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November 12, 2019 at 2:32 pm #1203176457
I meant her bringing them up. She trashes on her “haters” at some point in the last three interviews I had seen of her. Like idk why she always brings them up. She’s done this consistently since 2009. It’s her way of victimising herself.
I don’t disagree. The best way to show that you genuinely don’t care about them is to just stop mentioning them at all.November 12, 2019 at 2:29 pm #1203176451
Taylor Swift threatening haters with new music: https://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=318750
If this is true I hope she surprises us by going in a new direction. I’d be very pleased if she fully leans into rock or folk, but it most likely won’t happen.
With Lover having just been released and CATS coming up the thing that makes the most sense imo would be a Christmas album, though I generally doubt anything’s coming outside of those two projects. But I don’t have any unique or insider information.November 2, 2019 at 5:43 pm #1203163468
I think Ariana would’ve been a stronger player in the GF. Thank U, Next would’ve probably gotten ROTY + SOTY noms.
I agree! I was wondering if under these circumstances Ariana would still submit the Sweetener songs in the GF and wait until the following year to submit “tu,n” with the rest of the album, but doing this definitely makes the most sense. It maximizes their chances of winning since the hype is still so present (also, splitting the album into two cycles increases the number of nominations that they can receive). I can imagine that she also would’ve been more competitive in Pop Solo, but Gaga would’ve been able to submit an actual ASIB cut and still win.November 2, 2019 at 8:25 am #1203162971
I agree! This decade could have been all hers to dominate. But I personally don’t think that Tidal was a good business decision on her end. It crippled her legacy somewhat. I mean good on Jay Z for doing his thing and earning that coin, but it compromised Bey’s chart legacy.
Yeah. I remember all the hype that surrounded the “Formation” video but being unable to watch it at first, and surely that was the case for a lot of people. Lemonade was very successful, but I think keeping it from wide release and being accessible for a lot of the general public meant that Beyoncé couldn’t fully capitalize off of all the attention the album was receiving. “Sorry” and “Hold Up” should’ve been streaming hits, and “Formation” could’ve peaked higher.October 26, 2019 at 7:44 am #1203153631
Tame Impala is releasing a new album called The Slow Rush in 2020. Besides Alternative, it might be in contention for Best Recording Package since its cover art is stunning.October 24, 2019 at 3:19 pm #1203151280
Taylor Swift co-wrote a song with Andrew Lloyd Webber called “Beautiful Ghosts” for Cats.October 24, 2019 at 1:58 pm #1203151115
Lizzo just confirmed on Instagram Live that the “Good As Hell“ remix is being released tonight.October 22, 2019 at 4:40 am #1203147265
Being #1 for more weeks doesn’t always mean that one song is a bigger hit than another.October 12, 2019 at 7:11 pm #1203133901
Here’s a question – what will be the way they announce Norman Fucking Rockwell’s nomination on national TV? What’s the censored version of the title they’ll say? Norman Fricking Rockwell? Norman effing Rockwell? Norman Rockwell?
I think it’ll just be Norman Rockwell.October 11, 2019 at 11:56 am #1203132449
If the nominees were the same…
2011: The Suburbs
2013: channel ORANGE
2014: Random Access Memories
2016: To Pimp a Butterfly
2018: Melodrama or DAMN.
2019: Golden Hour or Dirty Computer
I won’t get into nominees but I think that ANTI, A Moon Shaped Pool, Blackstar, or A Seat at the Table would’ve all been far better choices for a nomination in 2017 than Purpose. I also would’ve loved to see Ctrl nominated in 2018 and MBDTF should’ve definitely been in the category in 2012.October 10, 2019 at 3:20 am #1203130438
Taylor Swift will be performing an NPR Tiny Desk Concert.October 6, 2019 at 5:11 pm #1203124649
I think that it’s interesting that the two front runners for Pop Solo (imo), “Truth Hurts” and “Bad Guy,” are both really big crossover hits. The former has done well on R&B and Hip-hop radio and the latter has been successful on Rock and Alternative. It’ll be cool to see how that plays out and how the support from the different genres factors in (assuming they both get nominated, which they will).October 3, 2019 at 7:39 am #1203119032
I doubt that ratings will be a factor in who the nominees are. The producers aren’t the ones who decide the nominations.October 1, 2019 at 5:21 am #1203115536
Coldplay getting into Pop Vocal Album in 2017 for Kaleidoscope EP felt really random to me. “Something Just Like This” was a really big hit, but it was nominated on its own in Pop Duo/Group and I don’t see how it carried the EP itself to a nomination. Especially since Melodrama, which got a nom in AOTY, didn’t get into the 6-album lineup.September 26, 2019 at 3:29 pm #1203106033
Juice is getting paid dust by Lizzo’s label just like the general public it seems.
Lizzo’s submissions aren’t ideal. I think she could’ve been the most nominated person of the night (and she’s still gonna do great nominations-wise) but some of those choices are questionable.