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    Haven’t seen a thread on this yet, but are there any music videos you can see possibly being nominated for Best Music Video for the 2022 Grammys?

    Some contenders I can see being nominated:

    MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)(Lil Nas X) – this was a huge cultural moment, the video effects are spectacular, a lot of work clearly went into it. Old Town Road got nominated in this category before so I wouldn’t be surprised.

    Kiss Me More(Doja Cat ft. SZA) – the visuals from Doja’s Planet Her era are very creative and appealing, I can see Kiss Me More getting a nomination. Or maybe Need To Know. The video for You Right was my favourite out of all 3, however I doubt it’ll be nominated since The Weeknd announced he’ll never be submitting to the Grammys again.

    Good 4 U(Olivia Rodrigo) – the song is a big hit and the video is high budget, especially the fire scene at the end.

    LUMBERJACK(Tyler, The Creator) – another creative video and Tyler’s album was popular and will most likely score across the board nominations in Rap.

    Leave The Door Open(Silk Sonic) – whilst I personally don’t think this video is anything special, I just can see them nominating it.

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    “Montero” is a no-brainer. I would also expect to see “Good 4 U” and a Billie video.

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    Even without a panel, BMV could still have some lesser known nominees like Goliath this year or Makeba from a few years back. The fact that voters can now only vote in 3 fields makes me think BMV voters will basically only be directors/people who work on videos. I feel like musicians would want to vote strictly in music categories, thus allowing some obscure picks here.

    Providing the plagiarism accusations don’t hurt it, Montero seems like the clear frontrunner right now. Not really sure of any contenders beyond that. I’d be here for a Good 4 U nomination though; Petra Collins makes some amazing videos and is beyond overdue for a BMV nod.

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    Yeah, so far Montero makes the most sense as a frontrunner.

    I’m waiting for the VMA tech noms, but so far I think:
    1. Lil Nas X, “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)”
    2. Olivia Rodrigo, “drivers license”
    3. Skrillex, Starrah & Four Tet, “Butterflies”
    4. FKA TWigs, Headie One, Fred Again.., “Don’t Judge Me”
    5. half alive, “What’s Wrong?”

    Here’s my list of contenders in case anyone needs some picks:
    BEST MUSIC VIDEO contenders
    -Lil Nas X, “Montero (Call Me By Your Name”)
    -Doja Cat feat. The Weeknd, “You Right”
    -Kane Brown, “Worldwide Beautiful”
    -Maren Morris, “Better Than We Found It”
    -FKA Twigs, Headie One, Fred again.., “Don’t Judge Me”
    -slowthai feat. James Blake & Mount Kimble, “feel away”
    -Woodkid, “In Your Likeness”
    -Skrillex, Starrah & Four Tet, “Butterflies”
    -Olivia Rodrigo, “good 4 u”/”drivers license”
    -half alive, “What’s Wrong”
    -Jon Batiste, “FREEDOM”
    -Cardi B, “Up”

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    Leave The Door Open(Silk Sonic) – whilst I personally don’t think this video is anything special, I just can see them nominating it.

    Correct. I could see voters name checking Silk Sonic. Also look out for Leon Bridges’ “Motorbike”. That video was directed by Anderson .Paak.

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    Is WAP eligible?

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    Is WAP eligible?

    Video came out last eligibility period so no

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    Tina is winning Best Music Film. Unless voters go for Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry instead.

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    Tina is winning Best Music Film. Unless voters go for Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry instead.

    Both will have to overcome the slight hurdle of not being eligible.

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    Best Music Video:

    Dua Lipa – Love Again
    Olivia Rodrigo – Good 4 U
    Lil Nas X – Montero
    Tory Lanez f/DaBaby – SKAT
    Ed Sheeran – Bad Habits

    Best Music Film:

    Mary J. Blige – My Life
    Tina Turner – Tina
    Billie Eilish – The World’s A Little Blurry
    Taylor Swift – Folklore: Longpond Sessions

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    “In order to qualify for this category, concert/performance films or music documentaries must be released theatrically or for sale to the public for the first time or first appearing on television or online during the current eligibility year. Dramatic feature films and biopics are not eligible.”

    Tina & Billie’s documentaries certainly aren’t dramatic feature films or biopics. So why wouldn’t they be eligible?

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