EARN NODS IN TOP CATEGORIES SUCH AS “SONG OF THE YEAR,”“BEST RAP ALBUM,”“BEST ROCK ALBUM,” & MORE
Speaking to the label’s enduring influence throughout popular culture, Epic Records artists dominate multiple categories at the 2023 GRAMMY® Awards. The roster has made its presence known across genres with a total of 16 nominations. The 2023 GRAMMY® Awards broadcasts live from the Crypto.com Arena in Hollywood on February 5!
Global mega-star DJ Khaled has scored six nominations, including “Song of the Year,” “Best Rap Song,” and “Best Rap Performance,” for “GOD DID” [feat. JAY-Z, Fridayy, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, & John Legend], “Best Rap Album” for GOD DID, and “Best Melodic Rap Performance” for “Beautiful” [feat. SZA & Future]. He also competes for “Best Album of the Year” for his contribution to Mary J Blige’s Good Morning Gorgeous [Deluxe].
Meanwhile, Atlanta icon Future has picked up six nominations. He garnered two entries for “Best Rap Song” with both “WAIT FOR U” [feat. Drake & Tems] and “Pushin P” [feat. Young Thug] with Gunna as well as two entries for “Best Melodic Rap Performance” for both “WAIT FOR U” and DJ Khaled’s “Beautiful.” Meanwhile, he landed nods in the categories of “Best Rap Album” for I NEVER LIKED YOUand “Best Rap Performance” for “Pushin P”
International superstar Camila Cabello has earned a nomination in the category of “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance” for “Bam Bam” [feat. Ed Sheeran].
Additionally, rock legend Ozzy Osbourne gathers four nods. “Patient Number 9”[feat. Jeff Beck” vies for “Best Rock Song” and “Best Rock Performance,” while “Degradation Rules” [feat. Tony Iommi] was nominated for “Best Metal Performance.” His latest album, Patient Number 9, received a nomination for “Best Rock Album.” This is the first time Ozzy’s been nominated as a solo artist in the rock category and his four nominations today match his career total.