How many people will he win? – Billboards

Jon Batiste received 11 Grammy Award nominations in November, more than anyone else has accumulated in the year since Kendrick Lamar received 11 nods six years ago.

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How many, how much Grammys Will Batiste win? Lamar took home 5 awards from his 11 nods in 2015. Other artists who have accumulated 10 or more nominations in a year have gone home with between two and eight Grammy Awards.

Michael Jackson and Child’s face are the all-time leaders to be nominated for a Grammy in just one year, with 12 nominations between 1983 and 1996. Jackson has won a record eight Grammy Awards from his dozens of nominations equivalent to one. coronation times; Babyface won three.

Of the artists that lead the field with 10 nominations, Lauryn Hill (1998) won five; Carlos Santana (1999) swept eight, marking Jackson’s record; Kanye West (2004) won third place; Beyoncé (2009) took six; and Eminem (2010) won two.

Batiste is probably the leader in three categories and has a fair chance in a few others.

The Grammys’ new “3-10” rule, under which members cannot vote for more than three schools (besides the general field, or the Big Four category), will make it difficult for Batiste supporters to control Look up his name anywhere. appear. Batiste has six nominations in six different categories (outside of the general category) – R&B, jazz, American descent, music for visual communication, music video/film, and classical. His most ardent supporters could vote on no more than three of those six areas.

Let’s take a closer look at Batiste’s 11 nominations.

Record of the year: “Freedom”, a track from his album We are, was nominated, but didn’t seem to stand a chance against widely fancied hits like Olivia Rodrigo’s “Driver’s License” and Silk Sonic’s “Leave the Door Open.” Three of the nominees are previous winners in the category – Tony Bennett (nominated with Lady Gaga), Billie Eilish (who has won in this category for the last two years) and Bruno Mars ( another two-time champion, nominated alongside Anderson. Paak as Silk Sonic).

Album of the year: Again, We are seems to have little chance against Rodrigo’s Sour, Hers My mind or lover of love, by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga Love for sale. Again, the three previous winners in this category are running – Bennett, Eilish and three-time champion Taylor Swift.

Best Traditional R&B Performance: “I Need You”, second single from We are, there’s a chance here, but the lead is probably HER’s performance in her Oscar-winning movie “Fight for You.” The nominees include four previous winners in this category – PJ Morton, Leon Bridges, Robert Glasper and Yebba.

Best R&B Album: We are there’s a good chance to win here, but so is she My mind (as noted, fellow Album of the Year nominee) and by Jazmine Sullivan Tales of Heaux. HER, who won in this category three years ago with a compilation album of the same name, perhaps has a slight edge.

Best improvisational jazz solo: Batiste will probably win for “Bigger Than Us”, a song from soul soundtrack. Batiste won an Oscar (and countless other awards) for that score, which he wrote with Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. But the competition here is fierce. The late Chick Corea, who was nominated for “Humpty Dumpty (Set 2),” has won 25 Grammy Awards, a total topping only five in history. Corea has won 23 Grammy Awards in her lifetime, two more in March and was nominated for four more at the January ceremony. Terence Blanchard, nominated for “The Absence,” is also a formidable challenge.

Best jazz albums: Batiste may receive a second Grammy for Jazz Selection: Music from and Inspired by the Soul. Once again, he faces Corea, nominated for Akoustic Band Live, featuring John Patitucci & Dave Weckl, and Blanchard, nominated for Absent, including The E Collective and The Turtle Island Quartet. Corea could easily take both of these jazz awards, but soul hasn’t lost many awards in its gilded journey, and probably won’t be at the Grammys either.

Best Native American Performance: “Cry”, third single from We are, there’s a chance here, but it will likely lose to a song by a more popular artist in the genre, such as Brandy Clark’s “Same Devil” featuring Brandi Carlile, a past winner in the category. this part. As for the record, the “bystander” category sometimes wins here, as when Sara Bareilles won two years ago for “Saint Honesty.”

Best American Original Song: “Cry,” which Batiste co-wrote with Steve McEwan, might have the same problem here as in the performance category above.

Soundtrack scores best for visual media: Batiste, Reznor and Ross lead the party with soul. This is the category where Batiste seems to have the best chance of winning. Reznor and Ross won this category 9 years ago with The girl with the dragon tattoo. Nominees like Hans Zimmer (Sand dunes) and Ludwig Göransson (an album from the TV show Mandalorian) are also previous winners in this category.

Best Contemporary Classics: “Batiste: Movement 11”, another track from We are, have a chance. But it will face composers better known in the classical world.

Best music videos: “Freedom” is competing with videos like “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” by Lil Nas X and “I Get a Kick Out of You” by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga. Both Lil Nas X and Gaga are previous winners in this category. “Montero” took the video of the year award at the VMAs in September and is probably the winner here as well.

If Batiste wins 3-8 on Grammy night, that’s not bad at all. That number would be on par with Babyface (1996) and Kanye West (2004) and ahead of Eminem (2010). This will be Batiste’s first, second and third Grammy win.

https://www.billboard.com/music/awards/2022-grammys-jon-batiste-how-many-wins-prediction-1235014477/ How many people will he win? – Billboards

Dais Johnston

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