January 11, 2020 at 3:37 pm #1203275790
Am I the only who feels it’d be a tad better had Lemonade won AOTY over 25? (I even rooted for “Formation” over “Hello,” but I’m cool either way.)January 11, 2020 at 3:37 pm #1203275792
Janet Jackson should have been nominated and won Album of the Year for Rhythm Nation in 1990.
Waiting to Exhale soundtrack should have been nominated and won R&B Album in 1997
The Pointer Sisters should have been nominated for Pop Duo or Group for Freedom in 1986
The Pointer Sisters should have been nominated for R&B Duo or Group in 1985 for Automatic or Neutron Dance
Whitney Houston should have been nominated for Million Dollar Bill in R&B Female in 2010
Stephanie Mills should have been nominated for R&B Female for the following:
1986 – I Have Learned To Respect The Power of Love
1987 – I Feel Good All Over
1988 – If I Were Your Woman
1989 – Something In The Way You Make Me Feel
1990 – Comfort of a Man
Karyn White should have been nominated for R&B Female in 1989 for Superwoman and in 1992 for RomanticJanuary 12, 2020 at 2:56 am #1203276300
Sia’s “Chandelier” losing to Pharrell’s “Happy”. HUGE disappointment.
Lily Allen’s “Alright, Still” not nominated in Best Alternative Music Album and Bjork losing far too many times.January 18, 2020 at 7:35 pm #1203291428
Janet Jackson was deserving of a Pop Female nomination for Love Will Never Do With You at the 1992 Grammy AwardsJanuary 18, 2020 at 7:55 pm #1203291446
Also, Janet Jackson should have received Album of The Year nominations for Janet in 1994 and Rhythm Nation in 1990.
Also, I wonder where Velvet Rope was submitted in 1998. Was it submitted to R&B Album?
Also, I wonder if Got Til It’s Gone was submitted to R&B Female.January 18, 2020 at 8:00 pm #1203291450
Not Shocking ones but Control deserved AOTY.
Brandy should’ve won Best Contemporary R&B Album with Full Moon
Janet should’ve gotten AOTY for The Velvet Rope.
Sade should’ve made it to AOTY with Love Deluxe or Lovers Rock.January 18, 2020 at 10:32 pm #1203291643
The fact that SZA or Khalid lost BNA to someone who is no longer a factor in music at all…
The fact that CTRL was absent in AOTY
THE FACT THAT SZA HAS LOST EVERY GRAMMY THAT SHE HAS BEEN NOMINATED FOR!
the only exception being shallow winning song written for visual media!
btw Stan SZA, a Grammy, Golden Globe, and Oscar nominated artist🤩January 18, 2020 at 10:35 pm #1203291657
Honey, Tweet should’ve been nominated in the following categories:
2003 – Best New Artist
2003 – Best R&B Duo/Group With Vocals – “Oops (Oh My)”
2003 – Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance – “Smoking Cigarettes”
2003 – Best R&B Song – “Oops (Oh My)”
2003 – Best Contemporary R&B Album – Southern Hummingbird
2006 – Best Urban/Alternative Performance – “Turn Da Lights Off”
2016 – Best R&B Performance – “Won’t Hurt Me”
2017 – Best R&B Album – CharleneJanuary 19, 2020 at 1:16 am #1203291930
In addition to ones listed. 😃
Eminem’s The Marshall Mathers LP in AOTY
Beatles’ Abbey Road (AOTY)
Backstreet Boys – I Want It That Way ( Pop duo) *DUE*
Camila Cabello – Camila (Pop Vocal)
Camila Cabello – Havana (Pop Solo)
Michael Jackson – Beat It/Billie Jean (SOTY)January 19, 2020 at 4:21 pm #1203292993
Britney shouldve gotten a Pop Vocal nom for ITZ .
Blackout would’ve probably been categorized as a dance/electronic album as well.January 19, 2020 at 6:51 pm #1203293527
There are so many. Where do I begin? *sighs*
Acronym Key: FPVP = Pop Female Vocal Performance, PVA = Pop Vocal Album, PCWV = Pop Collaboration with Vocals, AOTY = Album of the Year, RBA = R&B Album, FRBVP = Female R&B Vocal Performance, CRBA = Contemporary R&B Album, RBP= R&B Performance, TRBP = Traditional R&B Performance, UCA = Urban Contemporary Album
1992: Vanessa Williams should’ve won FPVP for “Save the Best For Last.”
1996: Mariah should’ve won PVA for Daydream and PCWV for “One Sweet Day” with Boyz II Men.
1997: Waiting to Exhale should’ve won AOTY and been nominated for RA, with the latter award going to Whitney, since she led the soundtrack; Toni Braxton and Tony Rich should’ve switched album categories for Secrets and Words, with Toni winning.
1998: The Preacher’s Wife soundtrack should’ve gotten nominated for and won CRBGA; Mariah Carey should’ve won FRBVP for “Honey” instead of Erykah Badu.
1999: Deborah Cox should’ve gotten nominated for and won RFVP for “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here.”
2002: Janet should’ve won PVA for All For You.
2003: Brandy should’ve won CRBA for Full Moon.
2004/2007: Xtina should’ve won PVA for Stripped and Back to Basics.
2009: Eric Benet should’ve won RBA for Love & Life.
2011: Monica should’ve won FRBVP for “Everything to Me” instead of Fantasia.
2014: Ariana’s PVA nod for Yours Truly instead of Lana Del Rey; Tamar Braxton should’ve won RBP for “Love & War.”
2018: SZA for BNA, RBP, and UCA; Tamar for TRBP and RBA for”Blind,” and the Bluebird of Happiness album, winning for the former; Ledisi should’ve won RBA for Let Love Rule.
2o20: Mariah for RBA for Caution and Fantasia for TRBP for “Enough” (though there’s speculation she didn’t submit).
Who am I? You'll find out soon. Ciao, for now!January 19, 2020 at 10:26 pm #1203294283
In addition to ones listed. 😃 Eminem’s The Marshall Mathers LP in AOTY Beatles’ Abbey Road (AOTY) Backstreet Boys – I Want It That Way ( Pop duo) *DUE* Camila Cabello – Camila (Pop Vocal) Camila Cabello – Havana (Pop Solo) Michael Jackson – Beat It/Billie Jean (SOTY)
This is Grammy snubs! Not Grammys that you think your favorite artists should have won so you can leave Camila out it that thx!
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