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Lauryn Hill, Shania Twain, and Sheryl Crow win the most nods

The nominations for the 41st annual Grammy Awards were announced Tuesday. Lauryn Hill led with 10 nominations, followed by Shania Twain and Sheryl Crow with six each. The awards will be handed out in Los Angeles on Feb. 24.

Record of the Year

"The Boy is Mine," Brandy and Monica

"My Heart Will Go On," Celine Dion

"Iris," Goo Goo Dolls

"Ray of Light," Madonna

"You're Still the One," Shania Twain

Album of the Year

"The Globe Sessions," Sheryl Crow

"Version 2.0," Garbage

"The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill," Lauryn Hill

"Ray of Light," Madonna

"Come on Over," Shania Twain

Song of the Year (Award goes to songwriter)

"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing," written by Diane Warren (Aerosmith)

"Iris," written by David Rzeznick (Goo Goo Dolls)

"Lean on Me," written by Kirk Franklin (The Nu Nation Project)

"My Heart Will Go On," written by James Horner & Will Jennings (Celine Dion)

"You're Still the One," written by Robert John "Mutt" Lange & Shania Twain (Shania Twain)

Best New Artist

Backstreet Boys

Andrea Bocelli

Dixie Chicks

Lauryn Hill

Natalie Imbruglia

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

"My Favorite Mistake," Sheryl Crow

"My Heart Will Go On," Celine Dion

"Can't Take My Eyes Off of You," Lauryn Hill

"Torn," Natalie Imbruglia

"Adia," Sarah McLachlan

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance

"Save Tonight," Eagle-Eye Cherry

"My Father's Eyes," Eric Clapton

"Anytime," Brian McKnight

"Lullaby," Shawn Mullins

"You Were Meant for Me," Sting

Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal

"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing," Aerosmith

"One Week," Barenaked Ladies

"Iris," Goo Goo Dolls

"Crush," Dave Matthews Band

"Jump Jive an' Wail," The Brian Setzer Orchestra

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals

"How Come, How Long," Babyface with Stevie Wonder

"Kisses Sweeter than Wine," Jackson Browne & Bonnie Raitt

"I Still Have that Other Girl," Elvis Costello & Burt Bacharach

"I'm Your Angel," R. Kelly & Celine Dion

'Shenandoah," Van Morrison & The Chieftains

Best Pop Album

"Pilgrim," Eric Clapton

"Let's Talk About Love," Celine Dion

"Left of the Middle," Natalie Imbruglia

"Ray Of Light," Madonna

"The Dirty Boogie,' The Brian Setzer Orchestra

Best Female Rock Vocal Performance

"Raspberry Swirl," Tori Amos

"There Goes the Neighborhood," Sheryl Crow

"Glass House," Ani DiFranco

"Uninvited," Alanis Morissette

"Can't Let Go," Lucinda Williams

Best Male Rock Vocal Performance

"Everybody Here Wants You," Jeff Buckley

"Almost Saturday Night," John Fogerty

"Have a Little Faith in Me," John Hiatt

"Fly Away," Lenny Kravitz

"Your Life Is Now," John Mellencamp

Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal

"Pink," Aerosmith

"The Way," Fastball

"Celebrity Skin," Hole

"Bitter Sweet Symphony," The Verve

"Heroes," The Wallflowers

Best Rock Song (Award goes to songwriter)

"Bitter Sweet Symphony," written by Richard Ashcroft, Mick Jagger & Keith Richards (The Verve)

"Celebrity Skin," written by Billy Corgan, Eric Erlandson & Courtney Love (Hole)

"Closing Time," written by Dan Wilson (Semisonic)

"Have a Little Faith in Me," written by John Hiatt (John Hiatt)

"Uninvited," written by Alanis Morissette (Alanis Morrissette)

Best Rock Album

"The Globe Sessions," Sheryl Crow

"Premonition," John Fogerty

"Version 2.0," Garbage

"Celebrity Skin," Hole

"Before These Crowded Streets," Dave Matthews Band

Best Alternative Music Performance

"From the Choirgirl Hotel," Tori Amos

"Hello Nasty," Beastie Boys

"Is this Desire?" PJ Harvey

"Airbag/How Am I Driving?" Radiohead

"Adore," Smashing Pumpkins

Best Rap Solo Performance

"Dangerous," Busta Ryhmes

"Lost Ones," Lauryn Hill

"Hard Knock Life," Jay-Z

"Gone Till November," Wyclef Jean

"Gettin' Jiggy Wit It," Will Smith

Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group

"Intergalactic," Beastie Boys

"Money Ain't a Thang," Jermaine Dupri featuring Jay-Z

"Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)," Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz

"Rosa Parks," Outkast

"Ghetto Supastar," Pras Michel featuring Ol' Dirty Bastard and Mya

Best Rap Album

"Capital Punishment," Big Punisher

"Life in 1472 -- The Original Soundtrack," Jermaine Dupri

"Vol. 2 -- Hard Knock Life," Jay-Z

"Harlem World," Mase

"The Love Movement," A Tribe Called Quest

Best Hard Rock Performance

"Psycho Circus," Kiss

"The Dope Show," Marilyn Manson

"Fuel," Metallica

"Most High," Jimmy Page & Robert Plant

"Do the Evolution," Pearl Jam

Best Female R&B Vocal Performance

"Are You That Somebody?" Aaliyah

"Tyrone," Erykah Badu

"A Rose Is Still a Rose," Aretha Franklin

"Doo Wop (That Thing)," Lauryn Hill

"I Get Lonely," Janet Jackson

Best Male R&B Vocal Performance

"Matrimony: Maybe You," Maxwell

"The Only One for Me," Brian McKnight

"My Way," Usher

"I Know," Luther Vandross

"St. Louis Blues," Stevie Wonder

Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal

"The Boy Is Mine," Brandy & Monica

"Lean On Me," Kirk Franklin with Mary J. Blige, R. Kelly, Bono, Crystal Lewis & The Family

"Nothing Even Matters," Lauryn Hill & D'Angelo

"All My Life," K-Ci & JoJo

"Stay," The Temptations

Best R&B Song (Award goes to songwriter)

"All My Life," written by Rory Bennett & JoJo Hailey (K-Ci & JoJo)

"The Boy is Mine," written by Brandy, Lashawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins & Japhe Tejeda (Brandy & Monica)

"Doo Wop (That Thing)," written by Lauryn Hill (Lauryn Hill)

"Lean On Me," written by Kirk Franklin (Kirk Franklin With Mary J. Blige, R. Kelly, Bono, Crystal Lewis & The Family)

"A Rose Is Still a Rose," Lauryn Hill (Aretha Franklin)

Best R&B Album

"Live," Erykah Badu

"Never Say Never," Brandy

"A Rose Is Still a Rose," Aretha Franklin

"The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill," Lauryn Hill

"Embrya," Maxwell

Best Country Song (Award goes to songwriter)

"Holes in the Floor of Heaven," written by Billy Kirsch & Steve Wariner (Steve Wariner)

"If You Every Have Forever in Mind," written by Vince Gill & Troy Seals (Vince Gill)

"This Kiss," written by Beth Nielsen Chapman, Robin Lerner & Annie Roboff (Faith Hill)

"To Make You Feel My Love," written by Bob Dylan (Garth Brooks)

"You're Still the One," written by Robert John "Mutt" Lange & Shania Twain (Shania Twain)

Best Country Album

"Sevens," Garth Brooks

"Wide Open Spaces," Dixie Chicks

"Faith," Faith Hill

"Come On Over," Shania Twain

"Where Your Road Leads," Trisha Yearwood

For more, see the Official Grammy website .

Originally posted Jan 05, 1999
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