First-round Grammy casting a ballot is presently in progress, and going through October tenth. As a feature of our 2020 Grammy see. We’re saying something with our expectations for who will be selected. And our picks for who should win in six significant classes. Grammy voters will in general reward foundation heavies to the detriment of youthful principle breakers. This year they can do both, on the grounds that the standard breakers are the foundation. From Lil Nas X moving from TikTok to the highest point of the graphs. To Billie Eilish transforming her adolescent goth dreams into world-owning hits.Grammy Awards 2020 Live Stream
Predicting the Nominees in Six Major Categories For Grammy 2020
Album of the Year
Taylor Swift Lover
Lizzo Cuz I Love You
Ariana Grande Thank U, Next
Chance the Rapper The Big Day
Ed Sheeran Collaborations: #6
Taylor Quick’s Grammy run is about remarkable for somebody still in her twenties. Her last collection, Notoriety, was unduly scorned in 2018, regardless of being the greatest dealer of that year, and it’s difficult to envision the voters making the equivalent blown call once more.
Song of the Year
Taylor Swift “ME!”
Lil Nas X “Old Town Road”
Ariana Grande “Thank U, Next”
Lizzo “Truth Hurts”
Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello “Señorita”
Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello Ordinarily, the Grammys botch Collection of the Year. This year, notwithstanding, we think they’ll punt the Best Tune class, defaulting to Mendes and Cabello’s sweet-however safe hit even with such huge numbers of other weighty choices
Best Country Album
Eric Church Desperate Man
Vince Gill Okie
Maren Morris Girl
Pistol Annies Interstate Gospel
George Strait Honky Tonk Time Machine
Maren Morris A year ago, Morris scored six noms in the nation and pop classes with her presentation collection, Legend. Its development, Young lady — which consolidates irresistible pop smarts, engaging verses, and sharp nation songcraft — ought to be ready to improve.
Best Latin Pop Album
Rosalía El Mal Querer
Luis Fonsi Vida
Alejandro Sanz #ElDisco
Mon Laferte Norma
Ximena Sariñana ¿Dónde Bailarán Las Niñas?
Rosalía The agonizing Spanish flamenco star turned into an avant-pop princess apparently medium-term with her R&B-arched second LP. In the wake of clearing two Latin Grammys for her 2018 single, “Malamente,” she’s prepared to smoke her veteran challenge at the current year’s show.