Who Should Win Record of the Year at the 2024 Grammy Awards? Vote!

Record of the year is one of the most superstar-packed categories at Sunday’s (Feb. 4) 2024 Grammy Awards — but who do you think should win?

We have five previous Grammy winners in the mix: 12-time winner Taylor Swift with “Anti-Hero”; seven-time winner Billie Eilish with her Barbie soundtrack contribution “What Was I Made For?”; five-time champ Jon Batiste with “Worship”; three-time winner Olivia Rodrigo with “Vampire”; and one-time winner SZA with “Kill Bill” (SZA took home best pop duo/group performance with Doja Cat in 2022 for “Kiss Me More” and leads all nominees this year with nine nods).


Then we have three potential first-time winners: boygenius (the trio of Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus) with “Not Strong Enough”; Miley Cyrus with “Flowers”; and Victoria Monét with “On My Mama.”

As defined by the Recording Academy, the record of the year Grammy goes to the “artist(s), producer(s), and engineer(s) involved in crafting the specific recording of a song,” so the artists named would be honored alongside the behind-the-scenes players involved in the making of the song, should they win.

Last year’s winner in the category was Lizzo’s “About Damn Time,” which competed in a field of 10 nominees and topped some stiff competition, including Harry Styles’ “As It Was,” Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” and Adele’s “Easy On Me.”

But who will take the prize this year? Below, vote in Billboard‘s poll to pick your personal record of the year. And tune in to Sunday’s 2024 Grammy Awards at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS to see who emerges the winner.

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