Justin Bieber Sets his sights on first GRAMMY: 'It just takes making good music'

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Justin Bieber is heading back to the GRAMMYs!

It's been five years since the Biebs was last nominated for music's top honor, when he famously lost the Best New Artist award to Esperanza Spalding. His debut full-length, My World 2.0, was also nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album, but was beat by Lady Gaga's The Fame Monster.

On Monday, Bieber scored his third career GRAMMY nomination in the Best Dance Recording category for "Where Are U Now," his collaboration with EDM superstars Diplo and Skrillex.

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Bieber shared his excitement over the nom on his Facebook page, congratulating his collaborators. "Grammy time boys. Congrats," he wrote.

But it wasn't all great news for JB on Monday. His critically acclaimed -- and first No. 1 -- single, "What Do You Mean?" was snubbed. That being said, his latest album, Purpose, and any future singles from it, will be in contention for the 2017 ceremony. (The eligibility period runs from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30 each year.)

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Last month, Bieber opened up to Entertainment Tonight special correspondent Elvis Duran about what it would take for him to finally get his hands on that elusive gramophone.

"I think it just takes making good music," he said. "I think the rest goes to how much the GRAMMY board likes you."

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Justin Bieber Sets his sights on first GRAMMY: 'It just takes making good music'

Chris Stapleton

Best Country Solo Performance
Best Country Song
Best Country Album

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Little Big Town

Best Country Duo/Group Performance
Best Country Song
Best Country Album

(Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images)

Alabama Shakes

Album of the Year
Best Rock Performance
Best Rock Song

(Photo by Rob Ball/Redferns)

Kelly Clarkson

Best Pop Vocal Album
Best Pop Solo Performance

(Photo by RB/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

Maroon 5

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

(Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for CBS Radio Inc.)

Courtney Barnett

Best New Artist

(Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images)

Sam Hunt

Best New Artist
Best Country Album

(Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images for CMT)

D'Angelo and the Vanguard

Record of the Year

(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Ellie Goulding

Best Pop Solo Performance

(Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)

Mark Ronson

Best Pop Vocal Album

(Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

James Taylor

Best Pop Vocal Album

(Photo by Randy Holmes/ABC via Getty Images)

J. Cole

Best Rap Performance
Best Rap Album

(Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Anheuser-Busch)

Drake

Best Rap Performance
Best Rap Song
Best Rap Album
 

(Photo by Scott Dudelson/Getty Images)

Fetty Wap

Best Rap Performance
Best Rap Song

(Photo by Taylor Hill/FilmMagic)

Nicki Minaj

Best Rap Performance
Best Rap Album

(Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for A+E Networks)

Kanye West

Best Rap Performance
Best Rap Song

(Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)

Foo Fighters

Best Rock Performance

(Photo by Francesco Castaldo/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Elle King

Best Rock Performance
Best Rock Song

(Photo by Rommel Demano/Getty Images)

Wolf Alice

Best Rock Performance

(Photo by David Wolff - Patrick/Redferns)

Highly Suspect

Best Rock Song
Best Rock Album

(Photo by Scott Dudelson/Getty Images)

Death Cab for Cutie

Best Rock Album

(Photo by Scott Dudelson/FilmMagic)

Muse

Best Rock Album

(Photo by Melissa Fossum/PHX/Voice Media Group via Getty Images)

Slipknot

Best Rock Album

(Photo by Neil Lupin/Redferns via Getty Images)

Cam

Best Country Solo Performance

(Photo by Laura Cavanaugh/FilmMagic)

Lee Ann Womack

Best Country Solo Performance
Best Country Song

(Photo by Stephen J. Cohen/Getty Images)

Brothers Osborne

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

(Photo by Jeff Hahne/Getty Images)

Joey & Rory

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

(Photo by Frederick Breedon IV/WireImage)

Charles Kelley, Dierks Bentley & Eric Paslay

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

(Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images for CBS Radio Inc.)

Blake Shelton featuring Ashley Monroe

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

(Photo by Terry Wyatt/FilmMagic)

Tim McGraw

Best Country Song

(Photo by Jared C. Tilton/NASCAR via Getty Images)

Brandy Clark

Best Country Song

(Photo by Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images)

Ashley Monroe

Best Country Album

(Photo by Earl Gibson III/Getty Images,)

Kacey Musgraves

Best Country Album

(Photo by Christie Goodwin/Redferns)

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"Hopefully they just like me," he continued, modestly. "I don't know. That's all I can really ask for."

Bieber admitted that winning a GRAMMY was among his top five career aspirations, along with "Some sort of Hall of Fame. Like Rock and Roll Hall of Fame would be pretty crazy," he said. "I'm not even a rock and roll artist."

Will he cross one off the bucket list next year? The GRAMMY winners will be revealed on Monday, Feb. 15, in Los Angeles.

In the meantime, see more from our sit-down with Bieber in the player below.

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