Billboard is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its Billboard Music Award.

On Wednesday, Billboard announced that Swift will receive a Grammy for Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song, as well as a Grammy and Tony Award for Best Pop Album and Pop Song.

The awards are presented to artists who have achieved the most critical acclaim and nominations for their work.

Swift has been nominated in all five categories: Album of the Year, Song of the Years, Best Rap Performance, and Pop Performance.

Swift received the Grammy for Album of The Year, which is her fourth nomination in the same category.

She also received the Song of The Years award for her 1989 debut, 1989.

The Grammy and Song of of the years are also the awards for albums and songs that were both commercially successful, as both have a two-year shelf life.

Taylor Swift received a Grammy nomination for her 2009 album 1989.

Taylor Swift will also receive a Tony Award nomination for Best Song of 1989 for her work on the song “The Story of O.J.”

The song won the Grammy, the Song Of The Year award, and the Pop Performance award.

On the Pop Awards, Taylor Swift received her third Grammy nomination, and her second Tony Award, for “Bad Blood.”

The Grammy and Grammy award categories have been a key part of Swift’s career, as she has won four Grammy Awards in the last five years.

Swift is the youngest winner of the Grammy since R&B artist Miley Cyrus in 2009.

Swift also won the Tony Award in 2010 for Best Dance Recording.

Taylor will be making her Billboard Music awards debut in front of a live audience at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Feb. 21.