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And The Nominees Are…

The 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards - Press Room
Kevork Djansezian

Did you know there are 29 different fields and 109 different categories within those fields that an artist/publisher/song writers can be nominated for a Grammy Award? That’s a ton of awards that are handed out each year. Music’s biggest night is coming up Sunday night on CBS and I’ve pulled together a list of all the big categories and their nominees thanks to Grammy.com!

See it after the jump.

Record of the Year
“Love the Way You Lie,” Eminem & Rihanna
“Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum
“Empire State of Mind,” Jay-Z & Alicia Keys
“Nothin’ on You,” Bruno Mars & B.o.B.
“Forget You,” Cee-Lo

Song of the Year (award to songwriter)
“Beg, Steal or Borrow,” Ray LaMontagne (written by Ray LaMontagne)
“Forget You,” Cee-Lo Green, (written by Cee-Lo Green, Bruno Mars and Phillip Lawrence)
“The House that Built Me,” Miranda Lambert (written by Allen Shamblin and Tom Douglas)
“Love the Way You Lie,” Eminem & Rihanna (written by Marshall Mathers, Alex Grant, Holly Hafferman)
“Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum (written by Dave Haywood, Josh Kear, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott)

Album of the Year
Recovery, Eminem
The Suburbs, Arcade Fire
Need You Now, Lady Antebellum
The Fame Monster, Lady Gaga
Teenage Dream, Katy Perry

Best New Artist
Justin Bieber
Drake
Florence + the Machine
Mumford & Sons
Esperanza Spalding

POP FIELD
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

“King of Anything,” Sara Bareilles
“Halo (Live),” Beyoncé
“Chasing Pirates,” Norah Jones
“Bad Romance,” Lady Gaga
“Teenage Dream,” Katy Perry

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
“Haven’t Met You Yet,” Michael Bublé
“This Is It,” Michael Jackson
“Whataya Want from Me,” Adam Lambert
“Just the Way You Are,” Bruno Mars
“Half of My Heart,” John Mayer

Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals
“Don’t Stop Believin’ (Regionals Version),” Glee Cast
“Misery,” Maroon 5
“The Only Exception,” Paramore
“Babyfather,” Sade
“Hey, Soul Sister (Live),” Train

Best Pop Vocal Album
My World 2.0, Justin Bieber
I Dreamed a Dream, Susan Boyle
The Fame Monster, Lady Gaga
Battle Studies, John Mayer
Teenage Dream, Katy Perry

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
“Airplanes II,” B.o.B, Eminem & Hayley Williams
“Imagine,” Herbie Hancock, Pink, India.Arie, Seal, Konono No. 1, Jeff Beck & Oumou Sangare
“If It Wasn’t For Bad,” Elton John & Leon Russell
“Telephone,” Lady Gaga & Beyoncé
“California Gurls,” Katy Perry & Snoop Dogg

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Crazy Love, Michael Bublé
The Greatest Love Songs of All Time, Barry Manilow
Let It Be Me: Mathis in Nashville, Johnny Mathis
Fly Me to the Moon…The Great American Songbook: Volume V, Rod Stewart
Love Is the Answer, Barbra Streisand

Best Electronic/Dance Album
These Hopeful Machines,BT
Further, The Chemical Brothers
Head First, Goldfrapp
Black Light, Groove Armada
La Roux, La Roux

Best Dance Recording
“Rocket” Goldfrapp
“In for the Kill” La Roux
“Dance in the Dark” Lady Gaga
“Only Girl (In the World)” Rihanna
“Dancing on My Own” Robyn

ROCK FIELD
Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance:

“Run Back to Your Side,” Eric Clapton
“Crossroads,” John Mayer
“Helter Skelter,” Paul McCartney
“Silver Rider,” Robert Plant
“Angry World,” Neil Young

Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
“Ready to Start,” Arcade Fire
“I Put a Spell on You,” Jeff Beck & Joss Stone
“Tighten Up,” The Black Keys
“Radioactive,” Kings of Leon
“Resistance,” Muse

Best Rock Song (award to songwriter)
“Angry World,” Neil Young, songwriter (Neil Young)
“Little Lion Man,” Ted Dwane, Ben Lovett, Marcus Mumford & Country Winston, songwriters (Mumford & Sons)
“Radioactive,” Caleb Followill, Jared Followill, Matthew Followill & Nathan Followill, songwriters (Kings of Leon)
“Resistance,” Matthew Bellamy, songwriter (Muse)
“Tighten Up,” Dan Auerbach & Patrick Carney, songwriter (The Black Keys)

Best Rock Album
Emotion & Commotion, Jeff Beck
The Resistance, Muse
Backspacer, Pearl Jam
Mojo, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Le Noise, Neil Young

Best Hard Rock Performance
“A Looking In View,” Alice in Chains
“Let Me Hear You Scream,” Ozzy Osbourne
“Black Rain,” Soundgarden
“Between The Lines,” Stone Temple Pilots
“New Fang,” Them Crooked Vultures

Best Metal Performance
“El Dorado,” Iron Maiden
“Let the Guilt Go,” Korn
“In Your Words,” Lamb Of God
“Sudden Death,” Megadeth
“World Painted Blood,” Slayer

Best Alternative Music Album
The Suburbs, Arcade Fire
Infinite Arms, Band of Horses
Brothers, The Black Keys
Broken Bells, Broken Bells
Contra, Vampire Weekend

Best Rock Instrumental Performance
“Hammerhead,” Jeff Beck
“Black Mud,” The Black Keys
“Do the Murray,” Los Lobos
“Kundalini,” Bonfire Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds
“The Deathless Horsie,” Dweezil Zappa

R&B FIELD
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance

“Second Chance,” El DeBarge
“Finding My Way Back,” Jaheim
“Why Would You Stay,” Kem
“We’re Still Friends,” Musiq Soulchild
“There Goes My Baby,” Usher

Best Female R&B Vocal Performance
“Gone Already,” Faith Evans
“Bittersweet,” Fantasia
“Everything to Me,” Monica
“Tired,” Kelly Price
“Holding You Down (Going in Circles),” Jazmine Sullivan

Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals
“Take My Time,” Chris Brown & Tank
“Love,” Chuck Brown, Jill Scott & Marcus Miller
“You’ve Got a Friend,” Ronald Isley & Aretha Franklin
“Shine,” John Legend & The Roots
“Soldier of Love,” Sade

Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance
“When a Woman Loves,” R. Kelly
“Hang On in There,” John Legend & The Roots
“You’re So Amazing,” Calvin Richardson
“In Between,” Ryan Shaw
“Go [Live],” Betty Wright

Best R&B Song (Award to Songwriter)
“Bittersweet,” Charles Harmon & Claude Kelly, songwriters (Fantasia)
“Finding My Way Back,” Ivan “Orthodox” Barias, Curt Chambers, Carvin “Ransum” Haggins, Jaheim
Hoagland & Miquel Jontel, songwriters (Jaheim)
“Second Chance” E. Debarge & Mischke, songwriters (El DeBarge)
“Shine John Stephens,” songwriter (John Legend & The Roots)
“Why Would You Stay” K. Owens, songwriter (Kem)

Best R&B Album
The Love & War, Masterpeace Raheem DeVaughn
Back to Me, Fantasia
Another Round, Jaheim
Wake Up!, John Legend & The Roots
Still Standing, Monica

Best Contemporary R&B Album
Graffiti, Chris Brown
Untitled, R. Kelly
Transition, Ryan Leslie
The ArchAndroid, Janelle Monáe
Raymond V Raymond, Usher

RAP FIELD
Best Rap Solo Performance

“Over,” Drake
“Not Afraid,” Eminem
“How Low,” Ludacris
“I’m Back,” T.I.
“Power,” Kanye West

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
“Nothin’ On You,” B.o.B Featuring Bruno Mars
“Deuces,” Chris Brown, Tyga & Kevin McCall
“Love the Way You Lie,” Eminem & Rihanna
“Empire State of Mind,” Jay-Z & Alicia Keys
“Wake Up! Everybody,” John Legend, The Roots, Melanie Fiona & Common

Best Rap Song (award to songwriter)
“Empire State of Mind,” Shawn Carter, Angela Hunte, Burt Keyes, Alicia Keys, Jane’t “Jnay” Sewell-Ulepic & Alexander Shuckburgh, songwriters (Sylvia Robinson, songwriter) Jay-Z & Alicia Keys)
“Love The Way You Lie,” Alexander Grant, Holly Hafferman & Marshall Mathers, songwriters (Eminem & Rihanna)
“Not Afraid,” M. Burnett, J. Evans, Marshall Mathers, L. Resto & M. Samuels, songwriters (Eminem)
“Nothin’ On You,” Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine, Bruno Mars & Bobby Simmons Jr., songwriters (B.o.B Featuring Bruno Mars)
“On to the Next One,” Shawn Carter, J. Chaton & K. Dean, songwriters (G. Auge & X. DeRosnay, songwriters) (Jay-Z & Swizz Beatz)

Best Rap Album
The Adventures of Bobby Ray, B.o.B
Thank Me Later, Drake
Recovery, Eminem
The Blueprint 3, Jay-Z
How I Got Over, The Roots

Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group
“Shutterbugg,” Big Boi & Cutty
“Fancy,” Drake, T.I. & Swizz Beatz
“On to the Next One,” Jay-Z & Swizz Beatz
“My Chick Bad,” Ludacris & Nicki Minaj
“Lose My Mind,” Young Jeezy & Plies

COUNTRY FIELD
Best Country Album

Up on the Ridge, Dierks Bentley
You Get What You Give, Zac Brown Band
The Guitar Song, Jamey Johnson
Need You Now, Lady Antebellum
Revolution, Miranda Lambert
Best Female Country Vocal Performance
“The House That Built Me,” Miranda Lambert
“Satisfied,” Jewel
“Swingin’,” LeAnn Rimes
“Temporary Home,” Carrie Underwood
“I’d Love to Be Your Last,” Gretchen Wilson

Best Male Country Vocal Performance
“Macon,” Jamey Johnson
“Cryin’ for Me (Wayman’s Song),” Toby Keith
“Turning Home,” David Nail
“‘Til Summer Comes Around,” Keith Urban
“Gettin’ You Home,” Chris Young

Country Duo or Group with Vocals
“Free,” Zac Brown Band
“Elizabeth,” Dailey & Vincent
“Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum
“Little White Church,” Little Big Town
“Where Rainbows Never Die,” The SteelDrivers

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
“Bad Angel,” Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert & Jamey Johnson
“Pride (In the Name of Love),” Dierks Bentley, Del McCoury & The Punch Brothers
“As She’s Walking Away,” Zac Brown Band & Alan Jackson
“Hillbilly Bone,” Blake Shelton & Trace Adkins
“I Run To You,” Marty Stuart & Connie Smith

Best Country Song (award to songwriter)
“The Breath You Take,” Casey Beathard, Dean Dillon & Jessie Jo Dillon, songwriters (George Strait)
“Free,” Zac Brown, songwriter (Zac Brown Band)
“If I Die Young,” Kimberly Perry (The Band Perry)
“The House That Built Me,” Tom Douglas & Allen Shamblin, songwriters (Miranda Lambert)
“I’d Love to Be Your Last,” Rivers Rutherford, Annie Tate & Sam Tate, songwriters (Gretchen Wilson)

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
Rob Cavallo
Danger Mouse
Dr. Luke
RedOne
The Smeezingtons (Bruno Mars, Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine)

Best Short Form Music Video
“Ain’t No Grave,” The Johnny Cash Project, Johnny Cash
“Love the Way You Lie (Explicit Version),” Eminem & Rihanna
“Stylo,” Gorillaz, Mos Def & Bobby Womack
“F*** You,” Cee-Lo Green
“Bad Romance,” Lady Gaga

Best Long Form Music Video
No Distance Left to Run, Blur
When You’re Strange, The Doors
The Greatest Ears in Town: The Arif Mardin Story
Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage
Under Great White Northern Lights, The White Stripes

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