Grammys’ Novel! Tyla Wins 1st Best African Music Performance, Taylor Swift Album Of The Yr 4th Time, New Record


Tyla at the 66th GRAMMY Awards on February 4, 2024, in Los Angeles, California.

During Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech for the best pop vocal album Grammy for her album Midnights, the singer announced the release of her next album, The Tortured Poets Department.

Miley Cyrus accepts the Grammy Awards for record of the year for her song “Flowers” on February 4, 2024.

Africa on Sunday night recorded a significant stride as the Recording Academy easily handed Tyla, Johannesburg-born singer, the Grammy for Best African Music Performance in the category’s first year. It was also a night that Taylor Swift won album of the year at the Grammy Awards for “Midnights”, breaking the record for most wins in the category with four.

However, nominations for the Best African Music Performance category which the “Water” singer won, had alongside ASAKE & Olamide, Burna Boy, Davido featuring Musa Keys and Ayra Starr. Tyla’s hit single peaked last month at number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Said Tyla as she accepted the award: “I never thought I’d say I won a Grammy at 22 years old. Thank you to the Recording Academy for this category. Last year God decided to change my whole life. It’s so important”.

The category for Best African Music Performance is one of three new categories featured at the 2024 Grammys, along with Best Alternative Jazz Album and Best Pop Dance Recording. Australian pop star Kylie Minogue took home the latter award for “Padam Padam”.

For Tailor Swift, it was an unprecedented outing on a night she became the first artiste to win the most in the Album of the year category.

Said she as she began her speech by thanking her producer and friend Jack Antonoff: “I would love to tell you this is the happiest moment of my life”.

Swift further told the crowd, that she felt this happy when she creates music and plays shows.

Earlier in the night, Taylor Swift used her 13th Grammy win on Sunday to announced her new album, “Tortured Poets Department”, would arrive April 19.

Said she while accepting the best pop vocal album award: “I know that the way that the Recording Academy voted is a direct reflection of the passion of the fans. So, I want to say thank you to the fans by telling you a secret that I’ve been keeping from you for the last two years which is that my brand-new album comes out April 19. It’s called ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ I’m gonna go and post the cover right now backstage”.

One of the night’s biggest awards, record of the year, went to Miley Cyrus for “Flower”, her second-ever Grammy and second of the night.

Said she in her speech: “This award is amazing. But I really hope that it doesn’t change anything because my life was beautiful yesterday”.

Victoria Monét won best new artiste. Said she as she stated her acceptance speech: “Thank you to the champagne-servers tonight. Thanks to my mom, a single mom raising this really bad girl”.

Then she started to cry, telling the room that this award was “15 years in the making”.

Billie Eilish won song of the year for writing the “Barbie” hit, “What Was I Made For?”

“Thank you to Greta Gerwig for making the best movie of the year,” Eilish said during her acceptance speech.

It was just one of several standout moments from Sunday’s show, broadcast live from Arena in downtown Los Angeles.

Karol G made Grammy history Sunday by becoming the first female performer to win best música urbana album for her blockbuster “Mañana Será Bonito” record.

“This is my first time at the Grammys,” she told the audience in English. “And this is my first time holding my own Grammy”.

Performances were many. Olivia Rodrigo brought her bloodsucking ballad “vampire” – or in this case, bloodletting, as red liquid dripped from the walls behind her. Joni Mitchell, 80, made Grammy history by performing “Both Sides Now” from her 1969 album, “Clouds”; Travis Scott did a medley of “My Eyes”, “I Know?”, and “Fein”. Burna Boy was joined by Brandy and 21 Savage and did “On Form”, “City Boys”, and “Sittin’ on Top of the World”.

A long and touching In Memoriam segment celebrated many of the musical greats lost in the year. Stevie Wonder performed “For Once in My Life” and “The Best Is Yet To Come” in honor of Tony Bennett; Annie Lennox delivered “Nothing Compares 2 U” for Sinéad O’Connor. “Artistes for ceasefire, peace in the world”, Lennox said at the end of the song, her fist extended in the air.

Jon Batiste did a medley of “Ain’t No Sunshine”, “Lean On Me”, and finally “Optimistic” with Ann Nesby for the late great music exec Clarence Avant. Oprah introduced a fiery Tina Turner tribute of “Proud Mary” by Fantasia Barrino and Adam Blackstone.

SZA also took the stage – performing a medley of her larger-than-life hits “Snooze” and “Kill Bill”, joined by dancers wielding katanas. Later, she’d take home the trophy for best R&B song — for “Snooze”, handed to her by Lizzo. SZA ran to the stage and gave a charming, out of breath speech because she was “changing, and then I took a shot”, before starting to tear up and saying, “Hi Taylor… I’m not an attractive crier. Have a good evening”.

Mariah Carey presented the night’s first award, for best pop solo performance, to Miley Cyrus for “Flowers”. It was also the singer’s first ever Grammy.

Afterward, Luke Combs’ delivered a heartfelt rendition of “Fast Car” with Tracy Chapman – his cover of the Chapman classic has dominated country radio and won him song of the year at the 2023 CMAs. In 1989, Chapman won best pop vocal performance, female for the song.

Dua Lipa opened the show with a high-octane medley: first, a tease of her forthcoming single, “Training Season”, then, her most recent single, “Houdini”, and finally, her disco-pop “Barbie” hit “Dance the Night”.

Eilish and Finneas brought their “Barbie” ballad to the Grammys stage with live string accompaniment, the second of two songs from the blockbuster film in one hour. They were followed by Cyrus, who performed “Flowers” for the first time live on television – moments after receiving her first ever Grammy.

“Why are you acting like you don’t know this song?” she teased the crowd — John Legend and wife Chrissy Teigen were among those in the audience who got up to dance — and later cheered mid-song, “I just won my first Grammy!”

Four-time Grammy host — and two time nominee — Trevor Noah greeted an excited crowd, starting things off with a kiss on the cheek from Meryl Streep. “The Grammys are gonna win as Oscar,” he joked about the moment.

Best country album went to Lainey Wilson for “Bell Bottom Country”, — her very first Grammy — as presented by Kacey Musgraves. “I’m a fifth-generation farmer’s daughter,” she told the crowd, adding that she’s a “songwriting farmer”, and that’s where the musical magic came from.

Jay-Z was awarded the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award and used his speech to talk about the hip-hop greats that came before him – and heavily suggesting at the Grammys history of placing rap on the backburner – or at the very least, not in the televised version of the show. (This year, there were no rap categories on screen, but two pop, one Latin, one country and one R&B.)

Said he: “We want you all to get it right. At least get it close to right”, before switching focus to Beyoncé. “Most Grammys, never won album for the year. How does that work?”

Bridgers took an early lead at the Grammys, quickly winning four trophies ahead of the main telecast, with her and her boygenius bandmates bringing an infectious energy to the Premiere Ceremony.

Songwriter Justin Tranter gave her the first award Sunday, best pop duo/group performance, which went to SZA and Bridgers for “Ghost in the Machine”.

Jack Antonoff took home producer of the year, non-classical for a third year in a row, tying Babyface as the only other producer to do so consecutively. “You need the door kicked open for you,” he said in his acceptance speech. “Taylor Swift kicked that (expletive) door open for me”, referencing their work together.

The first of three new categories in 2024, best pop dance recording, was given out shortly afterward and went to Kylie Minogue for “Padam Padam” — her first win in 18 years.

About 80 Grammys were handed out pre-broadcast. Regional Mexican star Peso Pluma won his first Grammy for his first and only nomination, for best música Mexicana album for his “Genesis”.

Best African music performance, a new category which aims to highlight regional musical traditions and recognising “recordings that utilise unique local expressions from across the African continent,” went to South African singer Tyla for her ubiquitous hit, “Water”.

Killer Mike won three awards in quick succession Sunday night, but somehow ended up in police custody before the main Grammys ceremony began. Police spokesperson Officer Mike Lopez said Mike being detained stemmed from an altercation inside the arena around 4 p.m.

The rapper won his first first Grammy in 21 years, for best best rap performance went to Killer Mike Featuring André 3000, Future and Eryn Allen Kane for “Scientists & Engineers”. Soon afterward, they won for “best rap song”. Killer Mike also took home best rap album for “Michael”, cheering, “It is a sweep! It is a sweep!”

The 2024 Grammy Awards broadcast is airing live on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+ at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.

Here are the 2024 Grammy Award winners

  1. Record Of The Year

“Worship” by Jon Batiste
“Not Strong Enough” by boygenius
“Flowers” by Miley Cyrus
“What Was I Made For?” by Billie Eilish
“On My Mama” by Victoria Monét
“Vampire” by Olivia Rodrigo
“Anti-Hero” by Taylor Swift
“Kill Bill” by SZA

  1. Album Of The Year

World Music Radio by Jon Batiste
the record by boygenius
Endless Summer Vacation by Miley Cyrus
Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd by Lana Del Rey
The Age Of Pleasure by Janelle Monáe
GUTS by Olivia Rodrigo
Midnights by Taylor Swift

  1. Song Of The Year

“A&W” – Jack Antonoff, Lana Del Rey & Sam Dew, songwriters (Lana Del Rey)
“Anti-Hero” – Jack Antonoff & Taylor Swift, songwriters (Taylor Swift)
“Butterfly” – Jon Batiste & Dan Wilson, songwriters (Jon Batiste)
“Dance The Night” – Caroline Ailin, Dua Lipa, Mark Ronson & Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (Dua Lipa)
“Flowers” – Miley Cyrus, Gregory Aldae Hein & Michael Pollack, songwriters (Miley Cyrus)
“Kill Bill” – Rob Bisel, Carter Lang & Solána Rowe, songwriters (SZA)
“Vampire” – Daniel Nigro & Olivia Rodrigo, songwriters (Olivia Rodrigo)
“What Was I Made For?” – Billie Eilish O’Connell & Finneas O’Connell, songwriters (Billie Eilish)

  1. Best New Artist

Gracie Abrams
Fred again..
Ice Spice
Jelly Roll
Coco Jones
Noah Kahan
Victoria Monét
The War And Treaty

  1. Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical

Jack Antonoff
Dernst “D’Mile” Emile II
Metro Boomin
Daniel Nigro

  1. Songwriter of the Year, Non-Classical

Edgar Barrera
Jessie Jo Dillon
Shane McAnally
Theron Thomas
Justin Tranter

  1. Best Pop Solo Performance

“Flowers” by Miley Cyrus
“Paint The Town Red” by Doja Cat
“What Was I Made For?” by Billie Eilish
“Vampire” by Olivia Rodrigo
“Anti-Hero” by Taylor Swift

  1. Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

“Thousand Miles” by Miley Cyrus featuring Brandi Carlile
“Candy Necklace” by Lana Del Rey featuring Jon Batiste
“Never Felt So Alone” by Labrinth featuring Billie Eilish
“Karma” by Taylor Swift featuring Ice Spice
“Ghost In The Machine” by SZA featuring Phoebe Bridgers

  1. Best Pop Vocal Album

Chemistry by Kelly Clarkson
Endless Summer Vacation by Miley Cyrus
GUTS by Olivia Rodrigo

  • by Ed Sheeran
    Midnights by Taylor Swift
  1. Best Dance/Electronic Recording

“Blackbox Life Recorder 21F” by Aphex Twin
“Loading” by James Blake
“Higher Than Ever” by Before Disclosure
“Strong” by Romy & Fred again..
“Rumble” by Skrillex, Fred again.. & Flowdan

  1. Best Pop Dance Recording

“Baby Don’t Hurt Me” by David Guetta, Anne-Marie & Coi Leray
“Miracle” by Calvin Harris Featuring Ellie Goulding
“Padam Padam” by Kylie Minogue
“One In A Million” by Bebe Rexha & David Guetta
“Rush” by Troye Sivan

  1. Best Dance/Electronic Music Album

Playing Robots Into Heaven by James Blake
For That Beautiful Feeling by The Chemical Brothers
Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022) by Fred again..
Kx5 by Kx5
Quest For Fire by Skrillex

  1. Best Rock Performance

“Sculptures Of Anything Goes” by Arctic Monkeys
“More Than A Love Song” by Black Pumas
“Not Strong Enough” by boygenius
“Rescued” by Foo Fighters
“Lux Æterna” by Metallica

  1. Best Metal Performance

“Bad Man” by Disturbed
“Phantom Of The Opera” by Ghost
“72 Seasons” by Metallica
“Hive Mind” by Slipknot
“Jaded” by Spiritbox

  1. Best Rock Song

“Angry” – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards & Andrew Watt, songwriters (The Rolling Stones)
“Ballad Of A Homeschooled Girl” – Daniel Nigro & Olivia Rodrigo, songwriters (Olivia Rodrigo)
“Emotion Sickness” – Dean Fertita, Joshua Homme, Michael Shuman, Jon Theodore & Troy Van Leeuwen, songwriters (Queens Of The Stone Age)
“Not Strong Enough” – Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers & Lucy Dacus, songwriters (boygenius)
“Rescued” – Dave Grohl, Rami Jaffee, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett & Pat Smear, songwriters (Foo Fighters)

  1. Best Rock Album

But Here We Are by Foo Fighters
Starcatcher by Greta Van Fleet
72 Seasons by Metallica
This Is Why by Paramore
In Times New Roman… by Queens Of The Stone Age

  1. Best Alternative Music Performance

“Belinda Says” by Alvvays
“Body Paint” by Arctic Monkeys
“Cool About It” by boygenius
“A&W” by Lana Del Rey
“This Is Why” by Paramore

  1. Best Alternative Music Album

The Car by Arctic Monkeys
The Record by boygenius
Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd by Lana Del Rey
Cracker Island by Gorillaz
I Inside The Old Year Dying by PJ Harvey

  1. Best R&B Performance

“Summer Too Hot” by Chris Brown
“Back To Love” by Robert Glasper featuring SiR & Alex Isley
“ICU” by Coco Jones
“How Does It Make You Feel” by Victoria Monét
“Kill Bill” by SZA

  1. Best Traditional R&B Performance

“Simple” by Babyface featuring Coco Jones
“Lucky” by Kenyon Dixon
“Hollywood” by Victoria Monét featuring Earth, Wind & Fire & Hazel Monét
“Good Morning” by PJ Morton featuring Susan Carol
“Love Language” by SZA

  1. Best R&B Song

“Angel” – Halle Bailey, Theron Feemster & Coleridge Tillman, songwriters (Halle)
“Back To Love” – Darryl Andrew Farris, Robert Glasper & Alexandra Isley, songwriters (Robert Glasper Featuring SiR & Alex Isley)
“ICU” – Darhyl Camper Jr., Courtney Jones, Raymond Komba & Roy Keisha Rockette, songwriters (Coco Jones)
“On My Mama” – Dernst Emile II, Jeff Gitelman, Victoria Monét, Kyla Moscovich, Jamil Pierre & Charles Williams, songwriters (Victoria Monét)
“Snooze” – Kenny B. Edmonds, Blair Ferguson, Khris Riddick-Tynes, Solána Rowe & Leon Thomas, songwriters (SZA)

  1. Best Progressive R&B Album

Since I Have A Lover by 6LACK
The Love Album: Off The Grid by Diddy
Nova by Terrace Martin And James Fauntleroy
The Age Of Pleasure by Janelle Monáe

  1. Best R&B Album

Girls Night Out by Babyface
What I Didn’t Tell You (Deluxe) by Coco Jones
Special Occasion by Emily King
JAGUAR II by Victoria Monét
CLEAR 2: SOFT LIFE EP by Summer Walker

  1. Best Rap Performance

“The Hillbillies” by Baby Keem featuring Kendrick Lamar
“Love Letter” by Black Thought
“Rich Flex” by Drake & 21 Savage
“SCIENTISTS & ENGINEERS” by Killer Mike featuring André 3000, Future And Eryn Allen Kane
“Players” by Coi Leray

  1. Best Melodic Rap Performance

“Sittin’ On Top Of The World” by Burna Boy Featuring 21 Savage
“Attention” by Doja Cat
“Spin Bout U” by Drake & 21 Savage
“All My Life” by Lil Durk featuring J. Cole
“Low” by SZA

  1. Best Rap Song

“Attention” – Rogét Chahayed, Amala Zandile Dlamini & Ari Starace, songwriters (Doja Cat)
“Barbie World” – Isis Naija Gaston, Ephrem Louis Lopez Jr. & Onika Maraj, songwriters (Nicki Minaj & Ice Spice Featuring Aqua)
“Just Wanna Rock” – Mohamad Camara, Symere Woods & Javier Mercado, songwriters (Lil Uzi Vert)
“Rich Flex” – Brytavious Chambers, Isaac “Zac” De Boni, Aubrey Graham, J. Gwin, Anderson Hernandez, Michael “Finatik” Mule & Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, songwriters (Drake & 21 Savage)
“SCIENTISTS & ENGINEERS” – Andre Benjamin, Paul Beauregard, James Blake, Michael Render, Tim Moore & Dion Wilson, songwriters (Killer Mike Featuring André 3000, Future And Eryn Allen Kane)

  1. Best Rap Album

Her Loss by Drake & 21 Savage
MICHAEL by Killer Mike
HEROES & VILLAINS by Metro Boomin
King’s Disease III by Nas
UTOPIA by Travis Scott

  1. Best Spoken Word Poetry Album

A-You’re Not Wrong B-They’re Not Either: The Fukc-It Pill Revisited by Queen Sheba
For Your Consideration’24 -The Album by Prentice Powell and Shawn William
Grocery Shopping With My Mother by Kevin Powell
The Light Inside by J. Ivy
When The Poems Do What They Do by Aja Monet

  1. Best Jazz Performance

“Movement 18′ (Heroes)” by Jon Batiste
“Basquiat” by Lakecia Benjamin
“Vulnerable (Live)” by Adam Blackstone Featuring The Baylor Project & Russell Ferranté
“But Not For Me” by Fred Hersch & esperanza spalding
“Tight” by Samara Joy

  1. Best Jazz Vocal Album

For Ella 2 by Patti Austin featuring Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band
Alive At The Village Vanguard by Fred Hersch & Esperanza Spalding
Lean In by Gretchen Parlato & Lionel Loueke
Mélusine by Cécile McLorin Salvant
How Love Begins by Nicole Zuraitis

  1. Best Jazz Instrumental Album

The Source by Kenny Barron
Phoenix by Lakecia Benjamin
Legacy: The Instrumental Jawn by Adam Blackstone
The Winds Of Change by Billy Childs
Dream Box by Pat Metheny

  1. Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album

The Chick Corea Symphony Tribute – Ritmo by ADDA Simfònica, Josep Vicent, Emilio Solla
Dynamic Maximum Tension by Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society
Basie Swings The Blues by The Count Basie Orchestra Directed By Scotty Barnhart
Olympians by Vince Mendoza & Metropole Orkest
The Charles Mingus Centennial Sessions by Mingus Big Band

  1. Best Latin Jazz Album

Quietude by Eliane Elias
My Heart Speaks by Ivan Lins With The Tblisi Symphony Orchestra
Vox Humana by Bobby Sanabria Multiverse Big Band
Cometa by Luciana Souza & Trio Corrente
El Arte Del Bolero Vol. 2 by Miguel Zenón & Luis Perdomo

  1. Best Alternative Jazz Album

Love In Exile by Arooj Aftab, Vijay Iyer, Shahzad Ismaily
Quality Over Opinion by Louis Cole
SuperBlue: The Iridescent Spree by Kurt Elling, Charlie Hunter, SuperBlue
Live At The Piano by Cory Henry
The Omnichord Real Book by Meshell Ndegeocello

  1. Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

To Steve With Love: Liz Callaway Celebrates Sondheim by Liz Callaway
Pieces Of Treasure by Rickie Lee Jones
Bewitched by Laufey
Holidays Around The World by Pentatonix
Only The Strong Survive by Bruce Springsteen
Sondheim Unplugged (The NYC Sessions), Vol. 3

  1. Best Contemporary Instrumental Album

As We Speak by Béla Fleck, Zakir Hussain, Edgar Meyer, Featuring Rakesh Chaurasia
On Becoming by House Of Waters
Jazz Hands by Bob James
The Layers by Julian Lage
All One by Ben Wendel

  1. Best Musical Theater Album

Kimberly Akimbo – John Clancy, David Stone & Jeanine Tesori, producers; Jeanine Tesori, composer; David Lindsay-Abaire, lyricist (Original Broadway Cast)
Parade – Micaela Diamond, Alex Joseph Grayson, Jake Pedersen & Ben Platt, principal vocalists; Jason Robert Brown & Jeffrey Lesser, producers; Jason Robert Brown, composer & lyricist (2023 Broadway Cast)
Shucked – Brandy Clark, Jason Howland, Shane McAnally & Billy Jay Stein, producers; Brandy Clark & Shane McAnally, composers/lyricists (Original Broadway Cast)
Some Like It Hot – Christian Borle, J. Harrison Ghee, Adrianna Hicks & NaTasha Yvette Williams, principal vocalists; Mary-Mitchell Campbell, Bryan Carter, Scott M. Riesett, Charlie Rosen & Marc Shaiman, producers; Scott Wittman, lyricist; Marc Shaiman, composer & lyricist (Original Broadway Cast)
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street – Annaleigh Ashford & Josh Groban, principal vocalists; Thomas Kail & Alex Lacamoire, producers (Stephen Sondheim, composer & lyricist) (2023 Broadway Cast)

  1. Best Country Solo Performance

“In Your Love” by Tyler Childers
“Buried” by Brandy Clark
“Fast Car” by Luke Combs
“The Last Thing On My Mind” by Dolly Parton
“White Horse” by Chris Stapleton

  1. Best Country Duo/Group Performance

“High Note” by Dierks Bentley featuring Billy Strings
“Nobody’s Nobody” by Brothers Osborne
“I Remember Everything” by Zach Bryan featuring Kacey Musgraves
“Kissing Your Picture (Is So Cold)” by Vince Gill & Paul Franklin
“Save Me” by Jelly Roll with Lainey Wilson
“We Don’t Fight Anymore” by Carly Pearce featuring Chris Stapleton

  1. Best Country Song

“Buried” – Brandy Clark & Jessie Jo Dillon, songwriters (Brandy Clark)
“I Remember Everything” – Zach Bryan & Kacey Musgraves, songwriters (Zach Bryan Featuring Kacey Musgraves)
“In Your Love” – Tyler Childers & Geno Seale, songwriters (Tyler Childers)
“Last Night” – John Byron, Ashley Gorley, Jacob Kasher Hindlin & Ryan Vojtesak, songwriters (Morgan Wallen)
“White Horse” – Chris Stapleton & Dan Wilson, songwriters (Chris Stapleton)

  1. Best Country Album

Rolling Up The Welcome Mat by Kelsea Ballerini
Brothers Osborne by Brothers Osborne
Zach Bryan by Zach Bryan
Rustin’ In The Rain by Tyler Childers
Bell Bottom Country by Lainey Wilson

  1. Best American Roots Performance

“Butterfly” by Jon Batiste
“Heaven Help Us All” by Blind Boys Of Alabama
“Inventing The Wheel” by Madison Cunningham
“You Louisiana Man” by Rhiannon Giddens
“Eve Was Black” by Allison Russell

  1. Best Americana Performance

“Friendship” by Blind Boys Of Alabama
“Help Me Make It Through The Night” by Tyler Childers
“Dear Insecurity” by Brandy Clark featuring Brandi Carlile
“King Of Oklahoma” by Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit
“The Returner” by Allison Russell

  1. Best American Roots Song

“Blank Page” – Michael Trotter Jr. & Tanya Trotter, songwriters (The War And Treaty)
“California Sober” – Aaron Allen, William Apostol & Jon Weisberger, songwriters (Billy Strings Featuring Willie Nelson)
“Cast Iron Skillet” – Jason Isbell, songwriter (Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit)
“Dear Insecurity” – Brandy Clark & Michael Pollack, songwriters (Brandy Clark Featuring Brandi Carlile)
“The Returner” – Drew Lindsay, JT Nero & Allison Russell, songwriters (Allison Russell)

  1. Best Americana Album

Brandy Clark by Brandy Clark
The Chicago Sessions by Rodney Crowell
You’re The One by Rhiannon Giddens
Weathervanes by Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit
The Returner by Allison Russell

  1. Best Bluegrass Album

Radio John: Songs of John Hartford by Sam Bush
Lovin’ Of The Game by Michael Cleveland
Mighty Poplar by Mighty Poplar
Bluegrass by Willie Nelson
Me/And/Dad by Billy Strings
City Of Gold by Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway

  1. Best Traditional Blues Album

Ridin’ by Eric Bibb
The Soul Side Of Sipp by Mr. Sipp
Life Don’t Miss Nobody by Tracy Nelson
Teardrops For Magic Slim Live At Rosa’s Lounge by John Primer
All My Love For You by Bobby Rush

  1. Best Contemporary Blues Album

Death Wish Blues by Samantha Fish And Jesse Dayton
Healing Time by Ruthie Foster
Live In London by Christone “Kingfish” Ingram
Blood Harmony by Larkin Poe
LaVette! By Bettye LaVette

  1. Best Folk Album

Traveling Wildfire by Dom Flemons
I Only See The Moon by The Milk Carton Kids
Joni Mitchell At Newport [Live] by Joni Mitchell
Celebrants by Nickel Creek
Jubilee by Old Crow Medicine Show
Seven Psalms by Paul Simon
Folkocracy by Rufus Wainwright

  1. Best Regional Roots Music Album

Tie — New Beginnings by Buckwheat Zydeco Jr. & The Legendary Ils Sont Partis Band
Live At The 2023 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival by Dwayne Dopsie & The Zydeco Hellraisers
Tie — Live: Orpheum Theater Nola by Lost Bayou Ramblers & Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
Made In New Orleans by New Breed Brass Band
Too Much To Hold by New Orleans Nightcrawlers
Live At The Maple Leaf by The Rumble Featuring Chief Joseph Boudreaux Jr.

  1. Best Gospel Performance/Song

“God Is Good” – Stanley Brown Featuring Hezekiah Walker, Kierra Sheard & Karen Clark Sheard; Stanley Brown, Karen V Clark Sheard, Kaylah Jiavanni Harvey, Rodney Jerkins, Elyse Victoria Johnson, J Drew Sheard II, Kierra Valencia Sheard & Hezekiah Walker, songwriters
“Feel Alright (Blessed)” – Erica Campbell; Erica Campbell, Warryn Campbell, William Weatherspoon, Juan Winans & Marvin L. Winans, songwriters
“Lord Do It For Me (Live)” – Zacardi Cortez; Marcus Calyen, Zacardi Cortez & Kerry Douglas, songwriters
“God Is” – Melvin Crispell III
“All Things” – Kirk Franklin; Kirk Franklin, songwriter

  1. Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

“Believe” by Blessing Offor; Hank Bentley & Blessing Offor, songwriters
“Firm Foundation (He Won’t) [Live]” by Cody Carnes
“Thank God I Do” by Lauren Daigle; Lauren Daigle & Jason Ingram, songwriters
“Love Me Like I Am” by for KING & COUNTRY featuring Jordin Sparks
“Your Power” by Lecrae & Tasha Cobbs Leonard
“God Problems” by Maverick City Music, Chandler Moore & Naomi Raine; Daniel Bashta, Chris Davenport, Ryan Ellis & Naomi Raine, songwriters

  1. Best Gospel Album

I Love You by Erica Campbell
Hymns (Live) by Tasha Cobbs Leonard
The Maverick Way by Maverick City Music
My Truth by Jonathan McReynolds
All Things New: Live In Orlando by Tye Tribbett

  1. Best Contemporary Christian Music Album

My Tribe by Blessing Offor
Emanuel by Da’ T.R.U.T.H.
Lauren Daigle by Lauren Daigle
Church Clothes 4 by Lecrae
I Believe by Phil Wickham

  1. Best Roots Gospel Album

Tribute To The King by The Blackwood Brothers Quartet
Echoes Of The South by Blind Boys Of Alabama
Songs That Pulled Me Through The Tough Times by Becky Isaacs Bowman
Meet Me At The Cross by Brian Free & Assurance
Shine: The Darker The Night The Brighter The Light by Gaither Vocal Band

  1. Best Latin Pop Album

La Cuarta Hoja by Pablo Alborán
Beautiful Humans, Vol. 1 by AleMor
A Ciegas by Paula Arenas
La Neta by Pedro Capó
Don Juan by Maluma
X Mí (Vol. 1) by Gaby Moreno

  1. Best Música Urbana Album

SATURNO by Rauw Alejandro
DATA by Tainy

  1. Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album

Leche De Tigre by Diamante Eléctrico
Tie — Vida Cotidiana by Juanes
Tie — De Todas Las Flores by Natalia Lafourcade
EADDA9223 by Fito Paez

  1. Best Música Mexicana Album

Bordado A Mano by Ana Bárbara
La Sánchez by Lila Downs
Motherflower by Flor De Toloache
Amor Como En Las Películas De Antes by Lupita Infante
GÉNESIS by Peso Pluma

  1. Best Tropical Latin Album

Siembra: 45º Aniversario (En Vivo en el Coliseo de Puerto Rico, 14 de Mayo 2022) by Rubén Blades Con Roberto Delgado & Orquesta
Voy A Ti by Luis Figueroa
Niche Sinfónico by Grupo Niche Y Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Colombia
VIDA by Omara Portuondo
MIMY & TONY by Tony Succar, Mimy Succar
Escalona Nunca Se Había Grabado Así by Carlos Vives

  1. Best Global Music Performance

“Shadow Forces” by Arooj Aftab, Vijay Iyer & Shahzad Ismaily
“Alone” by Burna Boy
“FEEL” by Davido
“Milagro Y Disastre” by Silvana Estrada
“Abundance In Millets” by Falu & Gaurav Shah (Featuring PM Narendra Modi)
“Pashto” by Béla Fleck, Edgar Meyer & Zakir Hussain Featuring Rakesh Chaurasia
“Todo Colores” by Ibrahim Maalouf Featuring Cimafunk & Tank And The Bangas

  1. Best African Music Performance

“Amapiano” by ASAKE & Olamide
“City Boys” by Burna Boy
“UNAVAILABLE” by Davido Featuring Musa Keys
“Rush” by Ayra Starr
“Water” by Tyla

  1. Best Global Music Album

Epifanías by Susana Baca
History by Bokanté
I Told Them… by Burna Boy
Timeless by Davido
This Moment by Shakti

  1. Best Reggae Album

Born For Greatness by Buju Banton
Simma by Beenie Man
Cali Roots Riddim 2023 by Collie Buddz
No Destroyer by Burning Spear
Colors Of Royal by Julian Marley & Antaeus

  1. Best New Age, Ambient, or Chant Album

Aquamarine by Kirsten Agresta-Copely
Moments Of Beauty by Omar Akram
Some Kind Of Peace (Piano Reworks) by Ólafur Arnalds
Ocean Dreaming Ocean by David Darling & Hans Christian
So She Howls by Carla Patullo Featuring Tonality And The Scorchio Quartet

  1. Best Children’s Music Album

Ahhhhh! by Andrew & Polly
Ancestars by Pierce Freelon & Nnenna Freelon
Hip Hope For Kids! by DJ Willy Wow!
Taste The Sky by Uncle Jumbo
We Grow Together Preschool Songs by 123 Andrés

  1. Best Comedy Album

I Wish You Would by Trevor Noah
I’m An Entertainer by Wanda Sykes
Selective Outrage by Chris Rock
Someone You Love by Sarah Silverman
What’s In A Name? by Dave Chappelle

  1. Best Audio Book, Narration, and Storytelling Recording

Big Tree by Meryl Streep
Boldly Go: Reflections On A Life Of Awe And Wonder by William Shatner
The Creative Act: A Way Of Being by Rick Rubin
It’s Ok To Be Angry About Capitalism by Sen. Bernie Sanders
The Light We Carry: Overcoming In Uncertain Times by Michelle Obama

  1. Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media

AURORA – Daisy Jones & The Six
Barbie The Album
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – Music From And Inspired By
Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 3: Awesome Mix, Vol. 3
Weird: The Al Yankovic Story – Weird Al Yankovic

  1. Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media (Includes Film And Television)

Barbie – Mark Ronson & Andrew Wyatt, composers
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – Ludwig Göransson, composer
The Fabelmans – John Williams, composer
Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny – John Williams, composer
Oppenheimer – Ludwig Göransson, composer

  1. Best Score Soundtrack for Video Games and Other Interactive Media

Call Of Duty®: Modern Warfare II – Sarah Schachner, composer
God Of War Ragnarök – Bear McCreary, composer
Hogwarts Legacy – Peter Murray, J Scott Rakozy & Chuck E. Myers “Sea”, composers
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – Stephen Barton & Gordy Haab, composers
Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical – Jess Serro, Tripod & Austin Wintory, composers

  1. Best Song Written For Visual Media

“Barbie World” [From Barbie The Album] – Naija Gaston, Ephrem Louis Lopez Jr. & Onika Maraj, songwriters (Nicki Minaj & Ice Spice Featuring Aqua)
“Dance The Night” [From Barbie The Album] – Caroline Ailin, Dua Lipa, Mark Ronson & Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (Dua Lipa)
“I’m Just Ken” [From Barbie The Album] – Mark Ronson & Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (Ryan Gosling)
“Lift Me Up” [From Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – Music From And Inspired By] – Ryan Coogler, Ludwig Göransson, Robyn Fenty & Temilade Openiyi, songwriters (Rihanna)
“What Was I Made For?” [From Barbie The Album] – Billie Eilish O’Connell & Finneas O’Connell, songwriters (Billie Eilish)

  1. Best Music Video

“I’m Only Sleeping” by The Beatles – Em Cooper, video director; Jonathan Clyde, Sophie Hilton, Sue Loughlin & Laura Thomas, video producers
“In Your Love” by Tyler Childers – Bryan Schlam, video director; Kacie Barton, Silas House, Nicholas Robespierre, Ian Thornton & Whitney Wolanin, video producers
“What Was I Made For” by Billie Eilish – Billie Eilish, video director; Michelle An, Chelsea Dodson & David Moore, video producers
“Count Me Out” by Kendrick Lamar – Dave Free & Kendrick Lamar, video directors; Jason Baum & Jamie Rabineau, video producers
“Rush” by Troye Sivan – Gordon Von Steiner, video director; Kelly McGee, video producer

  1. Best Music Film

Moonage Daydream (David Bowie) – Brett Morgen, video director; Brett Morgen, video producer
How I’m Feeling Now by Lewis Capaldi – Joe Pearlman, video director; Sam Bridger, Isabel Davis & Alice Rhodes, video producers
Live From Paris, The Big Steppers Tour by Kendrick Lamar – Mike Carson, Dave Free & Mark Ritchie, video directors; Cornell Brown, Debra Davis, Jared Heinke & Jamie Rabineau, video producers
I Am Everything (Little Richard) – Lisa Cortés, video director; Caryn Capotosto, Lisa Cortés, Robert Friedman & Liz Yale Marsh, video producers
Dear Mama (Tupac Shakur) – Allen Hughes, video director; Joshua Garcia, Loren Gomez, James Jenkins & Stef Smith, video producers

  1. Best Recording Package

The Art Of Forgetting – Caroline Rose, art director (Caroline Rose)
Cadenza 21′ – Hsing-Hui Cheng, art director (Ensemble Cadenza 21′)
Electrophonic Chronic – Perry Shall, art director (The Arcs)
Gravity Falls – Iam8bit, art director (Brad Breeck)
Migration – Yu Wei, art director (Leaf Yeh)
Stumpwork – Luke Brooks & James Theseus Buck, art directors (Dry Cleaning)

  1. Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package

The Collected Works Of Neutral Milk Hotel – Jeff Mangum, Daniel Murphy & Mark Ohe, art directors (Neutral Milk Hotel)
For The Birds: The Birdsong Project – Jeri Heiden & John Heiden, art directors (Various Artists)
Gieo – Duy Dao, art director (Ngot)
Inside: Deluxe Box Set – Bo Burnham & Daniel Calderwood, art directors (Bo Burnham)
Words & Music, May 1965 – Deluxe Edition – Masaki Koike, art director (Lou Reed)

  1. Best Album Notes

Evenings At The Village Gate: John Coltrane With Eric Dolphy (Live) – Ashley Kahn, album notes writer (John Coltrane & Eric Dolphy)
I Can Almost See Houston: The Complete Howdy Glenn – Scott B. Bomar, album notes writer (Howdy Glenn)
Mogadishu’s Finest: The Al Uruba Sessions – Vik Sohonie, album notes writer (Iftin Band)
Playing For The Man At The Door: Field Recordings From The Collection Of Mack McCormick, 1958–1971 – Jeff Place & John Troutman, album notes writers
Written In Their Soul: The Stax Songwriter Demos – Robert Gordon & Deanie Parker, album notes writers

  1. Best Historical Album

Fragments – Time Out Of Mind Sessions (1996-1997): The Bootleg Series, Vol. 17 – Steve Berkowitz & Jeff Rosen, compilation producers; Steve Addabbo, Greg Calbi, Steve Fallone, Chris Shaw & Mark Wilder, mastering engineers (Bob Dylan)
The Moaninest Moan Of Them All: The Jazz Saxophone of Loren McMurray, 1920-1922 – Colin Hancock, Meagan Hennessey & Richard Martin, compilation producers; Richard Martin, mastering engineer; Richard Martin, restoration engineer
Playing For The Man At The Door: Field Recordings From The Collection Of Mack McCormick, 1958–1971 – Jeff Place & John Troutman, compilation producers; Randy LeRoy & Charlie Pilzer, mastering engineers; Mike Petillo & Charlie Pilzer, restoration engineers
Words & Music, May 1965 – Deluxe Edition – Laurie Anderson, Don Fleming, Jason Stern, Matt Sulllivan & Hal Willner, compilation producers; John Baldwin, mastering engineer; John Baldwin, restoration engineer (Lou Reed)
Written In Their Soul: The Stax Songwriter Demos – Robert Gordon, Deanie Parker, Cheryl Pawelski, Michele Smith & Mason Williams, compilation producers; Michael Graves, mastering engineer; Michael Graves, restoration engineer

  1. Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical

Desire, I Want To Turn Into You – Macks Faulkron, Daniel Harle, Caroline Polachek & Geoff Swan, engineers; Mike Bozzi & Chris Gehringer, mastering engineers (Caroline Polachek)
History – Nic Hard, engineer; Dave McNair, mastering engineer (Bokanté)
JAGUAR II – John Kercy, Kyle Mann, Victoria Monét, Patrizio “Teezio” Pigliapoco, Neal H Pogue & Todd Robinson, engineers; Colin Leonard, mastering engineer (Victoria Monét)
Multitudes – Michael Harris, Robbie Lackritz, Joseph Lorge & Blake Mills, engineers (Feist)
The Record – Owen Lantz, Will Maclellan, Catherine Marks, Mike Mogis, Bobby Mota, Kaushlesh “Garry” Purohit & Sarah Tudzin, engineers; Pat Sullivan, mastering engineer (boygenius)

  1. Best Engineered Album, Classical

The Blue Hour – Patrick Dillett, Mitchell Graham, Jesse Lewis, Kyle Pyke, Andrew Scheps & John Weston, engineers; Helge Sten, mastering engineer (Shara Nova & A Far Cry)
Contemporary American Composers – David Frost & Charlie Post, engineers; Silas Brown, mastering engineer (Riccardo Muti & Chicago Symphony Orchestra)
Fandango – Alexander Lipay & Dmitriy Lipay, engineers; Alexander Lipay & Dmitriy Lipay, mastering engineers (Gustavo Dudamel, Anne Akiko Meyers, Gustavo Castillo & Los Angeles Philharmonic)
Sanlikol: A Gentleman Of Istanbul – Symphony For Strings, Percussion, Piano, Oud, Ney & Tenor – Christopher Moretti & John Weston, engineers; Shauna Barravecchio & Jesse Lewis, mastering engineers (Mehmet Ali Sanlikol, George Lernis & A Far Cry)
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 & Schulhoff: Five Pieces – Mark Donahue, engineer; Mark Donahue, mastering engineer (Manfred Honeck & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra)

  1. Producer Of The Year, Classical

David Frost
Morten Lindberg
Dmitriy Lipay
Elaine Martone
Brian Pidgeon

  1. Best Remixed Recording

“Alien Love Call” – BADBADNOTGOOD, remixers (Turnstile & BADBADNOTGOOD Featuring Blood Orange)
“New Gold (Dom Dolla Remix)” – Dom Dolla, remixer (Gorillaz Featuring Tame Impala & Bootie Brown)
“Reviver (Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs Remix)” – Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, remixer (Lane 8)
“Wagging Tongue (Wet Leg Remix)” – Wet Leg, remixers (Depeche Mode)
“Workin’ Hard (Terry Hunter Remix)” – Terry Hunter, remixer (Mariah Carey)

  1. Best Immersive Audio Album

Act 3 (Immersive Edition) – Ryan Ulyate, immersive mix engineer; Michael Romanowski, immersive mastering engineer; Ryan Ulyate, immersive producer (Ryan Ulyate)
Blue Clear Sky – Chuck Ainlay, immersive mix engineer; Michael Romanowski, immersive mastering engineer; Chuck Ainlay, immersive producer (George Strait)
The Diary Of Alicia Keys – George Massenburg & Eric Schilling, immersive mix engineers; Michael Romanowski, immersive mastering engineer; Alicia Keys & Ann Mincieli, immersive producers (Alicia Keys)
God Of War Ragnarök (Original Soundtrack) – Eric Schilling, immersive mix engineer; Michael Romanowski, immersive mastering engineer; Kellogg Boynton, Peter Scaturro & Herbert Waltl, immersive producers (Bear McCreary)
Silence Between Songs – Aaron Short, immersive mastering engineer (Madison Beer)

  1. Best Instrumental Composition

“Amerikkan Skin” – Lakecia Benjamin, composer (Lakecia Benjamin featuring Angela Davis)
“Can You Hear The Music” – Ludwig Göransson, composer (Ludwig Göransson)
“Cutey And The Dragon” – Gordon Goodwin & Raymond Scott, composers (Quartet San Francisco Featuring Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band)
“Helena’s Theme” – John Williams, composer (John Williams)
“Motion” – Edgar Meyer, composer (Béla Fleck, Edgar Meyer & Zakir Hussain featuring Rakesh Chaurasia)

  1. Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella

“Angels We Have Heard On High” – Nkosilathi Emmanuel Sibanda, arranger (Just 6)
“Can You Hear The Music” – Ludwig Göransson, arranger (Ludwig Göransson)
“Folsom Prison Blues” – John Carter Cash, Tommy Emmanuel, Markus Illko, Janet Robin & Roberto Luis Rodriguez, arrangers (The String Revolution featuring Tommy Emmanuel)
“I Remember Mingus” – Hilario Duran, arranger (Hilario Duran And His Latin Jazz Big Band featuring Paquito D’Rivera)
“Paint It Black” – Esin Aydingoz, Chris Bacon & Alana Da Fonseca, arrangers (Wednesday Addams)

  1. Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals

“April In Paris” – Gordon Goodwin, arranger (Patti Austin Featuring Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band)
“Com Que Voz (Live)” – John Beasley & Maria Mendes, arrangers (Maria Mendes Featuring John Beasley & Metropole Orkest)
“Fenestra” – Godwin Louis, arranger (Cécile McLorin Salvant)
“In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning” – Erin Bentlage, Jacob Collier, Sara Gazarek, Johnaye Kendrick & Amanda Taylor, arrangers (säje Featuring Jacob Collier)
“Lush Life” – Kendric McCallister, arranger (Samara Joy)

  1. Best Orchestral Performance

Adès: Dante – Gustavo Dudamel, conductor (Los Angeles Philharmonic)
Bartók: Concerto For Orchestra; Four Pieces – Karina Canellakis, conductor (Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra)
Price: Symphony No. 4; Dawson: Negro Folk Symphony – Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor (The Philadelphia Orchestra)
Scriabin: Symphony No. 2; The Poem Of Ecstasy – JoAnn Falletta, conductor (Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra)
Stravinsky: The Rite Of Spring – Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor (San Francisco Symphony)

  1. Best Opera Recording

Blanchard: Champion – Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor; Ryan Speedo Green, Latonia Moore & Eric Owens; David Frost, producer (The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra; The Metropolitan Opera Chorus)
Corigliano: The Lord Of Cries – Gil Rose, conductor; Anthony Roth Costanzo, Kathryn Henry, Jarrett Ott & David Portillo; Gil Rose, producer (Boston Modern Orchestra Project & Odyssey Opera Chorus)
Little: Black Lodge – Timur; Andrew McKenna Lee & David T. Little, producers (The Dime Museum; Isaura String Quartet)

  1. Best Choral Performance

Carols After A Plague – Donald Nally, conductor (The Crossing)
The House Of Belonging – Craig Hella Johnson, conductor (Miró Quartet; Conspirare)
Ligeti: Lux Aeterna – Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor (San Francisco Symphony Chorus)
Rachmaninoff: All-Night Vigil – Steven Fox, conductor (The Clarion Choir)
Saariaho: Reconnaissance – Nils Schweckendiek, conductor (Uusinta Ensemble; Helsinki Chamber Choir)

  1. Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance

American Stories by Anthony McGill & Pacifica Quartet
Beethoven For Three: Symphony No. 6, ‘Pastorale’ And Op. 1, No. 3 by Yo-Yo Ma, Emanuel Ax & Leonidas Kavakos
Between Breaths by Third Coast Percussion
Rough Magic by Roomful Of Teeth
Uncovered, Vol. 3: Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson, William Grant Still & George Walker by Catalyst Quartet

  1. Best Classical Instrumental Solo

Adams, John Luther: Darkness And Scattered Light by Robert Black
Akiho: Cylinders by Andy Akiho
The American Project by Yuja Wang; Teddy Abrams, conductor (Louisville Orchestra)
Difficult Grace by Seth Parker Woods
Of Love by Curtis Stewart

  1. Best Classical Solo Vocal Album

Because – Reginald Mobley, soloist; Baptiste Trotignon, pianist
Broken Branches – Karim Sulayman, soloist; Sean Shibe, accompanist
40@40 – Laura Strickling, soloist; Daniel Schlosberg, pianist
Rising – Lawrence Brownlee, soloist; Kevin J. Miller, pianist
Walking In The Dark – Julia Bullock, soloist; Christian Reif, conductor (Philharmonia Orchestra)

  1. Best Classical Compendium

Fandango – Anne Akiko Meyers; Gustavo Dudamel, conductor; Dmitriy Lipay, producer
Julius Eastman, Vol. 3: If You’re So Smart, Why Aren’t You Rich? – Christopher Rountree, conductor; Lewis Pesacov, producer
Mazzoli: Dark With Excessive Bright – Peter Herresthal; Tim Weiss, conductor; Hans Kipfer, producer
Passion For Bach And Coltrane – Alex Brown, Harlem Quartet, Imani Winds, Edward Perez, Neal Smith & A.B. Spellman; Silas Brown & Mark Dover, producers
Sardinia – Chick Corea; Chick Corea & Bernie Kirsh, producers
Sculptures – Andy Akiho; Andy Akiho & Sean Dixon, producers
Zodiac Suite – Aaron Diehl Trio & The Knights; Eric Jacobsen, conductor; Aaron Diehl & Eric Jacobsen, producers

  1. Best Contemporary Classical Composition

Adès: Dante – Thomas Adès, composer (Gustavo Dudamel & Los Angeles Philharmonic)
Akiho: In That Space, At That Time – Andy Akiho, composer (Andy Akiho, Ankush Kumar Bahl & Omaha Symphony)
Brittelle: Psychedelics – William Brittelle, composer (Roomful Of Teeth)
Mazzoli: Dark With Excessive Bright – Missy Mazzoli, composer (Peter Herresthal, James Gaffigan & Bergen Philharmonic)
Montgomery: Rounds – Jessie Montgomery, composer (Awadagin Pratt, A Far Cry & Roomful Of Teeth)

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