For the first time in Grammy history, one label has three superstars vying for three of the Big 4 prizes. Ron Perry's Columbia has Beyoncé, Harry Styles and Adele all up for Album, Record and Song of the Year; they've collectively garnered a whopping 22 nominations among them.

And with nods for Arcade Fire, ROSALÍA, Diplo and The Chainsmokers, Columbia’s final tally is a robust 28.

Styles Harry’s House, Beyoncé’s RENAISSANCE and Adele’s 30­ will go head-to-head in AOTY. Adele is attempting to make it three for three in the category, having won for 21 and 25, while Styles is in the Album category for the first time. Beyoncé is nominated for the fifth time for Album—without ever having taken home the hardware.

Elsewhere, Adele and Styles are vying for the Pop Vocal Album and Music Video prizes; ROSALÍA and Adele are in the running for Music Film; and Beyoncé and Diplo are competing for the Dance/Electronic Music trophies.

Will Grammy voters seize the opportunity to finally honor Queen Bey for Album of the Year now that she has more Grammy noms—88—than anyone besides her husband (with whom she is tied)? Oddsmakers will certainly have her as a favorite while the ballots are out. Meanwhile, Ron, Jen Mallory and the rest of Team Red are getting fitted for their formalwear.