Guyton, who will also be performing at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards, is the first Black solo female artist to be nominated in a country category at the Grammys, for her single "Black Like Me." Fellow country singer Andress is up for best new artist, while Finneas is nominated in two other Big Four categories: record and song of the year for his sister Billie Eilish's "Everything I Wanted" hit. Watt receives his first Grammy nod for producer of the year, non-classical for co-writing and producing hits for Post Malone, Dua Lipa, Justin Bieber, Cardi B and many more.
Billboard News' Grammys pre-show, hosted by Jordyn Rolling, is set to air at 7 p.m. ET on Billboard's Twitter ahead of the awards show at 8 p.m. ET. Aside from the all-star interviews, the pre-show will feature predictions from senior director of music Jason Lipshutz, a state of R&B segment with the magazine's executive director of R&B/hip-hop Gail Mitchell, and a roundtable discussion about Black women in music in 2020 with hip-hop editor Carl Lamarre and staff writer Heran Mamo.