The 2015 Grammy nominations are being announced throughout the day today, and while we'll have to wait until tonight's A Very Grammy Christmas Special on CBS to hear who's nominated for Album of the Year, the nominees for the first five categories were announced on CBS This Morning.
The nominees for Record of the Year are fairly unsurprising: Taylor Swift for "Shake It Off," Sam Smith for the torch song "Stay With Me (Darkchild Remix)," Iggy Azalea ft. Charli XCX for the ubiquitous "Fancy," Sia for the anthemic "Chandelier," and Meghan Trainor for the unfortunately inescapable "All About That Bass."
Meanwhile, Beyoncé has rightfully been nominated for her self-titled album in the Best Urban Contemporary Album category, alongside Pharrell and Chris Brown, while the Best Pop Vocal Album category is filled with a grab-bag of the radio's biggest players (think Coldplay, Ariana Grande, and Miley Cyrus).
The Grammys will air on February 8, 2015. For a full, continually-updated list of nominations, head over to Vulture.