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  • PoweR
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    Who will win Best Dance Recording?

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    ImKing
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    #415133

    I want a (surprise) upset here..Flying Lotus feat Kendrick Lamar “Never Catch Me”.

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    mikeboy898
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    The award here will go to the most popular: “Where Are U Now”

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    glamorous
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    I see Justin winning his first Grammy, so Where Are U Now.

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    Xtina
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    Above & Beyond feat. Zoë Johnston and Galantis don’t have enough star power to win.  Flying Lotus feat. Kendrick Lamar would be an interesting choice.  Skrillex and Diplo with Justin Bieber seems like the obvious winner.  I’m going to go on a limb and predict The Chemical Brothers feat Q-Tip.

    SHOULD WIN: The Chemical Brothers feat. Q-Tip, “Go” 
    WILL WIN: The Chemical Brothers feat. Q-Tip, “Go”  

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    Gagamon
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    Where are Ü now…

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    Madson Melo
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    As I don’t wanna believe that Bieber will be a Grammy winner, I hope Chemical Brothers can prevail over the power of Diplo/Skrillex.

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    J.Sol
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    Q-Tip is so overdue for a Grammy.

    But he already won in 2005 in this category with The Chemical Brothers for “Galvanize”.
    Still, out of the five nominees, “Go” is my favourite. 

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    PoweR
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    [quote=”Stripped”]

    Q-Tip is so overdue for a Grammy.

    But he already won in 2005 in this category with The Chemical Brothers for “Galvanize”.
    Still, out of the five nominees, “Go” is my favourite. 
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    Precisely. Q-Tip is already a Grammy winner. Ironically, in this category for a track with The Chemical Brothers. 

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    Atypical
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    Justin Bieber is winning his first Grammy. What a comeback this era ended up being for him, despite himself. Congrats. I generally liked this category. My favorite by a country mile is “Never Catch Me,” but I’ll celebrate its nomination as the ultimate reward. It’s such an unilkely song to make this roster. That’s enough for me. “Runaway (You & I)” is nothing special and veryyy autotuned. The female’s vocal on “We’re All We Need” is both haunting and beautifully done. I wouldn’t mind a possible upset there. I guess The Chemical Brothers are always ones to look out for, and they’ve won here already with Q-Tip. “Go” feels like retread of greater past work though, but you never know. They have corresponding Dance/Electronic Album nods just like Skrillex & Diplo. I think the hit of the group rises to the top in this field, and “Where R U Now?” will be a worthy enough winner.

    WILL WIN: Skrillex & Diplo featuring Justin Bieber, “Where R U Now?”
    SHOULD WIN: Flying Lotus featuring Kendrick Lamar, “Never Catch Me”

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    This category could have Years and Years, Major Lazer, Lindsey Stirling and they all could win but instead we have JB which makes me barf

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    mikeboy898
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    Years and Years’ King should 100% nominated. Tis a shame.

    Also if Lean On wasn’t submitted to Pop Duo/Group, it would definitely have a chance here.

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    Gagamon
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    JonCan, Mikeboy I can’t be more agree with you guys.

    Of course Lean On could have been a front- runner in this category .
    but  the fools of  Mad Decent decided to send it to the slaughter in the pop field.
    Just so it doesn’t clog with Where Are U Now.
    Maybe they thought that with Lean On being a major hit it  would have a better chance to appear in the pop category.
    This snub still hurts.

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    Gagamon
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    #415145

    I honestly don’t understand what makes a song be more or less likely to be nominated in pop or dance.

    Gaga has been nominated in this categorie x3
    Just Dance
    Poker Face (won)
    Dance in the Dark

    and those songs sound like pop to me

    why she doesn’t submit songs in this category anymore? like applause?

    Lean On was too pop to be considered EDM? and too much EDM to be pop?

    how this category works now?

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    Xtina
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    The academy decided back in 2011 that songs by popular artists (such as Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Britney Spears, Madonna, etc.) can no longer be submitted to Dance.  Popular artists must submit to Pop.

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