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With the current fast-paced development of K-Pop, it is natural for companies and artists to dream big. And all idol groups trying to conquer the American music industry want to be nominated for at least one category at the prestigious Grammy Awards.
However, we all know that the Recording Academy (the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, which hosts the Grammy Awards) is still quite reluctant in choosing names from K-Pop. Winning is something too big at the moment for K-Pop idols, so the most possible goal is to be named as a Grammy nominee.
The reason why the Grammy Awards has become a hot topic among K-Pop fans in recent days is because November is coming soon - this is the month that the Grammy will announce the nominees for all categories. In particular, Grammy has confirmed that there will be an event announcing the list of nominees, to be broadcast live on November 24.
According to Grammy.com, this live broadcast will last within 1 hour and nominees for the 84 categories will be revealed. In addition, this will be an 'online party' with the participation of former Grammy winners and nominees from far away.
Last time, groups such as BTS and BLACKPINK, although very famous internationally and were expected to be nominated, got no nomination. Now, however, 4 K-Pop groups have submitted nominations for the 2021 Grammy Awards and this has once again raised fans' expectations. Let's take a look at the 4 names that are hoped to be named as nominees at the Grammy's nomination announcement event on November 24.
(Categories marked '*' are big categories)
BTS submitted nominations for 7 categories
Record of the Year *: 'Dynamite'
Song of the Year *: 'Dynamite'
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: 'Dynamite'
Best MV: 'Dynamite'
Album of the Year *: 'Map of the Soul: 7'
Best Pop Vocal Album: 'Map of the Soul: 7'
Best non-classical sound technique album: 'Map of the Soul: 7'
BLACKPINK submitted nominations for 4 categories
Best New Artist *: BLACKPINK
Recording of the Year *: 'Ice Cream' (with Selena Gomez)
Song of the Year *: 'Ice Cream' (with Selena Gomez)
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: 'Ice Cream' (with Selena Gomez)
SuperM submitted nominations for 8 categories
Best New Artist: SuperM
Record of the Year *: 'Jopping'
Song of the Year *: 'Jopping'
Best Music Video: 'Jopping'
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: 'Jopping'
Album of the Year *: 'SuperM' (the group's first mini album)
Best Pop Vocal Album: 'SuperM'
Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical: 'SuperM'
MONSTA X submitted nominations for 7 categories
Record of the Year *: 'Someone's Someone'
Song of the Year *: 'Someone's Someone'
Best Music Video: 'Someone's Someone'
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: 'Someone's Someone'
Album of the Year *: 'All About Luv'
Best Pop Vocal Album: 'All About Luv'
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: 'LOVE U'