2017 Grammy predictions: Complete odds in 32 categories

Looking for a handy cheat sheet before entering your predictions for Sunday’s 2017 Grammy Awards? Then take a look at our racetrack odds below. The predicted winners are indicated in gold.

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These official odds are derived from the predictions of music Experts, Gold Derby Editors who cover awards year-round, the Top 24 Users who got the top scores predicting last year’s Grammy winners, the All-Star Top 24 who got the highest scores when you combine the last two years’ Grammy results, and hundreds of total Users who make up the largest (and often savviest) bloc of predictors.

We’re predicting 32 categories. Find out who we’re betting on below. And there’s still time to make or edit your own predictions before the winners are announced on February 12.

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GENERAL FIELD

ALBUM OF THE YEAR
“Lemonade,” Beyonce — 4/9
“25,” Adele — 3/1
“A Sailor’s Guide to Earth,” Sturgill Simpson — 50/1
“Views,” Drake — 66/1
“Purpose,” Justin Bieber — 66/1

RECORD OF THE YEAR
“Hello,” Adele — 3/10
“Formation,” Beyonce — 9/2
“Stressed Out,” Twenty One Pilots — 50/1
“Work,” Rihanna feat. Drake — 50/1
“7 Years,” Lukas Graham — 66/1

SONG OF THE YEAR
“Hello,” Adele — 1/4
“Formation,” Beyonce — 13/2
“Love Yourself,” Justin Bieber — 33/1
“7 Years,” Lukas Graham — 40/1
“I Took a Pill in Ibiza,” Mike Posner — 66/1

BEST NEW ARTIST
Chance the Rapper — 9/10
The Chainsmokers — 12/5
Maren Morris — 6/1
Kelsea Ballerini — 50/1
Anderson Paak — 80/1

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POP

BEST POP SOLO PERFORMANCE
“Hello,” Adele — 2/11
“Hold Up,” Beyonce — 16/1
“Piece By Piece,” Kelly Clarkson — 20/1
“Love Yourself,” Justin Bieber — 50/1
“Dangerous Woman,” Ariana Grande — 66/1

BEST POP DUO/GROUP PERFORMANCE
“7 Years,” Lukas Graham — 1/2
“Cheap Thrills,” Sia feat. Sean Paul — 7/1
“Work,” Rihanna feat. Drake — 7/1
“Closer,” The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey — 22/1
“Stressed Out,” Twenty One Pilots — 33/1

BEST POP VOCAL ALBUM
“25,” Adele — 2/13
“Purpose,” Justin Bieber — 14/1
“This is Acting,” Sia — 40/1
“Dangerous Woman,” Ariana Grande — 50/1
“Confident,” Demi Lovato — 80/1

BEST TRADITIONAL POP ALBUM
“Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway,” Barbra Streisand — 1/3
“Fallen Angels,” Bob Dylan — 4/1
“Stages Live,” Josh Groban — 50/1
“Cinema,” Andrea Bocelli — 50/1
“Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin,” Willie Nelson — 66/1

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ROCK

BEST ROCK PERFORMANCE
“Blackstar,” David Bowie — 2/9
“Heathens,” Twenty One Pilots — 15/2
“Don’t Hurt Yourself,” Beyonce feat. Jack White — 25/1
“Joe (Live from Austin City Limits),” Alabama Shakes — 66/1
“The Sound of Silence (Live on Conan),” Disturbed — 80/1

BEST ROCK SONG
“Blackstar,” David Bowie — 1/5
“Heathens,” Twenty One Pilots — 15/2
“Burn the Witch,” Radiohead — 40/1
“Hardwired,” Metallica — 66/1
“My Name is Human,” Highly Suspect — 100/1

BEST ROCK ALBUM
“Weezer,” Weezer — 1/3
“Death of a Bachelor,” Panic! At the Disco — 9/1
“Tell Me I’m Pretty,” Cage the Elephant — 14/1
“California,” Blink 182 — 22/1
“Magma,” Gojira — 33/1

BEST ALTERNATIVE ALBUM
“Blackstar,” David Bowie — 2/11
“A Moon Shaped Pool,” Radiohead — 9/1
“22, A Million,” Bon Iver — 40/1
“Post Pop Depression,” Iggy Pop — 66/1
“The Hope Six Demolition Project,” PJ Harvey — 80/1

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R&B

BEST R&B PERFORMANCE
“Needed Me,” Rihanna — 2/5
“Cranes in the Sky,” Solange — 10/3
“Turnin’ Me Up,” BJ the Chicago Kid — 50/1
“I Do,” Musiq Soulchild — 50/1
“Permission,” Ro James — 80/1

BEST R&B SONG
“Kiss it Better,” Rihanna — 1/3
“Lake by the Ocean,” Maxwell — 4/1
“Come and See Me,” PARTYNEXTDOOR feat. Drake — 40/1
“Exchange,” Bryson Tiller — 50/1
“Luv,” Tory Lanez — 80/1

BEST R&B ALBUM
“In My Mind,” BJ the Chicago Kid — 1/2
“Lalah Hathaway Live,” Lalah Hathaway — 4/1
“Smoove Jones,” Mya — 11/1
“Velvet Portraits,” Terrace Martin — 50/1
“Healing Season,” Mint Condition — 50/1

BEST URBAN CONTEMPORARY ALBUM
“Lemonade,” Beyonce — 1/10
“Anti,” Rihanna — 25/1
“Malibu,” Anderson Paak — 50/1
“Ology,” Gallant — 66/1
“We Are King,” KING — 80/1

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RAP

BEST RAP PERFORMANCE
“No Problem,” Chance the Rapper feat. Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz — 1/2
“Pop Style,” Drake feat. Jay Z & Kanye West — 11/4
“Panda,” Desiigner — 40/1
“All the Way Up,” Fat Joe & Remy Ma feat. French Montana & Infrared — 66/1
“That Part,” Schoolboy Q feat. Kanye West — 66/1

BEST RAP/SUNG PERFORMANCE
“Freedom,” Beyonce feat. Kendrick Lamar
“Hotline Bling,” Drake
“Famous,” Kanye West feat. Rihanna
“Ultralight Beam,” Kanye West feat. Chance the Rapper, Kelly Price, Kirk Franklin, The-Dream — 40/1
“Broccoli,” D.R.A.M. feat. Lil Yachty — 80/1

BEST RAP SONG
“Hotline Bling,” Drake — 8/15
“No Problem,” Chance the Rapper feat. Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz — 5/1
“Famous,” Kanye West feat. Rihanna — 6/1
“Ultralight Beam,” Kanye West feat. Chance The Rapper, Kelly Price, Kirk Franklin, The-Dream — 40/1
“All the Way Up,” Fat Joe & Remy Ma feat. French Montana & Infared — 80/1

BEST RAP ALBUM
“Views,” Drake — 1/3
“Coloring Book,” Chance the Rapper — 6/1
“The Life of Pablo,” Kanye West — 16/1
“And the Anonymous Nobody,” De La Soul — 66/1
“Blank Face LP,” Schoolboy Q — 80/1
“Major Key,” DJ Khaled — 100/1

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COUNTRY

BEST COUNTRY SOLO PERFORMANCE
“My Church,” Maren Morris — 4/9
“Church Bells,” Carrie Underwood — 4/1
“Blue Ain’t Your Color,” Keith Urban — 14/1
“Vice,” Mirande Lambert — 25/1
“Love Can Go to Hell,” Brandy Clark — 66/1

BEST COUNTRY DUO/GROUP PERFORMANCE
“Jolene,” Pentatonix feat. Dolly Parton — 3/10
“21 Summer,” Brothers Osborne — 12/1
“Different for Girls,” Dierks Bentley feat. Elle King — 14/1
“Setting the World on Fire,” Kenny Chesney and Pink — 14/1
“Think of You,” Chris Young with Cassadee Pope — 66/1

BEST COUNTRY SONG
“My Church,” Maren Morris — 4/9
“Humble and Kind,” Tim McGraw — 7/2
“Blue Ain’t Your Color,” Keith Urban — 18/1
“Die a Happy Man,” Thomas Rhett — 33/1
“Vice,” Miranda Lambert — 50/1

BEST COUNTRY ALBUM
“A Sailor’s Guide to Earth,” Sturgill Simpson — 1/4
“Hero,” Maren Morris — 9/1
“Full Circle,” Loretta Lynn — 16/1
“Ripcord,” Keith Urban — 50/1
“Big Day in a Small Town,” Brandy Clark — 66/1

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VISUAL MEDIA

BEST MUSIC VIDEO
“Formation,” Beyonce — 1/10
“Up&Up,” Coldplay — 28/1
“Upside Down and Inside Out,” OK Go — 40/1
“Gosh,” Jamie XX — 66/1
“River,” Leon Bridges — 80/1

BEST MUSIC FILM
“Lemonade,” Beyonce — 1/5
“The Beatles: Eight Days a Week The Touring Years” — 15/2
“I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead,” Steve Aoki — 50/1
“The Music of Strangers,” Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble — 66/1
“American Saturday Night: Live from the Grand Ole Opry,” Various Artists — 80/1

BEST VISUAL MEDIA COMPILATION
“Amy” — 2/13
“Straight Outta Compton” — 14/1
“Suicide Squad” — 33/1
“Vinyl” — 66/1
“Miles Ahead” — 80/1

BEST VISUAL MEDIA SCORE
“The Hateful Eight” — 8/11
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” — 3/1
“Stranger Things: Volume 1” — 10/1
“The Revenant” — 25/1
“Bridge of Spies” — 66/1
“Stranger Things: Volume 2” — 80/1

BEST VISUAL MEDIA SONG
“Can’t Stop the Feeling,” Justin Timberlake — 4/11
“Heathens,” Twenty One Pilots — 4/1
“Try Everything,” Shakira — 25/1
“Just Like Fire,” Pink — 50/1
“The Veil,” Peter Gabriel — 66/1
“Purple Lamborghini,” Skrillex and Rick Ross — 100/1

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ADDITIONAL CATEGORIES

BEST COMEDY ALBUM
“Live at the Apollo,” Amy Schumer — 4/7
“Talking for Clapping,” Patton Oswalt — 9/4
“Boyish Girl Interrupted,” Tig Notaro — 40/1
“…America…Great…,” David Cross — 66/1
“American Myth,” Margaret Cho — 66/1

BEST SPOKEN WORD ALBUM
“In Such Good Company,” Carol Burnett — 8/11
“The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo,” Amy Schumer — 13/5
“M Train,” Patti Smith — 15/2
“Unfaithful Music and Disappearing Ink,” Elvis Costello — 50/1
“Under the Big Black Sun,” John Doe and Tom DeSavia — 100/1

BEST MUSICAL THEATER ALBUM
“The Color Purple” — 1/3
“Waitress” — 5/1
“Kinky Boots” — 18/1
“Bright Star” — 50/1
“Fiddler on the Roof” — 80/1

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