American Music Awards 2021: Grammy Nominations 2021 2022
The nominees for the 64th annual Grammy Awards will be announced live on the Grammys’ official website at 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET on Sunday, January 13.
Once again, the Grammy nominations will be streamed live online for the second time.
There will be a live announcement of the 2022 Grammy nominees on Tuesday, November 23 at 9 a.m. PT/ noon ET at the Grammy Museum, hosted by Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr. and board of trustees chair Tammy Hurt from the museum.
The nominations will be presented by Nate Bargatze, Jon Batiste, BTS, H.E.R., Gayle King, Mneskin, Tayla Parx, Carly Pearce, and more special guests throughout the live stream.
Grammy Nominations 2021 2022
The 64th annual Grammy nominations can be watched live on the Grammys’ official website via the Recording Academy’s YouTube page. After the live stream is ended, the Grammys’ website and social media sites (Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook) will be updated with all 86 candidates.
It was revealed by the Recording Academy back in April that the voting procedure for the Grammy Awards would be altered in the future. Immediately following The Weeknd’s announcement that he would skip the Academy because of the “15-30 extremely skilled music peers” who choose nominees, this was announced.
After eliminating nominating evaluation panels and reducing voter options to just two categories, the 64th annual Grammys voting cut the number of categories and merged the six previously separate craft disciplines into two (presentation and production).
As Mason Jr. put it at the time, “It’s been an incredible, revolutionary year for the Recording Academy, and I’m extremely delighted to continue our journey of growth with these latest modifications to our Award process.” There are many changes taking place at the Academy, but this is a new Academy that is energised and committed to serving the music community.