Trevor Noah is set to Host the 2024 Grammys for The Fourth Consecutive Year

Written by on 15 December, 2023

For the fourth consecutive year, Trevor Noah has been tapped to host the 2024 Grammy Awards, the Recording Academy revealed on Thursday night.

“I think it’s also important to acknowledge something. I’m hosting the Grammys,” Noah concurrently announced on his podcast “What Now? With Trevor Noah.” “I’m excited about that, yeah, it’s a lot of fun. I enjoy the Grammys because I get to watch the show in person and then experience and comment on it in person while it is happening.”

Nominees for the 2024 Grammys are led by SZA, who received nine nods for her blockbuster album “SOS” and appears in three of the big four categories (with the exception of best new artist, of course). Behind her, Victoria Monét, mixing engineer Serban Ghenea, and Phoebe Bridgers tie for seven nominations, with the latter receiving nods as both a solo artist and as part of her group Boygenius.

The U.S. Recording Academy which made the announcement on Thursday said Noah was praised for his ability to blend humour with a deep appreciation for music. This has convinced both the in-house audience and at-home viewers in his previous years as host.

 Guess who’s back as #GRAMMYs host? 🎤 Trevor Noah is back for his 4th year!

🎶 Get ready for a night of music magic! You don’t want to miss the surprises we have in store for you. Watch the 66th GRAMMY Awards Live on Feb. 4th on CBS.

Rising artists like Nigerians Ayra Starr, ASAKE, and South African Tyla will compete against global megastars Burna Boy and Davido in a history-making category.

Phoebe Bridgers has the second-most nominations, with seven. Six of those are with her band boygenius. Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish, Brandy Clark, Jon Batiste and producer Jack Antonoff also earned six.

The 2024 Grammy Awards will air Feb. 4 live on CBS and Paramount+ from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.


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