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July 20, 2019 at 7:28 pm #1202987601
Even if the Executive Producer was a voter, that’s only 1 vote. With 13,000 members eligible to vote in the Recording Academy, that 1 vote isn’t enough to make a substantial difference. And the Executive Producer isn’t given any special ability to pick and choose the final nominees or have their opinions weighted more.
That British influence may make itself apparent in performers, yes, but I don’t know that it will really have much of an effect.
Okay but what about if the Executive Producer is a part of the NRC. It actually could make a HUGE difference. Especially if the Executive Producer of the show is a part of the Nomination Review Committee. They make the FINAL decision of who gets nominated.
That’s also something to have in mind. You never know who the Nomination committee will choose despite an album or song having the most votes from the Grammy Voters.July 20, 2019 at 7:40 pm #1202987610
Taylor’s new era is D.O.A. Her singles flew right off the radar and the public’s interest has waned. “Lover” feels like a very uneventful release. She won’t do 1M the first week. But, the album will debut at #1 with respectable numbers because her fan base will stream it. However, it’s longevity is what will matter most.
Lover will make 1 million in the first week Taylor’s fan base is great is faithful beyond said she’s offering 4 versions of the album, most of her fans are going to buy all 4 versions. Ok, maybe she did not get 1 million just in the US like SN, Red, 1989 and Rep but she’s making 1 million in the first week of the lover worldwide.July 20, 2019 at 7:46 pm #1202987614
Honestly, seeing how Ed and Beyoncé underperformed, Taylor Swift new era is hardly a flop.
She managed to peak at #2 twice, with two “meh” songs. Watch out, because if her next single is good, she can turn it around. And she’ll probably have 1M+ album sales as well.
So I won’t be quick to rule her out, until I see how her album does
Her singles are bombs. They opened and peaked at number two because of radio deals, videos and everything else to have them appear high. They have since cratered and are only even staying on the chart because of radio, which is bought by labels. Those are bombs, not Panini, which is not even a single yet, as you queens have been stating.July 20, 2019 at 8:00 pm #1202987624
so he’s just gonna keep going?
y'all ugly and smellyJuly 20, 2019 at 8:12 pm #1202987636
I don’t get how you can be a Lil Nas X stan AND homophobic…July 21, 2019 at 12:55 am #1202987918
Ok so people are talking about how Bad Guy has been in the top 10 since April but wasn’t without Me in the top 5 for like 25 weeks and 30 weeks in the top 10? If so then isn’t Without Me likely to get in ROTY as well?July 21, 2019 at 1:58 am #1202988016
I love Beyoncé lol but hive take notes ima defend her this one more time cause I hate delusional people. Okay Lets talk about flops 4 Beyoncé flop era produced anthem run the world girls 1+1 best thing I never had , love on top, countdown, dance for you, and end of time also acclaim.(if not the best one of the best flop eras in history)Following that Beyoncé changed the game 3 ways visual album, surprise drop, and making Friday release day as we know it IMPACT with 2.3 million pure sales. Lemonade era 20 years in her career 1.9 million pure sales 3 top 20s most awarded album of all time song until gaga but formation still holds video and critical acclaim and HUGE IMPACT so yes Beyoncé seems to be struggling but lets not forget this is BeyoncéMarcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)ParticipantJuly 21, 2019 at 6:07 am #1202988148
Grammy Predictions July 2019: Record Of The Year 1. Post Malone, Swea Lee- Sunflower 2. Ariana Grande- 7 Rings 3. Lizzo- Truth Hurts 4. Jonas Brothers- Sucker 5. Billie Eilish- Bad Guy 6. The 1975- It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You) 7. Lil Nas, Billie Ray Cyrus- Old Town Road 8. J.Cole- MIDDLE CHILD Album Of The Year 1. Lady Gaga- A Star Is Born 2. Billie Eilish- When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? 3. Ariana Grande- Thank U, Next 4. Gary Clark Jr- This Land 5. Lizzo- Cuz I Love You 6. Anderson .Paak- Ventura 7. Vampire Weekend- Father Of The Bride 8. Beyoncé- The Lion King: The King (Still Indecisive) Song Of The Year 1. Billie Eillish- when the party is over Songwriters: Finneas Baird O’Connell 2. Ariana Grande- Thank U, Next Songwriters: Ariana Grande, Charles Michael Anderson, Michael Foster, Taylor Monet Parks, Tommy Brown, Victoria Monet McCants, Kimberly Krysiuk 3. Jonas Brothers- Sucker Songwriters: Adam King Feeney, Carl Austin Rosen, Joseph Adam Jonas, Paul Kevin Jonas, Louis Russell Bell, Nicholas Jerry Jonas, Ryan Benjamin Tedder 4. Post Malone, Swea Lee- Sunflower Songwriters: Austin Richard Post, Billy Walsh, Carl Austin Rosen, Carter Lang, Khalif Malik Ibin Shaman Brown, Louis Bell 5. The 1975- Its Not Living (If It’s Not With You) Songwriters: Adam Brian Thomas Hann, George Bedford Daniel, Matthew Timothy Healy, Ross Stewart MacDonald 6. Lizzo- Juice Songwriters: Eric Frederic, Melissa Jefferson, Theron Thomas, Sam Sumser, Sean Small 7. Vampire Weekend- Harmony Hall Songwriters: Ariel Rechtshaid; Ezra Koenig 8. Halsey- Without Me Songwriters: Amy Rose Allen, Ashley Nicolette Frangipane, Brittany Marie Amaradio, Justin R. Timberlake, Louis Russell Bell, Scott Spencer Storch, Timothy Z. Mosley Best New Artist 1. Billie Eilish 2. Lizzo 3. Maggie Rogers 4. Sigrid 5. Ava Max 6. Joji 7. Lewi Capaldi 8. Mabel Pop Vocal Album 1. Ariana Grande- Thank U, Next 2. Billie Eilish- When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? 3. Carly Rea Jepsen- Dedicated 4. Jonas Brothers- Happiness Begins 5. MARINA- Love + Fear 6. Pink- Hurts 2B Human Pop Solo Performance 1. Ariana Grande- Thank U, Next 2. Sam Smith- How Do You Sleep? 3. Billie Eilish- Bad Guy 4. Shawn Mendez- If I Can’t Have You 5. Katy Perry- Never Really Over 6.Lizzo- Juice
I don’t see Ariana, Billie and Lizzo all getting into Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Record of the Year. The 1975 only has a chance in Album of the Year and Vampire Weekend ain’t getting shit in the GF!July 21, 2019 at 7:02 am #1202988221
Halsey isn’t touching GF. She would need a record-breaking, mega smash hit with great critic reviews to get into GF, Without Me is kinda forgetful.
Plus, Halsey is kinda irrelevant as an artist. She has a few hits (and some flops) but overall nobody cares what’s she’s up to. She would need more than 2-3 hits to become a respected artist. Even Camila Cabello is more respected and relevant than she is.Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)ParticipantJuly 21, 2019 at 7:37 am #1202988274
Halsey isn’t touching GF. She would need a record-breaking, mega smash hit with great critic reviews to get into GF, Without Me is kinda forgetful. Plus, Halsey is kinda irrelevant as an artist. She has a few hits (and some flops) but overall nobody cares what’s she’s up to. She would need more than 2-3 hits to become a respected artist. Even Camila Cabello is more respected and relevant than she is.
Without Me is a bigger hit than people realize. Also, calling her irrelevant as an artist is kind of unfair. I think that even people who dislike/hate Halsey would agree that she is a huge star in the industry at this point in time.July 21, 2019 at 9:58 am #1202988379
“Without Me” doesn’t really feel like a GF contender, but it’s probably more likely in Song than Record.July 21, 2019 at 10:04 am #1202988383
I’m not the biggest Halsey fan, but “Without Me” is a great record. Lyrically it’s catchy & has a relatable subject matter. A SOTY nomination isn’t too far fetched and would be deserving.
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