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US singer-songwriter Taylor Swift performs during the Eras Tour, at MetLife Stadium in New Rutherford, New Jersey

Los Angeles, California(EFE). –

American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, with her album “Midnights”, and her compatriot Olivia Rodrigo, for “Guts”, were nominated on Friday by the US Recording Academy in the Album of the Year category for the 66th Grammy Awards, to be held on February 4, 2024.

Olivia Rodrigo arrives for the 64th annual Grammy Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

SZA (“SOS”), Miley Cyrus (“Endless Summer Vacation”), Janelle Monae (“The Age of Pleasure”), Jon Batiste (“World Music Radio”), Boygenius (“The Record”) and Lana del Rey (“Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd.”) were also among the finalists.


Swift, the only artist to have won the award three times, hopes her latest album will allow her to continue to build on her legacy following her record-breaking international tour and film, “The Eras Tour”.

SZA, poses in the press room with her Grammy for Best Pop Duo / Group Performance for ‘Kiss Me More’ during the 64th annual Grammy Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 03 April 2022. EFE/EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT

Rodrigo, for her part, returns after winning Best New Artist and two other awards two years ago.

“Guts” is a personal album in which she talks about vulnerability and frustration, which has already earned her hundreds of millions of views on various music platforms.

The third favorite to win album of the year is Cyrus, who returns in 2023 with “Flowers,” a song that put her back on the international pop firmament after her consecration with “Wrecking Ball” a decade ago.

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Miley Cyrus poses upon arrival on the red carpet at the Grammy Awards ceremony at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California (United States) on February 10, 2019. EFE/Armando ArorizoEFE/Armando Arorizo

Cyrus did not make it into the nominations for record of the year, where Swift and Rodrigo will repeat their confrontation with SZA (“Kill Bill”), Jon Batiste (“Worship”) and Boygenius (“Not Strong Enough”), as well as Billie Eilish (“What Was I Made For?”), Victoria Monét (“On My Mama”) and Doja Cat (“Paint The Town Red”).



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