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Taylor Swift’s Grammy Awards Journey Over th...

Taylor Swift’s Grammy Awards Journey Over the Past 10 years

Taylor Swift is certainly no stranger to the Recording Academy. Over the span of her successful career, the singer has managed to rack up 32 Grammy nominations and 10 wins overall. In fact, she actually took home album of the year when she was only 20, making her the youngest winner of the award in the show’s history. And that’s not the only record she holds. She is the first woman to win album of the year more than once for her own solo recordings, the second to do so was Adele in 2017.
While the 2019 Grammy nominations didn’t exactly favor her sixth album, Reputation, she does have once chance to win for best pop vocal album next year.

See the complete list of her nominations and wins and losses below. 

2008: Grammy nominations 1. Best new artist

How many she won: 0 

2010: Grammy nominations:8  1.Album of the year, Fearless 2. Best country album, 3Fearless Record of the year, 4.(“You Belong With Me) Song of the year, 5.“You Belong With Me” Best female pop vocal performance, 6.“You Belong With Me” Best female country vocal performance, 7.”White Horse” Best country song, 8. “White Horse” Best pop collaboration with vocals, “Breathe” (featuring Colbie Caillat)

How many she won 4; 1. Album of the year, 2. best female country vocal performance, 3.best country song, 4. best country album

2012:  Grammy nominations: 3, 1. Best country album, Speak Non 2. Best country solo performance, 3.“Mean Best country song, “MeanHow many she won: 1; Best song written for visual media

2014 Grammy nominations: 4; 1. Album of the year, Red Best country album, 2.Red Best country song, “Begin Again”3. Best country duo/group performance, 4. “Highway Don’t Care” (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban)How many she won: 0

2015: Grammy nominations:3; 1. Record of the year, “Shake It Off” 2. Song of the year, “Shake It Off” 3.Best pop solo performance, “Shake It OffHow many she won: 0

2016: Grammy nominations: 7: 1. Album of the year, 1989 2. Best pop vocal album, 1989 3.Record of the year, “Blank Space” 3.Song of the year, “Blank Space” 4. Best pop solo performance, “Blank Space” 5. Best pop duo/group performance, 6. “Bad Blood” (featuring Kendrick Lamar) 7.Best music video, “Bad Blood” (featuring Kendrick Lamar)How many she won: 3; 1. album of the year, 2. best pop vocal album, 3.best music video

2018 Grammy nominations: 2, 1. Best country song, “Better Man” 2. Best song written for visual media, 3“I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” (with Zayn Malik)How many she won: 0

By Melonie Wang

 

 

 

 

 

 


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