Grammy nominations: Taylor Swift breaks more records while SZA leads the pack

Pop powerhouse Taylor Swift has broken yet another record as the Grammy award nominations are revealed.

Swift, who is currently on the road with her epic Eras Tour, has become the first artist to have seven tracks nominated in the prestigious Song Of The Year category, with her track Anti-Hero picking up a nod.

She has previously been in the category with You Belong With Me, Shake It Off, Blank Space, Lover, Cardigan and All Too Well.

Swift's latest studio album Midnights is up for Album Of The Year, while her remix of the track Karma with Ice Spice was recognised in the duos category.

If she wins the album category, it would make her the first artist to bag the accolade four times.

But it's SZA who picks up the most nominations this year with nine, who is also up for song, album and duo performance, as well as best R&B performance and Record Of The Year.

She's followed by indie artist Phoebe Bridgers and her group Boygenius, as well as Olivia Rodrigo and Victoria Monet.

Billie Eilish and Miley Cyrus also picked up a handful of nominations, with the former getting recognition for her song What Was I Made For, which she wrote for the Barbie movie, while Cyrus' hit Flowers grabs several nods.

Barbie dominates the soundtrack category, with five of the six nominated tracks coming from the summer smash - including Ryan Gosling's I'm Just Ken and Dua Lipa's Dance The Night.

Jon Batiste has the most nominations among male artists, going up in the jazz category, as well as Record, Song and Album of the year.

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Beyonce remains the most decorated artist in Grammy history, with 32 trophies, followed by Hungarian conductor Georg Solti with 31, and legendary producer Quincy Jones who has 28.

Next year's ceremony will be held at the Arena in Los Angeles on 4 February, and be televised in the US on CBS and Paramount+.