The 63rd annual Grammy Awards are coming up this Sunday, and Billboard wants to know who you hope wins the most awards out of all the nominees.
Beyoncé is this year’s leading nominee with nine, including two nominations for record of the year: for her own “Black Parade” and as a featured artist on Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage.” Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa and Roddy Ricch each received six nods. If Lipa wins album, record and song of the year for her disco-pop sophomore album Future Nostalgia and its single “Don’t Start Now” after winning best new artist in 2019, she’ll be the fourth artist to complete their Big Four career scorecard, following Christopher Cross, Adele and Billie Eilish, who is up for four nods including record and song of the year for “Everything I Wanted.”
If Swift wins album of the year for Folklore, it would give her a third career win in the category, making her the first woman with three album of the year trophies. And in the spirit of women leading the Grammys pack, Brittany Howard has the most nominations (five) of anyone who didn’t receive a nod in any of the Big Four categories, and they span four separate fields — rock, alternative, R&B and American roots.