The singer has sold over 17 million copies of her third album, 25, and is currently on a sold out global tour.
In 2012 she walked away with two Ivor Novellos; for songwriter of the year and most performed song for Rolling In The Deep.
The awards are highly respected because they are voted for by songwriters and composers.
Ed Sheeran and Rudimental’s Bloodstream has been nominated in the best song musically and lyrically category, alongside Jamie Lawson and Wolf Alice.
James Bay, Jess Glynne and Years and Years will fight it out for the most performed work prize.
British rapper and grime artist Skepta will battle it out against a host of other first-time Ivor nominees in the best contemporary song category at next month’s awards.
The musician, whose real name is Joseph Junior Adenuga, is nominated for his song Shutdown alongside Roots Manuva and FRED, who are up for their song Cargo.
The third nominees in the category are the writers of All My Friends – James Carter, Oliver Lee, Cass Lowe and Chance The Rapper.
Irish indie folk band Villagers are nominated for the album award along with Jamie xx and Supergrass lead vocalist Gaz Coombes.
Best original film score will see Ex Machina, Pan and The Duke Of Burgundy jockeying for top position.
The nominations are for works released in the UK during 2015 and the winners will be announced at Grosvenor House in London’s Park Lane on 19 May.
Other awards such as the songwriter of the year, lifetime achievement, international achievement and Ivors inspiration award will be named on the night.
Adele fans will have to wait until the night to see if she will pick up any of those prizes.
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