Chris Stapleton, Taylor Swift among ‘2016 Grammy Nominees’ album artists

The Recording Academy’s GRAMMY Recordings and Republic Records announced the track list for the 2016 GRAMMY Nominees album — available in stores and at all digital retailers on January 22nd. The full 2016 lineup of artists and songs can be found below.

The 22nd installment of the best-selling series features 21 GRAMMY-nominated artists and hit songs from the world’s biggest superstars and hottest emerging talent, including Album Of The Year nominees Alabama Shakes, Kendrick Lamar, Chris Stapleton, Taylor Swift and The Weeknd, as well as Best New Artist nominees Courtney Barnett, James Bay,Sam Hunt, Tori Kelly and Meghan Trainor among others. Pre-order the album at Amazon.

Once again, a portion of the proceeds from album sales will benefit the year-round efforts of the GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares Foundation — two Recording Academy-affiliated charitable organizations.

“The 2016 GRAMMY Nominees album represents some of the finest songs and talented artists that make up this year’s remarkable nominees,” said Neil Portnow, President/CEO of The Recording Academy. “We thank Republic Records for collaborating with us on this project, which also provides much needed support for the invaluable programs and initiatives our charities produce year-round. We look forward to another successful GRAMMY compilation.”

“It’s an honor to partner with the Recording Academy for the 2016 GRAMMY Nominees album,” says Republic Records Founder/President Avery Lipman. “It’s a very special project that captures the year through showcasing its biggest and best songs and simultaneously benefits some very important causes.”

By visiting 2016GRAMMYalbum.com or CBS.com, fans will have a chance to win a trip for two to the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards.*

The 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards will be held on Monday, February 15th at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, and will be broadcast live on CBS from 8 until 11:30 p.m. (ET/PT).

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Track Listing:

1. MARK RONSON
“Uptown Funk” Feat. Bruno Mars
Record Of The Year
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

2. TAYLOR SWIFT
“Blank Space”
Record Of The Year
Album Of The Year
Song Of The Year

3. THE WEEKND
“Can’t Feel My Face”
Record Of The Year
Album Of The Year

4. ED SHEERAN
“Thinking Out Loud”
Record Of The Year
Song Of The Year

5. MAROON 5
“Sugar”
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

6. FLORENCE + THE MACHINE
“Ship To Wreck”
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

7. ALABAMA SHAKES
“Don’t Wanna Fight”
Album Of The Year

8. D’ANGELO AND THE VANGUARD
“Really Love”
Record Of The Year

9. KENDRICK LAMAR
“Alright”
Album Of The Year
Song Of The Year

10. CHRIS STAPLETON
“Traveller”
Album Of The Year
Best Country Solo Performance

11. LITTLE BIG TOWN
“Girl Crush”
Song Of The Year

12. WIZ KHALIFA
“See You Again” Feat. Charlie Puth (From Furious 7)
Song Of The Year
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

13. MEGHAN TRAINOR
“Lips Are Movin”
Best New Artist

14. TORI KELLY
“Should’ve Been Us”
Best New Artist

15. SAM HUNT
“Take Your Time”
Best New Artist

16. JAMES BAY
“Hold Back The River”
Best New Artist

17. COURTNEY BARNETT
“Pedestrian At Best”
Best New Artist

18. CARRIE UNDERWOOD
“Little Toy Guns”
Best Country Solo Performance

19. CAM
“Burning House”
Best Country Solo Performance

20. LEE ANN WOMACK
“Chances Are”
Best Country Solo Performance

21. KEITH URBAN
“John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16”
Best Country Solo Performance

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