Capitol CMG Earns 18 Nominations for the 2024 GRAMMY Awards

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Capitol Christian Music group

Capitol Christian Music Group (Capitol CMG) has received an impressive total of 18 nominations for the upcoming 2024 GRAMMY Awards. These nominations span across six different categories, showcasing the diverse talent represented by Capitol CMG’s entities, including Capitol CMG Label Group, Commercial Partnerships, Motown Gospel, and Capitol CMG Publishing.

The nominations recognize the outstanding achievements of Capitol CMG’s writers, artists, and partners, highlighting their significant contributions to the music industry. The 66th GRAMMY Awards ceremony is set to air live on Sunday, February 4, 2024, at 8-11:30 p.m. ET/5-8:30 p.m. PT from Arena in Los Angeles.

Co-President of Capitol CMG, Brad O’Donnell, expresses his congratulations, stating, “Big congratulations to our writers, artists, and partners on their GRAMMY nominations. We are privileged to work with each of you and celebrate these well-deserved career milestones.”

Hudson Plachy, Co-President of Capitol CMG, adds, “We are so honored to collaborate with the artists and writers we partner with here at Capitol CMG. We celebrate the nominations with the Recording Academy and are grateful for the chance to work with such incredible creative individuals.”

Capitol Christian Music Group’s 2024 GRAMMY nominations include:

Category 29 – Best Jazz Performance

  • “Vulnerable (Live)” – Adam Blackstone featuring the Baylor Project and Russell Ferranté (Motown Gospel/Be A Light)

Category 51 – Best Gospel Performance/Song

  • “God Is Good” – Stanley Brown featuring Hezekiah Walker, Kierra Sheard & Karen Clark Sheard; Stanley Brown, Kaylah Jiavanni Harvey, Rodney Jenkins, Elyse Victoria Johnson, J. Drew Sheard II, Karen V Clark Sheard, Kierra Valencia Sheard, Hezekiah Walker, songwriters (Motown Gospel/Karew Records)
  • “All Things” – Kirk Franklin; Kirk Franklin, songwriters (Publishing)
  • “Feel Alright (Blessed)” – Erica Campbell; Erica Campbell, Warryn Campbell, William Weatherspoon, Juan Winans, Marvin L. Winans, songwriters (Publishing)

Category 52 – Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

  • “Firm Foundation (He Won’t) (Live)” – Cody Carnes; Cody Carnes, Austin Davis, Chandler Moore, songwriters (Label & Publishing)
  • “Believe” – Blessing Offor; Hank Bentley, Blessing Offor, songwriters (Label & Publishing)
  • “Thank God I Do” – Lauren Daigle; Lauren Daigle, Jason Ingram, songwriters (Publishing)
  • “Your Power” – Lecrae & Tasha Cobbs Leonard; Alexandria Dollar, Allen Swoope, Antonio Gardener, Christian Louisiana, David Hein, Deandre Hunter, Dylan Hyde, Jeffrey Lawrence Shannon, Jordan Dollar, Justin Pelham, Lasanna Harris, Lecrae Moore, Michael Girgenti, Patrick Darius Mix Jr, songwriters (Motown Gospel)
  • “God Problems” – Maverick City Music; Daniel Bashta, Chris Davenport, Ryan Ellis, Naomi Raine, songwriters (Publishing)

Category 53 – Best Gospel Album

  • “Hymns (Live)” – Tasha Cobbs Leonard (Motown Gospel & Publishing)
  • “All Things New: Live in Orlando” – Tye Tribbett (Motown Gospel/Tye Tribbett Worldwide)

Category 54 – Best Contemporary Christian Music Album

  • “My Tribe” – Blessing Offor (Label & Publishing)
  • “Lauren Daigle” – Lauren Daigle (Publishing)

Category 55 – Best Roots Gospel Album

  • “Shine: The Darker The Night The Brighter The Light” – Gaither Vocal Band (Commercial Partnerships)

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