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Grammy Awards 2013 Nominees: Jay-Z, Fun., The Black Keys and More

December 6, 2012 (6:45 am) GMT
A diverse line-up of nominees was revealed for the 2013 Grammy Awards and rock music posed a comeback with bands Fun. and The Black Keys getting top nominations.
Grammy Awards 2013 Nominees: Jay-Z, Fun., The Black Keys and More

All genres of music were very well represented in the 2013 Grammy Awards list of nominees. Artists , , and were among those with multiple nominations at the prestigious awards show. Other musicians who got multiple nominations include , , and . The list of nominees was announced on Wednesday, December 5 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.

Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys was nominated for non-classical producer of the year, which became the sixth nod for the rock duo. The other five include Album of the Year and Best Rock Album for "", and Record of the Year, Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song for their single "Loney Boy". The nominations indeed prove the band's very strong musical career this year.

Rock music seemed to pose a comeback as another great group Fun. nabbed top nominations for Record of the Year and Album of the Year. The indie band, who were also one of the featured performers that night, would also fight for the Best New Artist trophy next year while their anthemic song "We Are Young" would try to get the Song of the Year award. The band got two other nominations for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.

Hip-hop mogul Jay-Z tied with another great rapper Kanye West with their six nominations. Jay-Z and Kanye are no strangers at the Grammys and their dominance on Wednesday's concert was mostly due to their "" collaboration and their individual works.

Mumford & Sons nominations were spread in different categories including Album of the Year for "". R'n'B singer Frank Ocean, meanwhile, got some major nominations including Best New Artist and Album of the Year for "".

The 55th Annual Grammy Awards will air on February 10, 2013 at 8 P.M. EST. The show will broadcast live on CBS from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Below is the partial nomination list of the awards. Full nominations can be obtained on Grammy official site.

Album Of The Year:

Record Of The Year: Best New Artist: Song Of The Year: Best Pop Solo Performance: Best Rock Album: Best Rock Song: Best R&B Album: Best R&B Song: Best Rap Album: Best Rap Song: Best Country Album:

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