Jimmy King; Danny ClinchDavid Bowie, Bruce Springsteen and Michael Jackson are among the many artists who have been nominated for the 2017 NME Awards. The late Bowie, aptly, is in the running for the Hero of the Year prize, while Springsteen’s memoir Born to Run scored a nod for best book and the reissue of the late King of Pop’s 1979 album Off the Wall is vying for the Best Reissue honor.

Also nominated for Best Reissue are updated versions of R.E.M.‘s 1991 album Out of Time and Pink Floyd‘s 1971 release Meddle.

Meanwhile, the recent concert film The Rolling Stones Havana Moon and the documentary The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years received nods in the Best Music Film category.

Beyoncé leads all nominees with five nominations. Pop/R&B superstar is up for the Best Album, Best Video, Music Moment of the Year, Hero of the Year and Best International Female trophies.

You can check out the full list of nominees at NME.com. Voting for the NME Awards is open now; the winners will be announced February 15 in London.

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