Taylor Swift's folklore Sweeps 2021 Grammys Nominations - E! Online

That is not folklore: Taylor Swift simply acquired six nominations for the 2021 Grammys!

On Tuesday, Nov. 24, it was introduced that the celebrity singer is up for quite a few awards for her eighth studio album, folklore, together with Finest Pop Solo Efficiency for “cardigan,” Finest Pop Duo/Group Efficiency for “exile,” Finest Pop Vocal Album for folklore, Album of the 12 months, in addition to Tune of the 12 months for “cardigan.”

Swift was additionally nominated for Finest Tune Written for Visible Media for “Lovely Ghosts” from Cats, which she wrote alongside Andrew Lloyd Webber.

These nominations come simply days after the “cardigan” artist picked up a number of awards on the 2020 American Music Awards. Whereas just about accepting the award for Artist of the 12 months, T.Swift, referenced her ongoing music battle and revealed she could not be on the ceremony as a result of she’s at present re-recording “all my outdated music.”

As followers could recall, Swift recorded her newest album in secret amid the coronavirus pandemic and the document has acquired rave critiques since its shock launch in July. “Many of the issues I had deliberate this summer season did not find yourself taking place, however there’s something I hadn’t deliberate on that DID occur. And that factor is my eighth studio album, folklore,” the 10-time Grammy winner wrote over the summer season. “Shock [hug emoji] Tonight at midnight I will be releasing my total model new album of songs I’ve poured all of my whims, goals, fears, and musings into.”