- Nominations for the 2023 Grammy Awards were announced on Tuesday.
- Beyoncé, Bad Bunny, Taylor Swift, and Kendrick Lamar all made history with their nominations.
- Beyoncé now has the most nominations in Grammys history with 89, surpassing her husband Jay-Z.
Beyoncé received 10 nods on Tuesday for her dance-pop masterpiece "Renaissance," including album of the year.
This brings her career total nominations to 89, surpassing her husband Jay-Z, who previously held the record. (He also received three nominations this year for his feature on DJ Khaled's "God Did" and an additional two for his work on "Renaissance," bringing his own total up to 88.)
Beyoncé received her eighth nomination for record of the year for "Break My Soul," breaking her tie with Frank Sinatra for the most of any artist in history.
"Un Verano Sin Ti" will be the first album recorded entirely in Spanish to compete for the Grammys' most prestigious award — just one year after Bad Bunny's brilliant third album, "El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo," was shut out of major categories.
"Un Verano Sin Ti" is also the first project in history to receive album of the year nods at both the Grammys and the Latin Grammys.
Taylor Swift was nominated for four Grammys this year, including song of the year for "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)."
This marks Swift's sixth nomination for song of the year, making her the most-nominated woman in that category. She is tied with Paul McCartney and Lionel Richie for the most ever.
"All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" is also notable as a rerecorded song nominated in a major category.
Swift decided to recreate her first six studio albums after the legal rights to her early catalog were purchased by Scooter Braun, whom she described as a "bully." Braun subsequently sold Swift's masters to a private-equity company called Shamrock Holdings.
Her first rerecorded album, "Fearless (Taylor's Version)," was released in April 2021. Swift declined to submit any of its songs for Grammys consideration that year.
Kendrick Lamar is now tied with Ye (formerly known as Kanye West) for the rapper with the most album of the year nominations (as a lead artist).
Unlike Ye, however, Lamar has received nods for four consecutive releases: 2012's "Good Kid, M.A.A.D City," 2015's "To Pimp a Butterfly," 2017's "Damn," and 2022's "Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers."