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Beyoncé, Jhené Aiko & More: Who Should Win Best R&B Performance at the 2021 Grammys? Vote!

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Beyonce attends the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Madison Square Garden on January 28, 2018 in New York City.

The 2021 Grammy nominations crowned Queen Beyoncé as the leading lady with nine nods, including best R&B performance, and Billboard wants to know: Who do you think deserves to win in this category?

Bey's Juneteenth single "Black Parade" also scored nominations for record of the year, song of the year and best R&B song. Alabama ShakesBrittany Howard, whose song "Goat Head" received a nod for best R&B performance, is the most-nominated artist out of anyone who didn’t receive a nod in any of the Big Four categories with five nominations across the rock, R&B, alternative and American roots genres.

Two album of the year nominees, Jhené Aiko and Jacob Collier, are also competing in this category with "Lightning & Thunder" by Aiko, featuring John Legend, and "All I Need" by Collier, featuring Mahalia and Ty Dolla $ign. Emily King is also up with "See Me," which she released this year in support of the resurgent Black Lives Matter movement.

So who should take home the award for best R&B performance at next year's Grammys? Vote below!

2021 Grammy Nominations: Beyoncé, Taylor Swift & Roddy Ricch Lead With Most Nods | Billboard News