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    What Janet’s singles should have been nominated for a Grammy and in which category(s)?

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    “Rhythm Nation”, “Together Again”, “That’s the Way Love Goes”, or “Again” in ROTY/SOTY

    “Love Will Never Do (Without You)”, “Escapade”, “When I Think of You”, “The Pleasure Principle” in Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

    “Any Time, Any Place”, “Let’s Wait Awhile”in Best Female R&B Vocal Performance/Song

    “No Sleeep” in Best R&B Performance/Song

    “If” in Best Female Rock Vocal Performance

    “Got ‘Til It’s Gone” in Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals

    “So Excited” in Best Rap/Sung Collaboration

    “Feedback” in Best Dance Recording

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    I think she should have nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for:

    Together Again, Every Time and Runaway

    Best Dance Recording for All Nite (Don’t Stop)

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    Honey, they shaded Ms. Jackson:

    1987: Record of the Year – “Nasty”
    1987: Song of the Year – “When I Think of You”
    1987: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “When I Think of You”
    1988: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Let’s Wait Awhile”
    1988: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance – “The Pleasure Principle”
    1988: Best R&B Song – “Control”
    1990: Record of the Year – “Miss You Much”
    1990: Song of the Year – “Rhythm Nation”
    1990: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Rhythm Nation”
    1991: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Escapade”
    1992: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance – “Love Will Never Do (Without You)”
    1992: Best R&B Song – “Love Will Never Do (Without You)”
    1994: Record of the Year – “That’s the Way Love Goes”
    1994: Song of the Year – “That’s the Way Love Goes”
    1994: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “If”
    1994: Best Song Written for Visual Media – “Again”
    1995: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance – “Anytime, Any Place”
    1995: Best R&B Song – “Anytime, Any Place”
    1996: Record of the Year: “Scream” (with Michael Jackson)
    1996: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Runaway”
    1997: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Twenty Foreplay”
    1998: Best R&B Performance By a Duo or Group with Vocal – “Got ’til It’s Gone” (feat. Q-Tip & Joni Mitchell)
    1998: Best R&B Song – “Got ’til It’s Gone”
    1999: Best Dance Recording – “Together Again”
    1999: Best R&B Song – “I Get Lonely”
    2001: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Doesn’t Really Matter”
    2001: Best Song Written for Visual Media – “Doesn’t Really Matter”
    2002: Record of the Year – “All for You”
    2002: Song of the Year – “Someone to Call My Lover”
    2005: Best Dance Recording – “All Nite (Don’t Stop)”
    2007: Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals – “Call on Me” (with Nelly)
    2007: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration – “So Excited” (feat. Khia)
    2009: Best Dance Recording – “Feedback”
    2011: Best Song Written for Visual Media – “Nothing”
    2017: Best Pop Solo Performance – “Dammn Baby”
    2017: Best R&B Performance – “No Sleeep” (feat. J. Cole)
    2017: Best R&B Song – “No Sleeep”
    2019: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance – “Made for Now” (with Daddy Yankee)

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    Honey, they shaded Ms. Jackson:

    1987: Record of the Year – “Nasty”
    1987: Song of the Year – “When I Think of You”
    1987: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “When I Think of You”
    1988: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Let’s Wait Awhile”
    1988: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance – “The Pleasure Principle”
    1990: Record of the Year – “Miss You Much”
    1990: Song of the Year – “Rhythm Nation”
    1990: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Rhythm Nation”
    1991: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Escapade”
    1992: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance – “Love Will Never Do (Without You)”
    1994: Record of the Year – “That’s the Way Love Goes”
    1994: Song of the Year – “That’s the Way Love Goes”
    1994: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “If”
    1994: Best Song Written for Visual Media – “Again”
    1995: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance – “Anytime, Any Place”
    1996: Record of the Year: “Scream” (with Michael Jackson)
    1996: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Runaway”
    1997: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Twenty Foreplay”
    1999: Best Dance Recording – “Together Again”
    2001: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Doesn’t Really Matter”
    2002: Record of the Year – “All for You”
    2002: Song of the Year – “Someone to Call My Lover”
    2005: Best Dance Recording – “All Nite (Don’t Stop)”
    2007: Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals – “Call on Me” (with Nelly)
    2009: Best Dance Recording – “Feedback”
    2011: Best Song Written for Visual Media – “Nothing”
    2017: Best Pop Solo Performance – “Dammn Baby”
    2017: Best R&B Performance – “No Sleeep” (feat. J. Cole)
    2019: Best Pop Solo Performance – “Made for Now” (with Daddy Yankee)

    I think Love Will Never Do sounds more pop than r&b. I agree with All For You for ROTY.

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    Wait…”All For You” missed ROTY? Without researching I would’ve sworn that was a nominee. It was one of the biggest singles of 2001. Wtf.

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    Honey, damn near all of Janet Jackson’s earlier songs sound either Pop or R&B.  “Love Will Never Do (Without You)” could’ve been submitted in either or.

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    Wait…”All For You” missed ROTY? Without researching I would’ve sworn that was a nominee. It was one of the biggest singles of 2001. Wtf.

    Yes. It was horribly snubbed for ROTY. It only got one nomination for Best Dance Recording and won. All For You was everywhere during 2001 and Janet was even honored by MTV and performed the song.

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    Yes. It was horribly snubbed for ROTY. It only got one nomination for Best Dance Recording and won. All For You was everywhere during 2001 and Janet was even honored by MTV and performed the song.

    That’s some BS. After looking up the nominees, I would swap “Drops of Jupiter” or “Walk On” out with “All For You”. Even “Lady Marmalade” was snubbed in ROTY….

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    That’s some BS. After looking up the nominees, I would swap “Drops of Jupiter” or “Walk On” out with “All For You”. Even “Lady Marmalade” was snubbed in ROTY….

    2001 was a great year for popular music. Even N*Sync’s “Pop” was snubbed for ROTY and Best Dance Recording.

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    “Rhythm Nation”, “Together Again”, “That’s the Way Love Goes”, or “Again” in ROTY/SOTY

    “Love Will Never Do (Without You)”, “Escapade”, “When I Think of You”, “The Pleasure Principle” in Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

    “Any Time, Any Place”, “Let’s Wait Awhile”in Best Female R&B Vocal Performance/Song

    “No Sleeep” in Best R&B Performance/Song

    “If” in Best Female Rock Vocal Performance

    “Got ‘Til It’s Gone” in Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals

    “So Excited” in Best Rap/Sung Collaboration

    “Feedback” in Best Dance Recording

    I remember No Sleeep was submitted to Pop field instead of R&B field.

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    Honey, they shaded Ms. Jackson:

    1987: Record of the Year – “Nasty” 1987: Song of the Year – “When I Think of You” 1987: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “When I Think of You” 1988: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Let’s Wait Awhile” 1988: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance – “The Pleasure Principle” 1988: Best R&B Song – “Control” 1990: Record of the Year – “Miss You Much” 1990: Song of the Year – “Rhythm Nation” 1990: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Rhythm Nation” 1991: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Escapade” 1992: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance – “Love Will Never Do (Without You)” 1992: Best R&B Song – “Love Will Never Do (Without You)” 1994: Record of the Year – “That’s the Way Love Goes” 1994: Song of the Year – “That’s the Way Love Goes” 1994: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “If” 1994: Best Song Written for Visual Media – “Again” 1995: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance – “Anytime, Any Place” 1995: Best R&B Song – “Anytime, Any Place” 1996: Record of the Year: “Scream” (with Michael Jackson) 1996: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Runaway” 1997: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Twenty Foreplay” 1998: Best R&B Performance By a Duo or Group with Vocal – “Got ’til It’s Gone” (feat. Q-Tip & Joni Mitchell) 1998: Best R&B Song – “Got ’til It’s Gone” 1999: Best Dance Recording – “Together Again” 1999: Best R&B Song – “I Get Lonely” 2001: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – “Doesn’t Really Matter” 2002: Record of the Year – “All for You” 2002: Song of the Year – “Someone to Call My Lover” 2005: Best Dance Recording – “All Nite (Don’t Stop)” 2007: Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals – “Call on Me” (with Nelly) 2007: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration – “So Excited” (feat. Khia) 2009: Best Dance Recording – “Feedback” 2011: Best Song Written for Visual Media – “Nothing” 2017: Best Pop Solo Performance – “Dammn Baby” 2017: Best R&B Performance – “No Sleeep” (feat. J. Cole) 2017: Best R&B Song – “No Sleeep” 2019: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance – “Made for Now” (with Daddy Yankee)

    I soo agree they did! Miss Janet should’ve got at least one Grammy for her work on “Control”. The fact that Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis won (Grammys ’87) POTY without any of their work winning is shady AF.

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    That’s The Way Love Goes is the biggest snub when it comes to Song and Record.

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    I remember No Sleeep was submitted to Pop field instead of R&B field.

    A mess.

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    I soo agree they did! Miss Janet should’ve got at least one Grammy for her work on “Control”. The fact that Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis won (Grammys 1987) POTY without any of their work winning is shady AF.

    She lost her Best Female R&B Vocal nomination to Anita Baker’s Rapture and lost the Album of the Year.

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