Best of the best: 5 singers who are most often nominated for a Grammy
Grammy Award nominees for 2020 include Billy Elish and Lana Del Rey. Meanwhile, Vogue.ua talks about six famous artists, from Aretha Franklin to Beyoncé, who have a record number of award nominations.
Best songs: Bills Bills Bills; Love on top; Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)
It is hardly necessary to mention how confident Beyoncé is in the music industry. Having created two hits in 1999 with Destiny's Child (Bills, Bills, Bills and Say My Name), in 2003 Beyoncé began her solo career by releasing her debut album Dangerously in Love. The performance of Beyoncé and Prince in 2004 was awarded a Grammy, and this year the singer claims four awards at once, including the nomination “Best Musical Film” for the “Lion King” of 2019.
Best songs: Here You Come Again; Jolene
The Queen of Country hit the charts in 1977 with her debut album Here You Come Again, winning the first Grammy in 1979 for this track. Her two songs, Jolene and I Will Always Love You, were played in the Grammy Hall of Fame, and in 2011 Parton received the Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2019, the singer starred in her own Grammy movie with her godmother Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry and Casey Musgraves.
Dolly Parton at the 19th Grammy Awards in 1977
Best songs: If I Could Only Win Your Love; Elite hotel
The career of a country singer has been going on for more than 50 years, during which Harris works in a genre in which men often dominate. She collaborated with artists such as Bob Dylan and Graham Parsons, and received her first Grammy in 1976 for the "best vocal country performance" of the song Elite Hotel. To date, Emmilou Harris has 46 nominations. In 2018, she was awarded the Grammy Award for Life Achievements.
Emmylou Harris at the 12th Grammy Awards in 1970
Best songs: Evergreen (from A Star Is Born); Don’t Rain on my Parade
During her sixty-year career, the singer, actress, songwriter and director managed to do a lot. Barbara Streisand won the Grammy, Oscar, Emmy and Tony Awards, and received her first Grammy in 1963 for her debut album, The Barbra Streisand Album. The actress was invited to the Hall of Fame four times, but her potential goes far beyond music: Streisand is an activist in the field of protection of gay rights, was a member of the Women's March in 2017, and also donated to many foundations to combat the climate crisis.
Barbra Streisand at the 20th Grammy Awards in 1978
Best songs: Respect; Chain of Fools; A Natural Woman (You Make Me Feel Like)
The undisputed soul queen, who died in August 2018, has been working hard since the 1960s, but it was her words for the song Otis Redding’s Respect that made her work mainstream, providing the Grammy Award in 1967. Franklin got into the Hall of Fame thanks to five compositions: Respect; Chain of Fools; Amazing Grace A Natural Woman (You Make Me Feel Like) and I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You. Aretha Franklin was also a philanthropist and activist; many of her songs brought about social change, including Respect, which became the anthem of civil rights.
Aretha Franklin at the 14th Grammy Awards in 1972
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