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    MG
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    My Grammys 2023 Predictions (August 2022) (Not In Order)

    Album Of The Year

    1. Adele- 30
    2. Beyonce- RENAISSANCE
    3. Kendrick Lamar- Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers
    4. Silk Sonic- An Evening With Silk Sonic
    5. Harry Styles- Harry’s House
    6. Rosalia- MOTOMAMI
    7. Brandi Carlile- In These Silent Days
    8. Lizzo- Special
    9. Bad Bunny- Un Verano Sin Ti
    10.

    Record Of The Year

    1. Adele- Easy On Me
    2. Beyonce- Break My Soul
    3. Kendrick Lamar- N95
    4. Silk Sonic- Smoking Out The Window
    5. Joji- Glimpse Of Us
    6. Harry Styles- As It Was
    7. Lizzo- About Damn Time
    8. Jack Harlow- First Class
    9. Lady Gaga- Hold My Hand
    10. Taylor Swift- All Too Well (10 Minute Version)

    Song Of The Year

    1. Adele- Easy On Me
    Songwriters: Adele Adkins & Greg Kurstin

    2. Beyonce- Break My Soul
    Songwriters: Beyonce, The Dream, BlaqNmilD, Fred McFarlane, Allen George & JAY-Z

    3. Kendrick Lamar- N95
    Songwriters: Kendrick Lamar, Boi-Ida, Sonwave, Jahaan Sweet, Sam Dew & Baby Keem

    4. Silk Sonic- Smoking Out The Window
    Songwriters: Bruno Mars, D’Mile & Anderson Paak.

    5. Joji- Glimpse Of Us
    Songwriters: George Miller, Alexis Kesselman, Connor McDonough Joel Castillo, Riley McDonough

    6. Taylor Swift- All Too Well (10 Minute Version)
    Songwriters: Taylor Swift & Liz Rose

    7. Harry Styles- As It Was
    Songwriters: Harry Styles, Kid Harpoon & Tyler Johnson

    8. Lady Gaga- Hold My Hand
    Songwriters: Lady Gaga & Bloodpop

    9. Lizzo- About Damn Time
    Songwriters: Melissa Jefferson, Ricky Reed, Blake Slatkin, Theron Thomas, Malcom McLaren, JazzyJust, Larry Price & Stephen Hague

    10. Steve Lacy- Bad Habits
    Songwriters: Steve Lacy, Matthew Castellanos, John Kirby, Diana Gordon & Foushee

    Best New Artist

    1. Joji
    2. Remi Wolf
    3. Muni Long
    4. Tate McRea
    5. Blxst
    6. Zach Bryan
    7. Latto
    8.
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    10.

    Pop Vocal Album

    1. Adele- 30
    2. Beyonce- Renaissance
    3. Ed Sheeran- =
    4. Harry Styles- Harry’s House
    5. Lizzo- Special

    Pop Solo Performance

    1. Adele- Easy on Me
    2. Harry Styles- As It Was
    3. Beyonce- Break My Soul
    4. Lizzo- About Damn Time
    5.

    Pop Duo/ Group Performance

    1. Coldplay, BTS- My Universe
    2. Imagine Dragons- Enemy
    3. Florence + The Machine- My Love
    4. Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion- Sweetest Pie
    5.

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    One thing I like about Taylor’s wins is that she’s clearly not heavily favored by the Grammys (at least since the Red Era). Although I admit I’m somewhat conflicted about the 1989 album win. I mean even though I’m swiftie and it pains me to say this, the reasons it beat TPAB are:

    A massive campaign throughout the era.

    As a sort of compensation for the RED snub.

    That the Grammys that year became more receptive to pop music so that the entire main field was won by Pop artists.

    Hi.

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    I don’t know about RHCP possibility, i was more convinced on Foo Fighters or St. Vincent last year and they didn’t made it. I’m a fan of RHCP but rockers pull them into AOTY, that would be the real surprise.

    Also that RHCP album wasn’t very good. Really just tossing their name in if there’s a veteran rock album making the cut. They’re on a massive football stadium tour, so they’re very visible right now. Although in hindsight, it’s probably more likely to be The Arcade Fire (whose album was also sub par.)

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    The Chili Peppers suggestion of the veteran who’s overdue really makes me solidify the Beyoncé prediction. Not only is she due, it’s a commercially viable album at the right time. The strategy puts her out front. If she’s got a Hot 100 Top 10 single when nominating ballots go out, let alone when nominations are out, it’s her race to lose.

    I just can’t see a repeat of Adele receiving ANOTHER AOTY, yelling “Queen Beeeeeee” into the mic again.

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    One thing I like about Taylor’s wins is that she’s clearly not heavily favored by the Grammys (at least since the Red Era). Although I admit I’m somewhat conflicted about the 1989 album win. I mean even though I’m swiftie and it pains me to say this, the reasons it beat TPAB are: A massive campaign throughout the era. As a sort of compensation for the RED snub. That the Grammys that year became more receptive to pop music so that the entire main field was won by Pop artists.

    She definitely shouldn’t have beaten Kendrick for TPAB, and FTBC should have not been blocked and therefore allowing Folklore the win. The reason I can be cool with her three AOTY wins is because I do think they’re all solid albums, she didn’t win for three of her albums in a row, and each of the three albums are quite a bit different than the other two. Not saying Taylor “deserved” any.

    I’m cool with Adele’s win because there’s no point in fighting it. There are many cons for the other contenders, and Adele, her music, her sales, her image remain perfect Grammy bait.

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    So I saw a tweet from one of the Grammy voters (I’ll try to find it if I can) that in order to win or even consider receiving AOTY, an album should have minimum of songwriters/samples/interpolations that were included in the album, which honestly makes me sad because now Beyoncé chances of winning AOTY are now slim. And also according to them, Kendrick won’t win (which sucks) because then it’ll be “too controversial”

    In conclusion, they’re gonna give it to either Adele or Silk Sonic who’s been sweeping in the past ten years

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    If Bey couldn’t win w Lemonade, she’s not even touching close to AOTY w a full dance record especially w more heavy contenders aside from Adele now into play, Silk Sonic & another AOTY overdue veteran, Kendrick

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    So I saw a tweet from one of the Grammy voters (I’ll try to find it if I can) that in order to win or even consider receiving AOTY, an album should have minimum of songwriters/samples/interpolations that were included in the album, which honestly makes me sad because now Beyoncé chances of winning AOTY are now slim. And also according to them, Kendrick won’t win (which sucks) because then it’ll be “too controversial”

    In conclusion, they’re gonna give it to either Adele or Silk Sonic who’s been sweeping in the past ten years

    One voter obviously doesn’t speak for the entirety. With that being said, since GD likes to look at trends, then they should spot one or two in AOTY or general field, in general. I do think those outside voters can have those biases and I wouldn’t be surprised if there are other folks who think like Diane Warren. Sure, Jon Batiste’s win had a lot of people to credit, but he is also a musician that entered about six fields successfully. I do think Renaissance can get a ton of votes from mixers and engineers, but so can Evening With Silk Sonic.

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    Beyoncé has too many biases against her: genre bias, “pop star” bias, subject matter bias, sampling bias, song-writing bias, expletives bias. While the “I want to vote for an ethnic person” voters will be split as well. And who knows if Renaissance will sustain on the charts with no visuals, no performances, no interviews, no traditional ways of promo. And it’s not as if this is a year sans an obvious front-runner. Just don’t see an AOTY win happening. Wouldn’t mind being surprised though.

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    Grammys General Field Predictions 2023

    Album of the Year:
    1. Adele – 30
    2. Silk Sonic – An Evening with Silk Sonic
    3. Beyoncé – Renaissance
    4. Kendrick Lamar – Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers
    5. Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti
    6. Rosalia – MOTOMAMI
    7. Harry Styles – Harry Styles
    8. Ed Sheeran – =
    9. Brandi Carlile – In These Silent Days
    10. Lizzo – Special

    Possibilities:

    1. Taylor Swift – Red (Taylor’s Version) (if eligible)
    2. ABBA – Voyage
    3. Arcade Fire – We
    4. Coldplay – Music of the Spheres
    5. Alison Krauss and Robert Plant – Raise the Roof

    Record of the Year:
    1. Adele – Easy on Me
    2. Beyoncé – Break My Soul
    3. Kendrick Lamar – N95
    4. Harry Styles – As It Was
    5. Lizzo – About Damn Time
    6. Lady Gaga – Hold My Hand
    7. Taylor Swift – All Too Well (10 Minute Version)
    8. Jack Harlow – First Class
    9. Imagine Dragons & JID – Enemy
    10. Silk Sonic – Smoking Out The Window

    Possibilities:

    1. Billie Eilish – TV
    2. Steve Lacy – Bad Habit
    3. Ed Sheeran – Shivers
    4. Joji – Glimpse of Us
    5. Bad Bunny & Chencho Corleone – Me Porto Bonito
    6. Latto – Big Energy

    Song of the Year:
    1. Adele – Easy on Me
    2. Beyoncé – Break My Soul
    3. Kendrick Lamar – N95
    4. Harry Styles – As It Was
    5. Lizzo – About Damn Time
    6.  Taylor Swift – All Too Well (10 Minute Version)
    7. Joji – Glimpse of Us
    8. Silk Sonic – Smoking Out the Window
    9. Brandi Carlile – Broken Horses
    10. Billie Eilish – TV

    Possibilities:

    1. Em Beihold – Numb Little Bug
    2. Gayle – abcdefu
    3. Steve Lacy – Bad Habit
    4. Ed Sheeran – Shivers
    5. Dove Cameron – Boyfriend

    Best New Artist:
    1. Latto
    2. Zach Bryan
    3. Black Country, New Road
    4. Wet Leg
    5. Anitta
    6. Muni Long
    7. Blxst
    8. Em Beihold
    9. Gayle
    10. Dove Cameron

    Possibilities:

    1. Tate McRae
    2. Joji (if eligible)
    3. Gracie Abrams
    4. Rina Sawayama
    5. Lauren Spencer-Smith

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    Renaissance is automatically closer to winning AOTY than Lemonade ever was by virtue of it having an actual hit.

    Everything Everywhere All At Once & Renaissance sweep truther

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    Beyoncé has too many biases against her: genre bias, “pop star” bias, subject matter bias, sampling bias, song-writing bias, cussing bias. While the “I want to vote for an ethnic person” voters will be split as well. And who know if Renaissance will sustain on the charts with no visuals, no performances, no traditional ways of promo. Just don’t see an AOTY win happening. Wouldn’t mind being surprised though.

    Yeah I agree with this, plus that Grammy voter is super obsessed with Adele and mentioned that she’ll most definitely gonna win. Sigh

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    “Formation” was an “actual hit,” though. The only reason “Formation” didn’t reach the peak that “Break My Soul” did was because the song was NOT released on streaming services besides Tidal and didn’t have built up airplay before the album release. Two difference circumstances.

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    “Break My Soul” is Beyoncé’s biggest and most Grammy friendly hit in years.

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    And… that was not the point. “Formation” was an actual hit and had won tons of awards leading up to Grammy night, so she was not at a disadvantage of not having an “actual hit.”

    And what makes “Break My Soul” “Grammy-friendly”?

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