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1 hour ago, KatyPrismSpirit said:

 

 

BEST PROGRESSIVE R&B ALBUM

 

Gemini Rights - Steve Lacy

Candy Drip - Lucky Daye

Black Radio III - Robert Glasper

Still Over It - Summer Walker

Hypnos - Ravyn Lenae

 

 

 

 

ugh she deserves the nom (and win), they better not snub it :WAP:

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11 minutes ago, KatyPrismSpirit said:

pop / dance electronic predictions

 

BEST POP SOLO PERFORMANCE

 

Easy On Me - Adele

Break My Soul - Beyoncé

As It Was - Harry Styles

Hold My Hand - Lady Gaga

About Damn Time - Lizzo

 

BEST POP DUO/GROUP PERFORMANCE

 

“Move” - Beyoncé Featuring Grace Jones & Tems

“I Ain’t Worried” - OneRepublic

“Enemy” - Imagine Dragons Featuring JID

“LA FAMA” - Rosalía Featuring The Weeknd

“We Don’t Talk About Bruno” - Lin Manuel Miranda

 

BEST POP VOCAL ALBUM

 

30 - Adele

Equals - Ed Sheeran

Harry’s House - Harry Styles

Music Of the Spheres - Coldplay

Renaissance - Beyoncé

 

BEST DANCE/ELECTRONIC RECORDING

 

“Pure/Honey” - Beyoncé

“Sirens” - Flume Featuring Caroline Polachek

“Moth To A Flame” - Swedish House Mafia Featuring The Weeknd

“Intimidated” - Kaytranada Featuring H.E.R.

“The Motto” - Tiësto Featuring Ava Max

 

BEST DANCE/ELECTRONIC ALBUM

 

Paradise Again - Swedish House Mafia

Palaces - Flume

KiCk iii - Arca

Tropical Dancer - Charlotte Adigery Featuring Bolis Pupul

Mercurial World - Magdalena Bay

I'm pretty sure The Weeknd's still not promoting his music to the grammy's

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Just now, keatonzee said:

I'm pretty sure The Weeknd's still not promoting his music to the grammy's

i know but he is featured on  both these songs. the lead artist(s) might still submit it, the same how kanye submitted hurricane for best melodic rap song ft the weeknd and it still won

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1 minute ago, KatyPrismSpirit said:

i know but he is featured on  both these songs. the lead artist(s) might still submit it, the same how kanye submitted hurricane for best melodic rap song ft the weeknd and it still won

Oh okay.

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Pop & R&B Predictions 

 

BEST POP SOLO PERF

Easy On Me — Adele

As It Was — Harry Styles

About Damn Time — Lizzo

Break My Soul — Beyoncé

Bad Habit — Steve Lacy

 

BEST POP DUO/GROUP PERF

Sweetest Pie — Megan Thee Stallion ft Dua Lipa

We Don’t Talk About Bruno — Cast of Encanto

My Universe — Coldplay & BTS

Enemy — Imagine Dragons & JID

Move — Beyoncé ft Grace Jones & Tems

 

BEST POP VOCAL ALBUM

30 — Adele

Harry’s House — Harry Styles

= — Ed Sheeran

Special — Lizzo

Music of the Spheres — Coldplay

 

BEST R&B ALBUM

An Evening w/ Silk Sonic — Silk Sonic

Good Morning Gorgeous — Mary J Blige

Watch the Sun — PJ Morton

Black Radio III — Robert Glapser

Give or Take — Giveon

 

BEST R&B SONG

Hrs & Hrs — Muni Long

Be Alive — Beyoncé

Smokin Out the Window — Silk Sonic

Over — Lucky Daye

DFMU — Ella Mai

Automatic Woman — H.E.R.

 

BEST R&B PERF

Smokin Out the Window — Silk Sonic

Over — Lucky Daye

Hrs & Hrs — Muni Long

Cuff It — Beyoncé

DFMU — Ella Mai

No Love — Summer Walker w/ Cardi B & SZA

 

BEST TRADITIONAL R&B PERF

Love’s Train — Silk Sonic

Good Morning Gorgeous — Mary J Blige

Hurt Me So Good — Jazmine Sullivan

Forever — Robert Glasper w/ PJ Morton & India Arie

Make Me Say It Again —  Ronald Isley & The Isley Brothers (ft Beyoncé)

Unloyal — Summer Walker & Ari Lennox 

 

BEST PROGRESSIVE R&B ALBUM

Still Over It — Summer Walker

Wasteland — Brent Faiyaz

Blue Water Road — Kehlani

Candydrip — Lucky Daye

RENAISSANCE — Beyoncé

Gemini Rights — Steve Lacy

 

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22 minutes ago, KatyPrismSpirit said:

Will this thread also be used for final predictions / submissions? 

Yes, all 2023 Grammy related stuff here :giraffe:

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On 8/14/2022 at 6:53 AM, camfuckingrockwell said:

I want Break My Soul  to win Pop Solo too! It definitely deserves.

 

Beyonce should submit like this:

 

RENAISSANCE — AOTY, Best Progressive R&B Album, Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical

 

Break My Soul — Best Pop Solo Perf, ROTY, SOTY

Be Alive — BSWFVM, Best R&B Song, & SOTY

Church Girl — Best Melodic Rap Perf

Cuff It — Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Song

Make Me Say It Again — Best Traditional R&B Perf.

Move — Best Pop Duo/Group Perf

Pure/Honey — Best Dance/Electronic Recording

SR — Best Dance/Electronic Recording 

After removing the visual aspects .... This list is what I'm thinking too. :clap3:

 

My only additions/modifications would be:

- Surround Sound Album (it was just released in Dolby-Atmos quality yesterday. The timing right before the cut-off was uncanny.)

- Album Packaging 

- Best R&B Song (Plastic Off The Sofa instead of Be Alive. Cuff It stays as the other submission because of the Sheila E / Nile Rodgers / Raphael Saadiq contributions ALONE.)

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Other than Beyoncé, this is what I'm rooting for this year:

 

I'm really hoping that Ravyn Lenae's HYPNOS can sneak into Progressive R&B Album. That's a quality project.

 

I'm also hoping that Carrie Underwood "Ghost Story" and anything Kane Brown make it into the Country field. It's crazy that he's never received a nomination before, and Carrie's single is in the same vein for me as Blown Away & Something In The Water. 

Definitely thought "Low" was a missed opportunity in the country vocal categories her last go-round.

 

 

Also rooting for Jazmine Sullivan's version of "Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child" from "VEGAS" in the R&B categories. 

 

Last, I would love to see Steve Lacy, WILLOW (Meet Me At Our Spot (Live)), and Ari Lennox (Pressure) nominated for anything. 

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11 hours ago, trainsskyscrapers said:

Other than Beyoncé, this is what I'm rooting for this year:

 

I'm really hoping that Ravyn Lenae's HYPNOS can sneak into Progressive R&B Album. That's a quality project.

 

I'm also hoping that Carrie Underwood "Ghost Story" and anything Kane Brown make it into the Country field. It's crazy that he's never received a nomination before, and Carrie's single is in the same vein for me as Blown Away & Something In The Water. 

Definitely thought "Low" was a missed opportunity in the country vocal categories her last go-round.

 

 

Also rooting for Jazmine Sullivan's version of "Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child" from "VEGAS" in the R&B categories. 

 

Last, I would love to see Steve Lacy, WILLOW (Meet Me At Our Spot (Live)), and Ari Lennox (Pressure) nominated for anything. 

Motherless Child will fit in Traditional R&B Performance. I think Ari Lennox released too soon !!

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We should expect submissions around the middle of October. First-Round voting starts on Oct 13. FYC’s should roll out around before too !

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Best Song for Social Change - Special Merit Award

Submission deadline: October 14

 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

- The Award recognizes a song that has had profound social influence and impact.

- Submissions should contain lyrical content that: a) addresses a timely social issue; b) explores a subject impacting a community of people in need; and c) promotes awareness, raises consciousness, and builds empathy.

- The Award is given to the songwriter(s).

- The Award honors singles or tracks only, in any musical genre.

- The song must include melody and lyrics.

- The song must have been commercially released within the last five GRAMMY eligibility years.

- The song may reference previous work and may include previously recorded or published lyrical material; in addition, a significant degree of new creative and lyrical content is required. The songwriters of the new material are eligible to receive the Award; determination of songwriter eligibility for previously recorded or published lyrical work will be at the discretion of the Academy.

- Recordings featuring samples or interpolations are eligible; however, in alignment with GRAMMY Awards rules, songwriters of sampled or interpolated material are not eligible to receive the Award. (A sample is defined as an element of a previously-released recording incorporated into a new recording. Samples can be entire parts of earlier recordings or isolated sections of earlier recordings including, but not limited to, tracks with vocals removed, hooks, riffs, basslines, or background vocals).

 

SELECTION CRITERIA

- Selection criteria include the lyrical content of the song, the artistic quality of the composition, and the perceived impact of the song in delivering an empowering message that brings awareness about social issues that affect the world.

- The criteria to select Best Song for Social Change will be guided by the principle that social good is “an action that will result in a benefit being available to the general public”, which may include songs that affirm the basic humanity of all people. 

- In this context, the new Award will recognize a song that promotes:

~ Understanding - educates and /or raises awareness of other people’s experiences, advocacy, and tolerance.

~ Peacebuilding - measures intended to create or sustain peace or freedom from dissention.

~ Empathy - the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

~ Being Positive - a good, affirmative, or constructive quality or attribute. In contrast, songs containing hate speech or advocating violence or terrorism would be deemed ineligible.

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Everyone lets bump this thread a little. Noms get announced in roughly a month. What are some of you guys's picks for certain fields? mine:

 

AOTY: Renaissance - Beyoncé

ROTY: "As It Was" - Harry Styles

SOTY: "About Damn Time" - Lizzo

Best New Artist: Steve Lacy

 

Best Pop Vocal Album: 30 - Adele

Best Pop Solo Performance: "Easy On Me" - Adele

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: "LA FAMA" - Rosalía Featuring The Weeknd (impossible but let me dream)

 

Best Rap Song: "The Heart Part 5" - Kendrick Lamar

Best Rap Performance: "Super Freaky Girl" - Nicki Minaj

Best Rap Album: Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers - Kendrick Lamar

Best Melodic Rap Performance: "Die Hard" - Kendrick Lamar

 

Best Alternative Album: Fossora - Björk

Best Dance Recording: "Moth To A Flame" - The Weeknd & Swedish House Mafia

 

Best R&B Song: "Plastic Off The Sofa" - Beyoncé

Best R&B Performance: "Cuff It" - Beyoncé

Best R&B Album: Still Over It - Summer Walker

Best Progressive R&B Album: Renaissance - Beyoncé

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like imagine bjork and nicki winning their first grammys this year and bey winning her first AOTY :jonnycat:

the SLAY that needs to take place in my lifetime:jonnycat::jonnycat:

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my prediction

 

AOTY: Renaissance - Beyoncé

ROTY: We Don't Talk About Bruno - Encanto Cast

SOTY: Bad Habit - Steve Lacy:fan:

Best New Artist: between Steve Lacy, Tems and Brent Faiyaz whoever is eligible

 

Best Pop Vocal Album: 30 - Adele

Best Pop Solo Performance: "Easy On Me" - Adele

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: Move - Beyonce, Grace Jones, Tems

 

Best Rap Song: N95 - Kendrick Lamar

Best Rap Performance: Savior - Kendrick Lamar, Baby Keem, Sam Dew

Best Rap Album: Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers - Kendrick Lamar

Best Melodic Rap Performance: "Die Hard" - Kendrick Lamar

 

Best Dance Recording: Intimidated - Kaytranada & H.E.R.

Best Dance Album: refresh - Channel Tres don't know if he submits but:fan:

 

Best Trad. R&B Performance: Make Me Say It Again Girl - The Isley Brothers & Beyoncé

Best R&B Song: Plastic Off The Sofa - Beyoncé

Best R&B Performance: Cuff It - Beyoncé

Best R&B Album: An Evening With Silk Sonic - Silk Sonic

Best Progressive R&B Album: Renaissance - Beyoncé

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16 minutes ago, Kiss It Better said:

 

 

Best Dance Recording: Intimidated - Kaytranada & H.E.R.

 

omg i didnt take the H.E.R. factor into account for this year :rip: sorry Ava and Tiesto... Sorry The Weeknd. Best Dance Recording is 100% this song

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10 minutes ago, KatyPrismSpirit said:

omg i didnt take the H.E.R. factor into account for this year :rip: sorry Ava and Tiesto... Sorry The Weeknd. Best Dance Recording is 100% this song

unless Kaytranada submits Twin Flame with Paak instead then this is def winning, grammy darling² is a guaranteed win

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The way About Damn Time deserves SOTY the most. I need to see Lizzo accept song of the mf year at the grammy stage to make all these conservative preachers SEETHE! Also it was genuinly one of the most quality and enjoyable pop songs of the year and in recent memoir tbh

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If anyone was predicting Red TV/All Too Well 10 then the LA Times said this:

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But when asked, the Academy declined to tell The Times if the blend of new and old material in “All Too Well” makes it eligible for song or record of the year.

They also said Drake's rep didn't respond to if he submitted Honestly, Nevermind or not.

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2 minutes ago, storminthedark said:

If anyone was predicting Red TV/All Too Well 10 then the LA Times said this:

They also said Drake's rep didn't respond to if he submitted Honestly, Nevermind or not.

Guess we’ll find out next week when ballots are available for voters (though it’s been trickier now that the Academy is more strict on voters revealing submissions).

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Drake shouldnt even bother ever submitting again. There is no good music left in drake. From 2018-2022 all of his music was trash

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47 minutes ago, Almodusa said:

Guess we’ll find out next week when ballots are available for voters (though it’s been trickier now that the Academy is more strict on voters revealing submissions).

FYC campaigns will probably be the main way we’ll know, although in recent years a lot of them have shifted away from including the categories they submitted to which is frustrating. Maybe Goldderby will have some connections, I guess we’ll see

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