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  • Awardsfan1990
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    The visual media categories at the Grammys are often my favorites because of my love of film and TV, so I thought that there should be its own thread for the score, soundtrack and song categories. My predictions right now for each category are:

    Best Score:
    Coco—Michael Giacchino
    Phantom Thread—Jonny Greenwood
    The Shape Of Water—Alexandre Desplat
    Star Wars: The Last Jedi—John Williams
    Stranger Things: Season 2—Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein

    Best Soundtrack:
    Black Panther
    Call Me By Your Name
    Coco
    The Greatest Showman
    Stranger Things

    Best Song:
    “All The Stars”—Black Panther (Kendrick Lamar)
    “Mystery Of Love”—Call Me By Your Name (Sufjan Stevens)
    “Remember Me”—Coco (Miguel & Natalia Lafourcade)
    “Shallow”—A Star Is Born (Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper)
    “This Is Me”—The Greatest Showman (Keala Settle)

    Be sure to also share your predictions below.

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    theexterminator
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    I don’t think Star Wars will be nominated this time.

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    Awardsfan1990
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    The Grammys seem to love nominating John Williams as much as the Oscars do, which is why I have him in my predictions.

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    Os Rdgs
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    I have a feeling they’ll snub my baby Sufjan. I hope they don’t.

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    theexterminator
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    The Grammys seem to love nominating John Williams as much as the Oscars do, which is why I have him in my predictions.

     

    True. But this time we have two Star Wars movies (who will split the vote).

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    Awardsfan1990
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    Most people didn’t seem to care for Solo: A Star Wars Story (although I personally liked it), so I’m guessing Grammy voters probably won’t even bother to consider it.

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    Jeffrey Kare
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    Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert could also be in contention. Same with Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.

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    Awardsfan1990
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    True, but Grammy voters haven’t warmed up to live musical soundtracks yet from the past few years. And with Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, Grammy voters could feel “been there, done that” with the first film’s soundtrack.

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    Do NOT forget the Oscar-nominated, “Mudbound.”

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    DC95
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    yeah, Mudbound is more likely to get in than Mystery just from Mary J. Blige’s name alone.

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    True, but Grammy voters haven’t warmed up to live musical soundtracks yet from the past few years.

    Then again, Jesus Christ Superstar did overperform in Emmy nominations, so I don’t know how many more times we’ll keep underestimating it. Also don’t forget that the original concept recording was nominated for Album of the Year back in 1972, so I think that coupled with the star power from previous Grammy nominees/winners like John Legend, Sara Bareilles, and Alice Cooper could help.

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    And with Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, Grammy voters could feel “been there, done that” with the first film’s soundtrack.

    Which was probably what happened with Beauty & the Beast last year. Despite that film’s soundtrack being a huge hit, composer Alan Menken being an 11-time winner, and the soundtrack for the 1991 animated classic receiving 5 Grammy nominations (especially for both Album and Song of the Year), the live action remake failed to receive a single nomination by the recording academy. When that happened, I knew ‘Evermore’ was going to be vulnerable in receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song.

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    This year is actually really competive in the song category. I see lady Gaga winning tho

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    Djoko
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    Jesus Christ Superstar and Black Panther are the frontrunners, in my opinion, even though I think they should be able to submit Jesus Christ Superstar into Musical Theatre Album instead.

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    “Love Lies” by Khalid & Normani should be eligible from the Love, Simon soundtrack.

    It was the #1 song on Pop radio and a Top 10 hit.

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