Beyonce vs. Adele Grammys is gearing up as one of the most exciting Album of the Year battles. Do you remember how enraged people became when Adele defeated Beyoncé for album of the year at the 2017 Grammy Awards?
People like Adele, who declared that Beyoncé is “the artist of my life” and that “the Lemonade album was just so significant… A piece of me died within,” come to mind. I thought her moment had come to triumph.
The battle for Album of the Year at the GRAMMYS is heating up this year! Rumor is that Beyoncé and Adele will face off in a rematch to compete for the most prestigious title Album Of The Year.
Though Adele may have won last time, Beyonce’s resilience and grace are unparalleled. It’ll surely be a close match, so stay tuned and follow along.
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Beyonce Vs. Adele Grammy 2023: Who Will Win Album of the Year?
It’s been four years since Adele and Beyonce faced off for Album of the Year at the 2017 Grammy Awards. Since then, both artists have released new music and toured worldwide.
Both of them are Grammy history aces. But out of her 28 Grammy awards, Beyoncé has only triumphed in one Big Four category. Seven of Adele’s 15 Grammy awards came in the Big Four categories.
On February 12, 2017, the 59th Grammy Awards took place, when the two performers competed against each other in four categories. These four competitions were all Adele won.
Adele wasn’t the only one to express concern over the Grammy voters’ choice. Beyoncé’s loss, which came after Beck’s “Morning Phase” beat out her self-titled 2013 album, was seen by musicians, journalists, and industry insiders as proof that the Recording Academy was out of touch with a pop scene that was heavily powered by Black innovation.
The socially conscious “Formation” by Beyoncé lost out to the smash hit “Hello” by the British superstar. The third song from Beyoncé’s Lemonade album, “Hold Up,” was beaten out by “Hello” for best pop solo performance. Last but not least, 25 won album of the year over Lemonade.
The audience rose to their feet to applaud Adele’s victory. During her acceptance speech for the last prize, a visibly moved Adele practically gave the Grammy to Beyoncé, who was sitting in the front row with her husband, Jay-Z. One of the kindest and most grateful speeches in award ceremony history is Adele’s.
That night, Beyoncé didn’t go home empty-handed. Since that night, Beyoncé has won seven more Grammys in addition to the two she won for the best urban contemporary album for Lemonade and best music video for “Formation.”
Adele’s Comeback After a Four-Year Hiatus
In 2019, after a four-year hiatus, Adele released her fifth studio album, “25”. The album was an instant hit, selling over 5 million copies in its first week alone! Her single “Hello” became one of her most successful tracks ever and earned her three Grammy awards in 2016.
Adele also made headlines with her highly anticipated live performances at Wembley Stadium in London and her appearance on Saturday Night Live in 2020. She also recently announced she’ll take a break from touring after wrapping up her 2021 arena tour.
This break will give Adele time to focus on creating new music for her next album, which we can expect to hear sometime before 2023, when she will face off against Beyoncé once again for Album of the Year!
The Rematch of Beyonce vs. Adele Grammys 2023
Since 2017, Beyoncé has released two incredibly successful albums; “Lemonade” (2016) and “The Gift” (2019). Both albums were critically acclaimed and earned multiple Grammy awards, including Album of the Year for “Lemonade” in 2017 (which beat out Adele!).
In addition to these two records, Beyoncé has also worked on various other projects such as writing songs for films like The Lion King and starring in Disney’s live-action version of Cinderella (2021). She is now preparing to embark on yet another world tour later this year, sure to bring even more success for Queen Bey!
Beyoncé’s Chances of Winning Album Of The Year 2023
Beyoncé has won 24 Grammys—more than any other female artist in history—and is sure to be a strong contender for album of the year in 2023.
With her last album, Lemonade, released in 2016, she will likely have had plenty of time to create something special for her next project. Fans are already speculating about what it might sound like, and if it is anything like her previous work, it could easily blow away the competition.
Adele’s Chances of Winning Album Of The Year 2023
Critics have consistently praised Adele since her debut album, 19 hit shelves back in 2008. Her most recent release, 25, rocketed up the charts and won multiple awards, including record and album of the year at the 2017 Grammys.
With over 100 million record sales worldwide, there is no doubt that she will be another major contender in the album of the year in 2023. While Adele’s music tends to have more traditional pop sensibilities than Beyoncé’s more experimental sounds, both artists have proven to deliver hit after hit with their respective sounds.
The Grammys in 2023 May Feature The Biggest Star Lineup
There are probably going to be a lot of historical firsts among this year’s Grammy nominations.
Un Verano Sin Ti by Bad Bunny is anticipated to be the first Spanish-language album to receive an album of the year nomination. With her laborious “Taylor’s Version” expansion of the ten-year-old “Red,” Taylor Swift might become the first artist nominated for that award twice with the same album.
Should Kendrick Lamar receive a nod with “Mr. The native of Compton, Morale & the Big Steppers, will become the first rapper to contend for album of the year with four straight studio albums?
The ceremony’s main categories are taking on the appearance of a wider conflict between conservative white singer-songwriters and more creative musicians of color. Record of the Year nominations might also include “Harry’s House” by Harry Styles and “American Heartbreak” by alt-country singer Zach Bryan, in addition to Beyoncé, Lamar, and Bad Bunny’s, Steve Lacy’s psych-soul album “Gemini Rights” and Rosala’s avant-pop exploration “Motomami.” (The Weeknd didn’t submit his follow-up, “Dawn FM,” while a representative for Drake didn’t answer a query about whether he submitted his most recent, “Honestly, Nevermind,” after he pledged to boycott the Grammys following the “After Hours” controversy.)
Adele and Beyonce are two of the biggest names in pop music, and their clash for the album of the year 2023 will surely be an epic one. Both artists have shown that they can deliver hit after hit with their respective sounds and styles, so it’s hard to predict who will come out on top. Only time will tell, but one thing’s for sure—it will be fierce competition!