Kylie Minogue has made it to the Grammy Nominations again with her latest musical creation, Padam Padam.
The Australian pop icon, known for her previous chart topper, Fever in 2001, made a significant comeback with her recent album, Tension.
She achieved impressive numbers in the American market, the highest in nearly two decades with her latest album.
Now, the actress is aiming for the second Grammy win with hit song, following her first at the 46th annual Grammy for single, Come into My World from album, Fever.
ThatGrapeJuice reported on Friday, November 10, that Recording Academy announced to the press that Padam is among the finalists for the Best Pop Dance Recording.
Celebrating almost four decades in the music industry, Kylie, 55, will be competing for the award with Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding’s Miracle, Bebe Rexha and David Guetta’s One in a Million, Baby Don’t Hurt Me by Anne Marie, Coi Leray, David Guetta and Troye Sivan’s Rush.
Padam Padam was released by BMG Rights Management and Darenote on May 18 2023, as the lead single and opener for Minogue’s sixteenth studio album.
Co-written by Norwegian singer-songwriter Ina Wroldsen and produced by Lostboy, the synthpop and dance-pop song incorporates elements of electronic music and Eastern sounds.
Critics have praised Padam Padam for its catchiness and hook, pointing it out as a standout track from the album.
The song has already earned the Record of the Year at the Las Culturistas Culture Awards, and landed several nominations, including Song of the Year, Best Pop Release, and Best Independent Release at the 2023 ARIA Music Awards.
It has been also charted in the top 10 and 20 in the United Kingdom and Australia, respectively, earning certifications in both countries.