The Grammy nominations are here and Beyoncé leads the pack with nine nominations, followed by Drake, Rihanna, and Kanye West with eight apiece and Chance the Rapper with seven.
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Margaret Cho, Tig Notaro and Amy Schumer made a little bit of Grammys history when nominations were announced Tuesday morning. For the first time ever, the comedy album category recognized more projects by women than those by men.
Cho, Notaro and Schumer also have a shot at joining the very short list of women who have won Grammys for comedy. Only three women have won the award in its present incarnation: Lily Tomlin in 1972, Whoopi Goldberg in 1986 and Kathy Griffin in 2014.
Before that, Jo Stafford and Elaine May won comedy performance Grammys with their respective partners in the 1960s.
Cho, who received a nod for “American Myth,” has previously been nominated three times, while Notaro's nomination for “Boyish Girl Interrupted” marks the comedian's second overall. Schumer is a first-time nominee for “Live at the Apollo.”
David Cross' “… America … Great …” and Patton Oswalt's “Talking for Clapping” round out the category.