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    AwardsBait3818
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    “Thot Shit” for Best Music Video! Please!

    TS

    I think the category is heading for one curveball nomination, so might as well hopedict what might be the best video of the year!

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    HDD has a history of misleading us before nominations are announced. Remember the whole Maggie Rogers thing? I don’t trust them anymore.

    no i don’t, please explain

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    AwardsBait3818
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    no i don’t, please explain

    From HitsDailyDouble on November 19th, 2019:

    “ Who could be the Brandi Carlile of this year’s Grammys? Quite a few insiders are betting on Maggie Rogers as a deserving wildcard.

    The scuttlebutt among Grammy watchers is that the Secret Nominating Committee may be about to reward Rogers when noms come out Wednesday, and that she could be in the mix for more than Best New Artist. Rogers has won plaudits for her Capitol album Heard It in a Past Life as well as for single “Light On,” a love letter to her fans.

    Assuming the murmurs about her are true, could Rogers go all the way? Stay tuned.“

    Many people added her to Album of the Year and Song of the Year after this article, but she only received a Best New Artist nomination.

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    Not to defend HDD, but they did predict Jay Z-mania in 2018. They’re hit or miss for sure though.

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    “Thot Shit” for Best Music Video! Please!

    TS

    “Thot Shit” might be more likely to get in than “Lumberjack” imo.

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    Depending on what the final lineup looks like, the Foo Fighters could be the benefactors of where older voters go (ugh, that sentence pains me, I’ve been on GD.com for 17 years.) Plus, their induction into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame will be airing right at the time nominations are announced & voting begins. That’s exactly where Grammy veterans’ eyes will be.

    Dave Growl’s book + Rock Hall Concert… that’s huge visibility at the right time

    Following up on this, the Rock Hall Induction Ceremony premieres on HBO November 20th, 3 days before Grammy nominations. If Foo Fighters sneak into AOTY, their induction segment will be massive visibility at the right time

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    rue
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    Using this time to once again highlight Heard It In A Past Life as one of the worst AOTY snubs that year❤️

    In all seriousness, I would love for her to surprise in SOTY with James but it’s quite a longshot.

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    question: am I crazy for thinking Wild Side can make it into Best Music Video? Maybe the EMAs mean nothing but it got nominated there

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    question: am I crazy for thinking Wild Side can make it into Best Music Video? Maybe the EMAs mean nothing but it got nominated there

    The Grammys are so unpredictable in that category, but considering both Normani and Cardi B have tons of industry support, and that urban leaning songs tend to do well in that category, it’s not a crazy theory . I also just did some research and a lot of Best Music Video nominees tend to get nominated at the UK music Video Awards, and Wild Side is currently nominated for one. I didn’t see many EMA nominees who also got the Grammy nom but the ones I did see tend to have won the Grammy. So the odds are in Wild Side’s favor.

    Grammys FYC:

    Normani ft Cardi B - Wild Side (ROTY, Best Music Video, R&B Song/Performance)

    Jazmine Sullivan - Heaux Tales(R&B Album)

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    They should’ve submitted a Love For Sale song to Best Arrangement, Instrumental and Vocals just for the hell of it

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    The Grammys are so unpredictable in that category, but considering both Normani and Cardi B have tons of industry support, and that urban leaning songs tend to do well in that category, it’s not a crazy theory . I also just did some research and a lot of Best Music Video nominees tend to get nominated at the UK music Video Awards, and Wild Side is currently nominated for one. I didn’t see many EMA nominees who also got the Grammy nom but the ones I did see tend to have won the Grammy. So the odds are in Wild Side’s favor.

    it’s an interesting possibility. and oddly enough Wild Side might have a better chance there than the R&B categories.

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    To be honest, I feel like Bieber is underestimated. Something is telling me he’ll get anywhere from 4-6 nominations this year.

    Also very, VERY well aware that other award shows don’t determine the outcome of the Grammy’s in the slightest but he’s been the most nominated at multiple award shows this year, just food for thought.

    If I had to take a guess I think Billie will lead the nominations followed by Olivia, Justin, and Lil Nas X.

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    To be honest, I feel like Bieber is underestimated. Something is telling me he’ll get anywhere from 4-6 nominations this year. Also very, VERY well aware that other award shows don’t determine the outcome of the Grammy’s in the slightest but he’s been the most nominated at multiple award shows this year, just food for thought. If I had to take a guess I think Billie will lead the nominations followed by Olivia, Justin, and Lil Nas X.

    Would you imagine Justice happening in Album Of The Year?

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    To be honest, I feel like Bieber is underestimated. Something is telling me he’ll get anywhere from 4-6 nominations this year.

    Also very, VERY well aware that other award shows don’t determine the outcome of the Grammy’s in the slightest but he’s been the most nominated at multiple award shows this year, just food for thought.

    If I had to take a guess I think Billie will lead the nominations followed by Olivia, Justin, and Lil Nas X.

    I think the best outcome for nominations would be him getting 3/3 in the pop categories, and a ROTY and SOTY nomination as well

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    I think Justin will get into Pop Album, Pop Duo and ROTY (maybe SOTY too). What will his Pop Solo submission be? Ghost? Maybe that one too, but the category is crowded with bigger songs.

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