The Recording Academy has announced the official nominations for the 63rd annual Grammy Awards.

It is a big day for the EDM scene, as a slew of artists received well-deserved nods for their spectacular work this past year. Up for the award of Best Dance Recording are Diplo and SIDEPIECE for their collaborative hit “On My Mind,” Disclosure for the duo’s Aminé and Slowthai-assisted Energy cut “My High,” Flume and Toro y Moi for “The Difference,” Jayda G for her single “Both of Us,” and KAYTRANADA for “10%.”

Canadian production prodigy KAYTRANADA is also a nominee for the Grammy Award for Best New Artist. He received a nod in the category of Best Dance/Electronic Album as well for his sophomore album BUBBA, joining KiCk i by Arica, Planet’s Mad by Baauer, Energy by Disclosure, and Good Faith by Madeon.

The Best Remixed Recording is another EDM-centric category that includes Grammy winner RAC‘s remix of Phil Good‘s “Do You Ever” as well as Morgan Page‘s remix of “Imaginary Friends” by deadmau5. Louie Vega‘s “Main Mix” of Jasper Street Co.‘s “Praying for You,” Haywyre‘s rework of Bazzi‘s “Young & Alive,” and Imanbek‘s smash hit remix of SAINt JHN‘s “Roses” round out the category.





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