While the Grammys have consolidated a load of categories this year, the top four races remain the same: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist.

Only one act is nominated in all four categories: the indie pop trio Fun., who contend for their second studio album, "Some Nights," as well as their ubiquitous single "We Are Young," which is up for Record and Song.

Fun. have six nominations overall, as do Dan Auerbach of the Black KeysJay-ZMumford and SonsFrank Ocean and Kanye West. In a year when the Recording Academy spread the wealth among nominees, the winners may be harder to predict than Adele's inevitable sweep last year.

Use the menus to see the latest Grammy predictions by our Editors and other Users. View charts that compare all these predix according to the contenders' likelihood of winning. Also check out our overviews, racetrack odds and handicapping.

After reviewing all the contenders, head over to our prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual winners.

Album of the Year: Handicapping
= Odds to be Win
Some NightsFun.

"Some Nights" is the second album by Fun. but their first recognized by the Grammys. They have six nominations this year and are the only artists nominated in all general field categories: Record, Song, Album, and New Artist.


Full Profile
El CaminoBlack Keys

"El Camino" is the seventh album by the Black Keys, who have five total nominations this year. They have two previous Grammy wins, but this is their first nomination in this category.


Full Profile
Related News


Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

Video: Here's How to Make Award Predictions at Gold Derby