Upon the announcement of the 2023 GRAMMY nominees, take a look at some of the unique firsts that artists like Beyoncé, Adele and BTS are celebrating.
The nominations for the 2023 GRAMMYs are officially here, and those who received nods are rejoicing. Of course, there are several artists who are celebrating GRAMMY nominations for the first time — as GRAMMY.com will highlight in January — but there are also several previous GRAMMY nominees with notable firsts this year.
For one, Beyoncé adds two new categories to her impressive GRAMMY resumé, earning two nods in the Dance/Electronic Music Field. (She earned a total of nine nominations, bringing her total to 88, which ties her and Jay-Z as the most nominated artists in GRAMMY history.) Bad Bunny and BTS also made history with their nominations, taking their global superstar statuses to an even higher level.
Those are just a few examples of firsts that came out of the 2023 GRAMMY nominations. Be sure to tune into the show on Feb. 5, 2023 — and in the meantime, check out some of the ways history could be made yet again on the GRAMMYs stage.