Los Angeles, California (CNN) -- Riding the strength of his "Recovery" album, rapper Eminem nabbed 10 Grammy nominations when nominations for the 53rd annual Grammy Awards were announced Wednesday night.
His resurgence comes 10 years after his breakthrough "The Marshall Mathers LP," with the hit single "The Real Slim Shady."
Multiple nominations also went to newcomer Bruno Mars, who collected seven nods.
Rap mogul Jay-Z, pop star Lady Gaga and country trio Lady Antebellum each earned six nominations. Lady Antebellum's album "Need You Now" has sold more than three million copies.
Collecting five nominations were classic rock guitarist Jeff Beck, rapper B.o.B, producer David Frost, Bruno Mars collaborator Philip Lawrence and soul singer John Legend.
The nominees were announced during a live Grammy nominations concert on CBS, hosted by two-time winner LL Cool J.
Here are the Grammy nominations for the major categories:
Album of the year: "The Suburbs," Arcade Fire; "Recovery," Eminem; "Need You Now," Lady Antebellum; "The Fame Monster," Lady Gaga; "Teenage Dream," Katy Perry.
Record of the year: "Nothin' on You," B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars; "Love the Way You Lie," Eminem featuring Rihanna; "F*** You," Cee Lo Green; "Empire State of Mind," Jay-Z and Alicia Keys; "Need You Now," Lady Antebellum.
Song of the year: "Beg, Steal or Borrow," Ray LaMontagne; "F*** You," Cee Lo Green, Philip Lawrence and Bruno Mars; "The House That Built Me," Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin; "Love the Way You Lie," Alexander Grant, Skylar Grey and Marshall Mathers; "Need You Now," Dave Haywood, Josh Kear, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott
Best new artist: Justin Bieber; Drake, Florence & the Machine, Mumford & Sons, Esperanza Spalding.
The Grammy Awards will be held on February 13 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.