Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar, pictured here performing at 105.1'’s Powerhouse 2015 on Oct. 22 in Brooklyn, New York, received the most 2016 Grammy nominations. He's up for 11 awards, including one for Song of the Year. Getty

Let the predictions begin. The nominees for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards were revealed on Monday and there promises to be some very close calls during the greatest night of the year in music on Feb. 15, 2016. Kendrick Lamar leads the way in nominations with 11, while Taylor Swift is close behind with seven. The two will be squaring off against one another in two of the biggest categories -- Song of the Year and Album of the Year.

Swift isn't the only singer to receive seven nominations. The Weeknd is also up for seven and will be competing against Swift for Record of the Year and Album of the Year. Canadian rapper Drake, who had one of the most successful years in his musical career, received five nods for awards, including Best Rap Album. The Alabama Shakes also made a huge splash in the music world in 2015 and are nominated for Album of the Year, Best Alternative Music Album and Best Rock Performance.

One of the most competitive categories to keep an eye on is for Song of the Year. While Powerhouse artists like Swift, Ed Sheeran and Lamar will go head-to-head, Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth and Little Big Town will look to take home the award. Khalifa and Puth's "See You Again" was one of the biggest songs of 2016 and has a strong chance to pull past Swift and Lamar.

You can watch the music videos for the Song of the Year nominees below:

Kendrick Lamar - "Alright"

Taylor Swift - "Blank Space"

Little Big Town - "Girl Crush"

Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth - "See You Again"

Ed Sheeran - "Thinking Out Loud"

The 58th Annual Grammy Awards will air Monday, Feb. 15 on CBS at 8 p.m. EST.