Dec. 6 - The Black Keys, fun., Jay-Z, Mumford & Sons, and Frank Ocean top the nominations for the 55th annual Grammy Awards. Bob Mezan reports.
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Male artists led the nominations for the 2013 Grammys.
Men, like The Black Keys, took the lead in categories such as album of the year. The group also picked up a nod for Record of the Year.
Fun. earned nods in both categories as well with their album "Some Nights" and song, "We Are Young."
Frank Ocean also followed suit, getting a best album nod for "Channel Orange" and best record for song, "Thinkin Bout You."
Rounding out the the best album top five was Mumford & Sons, who earned a nod for "Babel," and Jack White, for his album "Blunderbuss."
Other nominees in the best record category are Taylor Swift, with her pop hit "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together;" Kelly Clarkson with her song "Stronger," and Australian artist Gotye's heartbreak hit "Somebody That I Used To Know."
The winners will be announced at music's biggest night, February 10, 2013.
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