NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — There are few things Beyonce has not conquered, and the Grammy for album of the year is one of them.

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For the third time, Beyonce is nominated for the coveted trophy, an award given to few R&B-based performers and only two hip-hop acts in the Grammy’s 59-year history.

She was nominated for the top prize in 2010 with “I Am … Sasha Fierce” (losing to Taylor Swift) and in 2015 with “Beyonce” (Beck was the surprise winner). Beyonce’s “Lemonade” album is competing Sunday, along with its hit “Formation” for record and song of the year.

Beyonce’s main competition is Adele, who won album, song and record of the year in 2010. Other artists hoping to take home the hardware include Ariana Grande (two nominations), Justin Bieber (four nominations), Drake (seven nominations) and Demi Lovato (one nomination).

This year’s show will feature live performances from some of the biggest names in music including Adele, The Weeknd, Metallica and Carrie Underwood.

Jeff Benjamin, senior editor at Fuse TV, stopped by CBS2 on Sunday to share some of his predictions ahead of the big night.
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