All nominated citizen artists of the world


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The biggest night of music is approaching and the artists of Global Citizen are poised for huge victories.

Nominations for the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, which will take place on January 31, 2022, were announced on Tuesday, and some of our favorite advocates and change makers have featured on the ballots for some exciting categories.

Of Jay-Z becoming the most nominated artist in Grammy history with a record in total of 83 nominations, up to Jon Batiste who dominates the polls this year with 11 nominations, the next Grammys will undoubtedly be dotted with stars of Global Citizen.

The nominees for Disc of the Year and Album of the Year include Citizen of the World Live performers Doja Cat and Billie Eilish, while our favorite K-pop group, BTS, is up for Best Duo / Pop Group Performance. One world: together at homeartists Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney, Kacey Musgraves and many more are all vying for nominations in all categories.

Whether these musical powers win awards in January or not, their activism, philanthropy, and advocacy with Global Citizen have made them champions in our eyes.

So without further ado, here are the 26 (!) Global Citizen artists nominated for the 2022 Grammy Awards.

BTS

South Korean K-pop group and presidential envoys BTS topped the charts with their summer hit “Butter”, which earned them a nomination in the category for Best Pop Duo / Group Performance. BTS joined Global Citizen from Seoul in September to Citizen of the World Live, a 24-hour global broadcast uniting the world in the mission to end poverty and defend the planet.

Doja cat

Doja Cat delivered an unforgettable performance in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris last September at Citizen of the World Live. Now the singer of “Kiss Me More” whose new album Planet she year-round dominated radio waves are vying for record of the year, album of the year, song of the year, best pop duo / group performance, best pop vocal album, best melodic rap performance and best rap song for his feature film on Saweetie’s “Best Friend.”

Billie Eilish

One of our favorite environmentalists and Gen Z icon Billie Eilish garnered a slew of nominations this year for her new album Happier than ever. The Citizen of the World Live The artist rocked the scene in New York City in September and is now up for a slew of nominations, including Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Performance pop solo and best pop vocal album.

Jon batiste

Citizen of the World Live singer Jon Batiste racked up the most nominations this year, a whopping 11, for his new album We are and works related to the Disney animated film Soul. Batiste’s nominations include Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Album, Best Improvised Jazz Solo, Best Jazz Instrumental Album, and more.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift has fed her fans over the past two years with the pop icon’s surprise albums and re-recorded releases of her hit albums Intrepid and Red. The One world: together at home new artist album Always is in the running for Album of the Year, an award she has already won three times.

Femi kuti

Activist and musician Femi Kuti, who joined Tiwa Savage, Davido and her son Made Kuti for Citizen of the World Live in Lagos in September, received a nomination for the best global musical performance for “Pà Pá Pà” and was nominated with his son Made in best global music album for Heritage +.

Lady Gaga

One world: together at home Curator and artist Lady Gaga, alongside Tony Bennett, was nominated for Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Pop Duo / Group Performance, Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album and Best engineering album (non-classic).

Cold game

This year British rock band Coldplay released their new album Music of the Spheres, topped the charts with his BTS collaboration “My Universe”, announced an eco-friendly world tour and performed at Citizen of the World Live At New York. Now they are nominated to win a Grammy for Best Performance in Duo / Pop Group for “Higher Power”.

Jay Z

Jay-Z – who performed alongside Beyoncé at two Global Citizen Festivals, at Central Park in New York in 2014 and at Mandela 100 in Johannesburg in 2018 – notched three nominations this year, beating Quincy Jones for the title most Grammy-nominated artist in history with a total of 83 nominations. Jay-Z has won 23 Grammys in the past and is now nominated for his feature films on Kanye West’s latest album Donda.

Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney squeezed the Place n ° 2 Most nominated Grammys with her latest album McCartney III. The One world: together at home The artist notched two nominations this year for Best Rock Album and Best Rock Song, surpassing Beyoncé and Jones.

HER

The multi-talented HER phenomenon rocked the Citizen of the World Live scene in Los Angeles this year. Now his latest album In the back of my mind earned her nominations in the categories Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best R&B Performance, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Song, Best R&B Album, Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance / Song and Best Song Written for visual media.

Kacey musgraves

Country-pop star Kacey Musgraves knows a thing or two about Grammy nominations. The artist Global Citizen has six wins and nine nominations under her belt and this year she’s ready for more. Musgraves, who performed at the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 in Johannesburg in 2018 and One world: together at home in 2020, is nominated for Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song for “Camera Roll.”

Ariana Grande

Pop music icon and Global Citizen Festival alumnus, Ariana Grande has been nominated 12 times for the Grammys in the past, earning two victories. This year, she is shortlisted for Best Pop Solo Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album for Posts, and best remixed recording with Global Citizen artist Demi Lovato for their song “Met Him Last Night”.

Justin bieber

The singer of “Peaches” was appointed 14 times in the past and won two Grammys. This year, Justin Bieber – who joined us for Global goal: unite for our future – is nominated for Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Duo / Group Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Performance R&B, Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance / Song, Best American Roots Song, Best Song Written for Visual Media, and Best Music Video.

Kendrick Lamar

The lyrical powerhouse, activist and performer of Global Citizen Kendrick Lamar, who performed at the Global Citizen Festival in New York in 2016, is nominated in two categories this year for “Family Ties”: Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song.

Ed sheeran

Who could ever forget Ed Sheeran’s performance at Citizen of the World Live in Paris this year, and before that, at the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 in Johannesburg in 2018? The English singer-songwriter is shortlisted for song of the year with Fred Gibson and Johnny Mcdaid for “Bad Habits”.

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez, who joined us to host VAX LIVE: The Concert to Reunite the World in April of this year, received a nomination in the category of best latino pop album for its release of Revelation.

Cardi B

Outspoken activist Cardi B has already been nominated eight times, scoring a victory in 2018 for her album Breach of privacy. This year, the rapper, who joined the Global Citizen Festival in New York in 2018, was nominated for Best Rap Performance for her hit “Up”.

Foo fighters

Rock legends and VAX LIVE performers, Foo Fighters, are nominated for Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album for Medicine at midnight.

Saweetie

Rapper “My Type” Saweetie, who also joined us for VAX LIVE this year, is nominated for Best New Artist (vs. Olivia Rodrigo) and Best Rap Song for “Best Friend” with Doja Cat.

FINNEAS

Singer-songwriter and producer FINNEAS is best known for co-writing and producing all of the music for his younger sister Billie Eilish, whom he joined on stage for Citizen of the World Live in September, as well as for One World: Together at Home in 2020. FINNEAS not only does music with his sister, but also has his own solo project for which he released the album Optimistic This year. FINNEAS is in the running for Song of the Year with Eilish, but also Best New Artist.

Jennifer hudson

Jennifer Hudson, who has delivered stunning performances at both the Global Citizen Prize in 2019 and One World: Together at Home in 2020, received nominations in the categories of Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media and the best song written for visual media.

Alicia Keys

R&B icon Alicia Keys, who has supported the Global Citizen Festival in New York City since 2013, has been nominated for 29 Grammy Awards and won 15. The activist is nominated for Song of the Year for “A Beautiful Noise “and for the best immersive audio album for Alicia.

J. Balvin

Colombian singer and rapper J Balvin is in the running for best urban music album for Jose. J Balvin joined Global Citizen in 2020 to One world: together at home, and for VAX LIVE in April 2020.

Angelique Kidjo

Angélique Kidjo, who joined Global Citizen Live in Paris as a special guest in September, received a nomination, along with fellow Global Citizen Burna Boy, for Best Global Musical Performance for “Do Yourself”. Kidjo is nominated in the same category for “Blewu”, and is also shortlisted for World’s Best Music Album for Mother Nature.

Black coffee

South African DJ, songwriter and producer Black Coffee, who joined us for the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 and for One world: together at home, got a nomination in the category of best electronic music / dance album for Unconsciously.

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