Allison Russell and Drake Lead Canadian Grammy Nominees with Sound Mixer Serban Ghenea In The Running
As the Grammy Awards draw near, two of Canada's finest musical talents, folk singer Allison Russell and rapper Drake, are positioned at the forefront, each boasting four nominations. Russell's deeply personal album 'Outside Child' and Drake's collaboration with 21 Savage on 'Her Loss' have earned them critical acclaim and the potential for Grammy gold.
Canadians Shine on the Grammy Nominations List
Accompanying the Canadian duo is the highly praised mix engineer Serban Ghenea. Though originally from Romania, Ghenea's Canadian upbringing has been a part of his journey to becoming a revered name in the music industry. With expertise that has shaped the sounds for artists like Olivia Rodrigo and Taylor Swift, Ghenea has already earned himself an impressive 19 Grammy Awards. This year, his magic touch could bring him even more success, as he has secured seven nominations for his mixing prowess.
More Canadian Grammy Contenders
The Grammy nominations have also recognized other Canadian talents, such as Toronto's indie sensation Alvvays in the best alternative music performance and Niagara Falls' own Joel Zimmerman, widely known as Deadmau5, for best dance/electronic album. In an exciting turn of events, legendary singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell will not only perform at the Grammy ceremony for the first time but is also in the running for the best folk album alongside fellow countryman Rufus Wainwright.
Grammy Awards Broadcast Details
The illustrious 66th Grammy Awards ceremony, with Trevor Noah as host, promises an evening of celebration and recognition of the music industry's finest talents. The awards show is set to air on Citytv and CBS for audiences to enjoy. Prior to the main event, a pre-telecast will stream on Grammy.com, where most of the awards categories will be announced.Grammy, Canadian, Nominees