I’m kicking this year’s Grammy Nomination Predictions with Pop, where some of the biggest hits of the year will be vying for the few spaces available in the nominations here.
You’ll notice that I’ve titled this article Not Even Close to a Halftime Report. I’ve attempted to do this sort of piece here on my blog around 6 months into the eligibility period to give a clear picture of how things are looking so soon after the previous Grammy night. This year I’m writing this …
The final of the big 4 categories, Album of the Year contains some of the best music of the last 12 months, as well as a Post Malone album. Who deserves to win?
The categories that seemed to ‘benefit’ the least from the expansions of nominees from 5 to 8 this year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year remain, for the most part, quite predictable. All but one of the nominees were top 10 hits on the Hot 100, but there were still a few …
I take a look at the artists who are nominated for Best New Artist at the 2019 Grammy Awards. Jorja Smith, H.E.R., Luke Combs and Dua Lipa feature.
Another year gone, another list of albums that I loved. The likes of Christine and the Queens, Robyn, Years & Years and Kacey Musgraves feature in the list.
It’s that time of the year agin when I look back on the songs that made my year. Appearances from the usual suspects Drake, Florence and the Machine and Lady Gaga sit side by side with some brand new artists like Maggie Rogers and Cardi B.