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2023 Grammy’s Song of the Year
Adele - Easy on Me
Beyoncé - Break My Soul
Bonnie Raitt - Just Like That
DJ Khaled Featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend & Fridayy - God
Gayle - ABCDEFU
Harry Styles - As It Was
Kendrick Lamar - The Heart Part 5
Lizzo - About Damn Time
Steve Lacy - Bad Habit
Taylor Swift - All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (The Short Film)

  • Gucci
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    Honey, give it up!  “All Too Well” is NOT happening at the Grammys and Oscars.

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    Crandon
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    just because he once won one award in a minor category doesn’t mean he’ll do it again. and do you really think that he will get roty and soty because his song is a big hit?

    It wasn’t just a big hit. It got 5* reviews from The Guardian and NME when it was released. It references the pandemic so it has cultural relevance. The album it is on was nominated for a Mercury prize. The men who wrote it with Harry just won Songwriters of the Year at the Variety awards.

    It has the same amount of critical acclaim EOM got without the caveat that Adele received, which was that she had much better songs in her repertoire.

    Harry Styles’ new song ‘As It Was’ is a reflective ode to the bittersweet nature of change

    https://amp-theguardian-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/amp.theguardian.com/music/2022/apr/01/harry-styles-as-it-was-review-a-pop-star-in-his-own-sunlit-lane?amp_gsa=1&_js_v=a9&usqp=mq331AQKKAFQArABIIACAw%3D%3D#amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&aoh=16705748713263&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.theguardian.com%2Fmusic%2F2022%2Fapr%2F01%2Fharry-styles-as-it-was-review-a-pop-star-in-his-own-sunlit-lane

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    Crandon
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    I was intrigued when I saw Taylor had submitted Red TV for the Grammys and was actively campaigning for an Oscar but it seems to be working. Music video is definitely hers and chances at a SOTY win are very real.

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    If she wins with a ten minute film starring Sadie Sink she’s set a ridiculous precedent that other artists won’t be able to follow because they’re not worth 500m and their labels won’t fund vanity projects. All the talking and crying takes you completely outside the song. Young Taylor comes across as a petty spoilt brat obsessing endlessly over why the Jake character dropped her hand.

    Next up: a 10 minute version of Style starring a young 18 year old Harry lookalike who leaves 22 year old Taylor in the BVI because she behaved like she does in the ATW film.

     

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    Taylor is really pushing this auteur narrative huh

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    #1. Harry Styles – “As It Was”

    Styles seemed to tap into something both universal and brand-new on Harry’s House — the sound of the world’s biggest male pop star giving an extremely chill discourse on vulnerability.

    “Answer the phone/Harry, you’re no good alone/Why are you sittin’ at home on the floor?/What kind of pills are you on?” he coos wistfully on the album’s inescapable lead single, “As It Was,” a man calling out from the house-pants purgatory of pandemic ennui.

    But there’s a sneaky, unsinkable joy in all that prettily syncopated melancholy: The synths gallop like excitable ponies while his warm-wash vocals swoop and dip, a sweet little slice of life-support disco for the lonely.

    —Leah Greenblatt

    https://ew.com/music/best-songs-of-2022/

     

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    If she wins with a ten minute film starring Sadie Sink she’s set a ridiculous precedent that other artists won’t be able to follow because they’re not worth 500m and their labels won’t fund vanity projects. All the talking and crying takes you completely outside the song. Young Taylor comes across as a petty spoilt brat obsessing endlessly over why the Jake character dropped her hand.

    Next up: a 10 minute version of Style starring a young 18 year old Harry lookalike who leaves 22 year old Taylor in the BVI because she behaved like she does in the ATW film.

    I love when someone tries to be super critical of something and completely misses the point.

    The whole point of the film is that Sadie sink is too young to be involved with a grown man. Of course she’s a brat, she’s 20.

    A lot of people done seem to understand or don’t care to understand that All Too Well was written by a 21 year old. And people like to think when they were 21 they weren’t a damn child.

    I’m 31 now, and the thought of dating a 20 year old seems absolutely exhausting, of course she’s gonna be annoying. She made that music video because that’s what people wanted, it’s the biggest song of her career, the song everyone says is the best she’s ever written, let her celebrate it.

    The man problem of people criticizing her is that it’s all so damn personal.

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    HDD says that Taylor and Bey are the frontrunners along with Adele.

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    HDD says that Taylor and Bey are the frontrunners along with Adele.

    Break My Soul as SOTY is a damn joke lmao. ROTY would make more sense, but it honestly shouldn’t’ve even been nominated for SOTY.

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    ‘The Heart Part 5’ ROTY front-runner and ‘All Too Well (10 minutes)’ SOTY front-runner according to HDD. I can’t stop laughing.

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    basich_john
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    HDD should be correct here.
    beyonce is long overdue for an AOTY and taylor is long overdue for an SOTY (and with all the records shes smashing, all the buzz shes creating, even the grammys has to somewhat feel pressured into voting for her).

    the same way 25 wasnt deserving of winning AOTY over Lemonade, but due to its massive commercial success and record sales, they had do it anyway.

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    Anthagiox
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    HDD should be correct here. beyonce is long overdue for an AOTY and taylor is long overdue for an SOTY (and with all the records shes smashing, all the buzz shes creating, even the grammys has to somewhat feel pressured into voting for her). the same way 25 wasnt deserving of winning AOTY over Lemonade, but due to its massive commercial success and record sales, they had do it anyway.

    The Grammys are not a monolith, there is no “they had to do it”. Adele won because the voters like Adele more than Beyoncé. Easy as that. The voting is not public so no one feels any pressure to vote for people based on popularity or fear of backlash. Fact is, no one is “long overdue” or “owed” any of these awards.

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    Gucci
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    Dream on, delusional Swifties!  Taylor Swift is NOT long overdue for a Song of the Year win.  She deservingly lost to better/stronger competition.

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    P(oweR) Valley
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    HDD should be correct here.
    beyonce is long overdue for an AOTY and taylor is long overdue for an SOTY (and with all the records shes smashing, all the buzz shes creating, even the grammys has to somewhat feel pressured into voting for her).

    the same way 25 wasnt deserving of winning AOTY over Lemonade, but due to its massive commercial success and record sales, they had do it anyway.

    They didn’t “have to do it.” Why did they have to do it? If Lemonade was undeniably better than 25, then that should have been reflected in the Grammy voting. I think there is only a real narrative with Beyoncé in AOTY, but despite Taylor’s constant losses in SOTY, I don’t think there’s a narrative that’s she’s overdue.

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    basich_john
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    Dream on, delusional Swifties! Taylor Swift is NOT long overdue for a Song of the Year win. She deservingly lost to better/stronger competition.

     

    you’re just gonna pretend like ‘cardigan’ losing to ‘i cant breathe’ in 2021 wasnt due to social pressures and trying to act hip? you can make the case for her losing to a stronger competition other times sure but that one was clearly a snub at taylor’s expense. shes owed an soty.

    same answer for @P(oweR) Valley

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    P(oweR) Valley
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    “Cardigan” was never in the running to take Song of the Year. It still had to get passed “Don’t Start Now” and “Everything I Wanted” (the latter won ROTY). Like, be serious.

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