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57th GRAMMYs reactions

sam_smith_4grammysThe 57th GRAMMY Awards happened last night with hardly any ground-breaking moments to remember. The only special and memorable events of the night were the performances by Beyoncé, Pharrell Williams, and Common & John Legend due to the many references of Ferguson that we experienced on stage. It was also bad to see politicians in an artists’ night only. But at least it was for a good cause

Sam Smith was the king of the night, earning a total of four GRAMMYs including the Record and Song of the Year awards for his melancholic ballad, “Stay with Me”. Certainly the Continue reading “57th GRAMMYs reactions”

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57th GRAMMYs: Odds for the Country field

country-predictions

The country field is highly competitive this year. However, it is Miranda Lambert and Eric Church who dominate the field as they are in for all of the four categories. Let’s now take a look at the odds in each of these categories:

Best Country Performance

  1. Carrie Underwood — Something in the Water
  2. Miranda Lambert — Automatic
  3. Eric Church — Give Me Back My Hometown
  4. Hunter Hayes — Invisible
  5. Keith Urban — Cop Car

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57th GRAMMYs: Odds for the Rap field

rap-predictions

This year’s race in the Rap field contains some of the biggest (and most controversial) names in the hip-hop scene such as Eminem, Drake, Iggy Azalea, Kendrick Lamar, and Kanye West. However, Eminem and Drake dominate the field as they are nominated in three out of the four categories. Let’s now take a look at the odds in each of these categories:

Best Rap Performance

  1. Eminem — Rap God
  2. Kendrick Lamar — i
  3. Childish Gambino — 3005
  4. Drake — 0 to 100/The Catch Up
  5. Lecrae — All I Need Is You

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57th GRAMMYs: Odds for the R&B field

r&b-predictions

The R&B field features two of the most nominated arists of the year: Beyoncé in three out of the five categories and Pharrell Williams in one. There is not much competition; therefore, things would be very easy to predict here. Let’s now take a look at the odds in four of the categories of this field:

Best R&B Performance

  1. Beyoncé & Jay-Z — Drunk in Love
  2. Usher — Good Kisser
  3. Chris Brown, Usher & Rick Ross — New Flame
  4. Jennifer Hudson & R. Kelly — It’s Your World
  5. Ledisi — Like This

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