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    There are some artists who did well with Grammy nominations/wins for their debuts and then failed to earn any additional Grammy nominations.

    Macy Gray was nominated for Best New Artist and R&B Female for Do Something in 2000 and then won Pop Female for I Try in 2001. Macy also received Record and Song of the Year nominations for I Try.

    Avril Lavigne received 5 nods in 2003 and 3 in 2004 for her debut.

    Why do you think that these artists were dumped after their debut? Also, can you think of others that suffered the same fate.

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    circa 1993
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    No shade but the artists you mentioned lost relevance. So it makes sense why the GRAMMYs no longer recognized their music.

    A better example would be Erykah Badu. Even when she had noteable Urban AC hits like “Window Seat” & “Honey”, the GRAMMYs still snubbed her in the R&B Field.

    Whitney Houston is another case. After coming back strong with a Platinum album and a lot of buzz, she was ignored for “I Look to You”. Not even a R&B Album nod. Smh.

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    LeAnn Rimes-She won the Best New Artist award in early 1997, she lost the Best Female Country Performance award the following year and was not nominated again for anything until early 2007. Go here for her awards and nominations page.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LeAnn_Rimes#Awards_and_nominations

    God bless you and LeAnn always!!!

    Holly (a day one fan of her)

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

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    Meghab Trainor seemed to be liked enough with SOTY and ROTY noms, and then a BNA nom. And then she got forgotten.

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    Christopher Cross

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    It’s easier to pinpoint artists who were once Grammy favorites but are generally forgotten by voters nowadays, regardless of debut.

    Alicia Keys and Norah Jones definitely come to mind.

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    The 5th Dimension did really well in 1968 then if I am right weren’t nominated again.
    Olivia Newton John
    Joan Osborne
    Alicia Keys

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    The 5th Dimension did really well in 1968 then if I am right weren’t nominated again.
    Olivia Newton John
    Joan Osborne
    Alicia Keys

    If we’re talking about success after debut, Alicia Keys won 5 Grammys for her debut, 4 for her sophomore album, 3 for her third album, and received 2 Grammys for “Empire State of Mind” and a Grammy for Girl on Fire. Her recent Grammy history has been spotty, but she’s definitely not a Joan Osborne.

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    I have to add Paula Cole, Marc Cohn, Jennifer Lopez (she keeps on releasing music but her last nomination was 2001) Brian McKnight.

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    ^JLo was never beloved by the Grammys. She only received 2 Dance Recording nominations.

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    Dan Jo Galicia
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    She was at first. Those nominations were from her debut album.

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    Milli Vanilli.

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    Gucci
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    James Blunt received five Grammy nominations for his debut and was never nominated again:

    Record of the Year
    Song of the Year
    Best New Artist
    Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
    Best Pop Vocal Album

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    Taylor Dayne was nominated for Pop Female for the Tell It To My Heart album and for R&B Female for I’ll Always Love You in 1989. Surprisingly, Taylor was not nominated for Best New Artist.

    Her second album Can’t Fight Fate had the #1 hit Love Will Lead You Back as well as I’ll Be Your Shelter and With Every Beat of My Heart. Surprisingly, Taylor did not get Pop Female for Love Will Lead You Back.

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    James Blunt received five Grammy nominations for his debut and was never nominated again:

    Record of the Year
    Song of the Year
    Best New Artist
    Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
    Best Pop Vocal Album

    And that’s a shame. He has a bunch of incredible songs. I like ‘You’re Beautiful’ but ‘Same Mistake’ and ‘Carry You Home’ are far better.

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