Beyonce and Bad Bunny in close race to win Grammy’s Best Album

Beyonce's Renaissance and Bad Bunny’s Un Verano sin ti are bettors’ favorite artists to win Album of the Year next Sunday, Feb. 5, at Los Angeles' Arena. Based on a report released by BetUS Sportsbook on Wednesday, 33% of the tickets and 11% of the dollar volume had been bet on Beyonce’s album, Renaissance as of Wednesday. 

According to BetUS, her chances of winning Album of the Year are 3:2, though the category she is most likely to win is Song of the Year for Break My Soul, which oddsmakers have set at 17:4. Adele’s Easy on me is 44:5 and Harry Styles’ As It Was 5/2.    

Despite being oddsmakers’ fifth favorite, Bad Bunny is tied with Beyonce with 33% of bets placed on his album Un verano sin ti. Adele’s 30, together with Beyonce, lead the Album of the Year odds at 3/2.  Harry’s House by Harry Styles is third at 4/1 and Brandi Carlile with In These Silent Days is 5/1. 


Also, the sportsbook currently offers 2023 Grammy Awards betting odds in the Best New Artist and Best Record of the Year categories. 

Brazilian artist Anitta has attracted 45.45% of the bets and almost 30% of the money volume as Best New Artist. Adele’s Easy on me’chances of winning the Record of the Year category are 4/5, followed by Styles’ As It Was, 5/4 and Beyonce's Break My Soul, 11/2.  

The ceremony will be broadcast live on the CBS Television Network and streamed live and on-demand on Paramount+ from 8-11:30 p.m. ET.  Comedian, actor, author, and former TV host Trevor Noah will be hosting the ceremony for the third consecutive time. 

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