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    ciguanaba
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    Lol commercial performance has a big influence on the Grammys, way more than critics for example so you should relax And would you mind telling me what are pop lyrics and pop performance, I was really confused by that

    pop lyrics = content

    pop performance = tone, melody, delivery of the lines. It’s typically less aggressive than rock or any other genre.

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    Gucci
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    Honey, stop being pretentious!  “WAP” is totally worthy of a Grammy nomination and win(s).  Some of you girls need to stop thinking that indie/rock and pop is the end-all-be-all.

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    TomJerry
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    I finally put Doja in pop album. If she promotes before the voting deadline it can definitely happen

    Yeah. Her album is too huge to ignore especially this voting period. It seems like she’s about to get another hit. I don’t think they won’t give recognition/snub her album IMO.

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    Alex50967744
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    I finally put Doja in pop album. If she promotes before the voting deadline it can definitely happen

    I can’t predict pop album, I can only predict SOTY, ROTY and AOTYh. Were do you guys predict other categories?

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    Do we know if Leave The Door Open and Skate are submitted to Pop or R&B?

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    Boz
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    Do we know if Leave The Door Open and Skate are submitted to Pop or R&B?

    Not yet. We’ll likely find out in October.

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    Diamond Tier
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    I don’t know how any person can consider WAP a song worthy of a nomination. It’s vile.

    Vile because they rap about sex? Big deal.

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    Diamond Tier
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    Do we know if Leave The Door Open and Skate are submitted to Pop or R&B?

    My prediction:
    LTDO – Traditional R&B/Song
    Skate – R&B Perf (maybe BPDGP)

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    KAZ-2.5
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    I don’t know how any person can consider WAP a song worthy of a nomination. It’s vile.

    It’s just an over the top sex jam. Vile are the rapey, racist lyrics that Billie got crap for mouthing but that Tyler the Creator got away with actually writing and rapping.

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    James Gibson
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    I don’t know how any person can consider WAP a song worthy of a nomination. It’s vile.

    🥱

    FYC: Memoria and House of Gucci for Best Picture

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    Rich Thot
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    I don’t know how any person can consider WAP a song worthy of a nomination. It’s vile.

    If some halfhearted Beyoncé filler “flop” song is winning Grammys and Justin is getting nominations for “Yummy”, it makes sense for “WAP” to be a contender. Imo, there are quite a few better “my pvssy/sex is the best” hip-hop songs over the years. It is basic, but it was fun, from two Grammys winners, and it was genuinely big. It should’ve competed.

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    Red
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    pop lyrics = content pop performance = tone, melody, delivery of the lines. It’s typically less aggressive than rock or any other genre.

    You really took a whole a day to think of an answer 😂 anyway, what’s the difference in content? As far as I know artists write about whatever they want regardless of music genre

    And how is a ”pop performance” less aggressive than one from disco,rnb,jazz,alternative,salsa or any other genre 😂 btw soft rock exists and rock doesn’t need to be aggressive all the time. Melody has nothing to do with performance neither

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    I want to put my Dance/Electronic category predictions out there because I don’t see many others:

    Best Dance Recording

    • The Darkness That You Fear (The Chemical Brothers)
    • Please (Jessie Ware)
    • BED (Joel Corry, RAYE & David Guetta)
    • Don’t Judge Me (FKA twigs, Headie One & Fred again..)
    • Butterflies (Skrillex with Starrah & Four Tet)

    Best Dance/Electronic Album

    • Actual Life (April 14 – December 17 2020) (Fred again..)
    • What’s Your Pleasure? (The Platinum Pleasure Edition) (Jessie Ware)
    • Nurture (Porter Robinson)
    • Isles (Bicep)
    • Times (SG Lewis)
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    alex.g
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    I don’t know how any person can consider WAP a song worthy of a nomination. It’s vile.

    I wouldn’t say WAP was ‘vile’, but there was nothing about it musically for the Grammys voters, no interesting melodies or chord progressions, no interesting bass line and unlike some general field rap nominees/winners like “This is America”, there was no important social/political message.

    Yes it was a huge song and it had some celebrities in the music video, but not submitting was probably the right decision.

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    ELIAS✨
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    I don’t know how any person can consider WAP a song worthy of a nomination. It’s vile.

    lol baby, Anyways…

     

    WAP is that bitch

    2021: Promises ~ Floating Points & Pharaoh Sanders feat. The London Symphony Orchestra
    2020: After Hours ~ The Weeknd
    2019: Titanic Rising ~ Weyes Blood
    2018: Oil of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides ~ SOPHIE
    2017: Melodrama ~ Lorde
    2016: Blonde ~ Frank Ocean
    2015: To Pimp A Butterfly ~ Kendrick Lamar
    2014: To Be Kind ~ Swans
    2013: Random Access Memories ~ Daft Punk
    2012: The Money Store ~ Death Grips
    2011: Helplessness Blues ~ Fleet Foxes
    2010: My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy ~ Kanye West

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