List of Awards and Nominations Received By Björk

Björk is a singer-songwriter from Reykjavík, Iceland who has released seven studio albums, two soundtrack albums and four remix albums. Her debut album, Björk, was released in 1977 by the Fálkinn record label. Her subsequent seven studio albums were released by One Little Indian Records: Debut (1993), Post (1995), Homogenic (1997), Vespertine (2001), Medúlla (2004), Volta (2007) and Biophilia (2012). Six of her albums have entered the top 10 in the UK Albums Chart, while Volta, is her only album to reach the top 10 in the Billboard 200. Björk's record label, One Little Indian Records, reported that she has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide.

Björk has received four awards from both the BRIT Awards, from nine nominations, and the MTV Video Music Awards, from twelve nominations. Björk has also received 13 nominations from the Grammy Awards but has not received an award; she was nominated every year from 1996 to 2002. The film industry has also recognized Björk by nominating the 2000 song, "I've Seen It All", for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture at the Academy Awards. She was ranked #36 on VH1's "The 100 Greatest Women in Rock and Roll". Overall, Björk has received 89 awards from 210 nominations.

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