Dubbed as "music's biggest night," the 62nd edition of the Grammy Awards for 2020 is finally upon us. Ahead of tonight's highly anticipated event, BAZAAR rounds up the nominees to look out for, from Billie Eilish and Ariana Grande to Taylor Swift and Post Malone...
Nominated for: Song of the Year for Always 'Remember Us This Way,' from A Star is Born
One to watch: Gaga's nomination this year means that the talented songstress has been nominated for A Star is Born for the second year in a row. Her song 'Shallow' previously won Best Original Song at last year's Oscars ceremony.
Nominated for: Song of the Year for 'Someone You Loved'
One to watch: Lewis Capaldi released his debut album back in May 2019, where 'Someone You Loved' rapidly topped the charts to take the No. 1 spot last year. We have high hopes for this talented Scotsman.
Nominated for: Best New Artist, Record of the Year for 'Truth Hurts,' Song of the Year for 'Truth Hurts,' Album of the Year for 'Cuz I Love You'
One to watch: As the most-nominated artist at the Grammys this year, Lizzo is definitely one to watch. Her hit song 'Truth Hurts' is also the longest running No. 1 song from a solo female rapper in Billboard history.
Nominated for: Song of the Year for 'Lover'
One to watch: With her nomination for 'Lover' this year, Taylor Swift could become just the fifth solo female songwriter in history to win Song of the Year. The award-winning artist, who was hailed as the Artist of the Decade at the AMAs last November, currently holds the record for the youngest artist to win a Grammy award for Album of the Year.
Nominated for: Best New Artist, Record of the Year for 'Bad Guy,' Song of the Year for 'Bad Guy,' Album of the Year for 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?'
One to watch: At just 18 years old, Billie Eilish is the youngest artist in Grammy history with nominations in all four major categories. Her debut album, 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?' was one of the best-selling albums of 2019.
Nominated for: Record of the Year for 'Sunflower' featuring Swae Lee
One to watch: Although it missed out on a nomination this year, Post Malone's 'Hollywood's Bleeding' had the fifth-biggest streaming debut week for an album in history. The rapper was previously nominated for Album of the Year in 2019.
Nominated for: Record of the Year for '7 Rings,' Album of the Year for 'Thank U, Next'
One to watch: Ariana Grande currently holds the record for the most amount of streams in a single day on Spotify. The popstar's latest album, 'Thank U, Next' broke the record for the biggest streaming week ever for a pop album in history.
Lil Nas X
Nominated for: Best New Artist, Record of the Year for 'Old Town Road' featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, Album of the Year for '7'
One to watch: Lil Nas X was catapulted into fame in 2019 after the release of his viral hit single, 'Old Town Road' featuring Billy Ray Cyrus. The song is currently the longest running No. 1 song in Billboard Hot 100 history.