Taylor Swift eyes a groundbreaking fourth Album of the Year win at the Grammys, potentially making her the artist with the most victories in this prestigious category.

Taylor Swift's Album of the Year Feat:


If Swift's "Midnights" wins, she would surpass icons like Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, and Frank Sinatra, establishing her as the top Album of the Year winner.

Swift's Potential Records:


Swift, nominated for seven awards, might clinch her first Song of the Year win with "Anti-Hero," adding another dimension to her successful night.

Song of the Year Anticipation:


At just 22, Billie Eilish could tie the record for the most wins in the Record of the Year category with her track from the "Barbie" soundtrack.

Billie Eilish's Record Aspirations:


SZA or Janelle Monae could make history by becoming the first Black woman this century to win Album of the Year, with SZA considered a frontrunner.

Historic Album Win for Black Women:


The Best New Artist category features unique contenders, including Jelly Roll as a potential oldest winner and The War and Treaty as a husband-and-wife duo.

Unique Best New Artist Contenders:


Chris Stapleton could set records in country categories, either tying for the most wins in Best Country Song or extending his record for Best Country Solo Performance.

Chris Stapleton's Country Records:


Jack Antonoff aims to become the fourth artist in history to win each of the "Big Four" categories, provided Swift secures Record of the Year for "Anti-Hero."

Producer Jack Antonoff's Grand Slam:


Betting odds favor Taylor Swift for Album of the Year, but surprises are common, as seen with Harry Styles' unexpected win in the previous year.

Swift's Favorable Odds:


Women dominate the Grammy nominations, with Batiste being the sole male artist among the top contenders in Album, Record, and Song of the Year.

Female Dominance in Nominations:


Nine nominations for SZA, leading all nominees this year, making her a major contender in top categories.

Big Number:


Keep an eye on record-breaking moments and surprises during the Grammys airing on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on CBS and Paramount+. Performances by renowned artists like Rodrigo, Dua Lipa, SZA, Eilish, Billy Joel, Luke Combs, and Joni Mitchell add to the anticipation of a memorable night.

What to Watch For:


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