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    Renessaince
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    Taylor really is overdue in SOTY

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    Alltheworldsastage
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    It’s high time Taylor Swift wins at least Song of The Year for her songwriting skills over the last 14 years. It’s a shame that the best songwriter of her generation has still not won the most important Grammy award for Songwriting. Cardigan deserves SOTY.

    It deserves it..but if blank space lost it,will cardigan really be able to win?

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    Miss Americana
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    In regards to ROTY,since most of the songs nominated are big hits, from the YEC of Hot 100 that will be finalised in 2 weeks, which 5-6 commercial choices will make it ?

    1. Blinding Lights
    2. Circles
    3. The Box
    4. Don’t Start Now
    5. Rockstar
    6. Adore You
    7. Life is Good
    8. Say So
    9. The Bones
    10.  Memories
    11.  I Hope
    12.  Whats popping
    13.  Savage
    14. Someone You Loved

    From last years YEC Hot 100 songs the following 6 marked commercial picks were nominated:

    1″Old Town Road” Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus
    2″Sunflower” Post Malone and Swae Lee
    3″Without Me” Halsey
    4 “Bad Guy” Billie Eilish
    5 “Wow” Post Malone
    6 “Happier” Marshmello and Bastille
    7 “7 Rings” Ariana Grande
    8 “Talk” Khalid
    9 “Sicko Mode” Travis Scott
    10 “Sucker” Jonas Brothers
    11 “High Hopes” Panic! at the Disco
    12 “Thank U, Next” Ariana Grande
    13″Truth Hurts” Lizzo

    FYC Grammys 2021

    Folklore, best-selling album of 2020, 8 weeks #1 on BB200

    Nominated for Album Of The Year and Best Pop Vocal Album

    Cardigan, #1 hit single off Folklore

    Nominated for Song Of The Year and Best Pop Solo Performance

    Exile, top10 hit single off Folklore

    Nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

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    abelhours
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    Cardigan deserves SOTY.

    It doesn’t. She should have won SOTY for Blank Space, but Cardigan isn’t worthy. The melody is extremely forgettable. I’ve heard it so many times and still struggle with remembering how it goes. The lyrics are fine, but the cardigan metaphor is too obvious and as far as clothing goes, it doesn’t hold a candle to the scarf in All Too Well.

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    grandeswiftknowles
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    IDK who needs to hear this but if SOTY was based solely off lyrics, H.E.R would win this year.

    ! The claim in this post is disputed

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    From last years YEC Hot 100 songs the following 6 marked commercial picks were nominated:

    1″Old Town Road” Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus
    2″Sunflower” Post Malone and Swae Lee
    3″Without Me” Halsey
    4 “Bad Guy” Billie Eilish
    5 “Wow” Post Malone
    6 “Happier” Marshmello and Bastille
    7 “7 Rings” Ariana Grande
    8 “Talk” Khalid
    9 “Sicko Mode” Travis Scott
    10 “Sucker” Jonas Brothers
    11 “High Hopes” Panic! at the Disco
    12 “Thank U, Next” Ariana Grande
    13″Truth Hurts” Lizzo

    It’s worth noting that Wow and Thank U, Next weren’t submitted. Happier and High Hopes were live versions.

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    The BRP needs to make sure that happens and leave Blinding Lights out of the SOTY category. It’s not like it deserves it.

    Yes because the BRP are definitely going to decide to leave the biggest song of the year that also happens to be by a black artist out of SOTY in a year like this…

    also, even if BL isn’t nominated, SOTY isn’t going to Fiona or Taylor or whoever else you guys want to win. It’s going to Circles or DSN or the next biggest hit on the lineup. Just look at the history of winners in the category.

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    SOTY is not a lifetime achievement award for being a good songwriter. You can’t be “overdue” for a win.

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    grandeswiftknowles
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    And Single Ladies would have never even be nominated but instead it won with 100 writers. This logic does not work.

    I agree? Not sure what this proves. I Can’t Breathe is still the best song lyrically this year by a longshot.

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    Breathe
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    Actually, “Single Ladies” doesn’t have a lot of co-writers, just four writers, including Bey.

    I can’t say the same thing about “That’s What I Like”, this song has 8 songwriters LOL. It’s the SOTY winner with most writers in Grammys history.

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    LawC
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    Actually, “Single Ladies” doesn’t have a lot of co-writers, just four writers, including Bey. I can’t say the same thing about “That’s What I Like”, this song has 8 songwriters LOL. It’s the SOTY winner with most writers in Grammys history.

    Did it use a sample?
    Cause otherwise… 8 songwriters… mess

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    Geoff Andrew
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    And Single Ladies would have never even be nominated but instead it won with 100 writers. This logic does not work.

    The ignorance.

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    Geoff Andrew
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    Can newbie Swifties here be chill like for 2 seconds 🗿🗿🗿

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    ciguanaba
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    Yes because the BRP are definitely going to decide to leave the biggest song of the year that also happens to be by a black artist out of SOTY in a year like this… also, even if BL isn’t nominated, SOTY isn’t going to Fiona or Taylor or whoever else you guys want to win. It’s going to Circles or DSN or the next biggest hit on the lineup. Just look at the history of winners in the category.

    Well I’m allowed to express my opinion, aren’t I? And I’m pretty realistic about Fiona’s chances I’m not saying Shameika would win. I’m just bored with the same song winning both ROTY and SOTY all the time.

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    Breathe
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    Did it use a sample?
    Cause otherwise… 8 songwriters… mess

    Not really

    “That’s What I Like” is a song by American singer-songwriter Bruno Mars from his third studio album, 24K Magic (2016). The song was written by Mars, Philip Lawrence, Christopher Brody Brown, James Fauntleroy, Johnathan Yip, Ray Romulus, Jeremy Reeves, and Ray McCullough II.

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