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What will win Best Rap Song at Grammys?

By Gold Derby News Desk
By Gold Derby News Desk
Feb 06 2013 09:16 am
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Our two music awards editors -- Darrin Dortch and David Schnelwar -- agree on the winner of Best Rap Song at this Sunday's Grammys. 

“Daughters” - Nas
“Lotus Flower Bomb” - Wale & Miguel
“Mercy” - Kanye West
“The Motto” - Drake and Lil Wayne
“N***as In Paris” - Jay-Z & Kanye West -- Darrin, David
“Young, Wild & Free”- Snoop Dog and Wiz Khalifa

Darrin's analysis
Jay-Z and Kanye West are beloved in the rap field. They are a near lock to win for “N****s in Paris” which is nominated for Best Rap Song and was a huge pop hit.

Kanye’s popular “Mercy” is also nominated here and in Rap Song as is Nas’ “Daughters.” Nas is the spoiler here if the Kanye songs split votes.

David's analysis
Kanye West is the biggest winner in this category with five. This year he is a double nominee for his collaborations of “N***as in Paris” and “Mercy.”

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GENERAL FIELD
Album of the Year: David, Darrin
Record of the Year: David, Darrin
Song of the Year: David, Darrin
New Artist

POP
Pop Solo Performance
Pop Duo/Group Performance
Pop Vocal Album
Traditional Pop Album

DANCE
Dance Recording
Dance/Electronica Album

ROCK 
Rock Performance
Rock Song
Rock Album
Alternative Music Album

R&B
R&B Performance
R&B Song
Rap Album
Traditional R&B Performance

RAP
Rap Performance
Rap/Sung Collaboration
Rap Song
Rap Album
Urban Contemporary Album

COUNTRY
Country Solo Performance
Country Duo/Pop Performance
Country Song
Country Album

 
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