Top 10 Artists Could Make History at 63rd Annual Grammy Nominations

Top 10 Artists Could Make History at 63rd Annual Grammy Nominations

According to Billboard, these 10 artists below are expected to blow the 63rd Grammy Award away when it announces the n...

According to Billboard, these 10 artists below are expected to blow the 63rd Grammy Award away when it announces the nominations. A new scenery of history could probably be created if they are truly coming on stage and performance.

Billie Eilish


The Bad Guy singer is potentially being the first name to be called in this list. Last year, Billie Eilish won both awards with her song 'Bad Guy' and this event is part of the evidence that she could hit a double this year.

Post Malone


Two years ago, Post Malone was nominated for his song 'Rockstar' and last year was 'Sunflower'. He is on the way to become only the fourth artist in Grammy history to make the finals in this category three (or more) years running.

Maren Morris


Maren Morris was nominated two years ago for "The Middle," her smash pop hit with Zedd and Grey. It is likely that Morris would join Taylor Swift on a very few artists who have received the record of the year nominations for both pop and country records.

Harry Styles


The pop star has a good opportunity of receiving nominations for record, album and song of the year. These would be his first Grammy nominations -- in any category, solo or as a member in One Direction. Moreover, Harry Styles would become the first One Directioner to land a Grammy nod if this scenery happens.

Megan Thee Stallion


'Savage', Megan's collab with Beyoncé has a high chance to be nominated as record of the year. She may also be eligible for best new artist. If she were to win, she would be the second female hip-hop star to prevail in that category, following Lauryn Hill.



As a collab partner in 'Savage', Beyoncé is likely to become the female artist with the most career nods, as her sixth in that field. Her past nods include three of her solo, a Destiny's Child and a collab with her husband, Jay-Z in 'Crazy in love.'

The Highwomen


Believe it or not, all four members of the group have won Grammy on their own. This could be a perfect time for them to get an album of the year nod. If true, The Highwomen would be the second all-female collab to land this nod.

Bob Dylan


With the song 'Murder Most Foul', it is Dylan's reflection on President Kennedy's assassination, and also masterpiece to get a song of the year nod. This would be Bob Dylan's first nomination in that category.

Lady Gaga


Her latest album 'Chromatica' is hoped to be album of the year. In the same category, Lady Gaga has three previous nods with 'The Fame (2009), 'The Fame Monster' (2010) and 'Born this way' (2011). If this scenery happens, Lady Gaga will become the second female artist to win four album of the year nomination.

Dixie Chicks


The last three studio albums of Dixie Chicks were all nominated for album of the year and with Gaslighter, it is expected to do the same thing. So, Dixie Chicks will become the first act to make the album of the year finals with four consecutive studio albums.

Who do you is deserved to win?