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January 2, 2021 at 11:02 am #1203958024
Yeah. It’s clearly an inside joke, but people are mad and I don’t know why.
Also, I think that if they have a problem with it, they should address you on Twitter, not bring this shit to Goldderby.
They think voters read Goldderby and a tweet will impact the voting proccess that ends in 2 days LOL.January 2, 2021 at 10:53 am #1203957994
She’s a troll on Twitter, so what? Why do y’all care so much about what poeple say outside GD?
River, do you know our friend from Twitter who is a Dua stan and talks about the Grammys with us? People thought that I was serious, so I decided to delete it, but I probably have other tweets like that and him too about Folklore and nothing will change.January 2, 2021 at 10:50 am #1203957992
Don’t meant to turn this forum into stan twitter, but that tweet (now deleted) was beyond embarrassing from that user so I posted on here.
I love how you bring something from Twitter like it’s going to have any impact on the Grammys.
My friend (I won’t reveal his user here) is a fan of Dua and always talks to me about the Grammys. He thinks Dua will win and I think Taylor will win and he always tweets things like that about Folklore as a joke and I do the same for FN. It’s funny that you think it will influence something.January 2, 2021 at 10:25 am #1203957956
Meh. That’s because up until 2013 when Sara Bareilles was nominated for AOTY but missed Pop Album, all AOTY nominees tend to make their genre album categories.
I’m talking about the albums that won AOTY and not just the ones that were nominated and lost like Sara Bareilles that you mentioned. In the past 10 years, no AOTY winner without a genre nomination won, I didn’t even check before 2010 because if I do I’ll find more and more AOTY winners with a genre nomination.
In 2010-2020 all AOTY winners had genre nominations and only two lost.
You mentioned it until 2013, because in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 all the winners were nominated and won the genre album category.January 2, 2021 at 9:34 am #1203957892
I checked and in the 2000s there have been 0 albums that won without being at least nominated in their genre category.
Babel by Mumford and Sons and The Suburbs by Arcade Fire were the only 2 albums that won AOTY despite losing their genre categories. Also the artists who won their genre categories were not nominated in AOTY.
Exactly. That is not the only reason, but for me it is another argument as why ”Everyday Life”, ”Black Pumas”, ”Hollywood’s Bleeding”, ”Djesse Vol.3” and ”Women In Music Pt III” have no chance of winning.January 2, 2021 at 9:28 am #1203957886
AOTY winners nominated in genre categories in a Straight Popular vote:
– When We All Fall Asleep… – Nominated in Pop Vocal Album (won)
– 25 – Nominated in Pop Vocal Album (won)
– 1989 – Nominated in Pop Vocal Album (won)
– 21 – Nominated in Pop Vocal Album (won)
– The Suburbs – Nominated in Alternative Music Album (lost)
AOTY winners nominated in genre categories with a Panel:
– Golden Hour – Nominated in Country Album (won)
– 24K Magic – Nominated in R&B Album (won)
– Morning Phase – Nominated in Rock Album (won)
– Random Access Memories – Nominated in Dance/Eletronic Album (won)
– Babel – Nominated in Americana Album (lost)
In recent times there has no been an AOTY winner without a nomination in their genre category regardless of having a panel or being by a straight popular vote even though only 2 of the 10 albums lost (The Suburbs and Babel).January 2, 2021 at 9:08 am #1203957861
Well, we have examples of The Suburbs winning AOTY even when losing Best Alternative Music Album, but is there any album in recent times that won Album of the Year without even being nominated in the genre category? Regardless of the category being popular vote or having a panel?January 1, 2021 at 10:26 am #1203956614
About Positions (Song) in ROTY I find it very difficult to happen, it’s a hit but it doesn’t seem to be a Circles level of hit to get a nomination despite being released in the previous year.
She only got a ROTY nomination with the biggest hit of her career, not even in the Sweetener era with 8 spots she appeared in GF, I think the same will happen with Positions (Album/Era).January 1, 2021 at 10:13 am #1203956599
Positions is a hit, it’s doing well on streams and radio, but we don’t even know if Republic will submit this song for Pop Solo next year.
Everyone here thought they would submit No Tears Left To Cry but they submitted God Is A Woman.
Everyone here thought they would submit Thank U, Next but they submitted 7 Rings.
Like I said, it’s a waste of time to make predictions now (jan 1st), because 34 + 35 can definitely smash throughout the year, making Republic submit this one instead of Positions because it’s going to be the more fresh hit. They can also submit POV if this song becomes a single and it’s successful.January 1, 2021 at 8:41 am #1203956443
Guys I’m so pissed. Every week Evermore is the most downloaded and streamed album of the week in Ireland and still can’t reach #1 on the Official Albums Chart there.
It debuted at #3 and today reached a new peak at #2.
Evermore right now: #1 on itunes and apple music in Ireland.December 31, 2020 at 2:37 pm #1203955451
He’s a 4 time Grammy nominee and is (acc. to wiki) “most closely associated with the progressive rock genre”
He could be a Grammy voter:
Folklore AOTYDecember 31, 2020 at 10:45 am #1203955018
just saw that they mentioned 3 folklore songs in jack antonoff grammy’s producer of the year nomination. august, mirrorball and this is me trying. the most for any album/artist in this years nomination.
everyday i open this blog and i become more hopeful of her taking her 3rd aoty lol
Yes, Jack is nominated for working in 3 folklore songs: August, Mirrorball and This Is Me Trying (He worked in 6 total). He is the only producer nominee with multiple songs on his POTY nomination of an AOTY nominee.
TS has songwriters and producers support.