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Justin Bieber and 10 more Grammy snubs and surprises – Billboard

Recording Academy presents 87 awards at 64th anniversary Grammy Awards On Sunday (April 3), it was therefore inevitable that there would be some setbacks and surprises. And sure enough there were. Just have a look.

SNUB – Justin Bieber: The pop superstar received eight nominations this year, with the total being topped only by John Batiste, who received 11 nominations. But Bieber went home empty handed. After nearly 13 years of stardom, Bieber has won two Grammy (from 22 nodes). He should have had more by now.

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Surprise – John Batiste: Even though Batiste was this year’s nomination leader, his win for Album of the Year it is us was a surprise. Most thought the top contender was Olivia Rodrigo Tart and Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga’s love for Sale, it is us It did not win for Best R&B Album, in the genre album category in which it was nominated. (That award went to Jazmine Sullivan Hex Tales.) This is the second consecutive year in which the album of the year winner lost out in its genre album category. Last year, Taylor Swift’s folk literature Won Album of the Year after losing Dua Lipa’s Best Pop Vocal Album nostalgia for the future, go figure.

SNUB – Billie Eilish: Eilish also went home empty handed, despite seven nominations including Album, Record and Song of the Year. Eilish has won so many awards—including seven Grammys in the past two years and an Oscar just a week ago—that no one has to worry about the state of her career.

Surprise – Bo Burnham: The Comedian’s “All Eyez On Me” From His Netflix Special inside Beating out last year’s Oscar winner for Best Original Song, “Fight for You” won the award for Best Song Written for Visual Media. Judas and the Black Messiah, “All Eyez on Me” is only the second song written for a TV show to win in that category. The first was from “Boss of Me” by the Giants. Malcolm in the middle, which he won 20 years ago. “Fight for You” was not discontinued, however: HER’s recording of the song won Best Traditional R&B Performance.

SNUB – Halsey: Halsey’s fourth studio album, If I can’t love, I need powerwas seen as the lead for Best Alternative Music Album, but it lost to St. Vincent, who won the category for the second time. Daddy’s Home, Halsey hasn’t won a Grammy yet. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, who produced the album, won Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media. SoulOn which he collaborated with John Battist.

Surprise – Jazmine Sullivan: Sullivan’s Hex Tales Won Best R&B Album, beating a pair of albums that were nominated for Album of the Year – John Battists it is us and his in the back of my mind, ,Hex Tales was not nominated for that top award.) Sullivan also won for Best R&B Performance for “Pick Up Your Feelings”. It was Sullivan’s first Grammy win, out of 15 nominations over the years.

Snub – Wizkid: The Nigerian Afrobeats singer lost both the awards she was nominated for – Best Global Music Performance for “Essence” (featuring Thames) and Best Global Music Album Made in Lagos: Deluxe Edition, The remix of “Essence” featuring Justin Bieber (who was not listed on the nominated entry) reached the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100, an extremely rarity for global music recording.

Features of Surprise – Doja Cat SZA: You get the sense that the Grammys posted this award late on the show to make sure Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga won the award on-air. But the widely liked “Kiss Me More” beat out fan-favorite BTS with “Butter,” along with Bennett and Gaga’s update of Cole Porter’s “I Get a Kick Out of You.”

SNUB – Selena Gomez: Gomez received her first Grammy Award in any category (!) this year when her EP Revelation Was nominated for Best Latin Pop Album. She lost to Alex Cuban, nominated for mendoz, It’s hard to understand why Grammy voters didn’t support Gomez, as she’s been a recording star for 13 years.

Surprise – Barack Obama: of former president a promised land Didn’t win Best Spoken Word Album – Obama’s first Grammy defeat. He won that category twice before being elected president in 2008. But Obama probably doesn’t mind in the slightest. The award was given to actor Don Cheadle. Carry On: Reflections for a New Generation by John Lewis, The civil rights icon Lewis, who died in 2020, helped build a career like Obama’s.

SNUB – Jackson Browne: The singer/songwriter’s 15th studio album, downhill from everywhereLost, Best Americana Album. Despite a career spanning more than 50 years, Brown has never won a Grammy. This was his eighth nomination. His most high-profile nomination to date came in 1978 when running on Empty Was nominated for Album of the Year.

Surprise – Dream Theater: The band’s “The Alien” won Best Metal Performance in the category, beating tracks by the Deftones and Mastodon, a pair of previous winners.

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