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    Continue 🙂

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    SZA is someone I don’t really see getting in the General field this year, but I also know that I underestimated All the Stars a couple years ago so I should never count her out

    “Every time someone tries to win a war before it starts, innocent people die. Every time”

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    SZA is someone I don’t really see getting in the General field this year, but I also know that I underestimated All the Stars a couple years ago so I should never count her out

    That was Kendrick’s impact.

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    I don’t know if Megan will get in any of the major categories, I feel she might dominate more in the Rap field. But who knows, will the Grammys put a female rap album in AOTY. They just did it with Cardi, but her debut was far more impressive than MTS. I would rather see Doja, H.E.R., Kacey Musgraves, Chris Stapleton or Foo Fighters get in over MTS.

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    Montero has fallen to an 85 on Metacritic.

    Below Happier Than Ever’s 86, and 2 higher than Sour’s 83. The “Lil Nas X can win AOTY” talk can finally end now.

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    Entertainment Weekly gave 91 and it’s still not counted on Metacritic so he can get the same average as Billie.

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    I never thought Lil nas could win AOTY, but I definitely think he is in contention. If he could get in for his EP, 7, then he will certainly be in talks.

     

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    Montero has fallen to an 85 on Metacritic. Below Happier Than Ever’s 86, and 2 higher than Sour’s 83. The “Lil Nas X can win AOTY” talk can finally end now.

    The album just needed to be a hit and to be received solidly for him to be a player in AOTY. I don’t see him winning AOTY. But having a slightly higher or lower MC than Billie is not gonna effect anything.

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    The album just needed to be a hit and to be received solidly for him to be a player. I don’t see him winning AOTY. But having slightly higher or lower MC than Billie is not gonna effect anything.

    The album needed overwhelming acclaim.

    If they were going for the hit route, they would go for Olivia, who has the bigger album, pretty acclaimed herself, and a good narrative.

    Without Montero being massively acclaimed, what does it have standing out? Success? Read the above paragraph. His previous Grammy history? Darling Billie is there. The answer is nothing.

    Even had he kept the +90 score, he wasn’t going to win. No even remotely urban artist is going to win AOTY for a very long time. That’s just the way it is. If DARLINGS Bey, Kendrick (including the year where he had the #1 BB200 Year-End album AND most acclaimed) couldn’t win, then no one else stood a chance.

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    Lil Nas X will not win AOTY please. The Grammys love young white female singer-songwriters. It’s gonna be Olivia or Billie.

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    The album needed overwhelming acclaim. If they were going for the hit route, they would go for Olivia, who has the bigger album, pretty acclaimed herself, and a good narrative. Without Montero being massively acclaimed, what does it have standing out? Success? Read the above paragraph. His previous Grammy history? Darling Billie is there. The answer is nothing. Even had he kept the +90 score, he wasn’t going to win. No even remotely urban artist is going to win AOTY for a very long time. That’s just the way it is. If DARLINGS Bey, Kendrick (including the year where he had the #1 BB200 Year-End album AND most acclaimed) couldn’t win, then no one else stood a chance.

    This post is a bit extra, especially considering that no one is saying that Billie and Olivia (and maybe The Foo Fighters) aren’t the front-runners. Just that stuff like “Old Town Road” not winning ROTY or having a slightly higher or lower score than Billie on MC won’t have much impact.

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    That was Kendrick’s impact.

    I completely agree, but I still don’t think I should completely count her out yet

    “Every time someone tries to win a war before it starts, innocent people die. Every time”

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