In a telling symbol of their domination of the music and media worlds, married couple Jay-Z and Beyonce are now tied for the most Grammy nominations in history, with 88 each.On Tuesday, Beyonce received nine nominations mostly related to her “Renaissance” album and Jay received five for featured appearances for the 65th Grammy Awards.If Beyoncé wins three of her nine nominations, she will tie the record for most Grammy wins of all time, held by classical great Georg Solti with...
Roc Nation’s NFL partnership for the Super Bowl’s halftime show began in 2019, but the company was especially suited for this year’s rap-heavy extravaganza. Featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar, the show from Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium earned Jay-Z his first Emmy to go along with his 24 Grammys. He should also have a more than passing interest in the next Super Bowl show, when Roc Nation artist Rihanna grabs the spotlight in Phoenix. The rapper-turned-entrepreneur’s Made In America festival celebrated its 10th anniversary in September and featured the likes of Bad Bunny, Tyler the Creator, Jazmine Sullivan and Burna Boy. Lest you think he hung up his mic, Jay-Z is also a featured artist on the title track of DJ Khaled’s “God Did,” which is up for multiple Grammys.