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Best Pop Duo/Group Performance – Who Wins?
J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny & Tainy - Un Dia (One Day)
Justin Bieber Featuring Quavo - Intentions
BTS - Dynamite
Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande - Rain on Me
Taylor Swift Featuring Bon Iver - Exile
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    gold rush
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    It’s not sad if dynamite wins though. Sure, the lyrics don’t make sense but is it hard to take it as the style? Nirvana’s teen spirit had no sense in lyrics as well and it’s still a really good song. The problem with it is the weak beat and backing track which is the strength of ROM for me (aside from the vocals).

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    Congratulations Taylor Swift on 6 Grammy Nominations
    Album of the Year: folklore
    Song of the Year: cardigan
    Pop Solo Performance: cardigan
    Pop Duo/Group Performance: exile feat. Bon Iver
    Pop Vocal Album: folklore
    Song Written for Visual Media: Beautiful Ghosts

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    Brayfers
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    I’m team exile now.

    Letterboxd: Brayfers

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    Some of y’all posters are very weird, and it’s not the BTS fans.

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    salt3degg
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    Ya’ll are rude to people who actually don’t think BTS’s Dynamite was that bad. It’s a little weird reading how negative you all can go.

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    alex
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    after seeing the way rain on me is appearing on so many year end lists i think its the only proper threat to exile. I definitely think its between these two songs. For me exile will remain the frontrunner because it’s the only song that is attached to a project with GF nominations. I know exile isn’t a single but most publications all agree its the highlight off the album and the acclaim and love for it is very strong. As for rain on me, it’s a hit single at the very least; it’s also acclaimed by critics and performed by two pop favourites – gaga and ariana. i don’t see any of the other nominees winning this as much as dynamite is a smash hit i just don’t see it happening with the history of the grammys and it being their first ever nomination.

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    salt3degg
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    Why is almost every account on here so far up Taylor’s behind? I think Gold Derby has been plagued with Swifties because at this point, it’s tiresome.

    Preach. Folklore is probably AOTY, but single her songs out of that album and each will be forgettable. That’s my opinion. Counting on any of the other nominees to win at this point because people just can’t absorb anything that’s not in the Swift alley and it’s weirddddddddddddd.

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    When Taylor won AOTY, the biggest songs on the album lost, but “the smallest songs” won.
    – Fearless won Album of the Year, You Belong With Me lost all categories in which was nominated for, however White Horse won 2 Grammys.
    – 1989 won Album of the Year, Shake It Off and Blank Space lost all categories in which they were nominated for, but Bad Blood video won a Grammy.
    – I believe that if Folklore wins AOTY, it will take Pop Album and Pop Duo/Group by Exile, while “Cardigan” will lose all categories in which it is nominated for.

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    Bad Blood was nominated in this category that year though…and lost.

    I don’t see the point you are trying to make.

    Bad Blood was nominated against one of the biggest songs of the decade that ended up winning later that night Record of the Year.
    Exile is a bait ballad and frontrunner to win this category. Cardigan, on the other hand, I think is vulnerable in the categories in which is nominated.

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    Starting to think an exile win here is inevitable. Also I think year-end charts are pretty irrelevant. Especially when the frontrunner isn’t even a single. It’s rare non-singles top these types of lists.

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    Bad Blood was nominated against one of the biggest songs of the decade that ended up winning later that night Record of the Year. Exile is a bait ballad and frontrunner to win this category. Cardigan, on the other hand, I think is vulnerable in the categories in which is nominated.

    Do you think exile is a stronger song than cardigan? A song the grammy voters will like more for some reason? Or is just that the cardigan competitors are stronger than exile competitors?

    Im geniunely curious, cause ive read many people refer to exile as a “grammy bait” song and ive read cardigan is not as strong. I think i kinda feel the same but im not sure or dont know why.

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    Exile is not stronger than cardigan (which is not strong at all) but is very competitive here because the other frontrunner is not nominated in the gf  (((apart from being a “better” song blah blah blah)))

    Had gaga being nominated on pop solo or ROM roty we would not be having this conversation

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    Lemon
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    Cardigan has more competition in its categories than exile has in this one.

    Exile isn’t even a single, it barely has any promo to its name but it’s managed to squeeze itself into a lot of glowing folklore reviews as the highlight of the album. It has considerable critical acclaim and on the commercial side, it’s about to outstream every song from folklore any day now. It’s a favourite from folklore . Grammy voters loved it enough to nominate it despite it being a non-single and competing against some of the commercial hits. It definitely has better chances than cardigan to snag a Grammy.

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