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Grammy Predictions

If Adele beats Beyonce in any category: Several variations of “crusty mayo stain bitch” and screaming about appropriation

If David Bowie beats Beyonce for Best Rock Performance: “LITERALLY A PEDOPHILE!!1!!”

If a male beats Beyonce for Best Urban Contemporary Album: “Something something something sexism.”

Prediction that is 100% guaranteed to be true: no matter who wins anything that night, Tumblr and the Beyonce fans are going to be absolutely insufferable.

Beyoncé leads the 2017 Grammy Awards with 9 nominations:

- Album Of The Year - LEMONADE
- Record Of The Year - Formation
- Song Of The Year - Formation
- Best Rock Performance - Don’t Hurt Yourself
- Best Pop Solo Performance - Hold Up
- Best Music Video - Formation
- Best Rap/Sung Performance - Freedom
- Best Urban Contemporary Album - LEMONADE
- Best Music Film - LEMONADE

Lauryn Hill is the Last Black Woman to win the Grammy for Album Of The Year for “The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill” in 1999. It’s now 2017 which marks 18 years since this happened and your telling me out of all the great music Black people have been putting out for all those years the Grammys just had keep giving the biggest awards to white mediocre artists. Black people birthed all these genres of music yet we can’t be recognized for our talents instead they downsized our awards by giving black people Best URBAN contemporary album GRAMMYS or Best R&B/Hip Hop GRAMMYS that all we’re good for now huh?

People didn’t get why I was mad yesterday it’s not that Adele had won Album Of The Year over Beyonce it’s the simple fact that 18 years ago Lauryn Hill was the LAST black woman to win that award and black people of have been nominated in the category for the last 18 years and still hasn’t won the award despite all the great ass music black people have been putting out.

Rihanna receives 8 GRAMMY nominations!

Record of the Year -  “Work” (feat. Drake)

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance - “Work” (feat. Drake)

Best R&B Performance - “Needed Me”

Best R&B Song - “Kiss it Better”

Best Urban Contemporary Album - Anti

Best Rap/Sung Performance - “Famous” (feat. Rihanna)

Best Recording Package - Anti

Album of the Year - Views (as featured artist)

The Recording Academy will present the 59th GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, live from Staples Center in Los Angeles and broadcast on the CBS Television Network from 8–11:30 pm ET/5–8:30 pm PT.

“You Should Be Here” by Kehlani
Nominated for Best Urban Contemporary Album
2016 Grammy Awards

The album artwork is a solid win in our eyes 😍 Sk8-Hi’s on point.