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    Roger Federer
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    Name another album, by a female rapper, that has every single song on said album certified Gold or higher by the RIAA and had 2 #1 singles…. I’ll wait

    See, i respect her chart success. But her album was worst of all the nominess that year….

     

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    Get real!  Cardi B’s album is NOT the worst of all the Best Rap Album nominees that year.  It’s rather obvious you haven’t heard all of the nominated albums.  According to your precious Metacritic, which y’all believe is the end-all-be-all, Invasion of Privacy received an 84.  That’s universal acclaim.

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    How could I forget this one: “Who Let the Dogs Out” stupidly winning Best Dance Recording over Moby’s exquisite “Natural Blues”.

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    TLC winning Best R&B Album for FanMail over Whitney Houston’s My Love Is Your Love. Hojes Honestly, any other album in that category would have been a better winner.

    TLC’s FanMail only had 2 good songs and that was No Scrubs and Unpretty. The rest of the album was trash.

    HUH ?? TLC had the better album plus it was their return to music with a futuristic approach and a evolved way how they did R&B. No one was touching them when it came to Grammy season in the R&B categories . Besides Whitney winning Best Female R&B Vocal Performance was good enough .

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    I don’t understand how Sade didn’t get AOTY nominations with Love Deluxe or Lovers Rock.

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    Here’s one: “Please Read the Letter” winning ROTY over “Viva La Vida” and “Paper Planes”. How some random song from veteran artists beat TWO iconic, decade-defining masterpieces is simply baffling to me.

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    Yeah, Viva La Vida should have won ROTY. But at least it deservedly won SOTY.

    “Run-Around” by Blues Traveler winning Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group in 1996. U2 or Dave Matthews Band should have won.

    Nah, Run-Around deserved the win. The harmonica solo alone was awards worthy.

     

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    This isn’t about bad Grammy decisions, but I was looking at the Rock Group/Duo noms and how the hell did The Chain get nominated in 1998? It was a single off of Rumours, which was released 2 decades prior.

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    This isn’t about bad Grammy decisions, but I was looking at the Rock Group/Duo noms and how the hell did The Chain get nominated in 1998? It was a single off of Rumours, which was released 2 decades prior.

    Most likely a live or re-recorded version.

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    Melodrama not winning BPVA and not even being nominated. Also losing AOTY

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    “Lust for Life” not getting in Album of the Year…

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    “Lust for Life” not getting in Album of the Year…

    I’m a Lana fan and ehhh that didn’t deserve honestly .. NFR definitely was the perfect album for that category. She should’ve got a nomination for ULTRAVIOLENCE tho!

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    I saw a couple of mentions of the Dave Matthews Band earlier in this thread, and it reminded me of this: How is it possible that “Don’t Drink the Water” — their best song IMO — didn’t get ANY nominations in 1999??

    It at least deserved to get into Best Rock Song, and I would’ve been satisfied with just a nomination there (since competition was stiff with “Uninvited,” “Celebrity Skin,” “Closing Time,” and “Bitter Sweet Symphony”).

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    2013: Frank Ocean’s “Channel Orange” losing Album of the Year to Mumford & Sons’ “Babel“. Also him losing Best New Artist to Fun.

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    I’ve never understood why “Jump, Jive an’ Wail” beat out “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” and “Iris” for Pop Duo/Group performance in 1998.

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    Melodrama not winning BPVA and not even being nominated. Also losing AOTY

    AOTY was its only nomination. It was NEVER winning AOTY no matter how hard and how long critics and stans will try to convince themselves otherwise.

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