The 2023 Grammy Awards take place today (Sunday, February 5) in Los Angeles. Beyoncé has the most nominations this year with nine in total. Kendrick Lamar has eight nominations, and Adele and Brandi Carlile each got seven. A bunch of artists (including Future, Harry Styles, Mary J. Blige, DJ Khaled, Terius “The-Dream” Gesteelde-Diamant, and Randy Merrill) each picked up six nominations, and Jay-Z nabbed five nominations, tying him with his wife, Beyoncé, for the most nominations in Grammys history, as each Carter has now been nominated 88 times.
Follow along below with the complete list of 2023 Grammy Award winners.
The 2023 Grammys are bound to be exciting with Beyoncé and Adele facing off for the first time since 2017. Once again, they’ll compete in the Record, Album, and Song of the Year categories. Back in 2017, Adele swept all three categories, causing a bit of a controversy within the music community. Even Adele seemed conflicted about her victory; she called Beyoncé “the artist of [her] life” during her Album of the Year acceptance speech and said the award should have gone to Lemonade.
For the third consecutive year, Trevor Noah is hosting the main Grammys ceremony, which takes place at Crypto.com Arena, broadcasts on CBS Television Network, and streams on Paramount+. Performers during the show include Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Stevie Wonder, Migos rapper Quavo, and Glorilla, among many others. The main ceremony begins at 8 p.m. Eastern.
Find out how to watch and livestream the Grammys, and see the list of all of the 2023 performers. Plus, check out Pitchfork’s live blog, and follow along with all of Pitchfork’s coverage of the 2023 Grammy Awards.