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  • Mother Dináh
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    H.E.R. is R&B, not Progressive R&B. And Doja submitted Hot Pink in the Pop field last year. Her only R&B submission is probably going to be Streets.

    Also, Best Friend belongs in Rap Performance and SORRY NOT SORRY belongs in Melodic Rap Performance. People have been frequently misplacing these two songs.

    Although only the latter may get a nomination anyways. Unless somehow Saweetie proves to be a force in Best New Artist and gets more than nomination.


    Antony Partcero
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    They might pull an Esperanza Spalding.

    Praying for this.


    Mother Dináh
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    Kid Cudi has been flying very under the radar but he’s been promoting his album all year. It may feel like old news but I think he could still happen in the Rap field. He’s doing a gig with the darlingest darlings for Amazon.


    PopGuy
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    Taylor Swift is no Stevie Wonder LOL

    and ya’ll literally said that Taylor would never win a third because she is no Stevie Wonder or Frank Sinatra. Now look where we are at.

    Meet me at midnight…


    borisy
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    Lol


    flower boy
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    Kendrick Lamar to Headline Day N Vegas Festival 2021 (Friday, November 12)
    “From Section.80 to DAMN.”

    new album probably in 2022

    Kendrick Lamar


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    2021ravenclaw1
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    I am dying for an Adele single or album. Easy predictions and something to listen to. Please Adele make it happen

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


    2021ravenclaw1
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    Does anyone know if “The Prom” is eligible this year in the Visual Media field? I know they changed rules recently so I don’t know where it falls. But if it’s eligible, I think it’s a strong contender

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


    Boz
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    I was thinking who could have the most nominations this year, and a few people came to mind.

    I think H.E.R. is on her way to the most noms. With Back of My Mind, she’s likely getting into AOTY and (Progressive?) R&B Album; Damage could very well get into ROTY, SOTY, R&B Performance, and R&B Song; Fight For You for Best Song Written For Visual Media; Hold On or Fight For You for Best Traditional R&B Performance (she should release the studio version of the Hold On remix with Chris Stapleton); Hold Us Together featuring consistent Christian nominee Tauren Wells for Best Contemporary Christian Song/Performance. All that amounts to nine nominations, and knowing H.E.R. and NARAS, none of those are stretches. And keep in mind I’m leaving out the DJ Khaled/Migos collab for Rap, or the possibility of multiple R&B Song nominations again.

    Silk Sonic will likely get 6-7 nods (GF + R&B Perf, Trad R&B Perf, R&B Song, R&B Album); it’s gonna depend on whether they submit something to R&B Performance, and of course if they actually drop the album.

    I see Olivia Rodrigo getting into all the categories she’s submitting with the exception of maybe Best Music Video. That’d be 6, assuming she doesn’t submit anything to the rock field (even if she does, IDK if they’d care for her, but “Brutal” did get some Alt airplay without even being sent to radio). Stapleton could likely get 6-8 too (AOTY, SOTY, Country Solo, Country Song, Country Album, and maybe two Americana nods if he submits a song there).

    Billie Eilish so far will get 5 noms.

    I have Ariana and Bieber with 3-6, with 2 or 3 in the Pop Field and/or 1-3 General noms.


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    Jay
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    Does anyone have predictions for the dance field as well? It’s not talked about much but it’s usually quite an interesting one every year. Kylie Minogue has been consistently nominated for Dance Recording in the past with 1 win, so I’m expecting to see her getting a nod, maybe for “Say Something”. Her album “Disco” could also be nominated but I’m not counting on it since she’s never received a nod for Dance Album.

    Other than that we could maybe see Sylvan Esso in Dance Album, but because it’s not on the same level as their previous record that did get nominated, I’m unsure about that one too.

    FYC: 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards

    Billie Eilish: Record Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Pop Vocal Album

    Arlo Parks: Best Alternative Music Album

    Jazmine Sullivan: Best R&B Album

    Tyler, The Creator: Best Rap Album


    Boz
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    Does anyone have predictions for the dance field as well? It’s not talked about much but it’s usually quite an interesting one every year. Kylie Minogue has been consistently nominated for Dance Recording in the past with 1 win, so I’m expecting to see her getting a nod, maybe for “Say Something”. Her album “Disco” could also be nominated but I’m not counting on it since she’s never received a nod for Dance Album.

    Other than that we could maybe see Sylvan Esso in Dance Album, but because it’s not on the same level as their previous record that did get nominated, I’m unsure about that one too.

    I feel like dance voters are a little too snobby to nominate Kylie Minogue, assuming she even gets submitted there and not in Pop.

    I could see that Regard/Troye Sivan/Tate McRae collab getting in, it’s proven to be a big hit.


    TomJerry
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    We didn’t talk about it much but what are your predictions for Best Engineered Album and POTY? Those are kinda key for AOTY award.

    Both going to Silk Sonic 😂


    Jay
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    Jack Antonoff is for sure getting in POTY for his work on:
    – Daddy’s Home
    – Evermore
    – Solar Power
    – The new Bleachers album
    – Chemtrails Over The Country Club
    – Sia – Music

    FYC: 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards

    Billie Eilish: Record Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Pop Vocal Album

    Arlo Parks: Best Alternative Music Album

    Jazmine Sullivan: Best R&B Album

    Tyler, The Creator: Best Rap Album

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