Mill released his first album, "Dreams and Nightmares", in 2012, and has gone on to have a successful career as a rapper, despite being incarcerated for several years. She received five nominals, including including three in the star categories.
The nominees for the 62nd annual Grammy Awards have been revealed, with some of the biggest names in the music industry scoring recognition for their work.
The Spanish singer has released two albums and countless singles in the last few years, and has even picked up some awards along the way, including five Latin Grammys, two in 2018 and two in 2019.
She's got some stiff competition for the show's big award: Along with Lizzo's "Cuz I Love You", Eilish's "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?" and Lil Nas X's "7", H.E.R.'s "I Used to Know Her" will compete with Vampire Weekend's "Father of the Bride", Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next", Bon Iver's "I, I" and Lana Del Rey's "Norman (Expletive) Rockwell!" Last year, Ariana Grande won this category for Sweetener. Her other nominations include best American Roots performance and best American Roots song for "Faraway Look", as well as best Americana album for "Walk Through Fire", which was produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. She didn't just score four Grammy noms, however.
Personally, I would like Lizzo to win for the song "Truth Hurts" because I find it an empowering song that anyone can listen to hype themselves up, but because of popularity, I could see Billie Eilish or Ariana Grande winning.
"Truth Hurts" was co-written by Tele, Jesse Saint John and Ricky Reed, nominated for the year producer title (unconventional).
Ariana Grande managed to receive five nominations despite skipping the Grammys past year after disagreements with producers.
Creating an album instead of focusing on singles is also important to H.E.R., who is returning to the 2020 Grammys with her second nomination for album of the year.
The Cranberries were nominated for the eighth and final album, "In the End", which surviving members of the Irish band created from the unfinished voice of singer Dolores O'Riordan, who died previous year.
The Grammy Awards will be handed out in Los Angeles on January 26 in a ceremony hosted by Alicia Keys.