Taylor Swift Leads 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards Nods, With Jelly Roll, 21 Savage & SZA Close Behind: Full List

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Taylor Swift is the leading nominee for the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards, which are set to air live from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on April 1 on Fox. Swift received nine nods. Jelly Roll, 21 Savage and SZA are close behind with eight nods. Olivia Rodrigo received seven.

The nominations show the degree to which women dominated pop radio in 2023. All five nominees for pop artist of the year are women: Doja Cat, Miley Cyrus, Rodrigo, SZA and Swift.


By contrast, all five nominees for hip-hop artist of the year are men: 21 Savage, Drake, Future, Gunna and Lil Durk.

Three artists showed their versatility by being nominated as artist of the year in two genres. Jelly Roll is nominated for both country artist of the year and rock artist of the year; SZA for both pop and R&B artist of the year; and Foo Fighters for both rock and alternative artist of the year.

Jack Antonoff is the only creative who is nominated for both producer of the year and songwriter of the year.

This year’s show will include five new categories focused on pop and K-pop: pop artist of the year, pop song of the year, K-pop artist of the year, K-pop song of the year and best new artist (K-pop).

Fan voting will determine this year’s best lyrics, best music video, best fan army, social star award, favorite tour photographer, TikTok bop of the year, favorite on screen, favorite tour style and favorite debut album.

Social voting begins Thursday (Jan. 18) and will close March 25 at 11:59 p.m. PT. Fans can vote by visiting iHeartRadio.com/awards.

The 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards will air live on Monday, April 1, from 8-10 p.m. ET live/PT tape-delayed on Fox. The event will also be heard on iHeartRadio stations nationwide and on the iHeartRadio app.

The 12th annual iHeartRadio Music Awards will celebrate the most-played artists and songs on iHeartRadio stations and the iHeartRadio app throughout 2023, while also offering a preview of upcoming hits of 2024.

“The iHeartRadio Music Awards is a night where we celebrate the biggest artists and songs fans loved listening to on the radio all year long,” John Sykes, president of Entertainment Enterprises for iHeartMedia, said in a statement. “We’ll also share stories from the artists themselves about their hard-fought journeys to the top of the charts.”

“Our iHeartRadio Music Awards are special because they’re truly reflective of what listeners love,” added Tom Poleman, president and chief programming officer for iHeartMedia.

Executive producers for the iHeartRadio Music Awards are Joel Gallen, for Tenth Planet; and Sykes, Poleman and Bart Peters, for iHeartMedia.

Most categories are listed below. Additional categories include label of the year and album of the year in each of music’s biggest genres: pop, country, alternative, rock, dance, hip-hop, R&B, Latin and Regional Mexican. For a full list of categories, visit iHeartRadio.com/awards.

All-Genre Categories

Song of the year              

“Calm Down” – Rema and Selena Gomez                                  

“Creepin’” – Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage                 

“Cruel Summer” – Taylor Swift                                     

“Dance The Night” – Dua Lipa                                      

“Fast Car” – Luke Combs                                              

“Flowers”- Miley Cyrus                                                

“Kill Bill” – SZA                                                          

“Last Night”- Morgan Wallen                           

“Paint The Town Red” – Doja Cat                                             

“vampire” – Olivia Rodrigo                                           

Artist of the year


Jelly Roll

Luke Combs

Miley Cyrus

Morgan Wallen

Olivia Rodrigo



Taylor Swift


Duo/group of the year



Dan + Shay

Fall Out Boy

Foo Fighters

Jonas Brothers





Best collaboration

“All My Life” – Lil Durk ft. J. Cole                                            

“Barbie World (with Aqua)” – Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice                       

“Boy’s a liar Pt.2” – PinkPantheress and Ice Spice                      

“Calm Down”- Rema and Selena Gomez                                   

“Creepin’” – Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage                 

“Good Good” – Usher, Summer Walker and 21 Savage

“Rich Flex” – Drake and 21 Savage                               

“Thank God” – Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown                        

“Tomorrow 2” – GloRilla with Cardi B                         

“TQG” – Karol G and Shakira

Producer of the year

Carter Lang

Dan Nigro

Jack Antonoff

Kid Harpoon

Rob Bisel

Songwriter of the year


Ashley Gorley

J Kash

Jack Antonoff

Michael Ross Pollack

Genre-Specific Categories

 Pop song of the year (new category)

“Calm Down” – Rema and Selena Gomez                                  

“Cruel Summer” – Taylor Swift                                     

“Flowers”- Miley Cyrus                                                

“Kill Bill” – SZA                                                          

“vampire” – Olivia Rodrigo                                           

Pop artist of the year (new category)

Doja Cat

Miley Cyrus

Olivia Rodrigo


Taylor Swift                        

Best new artist (Pop)

David Kushner


Jelly Roll


Stephen Sanchez

Country song of the year

“Fast Car” – Luke Combs                                              

“Heart Like a Truck” – Lainey Wilson                                      

“Last Night” – Morgan Wallen                                      

“Rock and a Hard Place” – Bailey Zimmerman                          

“Thank God” – Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown            

Country artist of the year

Jason Aldean

Jelly Roll

Lainey Wilson

Luke Combs

Morgan Wallen

Best new artist (country)

Corey Kent

Jackson Dean

Jelly Roll

Megan Moroney

Nate Smith

Hip-Hop song of the year

“All My Life”- Lil Durk ft. J. Cole                                            

“fukumean”- Gunna                                                     

“Just Wanna Rock” – Lil Uzi Vert                                             

“Rich Flex” – Drake and 21 Savage                               

“Tomorrow 2”- GloRilla with Cardi B                          

Hip-Hop artist of the year

21 Savage




Lil Durk

Best new artist (hip-hop)


Ice Spice

Lola Brooke

Sexyy Red

Young Nudy

R&B song of the year

“Creepin’”- Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage                  

“CUFF IT”- Beyoncé                                       

“Good Good” – Usher, Summer Walker and 21 Savage  

“On My Mama” – Victoria Monét                                             

“Snooze”- SZA                                                

R&B artist of the year


Brent Faiyaz

Chris Brown



Best new artist (R&B)

Coco Jones


Kenya Vaun

October London

Victoria Monét

Alternative song of the year

“Lost” – Linkin Park                                         

“Love From the Other Side” – Fall Out Boy                                          

“One More Time”- Blink-182                                       

“Rescued”- Foo Fighters                                               

“This Is Why”- Paramore                                              

Alternative artist of the year


Fall Out Boy

Foo Fighters

Green Day


Best new artist (alt and rock)

Bad Omens


Jelly Roll


Noah Kahan

Rock song of the year

“72 Seasons” – Metallica                                               

“Dead Don’t Die”- Shinedown                                      

“Lost” – Linkin Park                                         

“Need A Favor” – Jelly Roll                                          

“Rescued” – Foo Fighters                                              

Rock artist of the year


Foo Fighters

Jelly Roll



Dance song of the year

“10:35”- Tiësto ft. Tate McRae

“Baby Don’t Hurt Me” – David Guetta, Anne-Marie and Coi Leray                        

“Padam Padam” – Kylie Minogue                                                          

“Praising You” – Rita Ora ft. Fatboy Slim                                              

“Strangers” – Kenya Grace                                                        

Dance artist of the year

Anabel Englund

David Guetta


Kylie Minogue


Latin pop / urban song of the year

“La Bachata” – Manuel Turizo                                                  

“La Bebe (remix)” – Yng Lvcas and Peso Pluma                                    

“Lala”- Myke Towers                                                   

“Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53”- Shakira and Bizarrap                                      

“TQG”- Karol G and Shakira                                        

Latin pop / urban artist of the year

Bad Bunny


Karol G

Manuel Turizo


Best new artist (Latin pop / urban)

 Bad Gyal



 Yng Lvcas

 Young Miko

Regional Mexican song of the year

“Bebe Dame”- Fuerza Regida and Grupo Frontera                     

“Ella Baila Sola” – Eslabon Armado and Peso Pluma                              

“Indispensable” – Carin León                                                    

“Qué Onda Perdida” – Grupo Firme ft. Gerardo Coronel                         

“Qué Vuelvas”- Carin León and Grupo Frontera                         

Regional Mexican artist of the year

Calibre 50

Carin León

El Fantasma

Grupo Frontera

Peso Pluma

Best new artist (regional Mexican)

Gabito Ballesteros

Gerardo Coronel

Grupo Frontera

Junior H

Peso Pluma

K-pop artist of the year (new category)


Jung Kook

NCT Dream


Stray Kids

K-pop song of the year (new category)

“Bouncy (K-Hot Chilli Peppers)” – ATEEZ                                                                   

“Cupid (Twin Version)”- FIFTY FIFTY                                                            

“S-Class” – Stray Kids                                                  

“Seven” Jung Kook ft. Latto                                         

“Super Shy” – NewJeans                                                          

Best new artist (K-pop) (new category)






Best African music artist

Burna Boy





Socially voted categories

Best lyrics 

“Dial Drunk”- Noah Kahan

“Flowers”- Miley Cyrus

“Greedy”- Tate McRae

“Houdini”- Dua Lipa

“Is It Over Now? (Taylor’s Version)”- Taylor Swift 

“Last Night”- Morgan Wallen 

“Lovin On Me”- Jack Harlow

“Nonsense”- Sabrina Carpenter

“Paint The Town Red”- Doja Cat 

“vampire”- Olivia Rodrigo

“Water”- Tyla

 “What Was I Made For?”- Billie Eilish

Best music video

 “3D”- Jung Kook ft. Jack Harlow 

“Dance The Night”- Dua Lipa


 “Flowers”- Miley Cyrus 

 “I’m Good (Blue)” – Bebe Rexha and David Guetta

 “Kill Bill”- SZA

  “La Bebe (Remix)”- Yng Lvcas and Peso Pluma 

 “Paint The Town Red”- Doja Cat 

 “Seven”- Jung Kook ft. Latto  

  “TQG”- Karol G and Shakira

“vampire”- Olivia Rodrigo

“What Was I Made For?”- Billie Eilish 

Best fan army 





BTS Army








Social star award

Alex Warren

David Kushner

Flyana Boss

Gracie Abrams

Jessie Murph

Megan Moroney

Natalie Jane

Noah Kahan

Favorite tour photographer 

Alfredo Flores – Sabrina Carpenter

Anna Lee – Coldplay

Carianne Older – Charlie Puth

Catherine Powell – Kelsea Ballerini

Cynthia Parkhurst – Jonas Brothers

David Lehr – Morgan Wallen

Joshua Halling – Louis Tomlinson

Mason Poole – Beyoncé

Matty Vogel – Misterwives

Ravie B – Adele

Ryan Fleming – 5 Seconds of Summer

Sanjay Parikh – Shinedown

TikTok bop of the year

“Boy’s a liar Pt. 2”- PinkPantheress and Ice Spice

“Collide (Sped Up Remix)”- Justine Skye

 “Cruel Summer”- Taylor Swift

 “Cupid (Twin Version)”- FIFTY FIFTY

 “Daylight”- David Kushner

 “Her Way (Sped Up)”- Party Next Door

 “If We Ever Broke Up”- Mae Stephens 

 “Paint The Town Red”- Doja Cat

 “Water”- Tyla 

 “What It Is (Solo Version)”- Doechii 

 “What Was I Made For?”- Billie Eilish

Favorite on screen (new category) 

 j-hope IN THE BOX

 Love To Love You, Donna Summer

Louis Tomlinson, “All of Those Voices”

 Prince: The Final Secret

 Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé

Jelly Roll, “Save Me”

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

TLC Forever

Favorite tour style


Carrie Underwood

Doja Cat

Elton John

Harry Styles

Jonas Brothers



Sabrina Carpenter

Shania Twain


Taylor Swift

Favorite debut album (new category) 

Jung Kook, GOLDEN

Chlöe, In Pieces

V, Layover

Megan Moroney, Lucky

Lauren Spencer Smith, Mirror

Raye, My 21st Century Blues

Bailey Zimmerman, Religiously

Reneé Rapp, Snow Angel  

Tyler Hubbard, Tyler Hubbard

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