Rapper-producer Jay-Z has change into the most-nominated artiste in Grammy Awards historical past, along with his three 2022 nominations pushing him to 83.
He had beforehand been tied with legendary producer/composer Quincy Jones at 80, experiences selection.com.
Jay-Z, who final launched an album in 2017, is nominated for visitor appearances with rapper Kanye West and the late DMX. He at the moment has 23 wins.
Paul McCartney, beforehand tied for second place with Beyonce, beneficial properties two nods within the rock class and passes her and Jones for sole possession of the No. 2 spot with 81.
Neither Jones nor Beyonce are nominated for 2022 awards, though Q did write the liner notes for high nominee Jon Batiste’s ‘We Are’ album.
Jay-Z made his Grammy bow in 1999 with three nodes, two from his traditional “Vol. 2 Arduous Knock Life’ album and one for his tag-team with Jermaine Dupri, ‘Cash Ain’t a Thang’.
He gained however didn’t attend the awards, later saying he “boycotted” them as a result of fellow New Yorker DMX had not been nominated regardless of racking up two No. 1 albums in a 12 months.
Jay, who turns 52 subsequent month, has been nominated in 18 of the 22 Grammy years since then, although his launch schedule has slowed significantly over the previous decade.
The Brooklyn native’s largest Grammy-winning years have been 2009, 2010 and 2012, when he took residence three every.
Satirically, he gained no trophies in his most-nominated 12 months, 2017, when his ‘4:44’ album and associated singles and video obtained eight complete nodes.
This didn’t enhance his difficult relationship with the Grammys, and Jay-Z said his opinion on the matter unequivocally in ‘Apesh**’, launched the next 12 months on his duet album with spouse Beyonce, ‘The whole lot Is Love’.
The first of McCartney’s 18 wins got here in 1964 with two as a member of the Beatles, who took Greatest New Artist in addition to one for the music ‘A Arduous Day’s Evening’.
Subsequent in line after Jones and Beyonce are Stevie Marvel and late classical conductor Georg Solti, tied with 74; and film-music maestros Henry Mancini and John Williams, tied with 72, none of whom have 2022 nominations.