Geez what a difference a year makes. At last year's Grammys the COVID-19 pandemic wasn't even a pandemic yet. It may have been the last thing on our minds as the morning before the awards, the news broke that Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others passed in a tragic helicopter accident. It was just the start to a year like no other. When the 2021 Grammys role around this Sunday, there is much more optimism for what is ahead but first we celebrate the music that got us through quarantine and much more.

The 63rd Grammy Awards will be hosted by Trevor Noah after Alicia Keys had hosting duties for the past two years. Almost without exception the Grammys take place in January. Like everything else, this year was the exception and the award show was moved to Los Angeles because of growing concerns for the spread of the virus and restrictions. Some of those have been lifted and the show will go on even without an audience.

What TV Channel is the 2021 Grammy Awards on?

The Grammys will be shown on CBS at 8:00 p.m. ET. You can live stream your favorite entertainment on fuboTV.

How to Watch the 2021 Grammy Awards on fuboTV

When: Sunday, March 14
Time: 8 p.m. ET
TV: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch the Grammys free with fuboTV)

The Staples Center is usually where the event takes place but it will only serve as a backdrop to the stages artists will perform on at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Performances will include but aren't limited to Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, BTS, Dua Lipa, Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Post Malone, Lil Baby, John Mayer, Doja Cat, DaBaby, Roddy Ricch, Chris Martin, Taylor Swift, and Billie Eilish.

In her eternal greatness, it only seems appropriate that Beyoncé has the most nominations this year with nine after she released her companion album The Lion King: The Gift. Dua Lipa, Roddy Ricch and Taylor Swift closely follow with six noms of their own. But an artist that is notably absent from this year's Grammy Awards is The Weeknd. The Canadian crooner arguably had the biggest year of any musician with his After Hours album release led by the No. 1 single Blinding Lights. To not win is one thing, but to have zero nominations is just inexplicable.

He was the headliner at the Super Bowl on the same network as the Grammys. In light of this, The Weeknd is boycotting the future awards and announced he would not allow his label to submit his music to the Grammys. This year's show will feature how the music industry dealt with the drastic changes brought on by the pandemic. Unfortunately direct confrontation with artists will very much be intact at this years shows. Regardless, here is the list of nominations of the night's biggest categories.

1. Record Of The Year

  • Black Parade - Beyoncé
  • Colors - Black Pumas
  • Rockstar - DaBaby Feat. Roddy Ricch
  • Say So - Doja Cat
  • Everything I Wanted - Billie Eilish
  • Don't Start Now - Dua Lipa
  • Circles - Post Malone
  • Savage - Megan Thee Stallion Featuring Beyoncé

2. Album Of The Year

  • Chilombo CHILOMBO - Jhené Aiko
  • Black Pumas BLACK PUMAS - Black Pumas
  • Everyday Life EVERYDAY LIFE - Coldplay
  • Djesse Vol.3 - Jacob Collier
  • Women In Music PT. III - HAIM
  • Future Nostalgia - Dua Lipa
  • Hollywood's Bleeding - Post Malone
  • Folklore - Taylor Swift

3. Song Of The Year

  • Black Parade - Beyoncé
  • The Box - Roddy Ricch
  • Cardigan - Taylor Swift
  • Circles - Post Malone
  • Don't Start Now - Dua Lipa
  • Everything I Wanted - Billie Eilish
  • I Can't Breathe - H.E.R.
  • If the World Was Ending - JP Saxe Featuring Julia Michaels

4. Best New Artist

  • Ingrid Andress
  • Phoebe Bridgers
  • Chika
  • Noah Cyrus
  • D Smoke
  • Doja Cat
  • Kaytranada
  • Megan Thee Stallion