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2021 GRAMMY Pop Field Predictions (Part 6)

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    I still don’t see Chromatica and folklore as locks. I think something “shocking” could happen and 1 of them misses.

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    I still don’t see Chromatica and folklore as locks. I think something “shocking” could happen and 1 of them misses.

    nah that would happen among Dula, Harry and Post

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    I still don’t see Chromatica and folklore as locks. I think something “shocking” could happen and 1 of them misses.

    They’re not 100% locks but they’re more likely for nomination than Abel/Harry/post/dua

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    Y’all really think they’ll let After Hours miss in this political climate? Not saying it’s not deserving whatsoever, but if he doesn’t get in that it’s gonna put so many people off. He’s definitely the front runner and with blinding lights performance and the album being amazing and selling well it is my front runner. Second is Post (for nominations) he is in no way missing this with the biggest album that also has one insane mega hit. Arguably he’s gonna miss out on either this or AOTY but definitely getting in one. Taylor is also getting in, even in her more “hated” eras she managed to get a nom in here and folklore is way more acclaimed. Lady Gaga is getting in because of her name and literally nothing else. Lastly Dua and Harry will be for the last spot and I would not be surprised if Harry missed noms altogether because he seems to be getting over estimated in all American shows but the same goes for Dua. She’s getting snubbed right up there w him, so I’m not sure who’s getting the last spot. Then wins are a completely different order for me (After Hours would still be the front runner).

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    rue
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    Y’all really think they’ll let After Hours miss in this political climate? 

    I agree that After Hours is in  but it’s not like a committee is there to ensure that hes nommed. No one would be specifically “letting” him miss. A lot of voters could potentially not vote for him since he’s the ‘frontrunner’ (ie. Ed Sheeran, Perfect).

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    That's Where I Am by Maggie Rogers - Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Music Video, Best Country Song, Best Melodic Rap Performance, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best Country Solo Performance, Best Rap Solo Performance, Best Metal Performance, Best Rock Song, Best American Roots Performance

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    I agree that After Hours is in but it’s not like a committee is there to ensure that hes nommed. No one would be specifically “letting” him miss. A lot of voters could potentially not vote for him since he’s the ‘frontrunner’ (ie. Ed Sheeran, Perfect).

    No, I meant the voters themselves will definitely give him votes. But it’s also just my guess.

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    No, I meant the voters themselves will definitely give him votes. But it’s also just my guess.

    Again, completely agree he’s in, I just guess the language was a little confusing. No worries at all.

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    Again, completely agree he’s in, I just guess the language was a little confusing. No worries at all.

    oh ya I definitely understood what you meant! Just thought I’d clarify. I just feel like the voters themselves could definitely be affected by the political climate and even ones who wouldn’t usually go for him, would this time. I’m just guessing though many of the voters may be racist for all I know. But ya either way I don’t see him missing.

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