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doonerr

This explains Shallow's surge on iTunes :rip: 

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Buzzcutseason

all the brain cells ive lost reading this thread :'(

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Young In Love

this is actually a nice list of winners, i hope the real Grammy winners will be at least half as good as here.

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JonathanLGardner

:jonny2:

I got excited and thought those were the real Grammy results :jonny2:

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supaspaz
5 hours ago, doonerr said:

This explains Shallow's surge on iTunes :rip: 

Haha! Our impact.

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supaspaz

 

ATRL Grammys participants, I expect this is the last time I will bother you this year. Just wanted to let you know that the OP has been updated with a list of the winners and links to the show, in case you had to miss the fun yesterday.

 

Hopefully our unofficial historian @Achilles. will also be able to provide us an update on the overall standings for most ATRL Grammy wins ever. Surely Kacey Musgraves is now climbing the list.

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bestfiction

I wasn't there but the winners are cute! Really

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Mercurio

The winners are great. 

Next years ATRL Grammy definitely needs more hype. 

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47 minutes ago, supaspaz said:

 

ATRL Grammys participants, I expect this is the last time I will bother you this year. Just wanted to let you know that the OP has been updated with a list of the winners and links to the show, in case you had to miss the fun yesterday.

 

Hopefully our unofficial historian @Achilles. will also be able to provide us an update on the overall standings for most ATRL Grammy wins ever. Surely Kacey Musgraves is now climbing the list.

Sad I couldn't participate, but thanks for a great process and even better event! :heart2:

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supaspaz
1 hour ago, Mercurio said:

The winners are great. 

Next years ATRL Grammy definitely needs more hype. 

I tried! I don’t know why they flopped so hard this year. Voting participation was relatively strong.

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Temporal
8 hours ago, doonerr said:

This explains Shallow's surge on iTunes :rip: 

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I'm ready for Achilles tea :keir: 

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Tom Vercetti

Looks like this and the actual Grammys were in sync with AOTY. 

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Achilles.

Here’s the tea!

 

Thanks to her win for “Babe,” Taylor Swift managed to retain sole custody of the top slot on the leaderboard. Runner-up on our cummulative winners list Kendrick Lamar also added one trophy to his collection for an even dozen. 

 

Cardi B added to last year’s Best Rap Performance (“Bodak Yellow”) win with two new accolades for her debut era. Meanwhile, Janelle Monae and Mariah Carey both went from one-time winners to three-time winners this year. Nicki Minaj and Childish Gambino also earned their second trophies this year. 

 

Lady Gaga doubled her number of wins courtesy of “Shallow.” Kacey Musgraves likewise doubled her number of wins and launched into our top 5 overall winners. Her win for Album of the Year is the fifth time one of our general field winners has matched the actual Grammys. A full list can be found below. 

 

Speaking of the general field, Kacey Musgraves and Ariana Grande both joined the list of artists with multiple top category wins. Grande previously won Song of the Year for “Into You,” while Musgraves took home Best New Artist at our inaugural ceremony. Of the six artists with multiple general field wins, Grande is the only one not to have an Album of the Year accolade. See below for the full list.

 

 

ATRL Grammys Cummulative Winners:

Taylor Swift: 13

Kendrick Lamar: 12

Beyoncé: 10

Kacey Musgraves: 8

Rihanna: 8

Ariana Grande: 5

Chance the Rapper: 5

Miranda Lambert: 5

SZA: 5

Carly Rae Jepsen: 4

Lady Gaga: 4

Paramore: 4

Cardi B: 3

David Bowie: 3

Drake: 3

Harry Styles: 3

Janelle Monae: 3

Kanye West: 3

Lorde: 3

Mariah Carey: 3

Sia: 3

The Weeknd: 3

Bradley Cooper: 2

Calvin Harris 2

Childish Gambino: 2

The Dream: 2

Florence + the Machine: 2

Kelly Price: 2

Kirk Franklin: 2

Mitski: 2

Nicki Minaj: 2

Sam Hunt: 2

Sam Smith: 2

Sophie: 2

Travis Scott: 2

 

One Time Winners: 

Alessia Cara

Arctic Monkeys

ASAP Rocky

Bad Bunny

Bjork

The Black Keys

Britney Spears

Carrie Underwood

Charli XCX

Chris Stapleton

Daft Punk

Disclosure

Dixie Chicks

DJ Mustard

DJ Snake

Dua Lipa

Ellie Goulding

FKA Twigs

Foxes

Frank Ocean

Grimes

Hozier

Iggy Azalea

J Balvin

Jack Antonoff

Jay Z

Kenny Chesney

Kesha

Lana Del Rey

Lil Wayne

Little Big Town

Mac Miller

Madonna

Majid Jordan

Major Lazer

Migos

Miguel

Mikky Ekko

Panic! at the Disco

Pharrell

Pink

R Kelly

Robyn

Selena Gomez

Sky Ferreira

St Vincent

Sturgill Simpson

Sugarland

Tinashe

Vampire Weekend

The xx

Zedd

2 Chainz

 

 

A few fun facts:

•Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, and Rihanna all hold the record for most wins in a single night, each with 7 awards.

•Beyoncé is the only main artist to win Album of the Year twice. 

•Taylor Swift is the only artist to take all of the Big Three awards.

•In the first three years, Album of the Year and Record of the Year were won by the same artist (Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, Carly Rae Jepsen).

•All of our Best New Artist winners have won at least one other award, excluding Alessia Cara. 

•Artists with multiple general field wins:

1. Taylor Swift

    - Album of the Year, Red

    - Record of the Year, “I Knew You Were Trouble.”

    - Song of the Year, “Blank Space”

2. Beyoncé

    - Album of the Year, Beyoncé

    - Album of the Year, Lemonade

    - Record of the Year, “Drunk in Love”

3. Carly Rae Jepsen

    - Album of the Year, Emotion

    - Record of the Year, “Run Away With Me”

4. Lorde

    - Album of the Year, Melodrama

    - Song of the Year, “Royals”

5. Kacey Musgraves

    - Album of the Year, Golden Hour

    - Best New Artist

6. Ariana Grande

    - Record of the Year, “No Tears Left to Cry”

    - Song of the Year, “Into You”

 

•To date, five of our general field winners have overlapped with the real Grammys: 

Sam Smith, Best New Artist

Lorde, Song of the Year (“Royals”)

Chance the Rapper, Best New Artist

Alessia Cara, Best New Artist

Kacey Musgraves, Album of the Year (Golden Hour)

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supaspaz
1 hour ago, Achilles. said:

Runner-up on our cummulative winners list Kendrick Lamar also added one trophy to his collection for an even dozen. 

Isn't it crazy how he's second? I know a lot of that is because he sweeps the rap category year after year, but his Song of the Year win last year is still one of the most satisfying surprising we've ever had.

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3 hours ago, Tom Vercetti said:

Looks like this and the actual Grammys were in sync with AOTY. 

So now we've matched Best New Artist three times (sort of), plus Album of the Year and Song of the Year, but never Record of the Year.

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Wonderland

Look at that we nailed AOTY :clap3: 

 

I just knew Kacey would get it deep down. But I kept doubting the possibility. I should've put more weight on her CMA win... I don't think I really considered how big of a deal that was considering she received 0 airplay support from mainstream country. Plus with more nominees it favours smaller genres with a unifed, single entry to pick even moreso than before.

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supaspaz

So who did it better? ATRL Grammys vs. actual Grammys:

 

Album of the Year

Golden Hour Kacey Musgraves vs. Golden Hour Kacey Musgraves

 

Record of the Year

"No Tears Left to Cry" Ariana Grande vs. "This Is America" Childish Gambino

 

Song of the Year

"Shallow" Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper vs. "This Is America" Childish Gambino

 

Best New Artist

SOPHIE vs. Dua Lipa

(Dua Lipa was nominated for the ATRL Grammy for Best New Artist in 2017, but lost to Chance the Rapper)

 

Best Pop Solo Performance

"God Is a Woman" Ariana Grande vs. "Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin'?)" Lady Gaga

 

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

"Shallow" Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper vs. "Shallow" Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

 

Best Pop Vocal Album

Pop 2 Charli XCX vs. Sweetener Ariana Grande

 

Best Dance Recording

"Missing U" Robyn vs. "Electricity" Silk City and Dua Lipa ft. Mark Ronson and Diplo

 

Best Rock Performance

"Geyser" Mitski vs. "When Bad Does Good" Chris Cornell

 

Best Rock Song

"Geyser" Mitski vs. "Masseduction" St. Vincent

 

Best Rock Album

Pray for the Wicked Panic! at the Disco vs. From the Fires Greta Van Fleet

 

Best Alternative Music Album

Masseduction St. Vincent vs. Colors Beck

 

Best R&B Performance

"I Like That" Janelle Monáe vs. "Best Part" H.E.R. ft. Daniel Caesar

 

Best R&B Song

"GTFO" Mariah Carey vs. "Boo'd Up" Ella Mai

 

Best R&B Album

Dirty Computer Janelle Monáe vs. H.E.R. H.E.R.

 

Best Rap Performance

"Chun-Li" Nicki Minaj vs. "King's Dead" Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Future and James Blake/"Bubblin" Anderson .Paak

 

Best Rap/Sung Performance

"I Like It" Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J. Balvin vs. "This Is America" Childish Gambino

 

Best Rap Song

"All the Stars" Kendrick Lamar and SZA vs. "God's Plan" Drake

 

Best Rap Album

Invasion of Privacy Cardi B vs. Invasion of Privacy Cardi B 

 

Best Country Solo Performance

"Slow Burn" Kacey Musgraves vs. "Butterflies" Kacey Musgraves

 

Best Country Duo/Group Performance
"Babe" Sugarland ft. Taylor Swift vs. "Tequila" Dan + Shay

 

Best Country Song

"Slow Burn" Kacey Musgraves vs. "Space Cowboy" Kacey Musgraves

 

Best Country Album

Golden Hour Kacey Musgraves vs. Golden Hour Kacey Musgraves

 

Producer of the Year

SOPHIE vs. Pharrell Williams

 

Best Music Video

"This Is America" Childish Gambino vs. "This Is America" Childish Gambino

 

There's actually a decent amount of overlap this year.

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Achilles.

Honestly, I do think we had better winners across the board this year.

 

But I kinda still prefer the real Grammys for the sole reason that they nominated Brandi Carlile in the big three categories and let her sweep her genre field (which I know we don’t have, but still). Not nominating “The Joke” for SOTY was a gross oversight on our part. 

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6 hours ago, Achilles. said:

Honestly, I do think we had better winners across the board this year.

 

But I kinda still prefer the real Grammys for the sole reason that they nominated Brandi Carlile in the big three categories and let her sweep her genre field (which I know we don’t have, but still). Not nominating “The Joke” for SOTY was a gross oversight on our part. 

Her performance had me choked up.

 

Was she even on the longlist for SOTY?

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TRF.

Record of the Year

"No Tears Left to Cry" Ariana Grande vs. "This Is America" Childish Gambino

 

Song of the Year

"Shallow" Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper vs. "This Is America" Childish Gambino

 

Best New Artist

SOPHIE vs. Dua Lipa

(Dua Lipa was nominated for the ATRL Grammy for Best New Artist in 2017, but lost to Chance the Rapper)

 

Best Pop Solo Performance

"God Is a Woman" Ariana Grande vs. "Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin'?)" Lady Gaga

 

Best Pop Vocal Album

Pop 2 Charli XCX vs. Sweetener Ariana Grande

 

Best Dance Recording

"Missing U" Robyn vs. "Electricity" Silk City and Dua Lipa ft. Mark Ronson and Diplo

 

Best Rock Performance

"Geyser" Mitski vs. "When Bad Does Good" Chris Cornell

 

Best Rock Song

"Geyser" Mitski vs. "Masseduction" St. Vincent

 

Best Rock Album

Pray for the Wicked Panic! at the Disco vs. From the Fires Greta Van Fleet (both suck ass :eli:)

 

Best Alternative Music Album

Masseduction St. Vincent vs. Colors Beck

 

Best R&B Performance

"I Like That" Janelle Monáe vs. "Best Part" H.E.R. ft. Daniel Caesar

 

Best R&B Song

"GTFO" Mariah Carey vs. "Boo'd Up" Ella Mai

 

Best R&B Album

Dirty Computer Janelle Monáe vs. H.E.R. H.E.R.

 

Best Rap Performance

"Chun-Li" Nicki Minaj vs. "King's Dead" Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Future and James Blake/"Bubblin" Anderson .Paak

 

Best Rap/Sung Performance

"I Like It" Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J. Balvin vs. "This Is America" Childish Gambino

 

Best Rap Song

"All the Stars" Kendrick Lamar and SZA vs. "God's Plan" Drake

 

Best Country Solo Performance

"Slow Burn" Kacey Musgraves vs. "Butterflies" Kacey Musgraves

 

Best Country Duo/Group Performance
"Babe" Sugarland ft. Taylor Swift vs. "Tequila" Dan + Shay

 

Best Country Song

"Slow Burn" Kacey Musgraves vs. "Space Cowboy" Kacey Musgraves

 

Producer of the Year

SOPHIE vs. Pharrell Williams

 

16 v. 3 -- what a surprise :celestial2: 

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Achilles.
5 hours ago, supaspaz said:

Her performance had me choked up.

 

Was she even on the longlist for SOTY?

No. I think she might have been on the Country Song shortlist? Maybe?

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supaspaz
14 hours ago, TRF. said:

16 v. 3 -- what a surprise :celestial2: 

Did it on 'em.

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