The 65th edition of the Grammy Awards will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Centre from 6.30am (IST) on Monday. The awards will be announced for various categories, including general field, pop, dance and electronic music, Contemporary Instrumental Music, rock, alternative, R&B, rap, country; new age, ambient, or chant; jazz, Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music, Latin, American Roots Music, Reggae, Global Music, Children’s, Spoken Word, Comedy, Musical Theatre, Music for Visual Media, Composing/Arranging; package, notes and historical; songwriting, production, classical, music/video film.
Recordings and compositions released between October 2021 and September 2022 have been considered for the awards.
The list of nominees was announced in November, 2022. Beyonce has received the highest number of nominations this year, nine in all, for her 2022 album titled 'Renaissance'. With this, Beyonce has earned 88 Grammy nominations till date, a record she shares with her rapper-husband Jay Z, who received five nominations at this year’s awards function.
Beyonce is also expected to perform at this year’s event, which will also see performances by musicians Bad Bunny, Mary J Blige, Brandi Carlile, Luke Combs, Steve Lacy, Lizzo, Sam Smith, and Kim Petras. Jay-Z may also perform along with DJ Khalid during the event.
Where to watch the Grammys
According to the Grammys’ website, the 2023 Grammys will broadcast live on the CBS Television Network and stream live and on demand on Paramount+ in the United States at 8-11:30 pm ET/5-8:30 pm PT on Sunday. The event won't be available live in India and viewers can visit the Grammy website (www.grammy.com) to check out the details. Last year, however, the Grammy awards was available for viewing on SonyLiv.
Who is hosting the 2023 Grammys?
Grammy-nominated comedian, actor and former host of “The Daily Show” Trevor Noah will host the show, for the third consecutive year. He had hosted the Grammys in 2021 and 2022.