The Grammy Awards have arrived. This Sunday, January 26, the greatest craftsmen of the year will be delegated live at the 62nd version of the yearly occasion.

Driving the selections is Lizzo, with eight. The flute player rapper-vocalist artist specialist is up for probably the greatest Grammys, including Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year. Lizzo's assignments — her first — are a fitting capper to an amazing year for the craftsman, whose melodies "Truth Hurts" and "Squeeze" managed the diagrams in 2019.

Likewise gaining their first Grammy designations are 18-year-old pop wunderkind Billie Eilish and 20-year-old type mixing rapper Lil Nas X, who intently follow Lizzo in the general field with six assignments each. Next comes the more prepared Grammy candidate Ariana Grande with five assignments, remembering her first gesture for the Album of the Year classification for the life-changing thank u, next, drove by the single "7 Rings." (Lizzo, Eilish, and Grande are altogether booked to perform at the show too.)

An unexpected enormous classification squeaker — there's constantly one! — is Lil Nas X, whose remix of "Old Town Road" highlighting Billy Ray Cyrus turned into an inevitable earworm in 2019. The hit nation trap single broke Billboard diagram records and generated various remixes, so its Record of the Year selection is normal and merited, as is Lil Nas X's Best New Artist gesture. In any case, his Album of the Year designation for his introduction EP, 7 — which highlights two renditions of "Old Town Road" and a nearly meager five different tracks — has numerous music fans scratching their heads.

Likewise up for Album of the Year are works by a trio of specialists who rose above independent tastemakers' playlists to discover standard achievement: i,i by Bon Iver, who recently won Best New Artist (after the arrival of Bon Iver, Bon Iver in 2014); Father of the Bride by Vampire Weekend, denoting the band's first Grammy gesture in one of the honors' best three classifications; and Norman Fucking Rockwell by Lana Del Rey, who has been named for numerous Grammys previously, yet never Album of the Year.

A striking oversight is Lover by Taylor Swift, which was generally welcomed as both a development and an arrival to nation pop shape for the vocalist. Despite the fact that the title track and "You Need to Calm Down" got singular selections, the collection itself was consigned to Best Pop Vocal Album — not the most obvious of classes. It's conceivable that Swift slice it excessively near the Grammys' window of qualification to gather a lot of notice from voters for the full-length LP. Sweetheart was discharged on August 23, only in front of the Grammys' cutoff on August 31.

Beneath, we've recorded the chosen people in the Grammys' four significant classifications, which perceive craftsmen over all kinds.

Visit the Grammys' site for the full list of chosen people in every one of the 84 classes. The honors air live January 26 on CBS at 8 pm Eastern/5 pm Pacific.