There are only 2 songs I’ve tipped for nominations in both Song and Record of the Year in 2017 both of which are the obvious favourites across either award; Hello and Formation are guaranteed nominations here.
Song of the Year Formation – Khalif Brown, Jordan Frost, Asheton Hogan, Michael Len Williams II, Beyoncé Knowles (Beyoncé) Hello – Adele Adkins, Greg Kurstin (Adele) Love Yourself – Ed Sheeran, Benjamin Levin, Justin Bieber (Justin Bieber) Piece By Piece – Kelly Clarkson, Greg Kurstin (Kelly Clarkson) 7 Years – Lukas Forchammer, Stefan Forrest, Morten Ristorp, Morten Pilegaard (Lukas …
The genre I’m usually most confident with at this point in the year, the placement of songs here in 2016 is still difficult to decide. We saw last year that a huge hit, Major Lazer’s Lean On was submitted for the Pop field, leading it to miss out on the nomination/win that it was sure to receive in the dance category. Given that the lines between Dance/Pop/RnB/Rap are so blurred, this entire list may need a rethink once the submissions lists begin to be revealed.
It’s time to take a look at the genre specific awards at Grammys 2015. First up are the Pop categories.
This time last year I was under the impression that my predictions for Album of The Year were pretty much right. I didn’t expect 2 of my 100% certain choices to miss out, replaced with the well deserved Kendrick Lamar and the huge surprise of Sara Bareilles for nominations. I was so certain that Justin and Bruno would make the cut, so I’m attempting to be more conservative with my nominations this year.
You know what that header means. Grammy season is soon upon us. As the eligibility period ends lets take a look at my persona predictions for the 2015 awards. Kicking things off are the awards for Song of the Year.