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  • Mcm
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    Honestly who would win record of the year? I mean my beat is Ariana. I think Billie could get nominated or have a Kacey Musgraves expérience next year where she’s in one of the 3 main gf catagories. But Halsey could be up there. And of course Post Malone having 2 smash hits. Lil Nas X could contend. That’s currently the field because I can’t imagine anyone else winning except Ariana or Halsey, maybe even Post Malone.

    Barnacles Bro

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    Blanche
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    If it was up to me she should submitt “Wish You Were Gay” to SOTY

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    6XNCH
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    Can you feel the love doesn’t sound like a potential nominee in this pretty competitive Pop Duo/GP lineup.

    Beyoncé is a 23-time Grammy winner who the pop voters have shown plenty of love to in the past (Halo winning then the live version being nominated the year after) and in recent years ( Hold Up, a song which clearly isn’t really Pop and wasn’t even sent to Pop radio being nominated). Donald Glover just received tons of Grammy love last year winning ROTY & SOTY. The two pairing up to cover a classic song which will be in the second highest grossing film of the year…

    While it is not a lock to be nominated, to say it doesn’t even sound like a potential nominee is just wrong.

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    DC95
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    Out of mainstream music that has been released this year and is eligible, Billie Eilish feels like the only realistic option to win Record and/or Song of the Year. Most of the stronger choices (“High Hopes,” “Happier,” etc.) are from last year’s cycle.

    Maybe something that wasn’t a hit will win.

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    DC95
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    Beyoncé is a 23-time Grammy winner who the pop voters have shown plenty of love to in the past (Halo winning then the live version being nominated the year after) and in recent years ( Hold Up, a song which clearly isn’t really Pop and wasn’t even sent to Pop radio being nominated).

    You have these examples, but pop voters also passed over “6 Inch,” “Die With You,” “Best Thing I Never Had,” “Pretty Hurts,” and the massive #1 hit “Perfect.”

    “Hold Up” was nominated in a relatively un-competitive year: Justin Timberlake submitted the Trolls version of “Can’t Stop the Feeling” in Pop Duo/Group, and apparently Lady Gaga didn’t even enter “Perfect Illusion” at all, so the next most likely nominees were Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, and Shawn Mendes.

    I don’t remember how competitive Female Pop Vocal Performance was in 2011, although she did get in over the biggest hit of that year (“Tik Tok”).

    However, I do agree that “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” is definitely in the hunt for a Pop Duo/Group nomination if entered. It’s an Oscar-winning song that everyone knows by two past general field winners.

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    Blanche
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    Honey, if the Grammy Awards were tomorrow, Billie Eilish would win Record of the Year and Song of the Year. In addition to Album of the Year and Best New Artist.

    Honey, stop using goldderby while you are doing meth! Billie Eilish is not getting any of the big three.

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    You have these examples, but pop voters also passed over “6 Inch,” “Die With You,” “Best Thing I Never Had,” “Pretty Hurts,” and the massive #1 hit “Perfect.”

    “Hold Up” was nominated in a relatively un-competitive year: Justin Timberlake submitted the Trolls version of “Can’t Stop the Feeling” in Pop Duo/Group, and apparently Lady Gaga didn’t even enter “Perfect Illusion” at all, so the next most likely nominees were Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, and Shawn Mendes.

    I don’t remember how competitive Female Pop Vocal Performance was in 2011, although she did get in over the biggest hit of that year (“Tik Tok”).

    However, I do agree that “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” is definitely in the hunt for a Pop Duo/Group nomination if entered. It’s an Oscar-winning song that everyone knows by two past general field winners.

    To counterargue, Die With You was a throwaway song that she didn’t even release a real single, Best Thing I Never Had was up against heavy competitiors and that was considered her flop era so they didn’t bother. Pretty Hurts didn’t even chart and was, again, passed over for stronger songs. Perfect Duet seems like the only legit snub.

    I would only predict Can You Feel The Love Tonight based on its success.

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    Blanche
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    While we are going with other years…Where was Partition submitted, if submitted at all?

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    DC95
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    To counterargue, Die With You was a throwaway song that she didn’t even release a real single, Best Thing I Never Had was up against heavy competitiors and that was considered her flop era so they didn’t bother. Pretty Hurts didn’t even chart and was, again, passed over for stronger songs. Perfect Duet seems like the only legit snub.

    That’s perfectly fair, but I don’t agree with the notion that two filler nominations equate to her being shown “plenty” of love by pop voters.

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    DC95
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    While we are going with other years…Where was Partition submitted, if submitted at all?

    Music Video only.

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    na digga
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    I don’t think Beyoncé and Donald Glover two people that the Grammys love to nominate and “can you feel the love tonight” a beloved song will miss the nomination. Last year pop duo had 7 nominees. This year is different because there is an actual competition but that doesn’t mean it won’t be nominated it just won’t win. Not with Donald singing like that.

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    They should’ve written new stuff for this remake, because when I heard Can You Feel The Love, I was just unimpressed maybe because everyone knows the song by now. Doesn’t sound like a cover that it takes it to a whole new level like Whitney did with IWALY.

    I don’t think it’ll chart high either.

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    Tony Bennet and Backstreet Boys were nominated last year.A song doesn’t have to be a hit to get in anymore.Joanne winning a grammy is other example of that.

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    That’s perfectly fair, but I don’t agree with the notion that two filler nominations equate to her being shown “plenty” of love by pop voters.

    I don’t either but that’s only cause she would need more in contention to prove whether they truly love her or not.

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    Tony Bennet and Backstreet Boys were nominated last year.A song doesn’t have to be a hit to get in anymore.Joanne winning a grammy is other example of that.

    We shall see but it’s still a missed opportunity. A movie this big with original songs could’ve easily gotten Beyoncé & Donald an Oscar, a Golden Globe and possibly many Grammy’s like ASIB.

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