Soon enough, the best music artists from all genres will come together to celebrate their achievements at this year’s 65th Annual Grammy Awards.
Broadcasting live from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles this Sunday (February 5), the ceremony will be hosted by comedian Trevor Noah, with the likes of Harry Styles and Lizzo performing.
Although the Grammy Awards have always been cited as music’s biggest night, this year, in particular, could be a big night for the many stars whose wins could break records.
With the help of VegasInsider.com, find out which talents could set major milestones below:
Nominated in multiple categories this year, Adele’s win for Song of the Year with “Easy on Me” could make her the first songwriter to win the category three times. (She previously won for “Rolling in the Deep” and “Hello”).
Competing in nine different categories is Beyoncé, who is about to become the biggest Grammy winner of all time. As long as the 28-time Grammy winner gets at least four wins, she will surpass the late conductor George Solti, who holds the current record with 31 total awards.
The latest nominations are tied with her husband, Jay-Z – who also received five nods this year – for the most nominated artist in history. Both have a whopping 83 nominations.
Amazingly, Taylor Swift has never won Song of the Year, even though she holds the record for the most nominated female singer for the category with a total of six nods.
If she wins for “All Too Well”, she will finally get her first Song of the Year title.
Bad Bunny may already be the most streamed artist in the world, but he could add to his global reign with Un Verano Sin Ti becoming the first Spanish album to win Album of the Year. Although the nomination was already a historic milestone, as it was the first Spanish-language album to earn a nod in the category.
This year, the “Empire State of Mind” rapper has a chance to overtake Kanye West to become the most awarded rapper of all time. West has a total of 24 wins, followed by Jay-Z with 23.
With seven nominations, if Carlile wins them all, she would surpass Beyoncé and Adele to become the most awarded female artist in a single night.
Two The Lady King The star wins a Grammy for Best Audiobook, Narration & Storytelling for her memoir Looking For Me, Davis could join the exclusive EGOT club, an elite group of performers who have received the four major entertainment awards: Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony. To date, only 17 people have held the title, including John Legend and Jennifer Hudson.
Find the full list of nominees here, all the night’s performers here and The Independentexpert Roisin O’Connor predicts winners here.
The 2023 Grammy Awards will air live on CBS and Paramount Plus on Sunday (February 5), beginning at 8pm EST / 5pm EST.
This article was written with the help of records collected from VegasInsider.com.