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November 25, 2020 at 2:12 am #1203870709
My point exactly. 😭 But I digress. Y’all have a good night or morning or afternoon.November 25, 2020 at 2:11 am #1203870706
The weekend is YUCK !!! he should learn from Taylor Swift to how to be grateful. She was grateful when reputation got 1 nom, she was humble when lover got into SOTY. be a class act, man. There is no difference between him, Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj at this point.
Man…November 25, 2020 at 2:05 am #1203870686
I guess, my opinion is shared with The Grammys. Are you not listening, it’s not the committee. It’s the whole industry. There are 10 000+ voters who felt Justin is more deserving of The Weeknd. It just feels very entitled to call them corrupt when you don’t get nominated, if he was nominated this year he would be so happy and would campaign like crazy and wouldn’t even dare to say one bad thing about them. But then they snub him and they are suddenly corrupt. If any other artist got 0 nominations he wouldn’t say a word for them. That’s what is wrong. He is just like Nicki Minaj, a sore loser.
Great assertion GoldderbyTaylorSwiftStan#63527.November 25, 2020 at 1:59 am #1203870665
I miss the OG posters. This influx of new Taylor stans and their shitty opinions every single Grammy season is sooooooo tiring.November 25, 2020 at 1:57 am #1203870663
The thing is, he isnt defending his art, he’s calling Grammys corrupt without any explanation or proof. That is wrong. Yes, he was heavily predicted but at the end of the day they just felt he didn’t deliver a quality album. Same thing happened to Khalid last year who also had a phenomenal year. Is it okay to question their judgement? Yes Is it okay to feel hurt and snubbed? Yes Is it okay to call them corrupt because they didn’t like your music? No And don’t act like he was that undeniable. No, The Weeknd is your typical male artist. Nothing special about his album, it’s performance was actually quite mediocre. The only bright spot was Blinding Lights but we’ve seen Shape Of You (a bigger song) snubbed. He also didn’t get in Pop Solo so they just forgot about him this year.
Please “Folklore”, save your musical judgement. I could care less what you think about The Weeknd. Most of y’all only seem to like one type of artist anyway.
And I think it’s okay to call a 20 person committee who probably committed the worst Grammy snub of all time, “corrupt”, especially with all those past allegations.November 25, 2020 at 1:48 am #1203870648
You Break your brains to estimate how Chart run, campaign and metacriric scores will affect the AOTY race and we have Jacob Collier with an album that didn’t chart on BB200 and doesn’t even have a metacritic Page getting into AOTY, literally out of nowhere. Billboard hinted it is the first album since 1963 to not appear on Billboard 200, yet get an AOTY nod. 6. Has an album ever been nominated for album of the year without making the Billboard 200 before? Nope — since 1963, when Billboard’s stereo and mono charts merged to form the Top Albums chart (which eventually became the Billboard 200) that has been nominated for album of the year has at least appeared somewhere on the chart before. In fact, the overwhelming majority of nominated titles have made the chart’s top 10 — occasionally peaking lower, but very rarely outside of the top 50. The most notable exceptions there are likely Diana Krall’s When I Look in Your Eyes — a surprise jazz nominee in 2000 that had debuted and peaked at No. 68 on the 200 before its nomination, eventually reaching a new peak of No. 56 following the awards — and H.E.R.’s I Used to Know Her, an EP compilation whose AOTY nod last year was also somewhat unexpected, and which had peaked at No. 86 on the 200.
Um… okay?November 25, 2020 at 1:32 am #1203870632
Billie is so obviously winning this.November 25, 2020 at 1:28 am #1203870626
I mean correct me if I’m but its not like his art broke boundaries and spoke to the Black Lives Matter movement. He has songs about doing coke and eating girls out. AH is doesn’t even show growth from his previous records. However I did enjoy his cute 80s synth inspired bops.
Why does Black art have to be a whole Civil Rights lecture to be considered? Very ignorant judgement here.November 25, 2020 at 1:26 am #1203870616
mic drop I’ve said it ever since the release of folklore that this project felt different. It is what many where waiting for Taylor to blossom to musically. The problem with this forum is that they were clouded by their sheer hate for Taylor and couldn’t get past their own delusion. Taylor has alway and will always be a huge contender when the music is right. And this album is exactly what the Grammy academy likes.
This whole fcking forum is like 98% Taylor Swift stans give me a break lol.November 25, 2020 at 1:21 am #1203870605
He had the success, acclaim, and exposure. One of the biggest songs of all time with a very successful album alongside it.
It only just adds on to a VERY long list of Black artists who continue to get screwed over by the Grammys. But please, continue to just call these artists arrogant and “sore losers” for defending their art.November 25, 2020 at 1:18 am #1203870597
I get the shocks with BL snubs but After Hours having NO nominations makes perfectly sense to me. The era was literally just carried by BL and made no noise out of that + the album underperformed. You’d think he served DAMN/Lemonade level of acclaim and success, the overestimation was too insane.
This is a bunch of bullshit and you know it. Especially since you were hellbent on Post Malone magically sweeping a couple months ago.
Yall’s distaste for an artist can make y’all sound so dumb.