Beyoncé leads the 2017 Grammy Awards with 9 nominations:

- Album Of The Year - LEMONADE
- Record Of The Year - Formation
- Song Of The Year - Formation
- Best Rock Performance - Don’t Hurt Yourself
- Best Pop Solo Performance - Hold Up
- Best Music Video - Formation
- Best Rap/Sung Performance - Freedom
- Best Urban Contemporary Album - LEMONADE
- Best Music Film - LEMONADE


Beyoncé leads the nominations for the 59th Grammy Awards with 9 nominations including:

“LEMONADE”- Album Of The Year

“FORMATION”- Record Of The Year

“FORMATION”- Song Of The Year

“Hold Up”- Best Pop Solo Performance

“Don’t Hurt Yourself” - Beyoncé Feat. Jack White- Best Rock Performance

“LEMONADE”- Best Urban Contemporary Album

“Freedom”- Beyoncé Featuring Kendrick Lamar- Best Rap/Sung Performance


“FORMATION”- Best Music Video


Beyoncé now has 62 Grammy nominations and is 4th most nominated artist in the history of the GRAMMYS.


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Beyoncé’s genre-smashing behemoth leads the 2017 Grammy Awards nominations with nine nods, including album of the year. She is joined in the category by Adele’s 25, Drake’s Views, Justin Bieber’s Purpose and Sturgill Simpson’s A Sailor’s Guide to Earth.

In addition to record and song of the year nominations for defiant lead single Formation, Beyoncé is recognized across a variety of song categories. Hold Up is competing for best pop solo performance, Don’t Hurt Yourself (featuring Jack White) is up for best rock performance and Freedom (with Kendrick Lamar) is contending for best rap/sung performance. Lemonade, which Beyoncé unveiled as a one-hour HBO special this spring, is also nominated for best music film and urban contemporary album, while Formation’s visual is up for best music video.