Featuring the likes of Miley Cyrus, The Weeknd, Dua Lipa, Jessie Ware and The 1975. Here are my top 40 songs of 2020.
Who do I think will be following on from Childish Gambino last year to win Record of the Year at the Grammy Awards 2020? Including songs from Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, Bon Iver and Lizzo.
I have collated a list of my top 40 songs of every year since 2010. That means 400 songs sit in a playlist of my ‘Best of the Decade’. Luckily I’m not expecting anyone to sit through hundreds of write ups of these songs, just one hundred. If you don’t fancy suffering through endless garbled …
40) Barefoot in the Park (Feat. ROSALÍA) – James Blake On an album full of hip hop influenced electronic sounds, Barefoot in the Park truly stands out. It’s so emotive and Blake hasn’t sounded this intensely engaging in years. ROSALÍA sounds incredible here too and their voices blend together in ways you’d never expect. A …
There’s just over 24 hours to go until the nominations for the Grammy Awards 2020 are revealed and I’m finally going to nail down my final predictions for the biggest award of the night. Last year saw the most worthy winner in recent memory win, Golden Hour not only being one of the best albums of that year but of the decade. This year is full of fresh talent, who I think could take up most of the spots here ahead of more typical Grammy stars.
There are literally just hours to go until the Grammy Awards 2020 nominations are announced, so I’ll attempt to keep this round of Song of the Year short (That will never happen).
There’s a fair bit of crossover between ROTY and SOTY in my choices, but this is hardly surprising.
Last year saw the same song take home both Record and Song of the Year at the Grammys. It was too hard to ignore the cultural and commercial significance of a song like This Is America for voters, but this year there isn’t an equivalent favourite. There’s just days to go until nominations are revealed, but for me the set of hits I expect to be in contention could result in a number of potential winners.
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 …
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.