Taylor Swift continues her pop domination with the release of “Style” this week. The ephemeral visual is the sultriest one yet from Swift’s highly successful 1989 era, featuring a ridiculously hot dude and some hot fashion from Tay Tay.
The nomination list for Record of the Year at the 2015 Grammys is pretty much an enumeration of the biggest hits of the past 12 months. But there’s one glaring omission–and it’s a pretty significant snub.
Talk about a tight category.
“Song of the Year” is easily one of the most competitive categories at the Grammys this year as all the nominees are big hits and critically acclaimed.
Before we dive in into the new year, I think it’s worth revisiting the year that was. 2014, after all, was a great year.
So here’s a confession: I currently can’t stop listening to Taylor Swift’s 1989. I admit this with some shame because the truth is, I wasn’t a fan of the country superstar until a few weeks ago. It’s not that she used to make bad music—I actually liked some of her older stuff. But this record is more ballsy, more confident, and more grown up than anything she’s ever released. And the music is pretty good, too.
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.”
Photo credit: Beyonce’s Facebook page