Today (Nov. 10), the full list of nominees for the 2024 Grammy Awards was revealed, and SZA is the leader in a group full of R&B and pop’s biggest female artists. The chart-topping songstress scored a whopping nine nods for her sophomore LP, SOS, and its breakout single, “Kill Bill,” putting her in top categories like Best R&B Performance and Album of the Year.

“It’s really spectacular. She obviously had a banner year,” said Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr. about the Top Dawg frontrunner in an interview with Billboard. “Extremely hyper-creative project. She’s extremely talented. The music really resonated with our voters. I’m excited for her.”

Not far behind SZA is Victoria Monét, who earned seven thanks to the critically acclaimed debut LP Jaguar II. The Sacramento star will also go up against the likes of Coco Jones and Ice Spice in the Best New Album category. Other notable women on the list include Janelle Monáe, Doja Cat, Summer Walker, and Coi Leray, the last of whom holds her own against hip hop heavyweights like Drake, 21 Savage, and Kendrick Lamar for Best Rap Performance.

Check out a some of the high-stakes selections below. The full list of 94 categories can be found at the official website for the Grammys, which takes place Feb. 4, 2024 at Los Angeles’ Arena.

Album of the Year

boygenius – The Record

Janelle Monáe – The Age of Pleasure

Jon Batiste – World Music Radio

Lana Del Rey – Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd

Miley Cyrus – Endless Summer Vacation

Olivia Rodrigo – Guts


Taylor Swift – Midnights

Record of the Year

Billie Eilish – “What Was I Made For?”

boygenius – “Not Strong Enough”

Jon Batiste – “Worship”

Miley Cyrus – “Flowers”

Olivia Rodrigo – “Vampire”

SZA – “Kill Bill”

Taylor Swift – “Anti-Hero”

Victoria Monét – “On My Mama”

Song of the Year

Billie Eilish – “What Was I Made For?”

Dua Lipa – “Dance the Night”

Jon Batiste – “Butterfly”

Lana Del Rey – “A&W”

Miley Cyrus – “Flowers”

Olivia Rodrigo – “Vampire”

SZA – “Kill Bill”

Taylor Swift – “Anti-Hero”

Best New Artist

Coco Jones

Gracie Abrams

Fred again..

Ice Spice

Jelly Roll

Noah Kahan

Victoria Monét

The War and Treaty

Best Pop Solo Performance

Billie Eilish – “What Was I Made For?”

Doja Cat – “Paint the Town Red”

Miley Cyrus – “Flowers”

Olivia Rodrigo – “Vampire”

Taylor Swift – “Anti-Hero”

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

Labrinth feat. Billie Eilish – “Never Felt So Alone”

Lana Del Rey feat. Jon Batiste – “Candy Necklace”

Miley Cyrus feat. Brandi Carlile – “Thousand Miles”

SZA feat. Phoebe Bridgers – “Ghost in the Machine”

Taylor Swift feat. Ice Spice – “Karma”

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical

Jack Antonoff

Dernst “D’Mile” Emile II


Metro Boomin

Daniel Nigro

Best Rap Album

Drake and 21 Savage – Her Loss

Killer Mike – MICHAEL

Metro Boomin – Heroes & Villains

Nas – King’s Disease III

Travis Scott – UTOPIA

Best Rap Performance

Baby Keem feat. Kendrick Lamar – “The Hillbillies”

Black Thought – “Love Letter”

Coi Leray – “Players”

Drake and 21 Savage – “Rich Flex”

Killer Mike feat. André 3000, Future, and Eryn Allen Kane – “Scientists & Engineers”

Best R&B Album

Babyface – Girls Night Out

Coco Jones – What I Didn’t Tell You

Emily King – Special Occasion

Summer Walker – Clear 2: Soft Life EP

Victoria Monét – Jaguar II

Best R&B Performance

Chris Brown – “Summer Too Hot”

Coco Jones – “ICU”

Robert Glasper feat. SiR and Alex Isley – “Back to Love”

SZA – “Kill Bill”

Victoria Monét – “How Does It Make You Feel”