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September 17, 2019 at 9:27 am #1203082329
You’re being racist honey! GET OUT!September 17, 2019 at 9:31 am #1203082340
I know you didn’t. I’m just saying, if those are your only beacons of hope for an AOTY win, you’re probably going to end up disappointed whether ASIB or something else wins.
Well I’ve been disappointed almost every year this decade so it’s nothing new.September 17, 2019 at 9:33 am #1203082345
Sorry but Billie only deserve to win for bad guy, nothing MORE HONEY!September 17, 2019 at 9:52 am #1203082372
September predictions for AOTY:
-When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?(Billie Eilish)
-IGOR(Tyler the Creator)
-Cuz I Love You(Lizzo)
-Heard It In a Past Life(Maggie Rogers)
-Norman Freaking Rockwell(Lana Del Rey)
-Father of the Bride(The Vampire Weekend)
This may be the toughest category in the General Field because of split votes from Alternative, Pop, Rap, etc. Lana and Billie would split Alternative votes while Lizzo and Tyler will split votes with Rap. I don’t even know who will win especially Taylor Swift who’s gunning for her third AOTY, but I don’t see her winning because she has already won AOTY twice. On their other hand, Billie Eilish may get AOTY, but her only problem is that could the Grammy committee block her because of whispering pop factor. Also, she could be the youngest AOTY winner at 18 on Grammy night next year and it won’t likely happen.
Will win: When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go
Should win: Lover(but it could trigger a backlash)
Dark horse: Norman Freaking RockwellSeptember 17, 2019 at 9:55 am #1203082382
I’m just laughing at your predictions? What the hell Lover is doing there! They told me that the Blue Ribbon Panel (the ones who ensure that there is diversity among the nominees) is blocking #Lover from the AOTY category to avoid the risk of a 3rd victory for miss Taylor Swift thereSeptember 17, 2019 at 9:57 am #1203082386
The only locks for me is Thank U, Next, When We All Asleep Where Do We Go, A Star is Born for an Album Of The Year Nomination.September 17, 2019 at 10:20 am #1203082425
OMG, this place is filled with ‘Little Monsters’ and Billie stans! Where is your taste?!September 17, 2019 at 10:41 am #1203082460
A question we’re frequently hearing from all corners of the biz: Who will be the Brandi Carlile of this year’s Grammys, assuming there is one? We’re talking about a wild card—an unexpected (but deserving) recipient of multiple noms whose career gets supercharged by all that love and hardware. (The potential for a showstopping performance on the telecast doesn’t hurt either.)
We’ve come up with a few possible left-field candidates—some of them newcomers and some more established—who might earn a place among the top-tier nominees. We welcome your suggestions as well.
Maggie Rogers: The Capitol singer/songwriter, who won Pharrell Williams’ imprimatur while attending a masterclass at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute, earned strong reviews and buzz for her ambitious full-length Heard It in a Past Life, and her song “Light On” continues to resonate. If enough Grammy voters tune into her wavelength, she could be dangerous in all four top categories.
Rosalía: Swooping in from Spain with a totally fresh fusion of pop, dance and Flamenco, this blazing newcomer (on Columbia) looks like a top contender for BNA; her album El Mal Querer, meanwhile, is ambitious and absorbing. Could one of its tracks (or one of her more recent, pop-skewing singles like her duets with J Balvin and Ozuna) make the ROTY/SOTY cut as well?
Gary Clark, Jr.: A hot guitarist and versatile singer/songwriter with a flair for multiple styles—and an Academy favorite—the Warner Records artist scored a Traditional R&B Performance Grammy in 2014, the same year he got a Rock Song nom. His album This Land is a career milestone, and its title track has a political punch that’s not so very far from Childish Gambino’s ROTY/SOTY winner, “This Is America.”
Tyler Childers: Exploring country and other roots genres from well outside the country mainstream—and produced by kindred spirit Sturgill Simpson, another “Americana” champ beloved by Grammy—RCA’s Kentucky troubadour paints evocative, soulful pictures on sophomore set Country Squire. Could he be a dark horse for BNA, Album and maybe more?September 17, 2019 at 10:45 am #1203082478
Omg WHATS going on here 😬😬
#howrudeofmeSeptember 17, 2019 at 10:48 am #1203082493
Get real! When I Get Home and Homecoming are not getting nominated in AOTY. A Star Is Born may do the same thing like Frozen soundtrack. The only possible AOTY winner is between When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go and Lover.
lover ? No
#howrudeofmeSeptember 17, 2019 at 10:52 am #1203082506
The less everyone here acknowledges Matt/Miguel, the better. He’s a delusional troll with his head all the way up Taylor’s ass, and he hardly, if ever, provides relevant commentary, instead cycling through the same 2-3 incoherent talking points.
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