Grammys 2017: Who will win, who should win?
- Author: Larry Hoffman Фев 13, 2017,
Фев 13, 2017, 1:14
Queen B leads the pack with the most nominations, and will compete against Adele, Justin Bieber, Drake and Sturgill Simpson for Album of the Year. If you're trying to watch The Grammys on BlackBerry or Palm device, welcome to 2017, you're out of luck, and can I borrow your time machine?
Beyonce's main competition is Adele, who won album, song and record of the year in 2012 with "21" and "Rolling In the Deep".
The 59th annual Grammy Awards airs live at 7 p.m. Sunday on CBS and, as usual, it's going to be a night filled with high-wattage stars, unexpected collaborations and rambling acceptance speeches. "It's the biggest, most prestigious award show in music and I feel incredibly lucky to be part of such an incredible night".
Bowie is also nominated for best alternative music album, best rock performance and best rock song for the single Blackstar.
Biebs, for one, "just doesn't think the Grammys are relevant or representative, especially when it comes to young singers", despite being nominated for four major awards, including Album of the Year for goal. Once you sign in to your CBS All Access account, you can stream the award show.
We are predicting the winners of 32 Grammy Awards races. While some critics argued that Beyonce's "Lemonade" was more artistic and had a stronger impact on culture, Adele's "25" marked her comeback and became a multiplatinum juggernaut, setting a record when it sold over 3 million units in its first week.
Chance The Rapper will have a chance to make a major impact at the 2017 Grammys thanks to the Recording Academy's ruling that streaming-only projects are eligible for consideration.
The 2017 Grammys is slated to take place on Sunday, February 12, 2017, beginning at 8pm ET at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Appearing on DJ Khaled's Major Key album, Toronto ambassador during NBA All Star Weekend past year and linked romantically to Jennifer Lopez is an added bonus.
"I can't wait to see the Prince tribute, he was a GRAMMY favorite". Six artists will perform who have not been announced and the music world may also address the current political climate because artists are not afraid to speak their minds when they have an audience.
Performers Lady Gaga and John Legend are seated a row in front of the pair, while Sia (three nods) and Jennifer Lopez (no nods) have even better seats.