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2011 Grammy nominees Announced!
Last Updated on Thursday, 2 December 2010 11:11
Written by Sha'Linda Jeanine
Thursday, 2 December 2010 11:11

The 2011 Grammy nominees were announced during the CBS Grammy Nominations Concert at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, and with so much amazing music released this past year — not to mention monster tours — it was as competitive as ever.

Eminem leads the pack with 10 chances at Grammy gold, Bruno Mars is hot on his tail with eight and Lady Gaga, Jay-Z and Lady Antebellum all walked away with six nominations. 2010 superstars Justin Bieber, B.o.B., Drake and Miranda Lambert got nods, but noticeably absent from the nominations list was ‘Tik Tok’ star Ke$ha.

See the full list of nominations below and check back on Feb. 13 for the big show.

Song of the Year
‘Beg, Steal or Borrow’ — Ray LaMontagne
‘Forget You’ — Cee-Lo
‘The House That Built Me’ — Miranda Lambert
‘Love the Way You Lie’ — Eminem Feat. Rihanna
‘Need You Now’ — Lady Antebellum

Album of the Year
‘The Suburbs’ — Arcade Fire
‘Recovery’ — Eminem
‘Need You Now’ — Lady Antebellum
‘The Fame Monster’ — Lady Gaga
‘Teenage Dream’ — Katy Perry

Best New Artist
Justin Bieber
Drake
Florence and the Machine
Mumford and Sons
Esperanza Spalding

Record of the Year
‘Nothing on You’ — B.o.B. Feat. Bruno Mars
‘Love the Way You Lie’ — Eminem Feat. Rihanna
‘Forget You’ — Cee-Lo
‘Empire State of Mind — Jay-Z Feat. Alicia Keys
‘Need You Now’ — Lady Antebellum

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
‘King of Anything’ — Sara Bareilles
‘Halo (Live)’ — Beyoncé
‘Chasing Pirates’ — Norah Jones

‘Bad Romance’ — Lady Gaga
‘Teenage Dream’ — Katy Perry

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
‘Haven’t Met You Yet’ — Michael Bublé
‘This is It’ — Michael Jackson
‘Whataya Want from Me’ — Adam Lambert
‘Just the Way You Are’ — Bruno Mars
‘Half of My Heart’ — John Mayer

Best Female Country Vocal Performance
‘Satisfied’ — Jewel
‘The House That Built Me’ — Miranda Lambert
‘Swingin” — LeAnn Rimes
‘Temporary Home’ — Carrie Underwood
‘I’d Love to Be Your Last’ — Gretchen Wilson

Best Pop Performance By a Group or Duo with Vocals
‘Don’t Stop Believin’ (Regionals Version)’ — ‘Glee’ cast
‘The Only Exception’ — Paramore
‘Babyfather’ — Sade
‘Hey, Soul Sister (Live)’ — Train

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
‘Airplanes, Part II’ — B.o.B., Eminem & Hayley Williams
‘Imagine’ — Herbie Hancock, Pink, India.Arie, Seal, Konono No 1, Jeff Beck & Oumou Sangare
‘If it Wasn’t for Bad’ — Elton John & Leon Russell
‘Telephone’ — Lady Gaga & Beyoncé
‘California Gurls’ — Katy Perry & Snoop Dogg

Best Pop Vocal Album
‘My World 2.0′ — Justin Bieber
‘I Dreamed a Dream’ — Susan Boyle
‘The Fame Monster’ — Lady Gaga
‘Battle Studies’ — John Mayer
‘Teenage Dream’ — Katy Perry

Best Country Song
‘The Breath You Take’ — George Strait
‘Free’ — Zac Brown Band
‘The House That Built Me’ — Miranda Lambert
‘I’d Love to Be Your Last’ — Gretchen Wilson
‘If I Die Young’ — The Band Perry
‘Need You Now’ — Lady Antebellum

Best Country Album
‘Up on the Ridge’ — Dierks Bentley
‘You Get What You Give’ — Zac Brown Band
‘The Guitar Song’ — Jamey Johnson
‘Need You Now’ — Lady Antebellum
‘Revolution’ — Miranda Lambert

Best Rock Song
‘Angry World’ — Neil Young
‘Little Lion Man’ — Mumford & Sons
‘Radioactive’ — Kings Of Leon
‘Resistance’ — Muse
‘Tighten Up’ — The Black Keys

Best Rock Album
‘Emotion & Commotion’ — Jeff Beck
‘The Resistance’ — Muse
‘Backspacer’ — Pearl Jam
‘Mojo’ — Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
‘Le Noise’ — Neil Young

Best R&B Song
‘Bittersweet’ — Fantasia
‘Finding My Way Back’ — Jaheim
‘Second Chance’ — El DeBarge
‘Shine’ — John Legend & The Roots
‘Why Would You Stay’ — Kem

Best R&B Album
‘The Love & War Masterpeace’ — Raheem DeVaughn
‘Back To Me’ — Fantasia
‘Another Round’ — Jaheim
‘Wake Up!’ — John Legend & The Roots
‘Still Standing’ — Monica

Best Contemporary R&B Album
‘Graffiti’ — Chris Brown
‘Untitled’ — R. Kelly
‘Transition’ — Ryan Leslie
‘The ArchAndroid’ — Janelle Monáe
‘Raymond V Raymond’ — Usher

Best Rap Song
‘Empire State Of Mind — Jay-Z & Alicia Keys
‘Love the Way You Lie’ — Eminem & Rihanna
‘Not Afraid — Eminem
‘Nothin’ On You’ — B.o.B & Bruno Mars
‘On To The Next One’ –Jay-Z & Swizz Beatz

Best Rap Album
‘The Adventures of Bobby Ray’ — B.o.B
‘Thank Me Later’ — Drake
‘Recovery’ — Eminem
‘The Blueprint 3′ — Jay-Z
‘How I Got Over’ — The Roots

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media
‘Crazy Heart’ — Various Artists
‘Glee: The Music, Volume 1′ — ‘Glee’ Cast
‘Treme’ — Various Artists
‘True Blood-Volume 2′ — Various Artists
‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’ — Various Artists.

For a complete list of 2011 Grammy nominees, please visit Grammy.com.


1 Comment
  1. Commentsbrittbritt   |  Thursday, 02 December 2010 at 11:28 am

    CHEERS to Eminem and Jaheim!!! but i’m confused, drake has been up for best new artist for the past 2 years for every award show, when will it stop? way to go Eminem!!! my fav. album of the year!


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