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The 63rd Grammy Awards ceremony, originally scheduled for Jan. 31 at Staples Center, has been postponed until March 14 as the COVID-19 crisis surges in L.A.

In 2020, Megan Thee Stallion clocked two smash hits, advocated for Black women on ‘SNL’ and got four Grammy nods. She also survived a shooting and its aftermath.

They were the Grammy nominee few knew last year, but the Texas-based soul-funk duo Black Pumas could clean up at 2021’s ceremony with its three nominations.

From her Oscar-winning turn as Judy Garland in 2019’s “Judy,” Renée Zellweger is nominated for her first Grammy Award, for traditional pop vocal album.

The Puerto Rican hitmaker, fresh off the release of his history-making new album “El Último Tour del Mundo,” is nominated for two Grammys in 2021.

The 26-year-old muso is this year’s “who?” in the Grammys’ album of the year category. But he’s already won past awards and counts some famous fans on his side.

Hailing from a successful musical family, Inglewood’s D Smoke won a rap competition show on Netflix, propelling him to two unlikely Grammy nominations.

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Bad Bunny, J Balvin and Tainy are the only Latin artists nominated for a Grammy beyond the Latin categories. They collaborated with British singer Dua Lipa.

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