The last quarter of the GRAMMY eligibility period (October 1, 2013 – September 30, 2014) is on the run. And the list of contenders for the 57th GRAMMYs is starting to take shape: Beyonce’s self-titled album is still the biggest contender for Album of the Year; Pharrell Williams’ Academy-nominated “Happy” is looking to score Record and Song of the Year nods; and British breakthrough act Sam Smith has everything it takes to receive a Best New Artist nomination.
Due to some technical difficulties, I was not able to update the blog for a month. But now, I’m fully back on track promising to update weekly, and hoping the blog to grow more. In the meantime, there are some new features I’d like to share with you
- A brand new layout (Powered by Twenty Fourteen)
- A new section MUSIC OF THE WEEK that will feature a reviews for the ‘best album of the week’ and newly-released tracks.
- (Stay tuned) The GRAMMY Awards section will also be revamped to include more data and predictions on each of the mainstream fields.
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The queen of sadcore —Lana del Rey— has partnered up with The Black Keys’ frontman Dan Auerbach to create one of the most outstanding music albums of the year: Ultraviolence, released by Interscope Records on June 17th. According to Billboard, Del Rey’s third studio album is expected to top the Billboard 200 chart next week. Continue reading “ALBUM OF THE WEEK: Lana del Rey — Ultraviolence”