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    DaBaby
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    Honey, the Grammy Awards are the epitome of white privilege.  As stated before, black artists should no longer submit their work for Grammy consideration.

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    perfume genius deserved alternative album and engineering nomination this year.

    st vincent deserved with strange mercy

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    J.Lo isn’t known for great vocals but there’s no denying the global impact her music.

    “I’m Real (Remix)”, “Ain’t It Funny (Remix)”, & “All I Have” deserved Rap/Sung Collaboration nominations.

    She should’ve also won Dance Recording for “Lets Get Loud” over “Who Let the Dogs Out?”.

    👑Cicely Tyson (1924-2021)
    👑Mary Wilson (1944-2021)

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    James Otto Sweet Heart
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    Alison Krauss only needs five more in order to have more than anyone in Grammy history. (smiles)

    God bless you and Alison always!!!

    Holly (a fan of her since 1994)

    Go here to check out my most favorite singer James Otto!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiU81KIRZ_Q

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    I have a prediction… Beyonce is nominated for 9 awards this cycle, and she is sort of a lock to win Music Film and Music Video… I can see her winning at least one award each at the very LEAST for Black Parade and Savage, bringing her total wins up to 28. Do you think the grammys will give Beyonce awards in order to be like, look were not racist, a black woman won 28 times, with about 22 of those being in R&B and Rap!!….(circkets)

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    I have a prediction… Beyonce is nominated for 9 awards this cycle, and she is sort of a lock to win Music Film and Music Video… I can see her winning at least one award each at the very LEAST for Black Parade and Savage, bringing her total wins up to 28. Do you think the grammys will give Beyonce awards in order to be like, look were not racist, a black woman won 28 times, with about 22 of those being in R&B and Rap!!….(circkets)

     

    I mean if thats the strategy then its stupid, shallow, and ultimately MORE racist than anything.

    Its the same thing Kanye talked about openly. He’s won a bunch of Grammys , but rarely if ever against white competition (his only win against white competition was for best rap album in 2006 when Late Registration beat Eminem’s Encore)

     

    Hell the fact that Eminem had the most Grammy wins in the Best Rap Album category is laughably ridiculous

     

    Truth is there is a STUNNING lack of representation when it comes to black artists winning on the “General” categories over the past decade. Childish Gambino winning Record and Song of the year (becoming the FIRST rapper ever to do so) was a good step in the right direction but hardly indicative of major change when it comes to the attitudes of the grammy committee recognizing Black art.

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    I agree with you Monsoon, J. Lo, if she had the absolute maximum love from the Grammys as conceivable would have been award as thus:

    2000: BNA, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance -(If You Had My Love), Best Dance Recording

    2001: BPVA-(On the 6), Best Dance Recording-(WIN)

    2003: I don’t know what category if would be submitted in, either pop collab or rap/sung, probably pop collab, but Jenny from the Block would have been nominated…

    2012: Either Pop Group/Duo or Dance Recording for “On the Floor”

    2013: Dance Recording for Dance Again

    2015: Personally, and I know I might be biased because I love both of these artists and it’s my favorite song from both… I fully expected a nomination for the Iggy Azalea collab version of “Booty”, (It was a top 20 hit)

    So, if I was the recording academy – 1 win, 9 nominations

     

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    2003: I don’t know what category if would be submitted in, either pop collab or rap/sung, probably pop collab, but Jenny from the Block would have been nominated…

    Jenny would probably be pop, I imagine Ain’t It Funny would’ve been in Rap/Sung instead.

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    Honey, Gucci was with y’all until Cardi B was mentioned.  She totally deserved her Best Rap Album Grammy.

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    Honey, the Grammy Awards believe that rewarding black artists (Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, etc.) with a shitload of Rap and R&B Grammys while paying black artists dust in the General Field (Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year) is NOT racist.  Get real!

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    Cardi B totally deserved her Grammy, and lets hope we will see some POC win in the big 4 in March!

    – Although I am betting on Coldplay taking home AOTY b/c if they didn’t nominate them for anything else, it’s because they want them to win this

    If Megan Thee Stallion loses BNA, I call BS

    H.E.R. or Beyonce for SOTY and Megan/Beyonce or Roddy Ricch for ROTY (although they will probs give it to Dua…)

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    Honey, be prepared for all white General Field winners.  Old white voter dudes will support their own.  YUCK!

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    She should’ve also won Dance Recording for “Lets Get Loud” over “Who Let the Dogs Out?”.

    I know. That song is one of the most iconic dance tracks of its era and it lost to a terrible novelty song. I would have voted for her or Moby.

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    J.Lo isn’t known for great vocals but there’s no denying the global impact her music. “I’m Real (Remix)”, “Ain’t It Funny (Remix)”, & “All I Have” deserved Rap/Sung Collaboration nominations. She should’ve also won Dance Recording for “Lets Get Loud” over “Who Let the Dogs Out?”.

    I think the Grammy’s had a rule about remixed songs not being eligible to be nominated in the 2000’s. If not I’m Real and Ain’t it Funny would have been very competitive. All I Have just lucked out because everyone nominated that year had a huge hit.

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    Honey, remixes were indeed ineligible for Grammy consideration back in the 80’s, 90’s, and early 00’s.

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