Grammys Change Album of the Year Nomination Rule

The Recording Academy has changed its requirements in order to receive a nomination credit on an album being submitted for Album of the Year.

In order to be recognized for Album of the Year honors, a recipient must be part of at least 20 percent of an album’s creation.

Previously, any producers, songwriters, engineers and other featured artists just had to contribute to one song on an album featuring ten tracks or more in order to be recognized with Album of the Year honors.

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