Grammys 2018: Which breakout NJ star just scored 5 nominations?

  • Grammys 2018: Which breakout NJ star just scored 5 nominations?

Grammys 2018: Which breakout NJ star just scored 5 nominations?

The 60th Grammy Awards are going to be held in January in New York City.

Music's biggest night is just a few weeks away.

The nominees for the 60th annual Grammy Awards have left a number of social media users up in arms.

Read on for a look at the upcoming awards show and what we know so far about the event. "I just came off this couple months tour from Japan and I'm already kind of beat by that, and this wave of emotions starts coming along from this Grammy". But when it comes to rock- and rock-adjacent categories (and more amorphous designations like "alternative", all genres in which women have historically been marginalized) the recording academy did not see fit to include any of the outstanding records by women this year-not to mention queer and gender-nonconforming musicians, who are still consistently underrepresented across categories.

Even the soulful British singer used her time on stage to acknowledge Beyonce's "monumental" album, calling her the "artist of my life" and asking: "what the f*** does she have to do to win album of the year?". Kendrick Lamar received seven nominations, for his album "DAMN" and the song "Humble".

The 2018 Grammy nominations have been officially announced - and we can't help but notice that one of the songs nominated has a very interesting connection to one of The Real Housewives of Atlanta pals.

So many handsome talented women/friends of mine are nominated & ughh it's so incredible to see @alessiacara @sza @lorde @imjmichaels #Kehlani! thrive! There is some justice in Lorde's nomination for Album of the Year, making her the only woman nominee in that category.

The nominees include Childish Gambino, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Bruno Mars and Lorde.

The Logic tune with Alessia Cara and Khalid, "1-800-273-8255", Jay-Z's "4:44", Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's track with Justin Bieber, "Despacito", the Julia Michaels song "Issues" and Bruno Mars' "That's What I Like" are all included in the category.