Listen, we know the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards just occurred. With not even a full month of the calendar year gone, you may be thinking a piece predicting potential 2021 Grammy nominees is a bit presumptuous of us – but hear us out. Thanks to a gaggle of strong full-length albums and chart-topping songs from returning stars and burgeoning supernovas alike, the tail end of 2019 suggests that next year’s Grammy Awards could be even more stacked with its nominations than it was this past year. It’s never a bad time to start thinking about how the 63rd annual ceremonies could play out, so let’s take a critical look at which artists we may see featuring heavily in the nominations when they’re announced in November. Post MaloneWhile the chart-topping “Sunflower” didn’t garner any wins at the 2020 ceremony, judging by the success of Posty’s Hollywood’s Bleeding, there’s a chance you may be seeing the tattooed Texan’s name multiple times again for 2021. His third studio album garnered generally positive reviews, and topped the Billboard 200 albums chart in September 2019. The LP features the hits “Wow,” “Circles,” “Goodbyes,” “Sunflower,” and the Ozzy Osbourne and Travis Scott collab, “Take What You Want,” all of which broke… Read full this story
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