Is “Growing Up” by Macklemore eligible for next year’s Grammys?

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  • Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    I think that it would be really smart for Macklemore to put it on his next album and promote it heavily. If so, he could give Adele a run for her money.

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    tennisfreak
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    And if that pandering no talent does I’ll drink hemlock.

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    Final2
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    I think that it would be really smart for Macklemore to put it on his next album and promote it heavily. If so, he could give Adele a run for her money.

    It all depends on if they submitted it, but I doubt it will even be nominated let alone win anything it kinda came and went.

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    tennisfreak
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    It was commercially released prior to the deadline so I’d say no.

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    Xtina
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    Honey, NO ONE can give Adele a run for her money.  Adele already has several categories on lock.

    Besides, that Macklemore song is total garbage.  Even if it’s eligible, I doubt it gets any nominations,

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    kingofrapmusic17
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    It was a free download that was available online. I heard the song numerous times on the radio, but I don’t know.

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    Final2
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    It was commercially released prior to the deadline so I’d say no.

    A song HAS to be submitted for it to be ineligible released dates are redundant when it comes to eligibility. Look at “Same Love” it was nominated for SotY even though it was released the year before (with extensive sampleing). If the Grammys want it nominated they’re gonna nominated. If it blows up and wasn’t submitted it will have a shot at being nominated.

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    Shawn Capriola
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    Speaking of Macklemore, where the hell is he????? One moderate-hit single(which I’m shocked wasn’t nominated for a Grammy) released months ago and then nothing. What gives?

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    tennisfreak
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    [quote=”tennisfreak”]

    It was commercially released prior to the deadline so I’d say no.

    A song HAS to be submitted for it to be ineligible released dates are redundant when it comes to eligibility. Look at “Same Love” it was nominated for SotY even though it was released the year before (with extensive sampleing). If the Grammys want it nominated they’re gonna nominated. If it blows up and wasn’t submitted it will have a shot at being nominated.
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    Ok I’m not 100% on what the rules are but ok whatever you say. That said I’d still deny it.

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    ImKing
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    LMAO. Seriously the only way Macklemore can win another Grammy is to be featured on a song with a (pop) artist. He will never win in the rap/hip-hop field again.

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    PenguinHyphy
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    Speaking of Macklemore, where the hell is he????? One moderate-hit single(which I’m shocked wasn’t nominated for a Grammy) released months ago and then nothing. What gives?

    He is trash, so I really have no idea what the problem is.  

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    kingofrapmusic17
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    His album will be released in 2016. I believe he’ll have another #1 single.

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    Classy for you guys to call him trash. You don’t know him. Don’t judge someone because you don’t like their music. It’s just the same as not liking someone because of their sexual orientation or race.

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    YoungSoo1313
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    I don’t know this song but even if it was released originally in 2005 and it’s released again on a new 2016 album (and hasn’t been previously submitted) is eligible for the 59th Grammys.

    “Downtown” did not appear in this year’s submissions. Though it was released in August, it’ll be eligible as a track from Macklemore’s upcoming album

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    CAROL-CHANNING
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    I love Macklemore.

    But the song “Growing Up” is terrible.  Like… really terrible. 

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