6 comments on “My 2010 Grammy Predictions

  1. I hate to say but I disagree with 90% of your predictions and I will explain why. First, Album of the Year will go to the Dave Matthews Band, even though I cannot explain why they will win, I know why their competition won’t win. Lady Gaga’s musical style isn’t conservative enough, Taylor Swift’s vocals need help, The Black Eyed Peas stole Maxwell’s spot, and Beyonce is not and will never be as critically acclaimed as Lauryn Hill or Alicia Keys.

    Record and Song of the Year are separate categories but generally the awards go to the same person or the same song, ( a closer look reveals 4 of the 5 nominees in both categories are the same artist or song), and personally I feel once again Maxwell got robbed because Pretty Wings is far superior than I Gotta Feeling. WIth that said, Kings of Leon will win for Use Somebody, because of the reasons on the last category- Beyonce, Gaga, and Swift have no chance, and however Maxwell might be the upset.

    Best New Artist will easily go to R&B superstar Keri Hilson. She has had more success this year than any other nominee. She had the most listened to R&B song of the year according to billboard radio songs chart , beating songs by Beyonce and Maxwell. She is a songwriter and producer. Easy win

  2. I disagree. I think Taylor will win more than you think. Her Album got FAR too much critical and public approval and acclaim to not win Album of the Year. Hands down… she’s won at almost every award show thus far and for good reason, its very hard to find a negative review of her album… I’m a big fan of music, and while her vocals aren’t always there her songwriting can really not be ignored. The only reason I can see her being snubbed with less than 3 awards at the grammy’s is because of her age and a desire to not give her “too much too soon”

  3. My hope is that if TS is going to win anything, give her Album of the Year–but not Country Album of the Year. George Strait’s “Twang” is superb and is purely and simply the best country album out there.

  4. I think that swift will lose ut look at the past 2 years first the dixie chicks which wasn’t played much or even sales but they were the big winner. secondly last year alison krauss and robert plant they were not played well or even sold real well maybe plat. soo I think its going to go to anyone but swift.her vocals will kill her victory every time.

  5. Gaga deserves to win record of the year n dance pop album n dance recording, da fame kickz ass it has a mixture of everything pop/electro dance, they screwed her ova with the best new artist, but I honestly think da grammy’s will snub gaga,just like the ama’s did. That over rated taylor will sweep many awards.

  6. I agree with most of your predictions, but not all of them:
    However, here are mine c:

    Record of the Year
    Halo – Beyonce

    Album of the Year
    Big Whiskey And The Groogrux King – Dave Matthews Band

    Song of the Year
    Use Somebody – Kings of Leon

    Best New Artist
    Zac Brown Band

    Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
    Hometown Glory – Adele

    Best Male Pop Performance
    Make It Mine – Jason Mraz

    Best Pop Performance By a Duo Or Group With Vocals
    Kids – MGMT

    Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    Baby, It’s Cold Outside – Willie Nelson and Norah Jones

    Best Pop Vocal Album
    The Fray – The Fray

    Best Dance Recording
    Womanizer – Britney Spears

    Best Electronic/Dance Album
    The Fame – Lady Gaga

    Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals
    21 Guns – Green Day

    Best Female R&B Vocal Performance
    Lions, Tigers & Bears – Jazmine Sullivan

    Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
    Pretty Wings – Maxwell

    Best Contemporary R&B Album
    I Am… Sasha Fierce – Beyonce

    Best Rap Solo Performance
    Beautiful – Eminem

    Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
    Dead And Gone – T.I. and Justin Timberlake

    Best Country Album
    Fearless – Taylor Swift

    Best Comedy Album
    Suckin’ It For the Holidays – Kathy Griffin

    Best Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media
    Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince – Nicholas Hooper, composer

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