2016 Grammy Awards: Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd Lead Grammy Nominations

Kendrick Lamar The Weeknd

The nominations for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards were announced today (Dec. 7) on CBS This Morning.

Rapper Kendrick Lamar leads the nominations with 11 nods, including album of the year for “To Pimp a Butterfly.” The Weeknd picked up seven nominations, which also includes album of the year. Drake followed behind with five nominations, including best rap song (“Energy”) and best rap album (“If Youre Reading This Its Too Late”).

The nominees for album of the year are “1989” (Swift), “Beauty Behind the Madness” (the Weeknd), “To Pimp a Butterfly” (Lamar), “Sound + Color” (Alabama Shakes) and “Traveller” (Chris Stapleton).

The nominees for record of the year are “Blank Space” (Swift), “Uptown Funk!” (Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars), “Thinking Out Loud” (Ed Sheeran), “Can’t Feel My Face” (the Weeknd) and “Really Love” (D’Angelo and the Vanguard).

The nominees for song of the year — a songwriter’s award — are “Thinking Out Loud,” “Blank Space,” “Alright” (performed by Lamar), “Girl Crush” (performed by Little Big Town) and “See You Again” (performed by Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth).

The Grammys will be held February 15. The show will air from Los Angeles’ Staples Center on CBS.

For a full list of the nominees, visit here.

(Photo Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images for BET and Jason Merritt/Getty Images)