Unsurprisingly, Bey leads the field with NINE nominations for Lemonade including Album of the Year and Song of the Year! The Queen's nine nods bring her career total to 62 making her the MOST-nominated female artist in Grammy history! If Jay Z's wife is able to win eight of the categories, she'll have 28 total awards and surpass country star Alison Krauss as the winningest female!
Ch-ch-check out all the nominees (below) and let us know who you think should win album of the year!
The 30-year-old clearly did NOT want to sing for the crowd, because he attempted to fight the owner for pressuring him, screaming back:
"Get the f*ck out of my face!"
The R&B crooner says his contract regarding the appearance doesn't require him to sing. However, the hotspot's owner told TMZ they had actually made a verbal agreement in which the El Lay native would perform one song.
It seems this dispute and the fact that the owner was shoving a microphone in his face is what got Miguel so heated.
Early Friday morning, the songsmith released a chilling rough cut of a track titled How Many, in response to police brutality and the black lives that have been taken by authorities.
The singer shared the #BlackLivesMatter anthem on Soundcloud, writing in the description:
"This version was started (written/recorded) here in London in my hotel room between the hours of 4am and around 7am when i passed out. ill update this song every week until its complete. Please feel free to share. #blacklivesmatter"
The haunting song contains particularly poignant lyrics like:
"I'm tired of watching those murderers get off/While we bury the lost and loved and innocent."
He even sings in the powerful chorus:
"How many black lives, how many black lives/How many heartbeats turned into flatlines."
But now, the younger sister of Louis, Félicité Deakin (pictured above, left, with Louis), has figured out her own way to pay tribute to her mother in a very special manner, and we are SO touched by it.
On Friday, the 16-year-old Deakin shared the following image (below), a gorgeous portrait of the family with her late mother, Johannah Deakin, surrounded by all of her children: