2023 Grammy Award Picks for Album, Record, Song of the Year

  • Bovada has odds on the top 2023 GRAMMY categories including Album, Record and Song of the Year
  • Beyoncé, Adele, Lizzo and Taylor Swift are all contenders for the night’s biggest awards
  • The 65th annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast on ABC on February 5, 2023 in Los Angeles, California

Trevor Noah hosts the GRAMMYS for the third-straight year as the event returns to Los Angeles, California. Television ratings for the biggest night in music should be huge as superstars such as Adele, Beyoncé and Taylor Swift compete for the night’s top awards.

Before we check the latest odds on Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Album of the Year, check out the top betting sites for Entertainment in 2022 with predictions for the 2023 Academy Awards race for Best Picture.

Album of the Year

Artist - AlbumBovada
Beyonce - Renaissance+150
Adele - 30+175
Harry Styles - Harry's House+300
Kendrick Lamar - Mr Morale and the Big Steppers+700
Brandi Carlile - In These Silent Days+800
Bad Bunny - Un Verano Sin Ti+1600
Lizzo - Special+3000
ABBA - Voyage+4000
Mary J. Blige - Good Morning Gorgeous+4500
Coldplay - Music of the Spheres+5000

Beyoncé returns with a bang

Beyoncé is the most-nominated artist in Grammy history after receiving nine nods foRenaissance (+150). However, she has never captured Album of the Year despite being nominated three times previously. Bey’s biggest competition is from Adele, who has won for her last two studio albums. If 30 (+175) takes the prize this year, the English singer-songwriter will become the first artist to claim the category with three straight studio albums since Stevie Wonder.

Harry Styles’ Harry’s House (+300) is also a frontrunner. Styles’ ‘Watermelon Sugar’ won best pop solo performance three years ago, but he’s still looking to breakthrough with his first ‘Big Four’ award. If you’re looking for a longshot, it might be Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti (+1600). As the first Spanish-language  album of the year nominee ever, it topped the Billboard 200 for 13 non-consecutive weeks. Longer than any other nominee.

Song of the Year

Artist - SongBovada
Adele - Easy on Me+150
Taylor Swift- All Too Well+270
Harry Styles - As it Was+300
Beyonce - Break my Soul+900
Steve Lacy - Bad Habit+1000
Lizzo - About Damn Time+1200
Kendrick Lamar - The Heart Part 5+1600
Gayle - abcdefu+2500
God Did+3300
Bonnie Raitt - Just Like That+4000

Adele vs Swift

While Record of the Year usually goes to popular hits, the Grammy for Song of the Year honors a track’s writing, including lyrics and melodic composition. If she wins with Easy On Me (+150), Adele will become the first three-time victor in the category’s history. Taylor Swift’s All Too Well (+270) is viewed as Adele’s primary competition. But while her sixth nomination in the category equaled Paul McCartney and Lionel Richie for the most all-time, T-Swizzle has still never won for best song.

Lizzo’s About Damn Time (+1200) is a strong longshot given she’s at +500 for the Record of the Year category. Steve Lacy’s Bad Habit could also surprise at +1000.

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Record of the Year

Artist - RecordBovada
Adele - Easy on Me+125
Harry Styles - As it Was+130
Lizzo - About Damn Time+500
Beyonce - Break my Soul+500
Brandi Carlile- You And Me On The Rock+700
Steve Lacy - Bad Habit+2000
Kendrick Lamar - The Heart Part 5+2200
Mary J Blige- Good Morning Gorgeous+2500
ABBA - Don't Shut Me Down+4000
Doja Cat - Woman+4000

Adele leads the way

Record of the Year is the top award to honor an artist’s performance, along with the production and mixing behind a song. Adele, a two-time winner in the category, is also the frontrunner here with Easy On Me (+125). Harry Styles’ As It Was (+130) is a serious contender as well, while many believe that Lizzo and Beyoncé will split the vote with their respective hits, About Damn Time (+500) and Break My Soul (+500).

Here are our official picks and predictions for each category:

Album of the Year: Beyonce – Renaissance (+150)

Song of the Year: Adele – Easy on Me (+150)

Record of the Year: Harry Styles – As it Was (+130)

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