Given how this year has gone, perhaps you're ready to fast-forward to 2021 (we're almost there!). Are you loving Lipa’s disco-infused sophomore LP Future Nostalgia or the vulnerable pop opus of Gomez’s third No. Instead of heading out for her worldwide Lover tour on the wings of her triumphant seventh album, she went inward, writing and recording the intimate song stories that became folklore. Now that the 2021 GRAMMY nominees have been revealed, let's take a look deeper across the categories to see which artists fared the best, who some of the first-time nominees are, who made history and more. 2020 has indeed been a year of greatness for BTS! III, Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia, Post Malone's Hollywood's Bleeding and Taylor Swift's folklore are the eight albums in the running this year. Other 2021 first-time nominees include BTS, Harry Styles, the Strokes, Poppy, Jayda G, Arca, Baauer, Madeon and Toro Y Moi, the latter five who are nominated in the dance/electronic categories. Let's Add It Up: Find Out Who Has The Most GRAMMY Nominations, Which Categories Are All-Female & More: 2021 GRAMMYs By The Numbers. The 2021 GRAMMY nominations are here, and with them, a new crop of Album of the Year nominees. The pandemic changed almost everyone's plans in 2020, including Taylor Swift's. Some are clearly amiss, like Justin Bieber's best pop solo nod for "Yummy" and JP Saxe's song of the year nod for "If the World Was Ending." Album of the Year. Explore This Year's Album Of The Year Nominees | 2021 GRAMMYs. From well-known chart-toppers like Dua Lipa and Post Malone to … Music fans from around the globe will be able to watch the dazzling show live on CBS / CBS All Access. Luke Combs won the accolade at both the ACM and CMA Awards this year for What You See Is What You Get and Roddy Ricch won album of the year at this year's BET Awards for Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial. /*-->*/. She co-wrote "Don't Start Now" with Caroline Ailin, Ian Kirkpatrick and Emily Warren. The Recording Academy has come under criticism after unveiling nominees for the 2021 Grammys. The highly experienced TV/film writer/director/producer has worked on "The Late Late Show with James Corden," co-creating Corden's beloved "Carpool Karaoke" show with the comedian himself.