The upcoming 65th Grammy Awards airing in February 2023 have finally announced the R&B and hip-hop category nominees. Many were nominated for the first time, such as GloRilla, Muni Long, Latto, and more.
The 65th Grammy Awards set to air on February 5th have officially announced its nominees, and for a few lucky artists, it marks their first nomination.
The first-time grammy nominees are:
Muni Long – “Hrs and Hrs”
Going from a songwriter to a three-time Grammy-nominated artist. Muni Long’s “Hrs and Hrs” is a traditional R&B love song that shows the newer generation what it is like to express to your long-time partner that you genuinely love them and you can do it for “hrs and hrs.”
Snoh Aalegra – “Do 4 Love”
Snoh Aalegra is the epitome of what writing from the heart is all about. With the grace of Sade and the songwriting styles of Toni Braxton, Snoh Aalegra has the makings of the Queen of R&B.
This Memphis native went from rapping in her hometown to selling out shows and even booking her first E.P., but no album is out yet. GloRilla has had an eventful year since debuting with “F.N.F.,” and her Grammy nomination shows that nothing stops you if you have a dream and work hard for it.
Latto “Big Energy (Live)”
From winning the rap game, making a name for herself as an independent artist, and a Grammy nomination, Latto is an unstoppable powerhouse. “Big Energy” is a song that generates just that—“big energy.” Along with Mariah Carey returning to the stage, Latto can potentially dominate the rap game in the future.
Overall, the nominations are well-deserved, as these artists have worked hard to get recognized for their art.
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