop Vocal Album
Changes, Justin Bieber
Chromatica, Lady Gaga
Future Nostalgia, Dua Lipa
Fine Line, Harry Styles
folklore, Taylor Swift

Best Dance/Electronic Album
Kick I, Arca
Planet’s Mad, Baauer
Energy, Disclosure
Bubba, Kaytranada
Good Faith, Madeon

Best Rock Performance
“Shameika,” Fiona Apple
“Not,” Big Thief
“Kyoto,” Phoebe Bridgers
“The Steps,” HAIM
“Stay High,” Brittany Howard
“Daylight,” Grace Potter

Best Progressive R&B Album
Chilombo, Jhené Aiko
Ungodly Hour, Chloe x Halle
Free Nationals, Free Nationals
F*** Yo Feelings, Robert Glasper
It Is What It Is, Thundercat

Best Rap Performance
“Deep Reverence,” Big Sean Featuring Nipsey Hussle
“Bop,” DaBaby
“What’s Poppin,” Jack Harlow
“The Bigger Picture,” Lil Baby
“Savage,” Megan Thee Stallion Featuring Beyoncé
“Dior,” Pop Smoke

Best Country Album
Lady Like, Ingrid Andress
Your Life Is A Record, Brandy Clark
Wildcard, Miranda Lambert
Nightfall, Little Big Town
Never Will, Ashley McBryde

Best Latin Pop or Urban Album
YHLQMDLG, Bad Bunny
Por Primera Vez, Camilo
Mesa Para Dos, Kany García
Pausa, Ricky Martin
3:33, Debi Nova

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical
Black Hole Rainbow
Expectations
Hyperspace
Jaime
25 Trips

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
Jack Antonoff
Dan Auerbach
Dave Cobb
Flying Lotus
Andrew Watt

Best Rock Performance
Fiona Apple
Big Their
Kyoto
The Steps
Brittany Howard
Grace Potter

Best Rock Song
“Kyoto”
“Lost in Yesterday”
“Not”
“Shameika”
“Stay High”

Best Metal Performance
“Bum-Rush,” Body Count
“Underneath,” Code Orange
“The In-Between,” In This Moment
“BloodMoney,” Poppy
“Executioner’s Tax (Swing of the Axe) – Live,” Power Trip

Best Rock Album
A Hero’s Death, Fontaines DC,
Kiwanuka, Michael Kiwanuka
Daylight, Grace Potter
Sound & Fury, Sturgill Simpson
The New Abnormal, The Strokes

Best Remixed Recording
“Do You Ever (Rac Mix)”
“Imaginary Friends (Morgan Page Remix)”
“Praying for You (Louie Vega Main Remix)”
“Roses (Imanbek Remix)”
“Young & Alive (Bazzi Vs. Haywyre Remix)”

Best Engineered Album, Classical
Danielpour: The Passion of Yeshua
Gershwin: Porgy and Bess
Hynes: Fields
Ives: Complete Symphonies
Shostakovich: Symphony No. 13, “Babi Yar”

Producer of the Year, Classical
Blanton Alspaugh
David Frost
Jesse Lewis
Dmitriy Lipay
Elaine Martone

Best Instrumental Composition
Baby Jack
Be Water II
Plumfield
Sputnik
Strata

Best Music Film
Beastie Boys Story
Black Is King
We Are Freestyle Love Supreme
Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice

Best R&B Performance
“Lightning & Thunder,” Jhené Aiko featuring John Legend
“Black Parade,” Beyonce
“All I Need,” Collier featuring Mahalia & Ty Dolla $ign
“Goat Head,” Brittany Howard
“See Me,” Emily King

Best R&B Album
Happy 2 Be Here, Ant Clemons
Take Time, Giveon
To Feel Love/d, Luke James
Bigger Love, John Legend
All Rise, Gregory Porter

Best Music Video
“Adore You,” Harry Styles
“Brown Skin Girl,” Beyoncé
“Life Is Good,” Future featuring Drake
“Lockdown,” Anderson .Paak
“Goliath,” Woodkid

Best Pop Solo Performance
“Yummy,” Justin Bieber
“Say So,” Doja Cat
“Everything I Wanted,” Billie Eilish
“Don’t Start Now,” Dua Lipa
“Watermelon Sugar,” Harry Styles

Best Rap Song
“The Bigger Picture”
“The Box”
“Laugh Now Cry Later”
“Rockstar”
“Savage”

Best Rap Album
Black Habits, D Smoke
Alfredo, Freddie Gibbs & The Alchemist
A Written Testimony, Jay Electronica
King’s Disease, Nas
The Allegory, Royce Da 5’9″



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Sara Wilson

Sara Wilson is a short story author, novelist, and award-winning poet. She has work appearing or forthcoming in over forty venues, including Black Static, Fireside, and Buzzy Mag. When she’s not frightening strangers with her writing, she’s most likely frightening her husband and their two mischievous cats.

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