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CynicKill

Grammy Song Of The Year: An Honest Assessment.

This guy has a thoughtful and honest assessment of this years SOTY catagory.

I do agree:

The Grammy Song of the Year List…Are These REALLY The Best? (Rant)

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Reply #1 posted 01/04/22 4:24pm

CynicKill

I slept on Brandi Carlile all this time.

I haven't even given any serious thought to the grammys this year but now I'm a little excited and hope she sweeps.

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Reply #2 posted 01/05/22 5:07am

MotownSubdivis
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At this point I've learned to just treat the Grammys as irrelevant. Even if the people I like win, fuck 'em. Worthless things.
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Reply #3 posted 01/05/22 7:48am

nayroo2002

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i literally haven't heard at least half of these songs lol

i'm old!!!

Silk Sonic should win something, if not this award.

"Whatever skin Ur in
we all need 2 b friends"
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Reply #4 posted 01/05/22 7:56am

alphastreet

Yes leave the door open deserves to be song of the year
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Reply #5 posted 01/05/22 3:14pm

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Rick always does good insights and he actually finds alot of merit in songs that honestly cannot see, but he picks these things apart on his channel many times. But he pretty much was perfect on this, and Im glad he pointed out the amount of writers on these tracks, but also pointing out the boredom and laziness of the Beiber song which I have been saying for a long time, that song is a fake wanna be retro autotuned mess, catchy and simple yes, but also took almost 12 people to write, kind of sums up many of todays stuff. Brandi Carlisle that whole record should be the album of the year given the choices, as for this category, maybe her and alicia. For record of the year I would love to see ABBA win, just so the day after I can hear people bitch.


"We went where our music was appreciated, and that was everywhere but the USA, we knew we had fans, but there is only so much of the world you can play at once" Magne F
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Reply #6 posted 01/05/22 3:39pm

CynicKill

lastdecember said:

Rick always does good insights and he actually finds alot of merit in songs that honestly cannot see, but he picks these things apart on his channel many times. But he pretty much was perfect on this, and Im glad he pointed out the amount of writers on these tracks, but also pointing out the boredom and laziness of the Beiber song which I have been saying for a long time, that song is a fake wanna be retro autotuned mess, catchy and simple yes, but also took almost 12 people to write, kind of sums up many of todays stuff. Brandi Carlisle that whole record should be the album of the year given the choices, as for this category, maybe her and alicia. For record of the year I would love to see ABBA win, just so the day after I can hear people bitch.

Those are my 3 choices with Alicia and Brandi up front.

Leave the Door Open? Maybe. I guess I wouldn't be too mad at it.

Surprised by the support Doja Cat is getting.

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