Several Canadians will be going for gold at tonight's Grammy Awards
Drake and Justin Bieber will square off against country singer Sturgill Simpson and pop powerhouses Adele and Beyonce, who are all nominated for album of the year
The evening's biggest prize is only one of eight nominations Drake has in his pocket.
The Toronto-raised hip-hop star's ``Views'' is also in the running for best rap album, while ``Hotline Bling'' is nominated for best rap or sung performance.
Bieber is another Canadian hoping to grab a few statues at this year's show.
He's nominated for his single ``Love Yourself'' in the best song and best pop solo performance categories.
His album ``Purpose'' is also up for best pop vocal album.
Several other Canadians are hoping to take home Grammy hardware, including indigenous singing group Northern Cree, filmmaker Miles Jay and electronic duo Bob Moses.
Calgary-born James Teej has a nod for his work remixing the Paul McCartney and Wings track ``Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five.''
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