Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson and TLC lead way with most Grammy nominations

January 1996
Jet;1/22/96, Vol. 89 Issue 10, p61
Reports on Afro-American singers who received the most number of nominations in the 1996 Grammy Awards. Includes singers Mariah Carey; Michael Jackson; TLC.


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