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11/25/20

Sony/ATV has plenty of reasons to celebrate with nominations across the board for the 63rd Grammy Awards.

Beyoncé leads with 9 noms in categories like ROTY, SOTY and more, becoming the second-most nominated act in Grammy history with 79 noms throughout her career.

Other Sony/ATV repped songwriters with top award nominations include Frank Dukes and Louis Bell for SOTY and ROTY, Aaron Dessner for SOTY, AOTY and Best Pop Vocal Album, and producer Jack Antonoff for Producer of the Year, AOTY and Best Pop Vocal Album.

Songwriters/producers Koz and Lindgren also contributed to Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia, which is up for AOTY and Best Pop Vocal Album. Also receiving nods for the event’s top celebrated honors are Bobby Sessions and Jorden Thorpe for ROTY and Best Rap Song for Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage,” JP Saxe for SOTY, Rostam for AOTY, Miranda Lambert for Best Country Song and Lady Gaga, BTS and Tainy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.

Sony/ATV Chairman/CEO Jon Platt says, “Sony/ATV’s songwriters have shown incredible creativity and perseverance over the last year, and their 2021 GRAMMY nominations could not be more well-deserved. I’m proud to celebrate the achievements of all our songwriter nominees as they continue making history with their music.”

The 63rd annual Grammy Awards will take place on Sunday, 1/31 and will be broadcasted on CBS at 8pm et/5pm PT.