Kendrick Lamar will finally get the recognition he deserves at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards. The Compton rapper received 11 nominations making him the second most nominated artist in a year, behind Michael Jackson, who had 12. He also set a new record for the most nominations for a rapper in a single year, beating out Eminem‘s previous record of 10 at the 53rd Annual Grammys.

Following Lamar, is The Weeknd with seven nominations and Drake with five.

Lamar’s album, To Pimp A Butterfly, will go up against The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind the Madness in the Album of the Year category.

READ: Kendrick Lamar Crashed a Wedding and Almost Got Kicked Out!

Record of the Year nominees include D’Angelo and The Vanguards “Really Love,” Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars‘ “Uptown Funk” and The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face.”

Lamar’s “Alright” is nominated for Song of the Year as is Wiz Khalifa featuing Charlie Puth’s “See You Again.”

The nominees for Best Urban Contemporary Album are The Internet‘s Ego Death, Kehlani‘s You Should Be Here, Lianne La Havas‘ Blood, Miguel‘s Wildheart and The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind the Madness. 

Catch all the winners and performances when the 58th Annual Grammy Awards airs live on Monday, February 15 at 8 PM live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Below, are some of the nominees and categories you should keep your eyes on!

RECORD OF THE YEAR
“Really Love” – D’Angelo And The Vanguard
“Uptown Funk” – Mark Ronson Featuring Bruno Mars
“Thinking Out Loud” – Ed Sheeran
“Blank Space” – Taylor Swift
“Can’t Feel My Face” – The Weeknd

ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Sound & Color – Alabama Shakes
To Pimp A Butterfly – Kendrick Lamar
Traveller – Chris Stapleton
1989 – Taylor Swift
Beauty Behind The Madness – The Weeknd

SONG OF THE YEAR
“Alright” – Kendrick Lamar
“Blank Space” – Taylor Swift
“Girl Crush” – Little Big Town
“See You Again” – Wiz Khalifa Featuring Charlie Puth
“Thinking Out Loud” – Ed Sheeran

BEST NEW ARTIST
Courtney Barnett
James Bay
Sam Hunt
Tori Kelly
Meghan Trainor

BEST POP SOLO PERFORMANCE
“Heartbeat Song” – Kelly Clarkson
“Love Me Like You Do” – Ellie Goulding
“Thinking Out Loud” – Ed Sheeran
“Blank Space” – Taylor Swift
“Can’t Feel My Face” – The Weeknd

BEST R&B PERFORMANCE
“If I Don’t Have You” – Tamar Braxton
“Rise Up” – Andra Day
“Breathing Underwater” – Hiatus Kaiyote
“Planes” – Jeremih Featuring J. Cole
“Earned It (Fifty Shades Of Grey)” – The Weeknd

BEST TRADITIONAL R&B PERFORMANCE
“He Is” – Faith Evans
“Little Ghetto Boy” – Lalah Hathaway
“Let It Burn” – Jazmine Sullivan
“Shame” – Tyrese
“My Favorite Part Of You” – Charlie Wilson

BEST R&B SONG
“Coffee” – Miguel
“Earned It” – The Weeknd
“Let It Burn” – Jazmine Sullivan
“Really Love” – D’Angelo And The Vanguard
“Shame” – Tyrese

BEST URBAN CONTEMPORARY ALBUM
Ego Death – The Internet
You Should Be Here – Kehlani
Blood – Lianne La Havas
Wildheart – Miguel
Beauty Behind The Madness – The Weeknd

BEST R&B ALBUM
Coming Home – Leon Bridges
Black Messiah – D’Angelo And The Vanguard
Cheers To The Fall – Andra Day
Reality Show – Jazmine Sullivan
Forever Charlie – Charlie Wilson

BEST RAP PERFORMANCE
“Apparently” – J. Cole
“Back To Back” – Drake
“Trap Queen” – Fetty Wap
“Alright” – Kendrick Lamar
“Truffle Butter” – Nicki Minaj Featuring Drake & Lil Wayne
“All Day” – Kanye West Featuring Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom & Paul McCartney

BEST RAP/SUNG COLLABORATION
“One Man Can Change The World” – Big Sean Featuring Kanye West & John Legend
“Glory” – Common & John Legend
“Classic Man” – Jidenna Featuring Roman GianArthur
“These Walls” – Kendrick Lamar Featuring Bilal, Anna Wise & Thundercat
“Only” – Nicki Minaj Featuring Drake, Lil Wayne & Chris Brown

BEST RAP SONG
“All Day” – Kanye West Featuring Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom & Paul McCartney)
“Alright” – Kendrick Lamar
“Energy” – Drake
“Glory” – Common & John Legend
“Trap Queen” – Fetty Wap

BEST RAP ALBUM
2014 Forest Hills Drive – J. Cole
Compton – Dr. Dre
If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late – Drake
To Pimp A Butterfly – Kendrick Lamar
The Pinkprint – Nicki Minaj

Brittney Fennell

Brittney Fennell

Brittney is the Associate Editor of Jawbreaker and a writer who has goals to disrupt culture in ways unseen.