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    Cameron
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    Best Pop Vocal Album
    “positions” – Ariana Grande
    “Happier Than Ever” – Billie Eilish
    “SOUR” – Olivia Rodrigo
    “PLANET HER” – Doja Cat
    “evermore” – Taylor Swift

    Best Pop Solo
    “positions” – Ariana Grande
    “drivers license” – Olivia Rodrigo
    “Therefore I Am” – Billie Eilish
    “MONTERO(Call Me By My Name)” – Lil Nas X
    “Bad Habits” – Ed Sheeran

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    Evermore isn’t missing BPVA. It’s locked. Unless the year becomes more competitive.

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    Usually only one group/band gets nominated for the BPDG category so I’m not sure who it’s going to be. I’m not sure if Butter will make it. Dynamite was an instant bop but Butter is a growing song. The more you listen to it you like it but not on the first listen. BPDG seems a lot stronger this year than last year.

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    Late July predictions:

    Pop Solo Performance
    1. Drivers License (Olivia Rodrigo)
    2. Therefore I Am (Billie Eilish)
    3. Montero (Call Me By Your Name) (Lil Nas X)
    4. Positions (Ariana Grande)
    5. Bad Habits (Ed Sheeran)

    Alternates: Golden (Harry Styles), Willow (Taylor Swift), Without You (The Kid Laroi), We’re Good (Dua Lipa), Anyone (Justin Bieber)

    Pop Duo/Group Performance
    1. Levitating (Dua Lipa feat. DaBaby)
    2. Peaches (Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Caesar & Giveon)
    3. Kiss Me More (Doja Cat feat. SZA)
    4. Higher Power (Coldplay)
    5. Butter (BTS)

    Alternates: Beautiful Mistakes (Maroon 5 feat. Megan Thee Stallion), Lo Vas a Olvidar (Billie Eilish & Rosalía), Met Him Last Night (Demi Lovato feat. Ariana Grande), Even When/The Best Part (Olivia Rodrigo & Joshua Bassett)

    Pop Album
    1. Sour (Olivia Rodrigo)
    2. Happier Than Ever (Billie Eilish)
    3. Positions (Ariana Grande)
    4. Evermore (Taylor Swift)
    5. Justice (Justin Bieber)

    Alternates: Montero (Lil Nas X), Dancing with the Devil… The Art of Starting Over (Demi Lovato), Planet Her (Doja Cat)

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    M
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    I have a feeling Bieber will make it with whatever he submits in Pop Solo this year. If he could make it with Yummy over Blinding Lights and Circles, he’s not gonna have an issue this year I think.

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    Darren
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    I have a feeling Bieber will make it with whatever he submits in Pop Solo this year. If he could make it with Yummy over Blinding Lights and Circles, he’s not gonna have an issue this year I think.

    He was actively promoting new music during voting for nominations last year, which was likely why he overperformed. Let’s see if that’s the case again before we rush to predict him in every pop category.

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    Jay
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    Evermore could very well miss the nom. I don’t know why you guys think it’s a lock in the Pop Album category. Olivia, Ariana and Billie are the locks.

    And the artist who has had every pop album she released nominated for the category isn’t a lock despite being the 2nd most acclaimed of her career? I think the toss-up for the 5th place is between Justice and Montero, if they don’t end up tying and making a 6-nominee list.

    FYC | 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards:

    Arlo Parks
    - Best New Artist
    - Song Of The Year, Best Rock Song: "Hurt"
    - Best Alternative Music Album: Collapsed In Sunbeams

    Jazmine Sullivan
    - Best R&B Album: Heaux Tales

    Tyler, The Creator
    - Best Rap Album: Call Me If You Get Lost

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    Boz
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    And the artist who has had every pop album she released nominated for the category isn’t a lock despite being the 2nd most acclaimed of her career? I think the toss-up for the 5th place is between Justice and Montero, if they don’t end up tying and making a 6-nominee list.

    Taylor Swift has missed Pop nominations endless times though. Also “every pop album” being 3 albums is not a strong stat, especially considering two of those had bigger hits than Evermore and the other was way more buzzy. Not saying Taylor will miss, but she really isn’t locked.

    FYC - Lil Nas X
    MONTERO - AOTY, Best Pop Vocal Album
    MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name) - ROTY, SOTY, Best Pop Solo Perf., Best Music Video
    INDUSTRY BABY (w/ Jack Harlow) - Best Melodic Rap Perf., Best Rap Song
    ONE OF ME (w/ Elton John) - Best Pop Duo/Group Perf.

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    Darren
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    Also “every pop album” being 3 albums is not a strong stat

    4* but I agree, that doesn’t prove anything.

    I think Taylor will be nominated, but Olivia and Billie are the only artists who I think are 100% locked in for nominations. Taylor, Justin, Doja, Lil Nas, and – to a lesser extent – Ariana, and everyone else in the running are vulnerable. This is a competitive year and 1 or 2 surprise nominees could knock out anybody.

    It does not help Taylor’s case that she has released another album this year and has another on the way later. She’s taking the focus off what is already one of the oldest albums in the running and that could hurt her.

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    Anna Artdeco
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    Eh, Lorde and Lana have a hit or miss history in pop. They can still absolutely happen especially when their albums are so close to the deadline. It’s either them or coldplay being the one wildcard filler nom.

    I think it’s safe to say that Shawn/Miley/Demi are out of the race now.

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    Darren
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    Lorde does not have a “hit or miss” history. She was nominated her first year and then never again besides a committee placement in AOTY.

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    TomJerry
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    Lorde does not have a “hit or miss” history. She was nominated her first year and then never again besides a committee placement in AOTY.

    Well, we were trying to be nice.

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    LMAOO

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    PopGuy
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    Evermore is locked the only people doubting her are the same ones who said Folklore would never be nominated in AOTY. I remember you bitches. I have you written down. You are also the ones who doubted her in 2016! It’s same ole same ole.

    FYC: Grammys 2022

    ALBUM OF THE YEAR
    evermore - Taylor Swift
    SOUR - Olivia Rodrigo
    El Último Tour Del Mundo - Bad Bunny
    Starting Over - Chris Stapleton
    positions - Ariana Grande
    Daddy’s Home - St Vincent

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    Anna Artdeco
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    Lorde does not have a “hit or miss” history. She was nominated her first year and then never again besides a committee placement in AOTY.

    And considering she’s only had two album, that IS a hit and a miss…?

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