The American Music Awards (AMAs) is just around the corner and Taylor Swift is about to become Artist of the Decade. The country-pop artist will be honored with the esteemed award on Nov. 24, which will tie her with Michael Jackson for the record for the most AMA awards ever given to a single artist.

Swift has won more AMAs than any artist this past decade and has earned the most of any female artist in history, according to The Hollywood Reporter. At the 2019 edition, Swift has been nominated in five categories for her latest album “Lover”, including Artist of the Year, which she has won four times.

"Taylor's impact on music this decade is undeniable and her performances on the American Music Awards have been truly spectacular," Dick Clark Productions' executive VP Mark Bacco said in a statement. "We're thrilled to honor her as our artist of the decade and can't wait for her to blow everyone away with an epic, career-spanning performance unlike any other!"

Apart from being honored at the AMAs, Swift will also be delivering a performance that will be a compilation of the biggest hits in her 13-year career. Since we approach the end of a decade, the AMAs will also be celebrating the past 10 years by highlighting some of the most unforgettable moments with music and live performances from some of the biggest artists in the business.

With being tied to the late King of Pop, Swift has had a whirlwind of a career in the past decade since her 2006 debut with her self-titled album. Since then, she has had seven albums total with most of her singles landing in the Top 10 lists.

Swift's new album was released this past summer to positive reviews from critics. The album released three hit singles, including “Me!”, “You Need To Calm Down”, and the title track. Her upcoming album tour, “Lover Fest”, will be held in two U.S. cities and several European cities between Jun. 20 and Aug. 1, 2020.

This year’s AMAs will be broadcast on ABC live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 24.

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Taylor Swift’s 1989 Tour grossed nearly a quarter-billion dollars in sales, according to Forbes. Kevin Winter/Getty Images