Guitar hero is back.
And this time it’s a Grammy.
The Grammys have announced their nominations for the 2018 season, which are due Nov. 18.
There are no winners for this year, and no new winners will be announced until after Jan. 12, 2019, when the ceremony will be moved to Jan. 15, 2020.
The 2018 awards will be presented to the nominees of the Best Rock Performance for a Variety Performance and Song for a Rock Song category, along with a Grammy for Best Rock Album.
(A Best Rock Solo Performance will be given for a group performance, not for a solo artist.)
The 2018 Grammy nominations are as follows: Album of the Year: Gitaroo (Grammys) Album of a Lifetime: Goner (Guitarsmiths) Album in the Pop Category: The Greatest Hits of the 20th Century (Gigames) Album for the Young Artist in the Top 10 of Billboard’s Pop Songs for the Week Ending Oct. 29, 2018 (Radio Songs) Song of the Decade: We Can’t Stop (Gravity) Song for the Decades: The Best of Rock, Soul, Country, Folk, and Pop (R&R) Album that Is Best of the Century: Greatest Hits (Warner Bros.)
Artist of the Month: The Roots (The Roots) Best New Artist: Kendrick Lamar (Fruitvale Station) Best Alternative Album: GWAR (RADIO) Best Rap Album: Jay Z (TDE) Best Country Album: The Beatles (White Album) Best R& ;R Album: Drake (OneRepublic) Best Rock Song: The Chainsmokers (A.G.)
Best Rap Song: Snoop Dogg (The Slim Shady LP) Best Pop Album: Justin Bieber (Lemonade) Best Adult Album: Katy Perry (Roar) Best Documentary Feature: HBO’s Making a Murderer (HBO)