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    V For Vendetta
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    … that Silk Sonic album isn’t coming this eligibility period is it?

    AOTY - Back Of My Mind
    ROTY - Levitating with DaBaby
    SOTY - Levitating with DaBaby
    Best New Artist - Olivia Rodrigo
    BPSP - We're Good
    BPD/GP - Levitating with DaBaby
    Best Song Written For Visual Media - Can They Hear Us
    Best Music Video - Levitating with DaBaby / We're Good / Love Again
    Best Music Film - Studio 2054
    Best Spoken Word Album - The Meaning Of Mariah Carey

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    ˈdī(ə)mənd ˈtir
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    … that Silk Sonic album isn’t coming this eligibility period is it?

    I predict August/September.

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    Agee
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    Get real!  Billie Eilish did NOT push some boundries nor did she deserve to sweep.  BARF!

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    BNA became harder to predict.

    I’m fully expecting a M0rgan W@llen BNA nom now without a panel (BARF!)

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    Honey, getting rid of the blue-ribbon committee was the right thing to do.  The way they set-up another Taylor Swift Album of the Year win (BARF!) was repulsive.  Plus, The Weeknd scandal.  It was NOT serving its purpose.

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    The BRP is one thing. But if they ever got rid of the screening panels, all hell would really break loose. Certain acts would win or receive nominations in Fields/categories where they don’t belong.

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    Rich Thot
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    They shouldn’t have removed the committee. Period. Just because they fucked it up with the The Weeknd debacle doesn’t mean that it was going to happen again (as that kind of snub rarely happened in the history of the Grammys) Now, people like Morgan Wallen have a really chance of getting nominated and the general nominations will be a total mess.

    That’s one of the issues with the Grammys and their voting. They go from one extreme to another. Yes, some of the GF inclusions was odd to say the least and it was not a good look for The Weeknd to not make the GF (never mind Fiona). And the BRP should have never had all that power. But that was not only the BRP’s fault, it was also a very odd year in general and there was lower voter participation. As I’ve said quite a few times, the top 4/5 vote getters should automatically get in while a panel decides who fills the other spaces.

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    Apparently Bo has the first comedy album t10 in 6 years. And the critics loved the special. Emmy/Grammy Winner?

    one of my favorite albums of this year. Comedy and Welcome to the Internet are quality songs

    RIP SOPHIE

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    … that Silk Sonic album isn’t coming this eligibility period is it?

    My Speculations (Could Be Wrong)
    Sometimes, when the strategy/marketing team have concerns about performance of an upcoming album following initial singles, it causes release delays. Remember Someone Like Your and some other 21 tracks were only written and recorded weeks before the album’s release.

    Considering Atlantic initially refused Bruno’s retro-r&b sound in 24k Magic, and from my past little experience as a junior data analyst in a similar workplace, I strongly believe this to be the case with Silk Sonic. While LTDO performed very well on the hot 100, it was not Bruno-level shit. That’s What I Like dethroned Humble with over 640 chart points, including 39m streams, that’s more than 2x LTDO’S peak 301 points and 25m streams. All Bruno’s No1s peaked with 500+ chart points. His last pop song Uptown Funk, which is the biggest hit ever by cumulative chart points (18k+) had weeks of those, including organic 800+ max.

    This don’t seem to be an issue, but to the strategy/marketing specialists behind the success of priority artists, it is a key performance indicator. I believe that it would yield results as this is a sign of dedication to the artist. All of Bruno’s 2nd single before each album reached no 1 and have all been certified diamond, Silk Sonic’s follow-up won’t be the exception.

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    Apparently Bo has the first comedy album t10 in 6 years. And the critics loved the special. Emmy/Grammy Winner?

    I’m guessing the last was the Weird Al album with Handy, Foils and Word Crimes?

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    My Speculations (Could Be Wrong)
    Sometimes, when the strategy/marketing team have concerns about performance of an upcoming album following initial singles, it causes release delays. Remember Someone Like Your and some other 21 tracks were only written and recorded weeks before the album’s release.

    Considering Atlantic initially refused Bruno’s retro-r&b sound in 24k Magic, and from my past little experience as a junior data analyst in a similar workplace, I strongly believe this to be the case with Silk Sonic. While LTDO performed very well on the hot 100, it was not Bruno-level shit. That’s What I Like dethroned Humble with over 640 chart points, including 39m streams, that’s more than 2x LTDO’S peak 301 points and 25m streams. All Bruno’s No1s peaked with 500+ chart points. His last pop song Uptown Funk, which is the biggest hit ever by cumulative chart points (18k+) had weeks of those, including organic 800+ max.

    This don’t seem to be an issue, but to the strategy/marketing specialists behind the success of priority artists, it is a key performance indicator. I believe that it would yield results as this is a sign of dedication to the artist. All of Bruno’s 2nd single before each album reached no 1 and have all been certified diamond, Silk Sonic’s follow-up won’t be the exception.

    Bruno is at a stage in his career where he should be allowed to do whatever he wants to be honest. He has like 7 classic songs, just let the man do a collab project with Paak.

    FYC - Lil Nas X
    MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name) - ROTY, SOTY, Best Pop Solo Perf., Best Music Video
    INDUSTRY BABY - Best Melodic Rap Perf., Best Rap Song
    MONTERO - AOTY, Best Pop Vocal Album

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    My Speculations (Could Be Wrong)
    Sometimes, when the strategy/marketing team have concerns about performance of an upcoming album following initial singles, it causes release delays. Remember Someone Like Your and some other 21 tracks were only written and recorded weeks before the album’s release.

    Considering Atlantic initially refused Bruno’s retro-r&b sound in 24k Magic, and from my past little experience as a junior data analyst in a similar workplace, I strongly believe this to be the case with Silk Sonic. While LTDO performed very well on the hot 100, it was not Bruno-level shit. That’s What I Like dethroned Humble with over 640 chart points, including 39m streams, that’s more than 2x LTDO’S peak 301 points and 25m streams. All Bruno’s No1s peaked with 500+ chart points. His last pop song Uptown Funk, which is the biggest hit ever by cumulative chart points (18k+) had weeks of those, including organic 800+ max.

    This don’t seem to be an issue, but to the strategy/marketing specialists behind the success of priority artists, it is a key performance indicator. I believe that it would yield results as this is a sign of dedication to the artist. All of Bruno’s 2nd single before each album reached no 1 and have all been certified diamond, Silk Sonic’s follow-up won’t be the exception.

    Yes. Possible. I do think there is pressure for Bruno’s singles to perform in a particular standard. But considering this is not his solo work per se. I don’t think they should expect the singles/album to perform exactly the same manner.

    But yeah I agree, they certainly do not want to mismanage it.

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    Honey, getting rid of the blue-ribbon committee was the right thing to do. The way they set-up another Taylor Swift Album of the Year win (BARF!) was repulsive. Plus, The Weeknd scandal. It was NOT serving its purpose.

    Folklore was getting in with or without committee.   There was no set-up, The committee favoured “friends and favoured” artists like Jacob Collier and connected acts(Coldplay and Black Pumas). If you see the AOTY line-up now, you can understand these were the committees driven choices that probably took out other strong contenders spots, but definelty not The Weeknd who didn’t  get into straight vote categories.

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