Beyoncé, Bowie, Stranger Things & More: The 2017 Grammy Nominations

The 2017 awards season can begin: The Grammy nominations have been released. Here are a few of the major awards up for grabs on the music industry's biggest night of the year.

Album of the Year

Adele - 25
Beyoncé - Lemonade
Drake - Views
Justin Bieber - Purpose
Sturgill Simpson - A Sailor’s Guide to Earth

Record of the Year

Adele - Hello
Beyonce - Formation
Rihanna - Work
Twenty One Pilots - Stressed Out
Lukas Graham - 7 Years

Best New Artist

Anderson .Paak
Chance the Rapper
Maren Morris
The Chainsmokers
Kelsea Ballerini

Best Rock Performance

Alabama Shakes - Joe (Live From Austin City Limits)
Beyoncé feat. Jack White - Don't Hurt Yourself
David Bowie - Blackstar
Disturbed - The Sound Of Silence (Live On Conan)
Twenty One Pilots - Heathens

Best Alternative Music Album

Bon Iver - 22, A Million
David Bowie - Blackstar
PJ Harvey - The Hope Six Demolition Project
Iggy Pop - Post Pop Depression
Radiohead - A Moon Shaped Pool

Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media

Thomas Newman - "Bridge of Spies"
Ennio Morricone - "Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight"
Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto - "The Revenant"
John Williams - "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein - "Stranger Things Vol. 1"
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein - "Stranger Things Vol. 2"

Best Comedy Album

David Cross - ...America...Great...
Margaret Cho - American Myth
Tig Notaro - Boyish Girl Interrupted
Amy Schumer - Live at the Apollo
Patton Oswalt - Talking for Clapping

Song of the Year

Beyoncé - Formation
Adele - Hello
Mike Posner - I Took a Pill in Ibiza
Justin Bieber - Love Yourself
Lukas Graham - 7 Years

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards air February 12, 2017 on CBS. Will you be watching? Or are you more of a Homer Simpson when it comes to the Grammys?

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