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10 Artists That Were Robbed At The Grammys 2021

10 Artists That Were Robbed At The Grammys 2021

by Daman Duggal on April 02, 2021  in Music

Ever since the nominations were announced in November, netizens have taken it upon them to bring “justice” to some of these artists. While a few artists were vocal about it, some remained silent and the new trend for grammys was that artists were robbed!

Here’s a list of them, don’t lose your shit if your favourite is here, DiCaprio too had to wait for his Oscar.

The Weeknd

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Arguably the most shocking snub this year is The Weeknd. Over 12 months, the 30-year-old singer has been an unstoppable force on the charts. ‘Heartless’ and ‘Blinding Lights’ were both Number 1 singles and After Hours is one of his most critically acclaimed album.

Hayley Williams

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Paramore have only ever been nominated for four Grammy awards so it’s not a surprise to see Hayley Williams get snubbed but that doesn’t make it any less disappointing. Her debut solo album Petals for Armor is easily one of the most interesting and exciting releases of the year.

Rina Sawayama

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Anyone who’s been paying close attention to music lately knows that Rina Sawayama is one of the most important artists in the industry right now. Not only does she push the boundaries of pop on her debut album SAWAYAMA but she also puts on an incredible show. There’s no question that she deserved a Best New Artist nomination.

FKA Twigs

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FKA Twigs never fails to impress and her sophomore album Magadelene was met with pretty much universal critical acclaim. Experimental, emotional and captivating, it had Grammy-nominated record written all over it.

BLACKPINK

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K-Pop is notoriously overlooked at the Grammys. BTS have only just earned their first nomination at the ceremony for their English-language song ‘Dynamite’ and BLACKPINK are nowhere to be seen on this year’s list. With two hit singles in the eligibility period, fans were hoping that they would get some attention or a Best New Artist nomination at least.

Halsey

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The Grammys have a history of overlooking Halsey’s contributions to music and this year is no different. Manic is one of the best-selling albums of 2020 and features hits including ‘Without Me’, ‘Graveyard’ and ‘You should be sad’. It’s unclear why she’s been ignored again

Kehlani

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Kehlani is one of the most consistent voices in R&B right now. Whether she’s releasing hit music of her own or hopping on a feature, fans can’t get enough of her signature tone. Her latest Top 2

Mac Miller

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After being nominated for Best Rap Album for Swimming in 2019, Mac Miller fans were hoping that the late rapper would get a nomination for his posthumous album Circles. The protect received glowing reviews from critics and is regarded by many as one of his best works.

Selena Gomez

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Selena Gomez has never received any Grammy nominations but fans hoped that her first Number 1 single ‘Lose You to Love Me’ would change things. The song featured on many Best Songs of 2019 lists thanks to Selena’s raw vocals. Her latest LP Rare also received the best reviews of her career.

Miley Cyrus

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It’s likely that Miley Cyrus won’t go into full Grammys campaign mode until next year when her new album Plastic Hearts is eligible. However, she did submit ‘Midnight Sky’ in Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance only for it to get snubbed in all three.

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