Live blogging the 2014 GRAMMY awards West Coast time. Here we go!
8:00 PM: “I’ve been drinking, I’ve been drinking…” Beyoncé looks wet—and hot.
8:03 PM: This performance is giving me Partition vibes. Beyoncé nailing her first televised performance of “Drunk In Love.”
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Unlike most years, the 2014 Grammy for Album of the Year is dominated by easily recognizable names. It also covers the most dominant genres of the past year: pop, hip-hop, and dance.
This year’s Record of the Year nominees features five big hits, including three that topped the Billboard Hot 100. But that doesn’t matter because as one of the most prestigious Grammys, this award is based on artistry alone, “without regard to sales or chart position.”
“F For You” is pretty great already, but now it’s getting an infusion of soul as Ms. Mary J. Blige joins Disclosure for a new studio version of the Settle song.
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One of the most prestigious Grammy awards, Song of the Year goes the composers of the song instead of the performer. This year’s nominees are chart heavyweights, making it a particularly difficult category to predict.
BEYONCÉ is a critical and commercial success. It’s also Beyoncé’s best record to date. But some people hate this album from the “Flawless” singer. In my theory, here are some reasons why.