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9 facts about the 2022 Grammy Awards
« : 03 Апреля 2022, 20:36:36 »
The Grammy Awards have arrived indeed, following a three-month delay because of the flood of Covid cases in the US.

The ritzy function is generally charged as "music's greatest evening" - which covers both the size of the occasion and its psyche desensitizing length.

The first honors will be given out in Quite a while Vegas at 12:30 on Sunday, an apoplexy inciting eight hours before the collection of the year prize is introduced at 20:30 nearby time (04:30 in the UK).

There are 70 classifications altogether, with everybody from Lady Gaga to Barack Obama on the designations list.

Dissimilar to last year's more modest occasion, which included a combination of live and pre-recorded exhibitions, the 2022 service will be a more ordinary show - with Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X, Carrie Underwood, Silk Sonic and Olivia Rodrigo all making that big appearance at the MGM Grand Arena.

Entertainer Trevor Noah will have for the subsequent time.

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1) Voters needed to pay attention to A LOT of music
Very nearly 22,000 melodies and collections were submitted for thought for this present year, bringing about waitlists for the primary classes being extended from eight to 10 chosen people interestingly.

"We're living in a period of uncommon development in music," made sense of Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason, Jr. "North of 60,000 melodies daily are being delivered. With a lot more music accessible. There's significantly more greatness to perceive and celebrate."

2) Olivia Rodrigo is the one to beat
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Disney entertainer turned pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo is named in the main four classifications as a whole - and she has a fair shot at a decisive victory.

The 19-year-old is for all intents and purposes a lock-in for best new craftsman; and her tasteful separation ditty Drivers License is a solid competitor for tune of the year (which perceives the music and verses) and record of the year (which compensates the creation, exhibitions and designing).

The one class where she could experience inconvenience is collection of the year; where her savvy and energetic presentation collection Sour is facing more complicated, artistically multifaceted works by Jon Batiste, Kanye West and H.E.R.

In the event that Rodrigo brings back home each of the four awards, she'll be just the third craftsman in history to get it done, after Christopher Cross and Billie Eilish.

3) A tune from 1934 is up for record of the year
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Indeed, you read that right. Cole Porter's I Get A Kick Out Of You is one of the 10 tunes in the running for record of the year, because of another cover form by Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett.

It's important for a consecrated Grammy custom of perceiving the privileged few - whether or not their most recent delivery characterized the year in music.

For Bennett's situation, a fitting recognition for a profession has crossed eighty years in clubs and show scenes. The star reported his retirement last year at 95 years old, in the wake of being determined to have Alzheimer's.

4) There'll be accolades for Stephen Sondheim and Taylor Hawkins
What Would We Do Without You? Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim will be recollected in melody during Sunday's function, with exhibitions including Cynthia Erivo, Leslie Odom Jr., Ben Platt and West Side Story star Rachel Zegler.

There are additionally plans to respect Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins at the show - seven days after his troublesome passing at 50 years old.

"We will respect his memory here and there," CBS leader VP of music Jack Sussman told Variety magazine. "We need to sort out the thing is the correct thing to do that is conscious to all interested parties. We're patient. We'll design until the end."

5) Jon who?

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Jazz piano player Jon Batiste has a larger number of assignments than any other individual - 11 altogether, perceiving the two his limit twisting independent collection We Are and the soundtrack to the Pixar film, Soul.

An individual from a New Orleans melodic line, he's maybe most popular as the band chief on Stephen Colbert's US talk show.

Be that as it may, he's been broadly adulated for his presentation collection, which commends many years of dark American music, while recognizing the particular battles individuals of color face.

Coincidentally, just two craftsmen have at any point surpassed that count of 11 designations - Michael Jackson in 1984 and Babyface in 1997.

6) Dua Lipa removed herself from the running
Dua's beast hit Levitating was the greatest selling tune of 2021 in the US; and had spent a record-breaking 70 weeks on the Billboard diagram. Be that as it may, it's totally missing from the Grammy designations.

Assortment magazine affirmed that the melody wasn't submitted for thought, clearly to try not to give acknowledgment to included rapper DaBaby after he made various homophobic remarks a year ago.

7) Drake is as yet boycotting the show
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Drake has won an aggregate of four Grammy Awards
Drake's most recent creation, Certified Lover Boy, had been selected for rap collection, and the single Way 2 Sexy, highlighting Future and Young Thug, was up for rap execution. Yet, he requested the selections to be removed before the democratic period shut, and the Academy regarded his solicitation.

He's a long-lasting pundit of the function - in any event, when he wins. "We play an assessment based sport, not an authentic based sport," he said while getting an honor for God's Plan in 2019. "You previously won in the event that you have individuals singing your tunes in exactly the same words, assuming they're singing in your old neighborhood. You're now winning, you needn't bother with this here."

Additionally missing is The Weeknd, who is declining to partake in the Grammys in the wake of being reprimanded the year before.

Ariana Grande and Doja Cat additionally declined to present their two part harmonies with the star for grants, in an obvious demonstration of fortitude. However, Kanye West didn't get the reminder: His single Hurricane, which includes The Weeknd and Lil Baby, made it onto the best melodic rap tune waitlist.

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8) Kanye West has been asked not to perform
At the point when the Grammy assignments were declared last year, Kanye West got five gestures, including collection of the year for his diverse, scattershot tenth collection Donda.

It resembled the unfolding of another time. West had for quite some time been a pundit of the service's under-portrayal of dark craftsmen and, in 2020, shot himself peeing on one of his 22 Grammy grants.

In any case, fourteen days before the show, coordinators told the star his arranged presentation couldn't go on because of his "concerning on the web conduct", Variety magazine revealed.

That seems to have incorporated the arrival of a vivified music video that depicted the hijacking and entombment of a figure who looks like Pete Davidson - the US joke artist who is dating West's ex Kim Kardashian; and an Instagram post that utilized a racial slur to portray Grammys have Trevor Noah.

At the hour of composing, nonetheless, West is as yet welcome to the service. Blue pencils will float anxiously over the quiet button in the event that he will give a discourse.

9) The Academy actually isn't completely energetic about BTS
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In spite of having the greatest selling melody on the planet last year - the Michael Jackson-obligated summer song of devotion Butter - South Korean pop band BTS are just selected for one honor: Best pop team/bunch execution.

Last year, they lost that classification to Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande and their two part harmony Rain On Me. Crazy could end up being their defeat again in 2022, with her Tony Bennett coordinated effort likewise shortlisted for the award.

The BTS Army had expected to reassure themselves with an exhibition by the boyband - however even that examines risk, after individuals Jungkook and J-Hope tried positive for Covid-19.

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Re: 9 facts about the 2022 Grammy Awards
« Ответ #1 : 03 Апреля 2022, 20:37:18 »
Olivia Rodrigo has arisen as the leader for the following year's Grammy Awards, with selections in every one of the four of the fundamental classifications.

The 18-year-old is up for best collection, best new craftsman, record of the year and tune of the year, for Drivers License.

She faces contest from Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X in those classifications, with the exception of best new craftsman.

Abba likewise accepted their very first Grammy selection in the record of the year class.

The Swedish band are perceived for their clashing rebound single, I Still Have Faith In You, which was delivered in September.

Taylor Swift likewise gets her second successive collection of the year selection, for Evermore. She won the honor recently for its buddy collection, Folklore.

English artists are somewhat slender on the ground, yet Ed Sheeran's Bad Habits is up for melody of the year; while Arlo Parks and Glass Animals make the waitlist for best new craftsman.

Coldplay likewise accept their 36th Grammy gesture, for the single Higher Power (best pop gathering execution) and Paul McCartney is perceived for his lockdown collection McCartney III (best stone collection) and the track Find My Way (best stone melody).

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Jon Batiste, most popular as the console player on Stephen Colbert's US visit show, got the most designations by and large
Albeit somewhat obscure in the UK, the jazz keyboardist Jon Batiste drives the designations, with 11 altogether - perceiving the two his diverse independent collection We Are and the soundtrack to the Pixar film, Soul.

An individual from a New Orleans melodic administration, the artist says it is "difficult to express" how he feels following the news. "It's awe, shock, amazement, thankfulness."

Justin Bieber, Doja Cat and H.E.R. follow Batiste with eight designations each. Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo are not far behind with seven.

"Many dreams have materialized for me this year yet this one is likely the most significant," expressed Rodrigo on learning of her designation.

"This is unbelievable!" added Billie Eilish, who could establish a standard by winning her third successive record of the year grant for Happier Than Ever.

"Such astonishing news to awaken to. I could shout."

Billie Eilish with her Grammy grants
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Eilish as of now has seven Grammy grants
In the mean time, Korean pop sensation BTS pass up the fundamental classes, getting a solitary assignment for pop couple/bunch execution.

The gathering's beast hit Butter, which burned through 10 weeks at number one in the US, is selected close by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga's I Get A Kick Out Of You, Justin Bieber's Lonely, Coldplay's Higher Power and Doja Cat's Kiss Me More.

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Re: 9 facts about the 2022 Grammy Awards
« Ответ #2 : 03 Апреля 2022, 20:37:44 »
The current year's polling form additionally makes Jay-Z the most-selected craftsman in Grammy history.

He had been attached with incredible record maker Quincy Jones on 80, yet floods ahead with three new assignments, remembering two for the best rap tune class, for coordinated efforts with DMX and Kanye West.

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The chosen people were declared at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning, with assistance from Billie Eilish, H.E.R., Eurovision victors Måneskin and BTS themselves.

With just about 22,000 melodies and collections submitted for thought, the waitlists in the fundamental classes were extended from eight to 10 candidates interestingly.

"We're living in a period of unprecedented development in music," made sense of Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason, Jr. "More than 60,000 melodies daily are being delivered. With quite a lot more music accessible. There's much more greatness to perceive and celebrate."

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BTS impacted the world forever as the primary K-Pop demonstration to acquire a Grammy assignment last year
The Grammys likewise rolled out clearing improvements to their standards for 2022, after The Weeknd was dubiously closed out of the current year's honors.

Coordinators consequently rejected many unknown advisory groups that been able to overrule votes in 72 of the 86 classifications, permitting average citizens to pick the waitlists all things being equal.

Hidden in mystery, the advisory groups had been blamed for vote-apparatus, partiality and bigotry. A few high profile craftsmen including Drake, Frank Ocean and The Weeknd himself, boycotted late functions in fight.

The change appears to have supported the possibilities of craftsmen with wide allure, for example, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, whose two part harmonies collection Love For Sale produced six designations.

Who is Olivia Rodrigo?
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The star is a lone youngster, who began singing when she was in kindergarten in Temecula, California
This time last year, Olivia Rodrigo was most popular as the star of the Disney series High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.

Then, in January, half a month prior to her eighteenth birthday celebration, she delivered the lovelorn piano anthem Drivers License - which turned into a moment, however natural, worldwide hit.

The youngster followed it up with Sour, an introduction collection roused by a similar disaster (supposedly her Disney co-star Joshua Bassett).

Exhibiting her penetrating, exact verses and intelligently cultivated songwriting, it saw her hailed as "pop's freshest symbol" and hit number one on the two sides of the Atlantic.

In its unremittingly hooky ensembles, Sour embraced Rodrigo's melodic motivations, from Taylor Swift to Paramore. The two specialists later got composing credits for their impact, and consequently share her collection of the year selection.

Assuming that Rodrigo clears all of the "large four" classifications next January, she'll be just the third individual in history to do as such, after Christopher Cross and Billie Eilish.

Yet, she faces fierce opposition from Bruno Mars' flawlessly created soul band Silk Sonic and, obviously, from Swift herself.

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Re: 9 facts about the 2022 Grammy Awards
« Ответ #3 : 03 Апреля 2022, 20:38:20 »
Who didn't get an assignment?
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Dua Lipa declined to present her hit single Levitating for an honor
This year, the Grammys are really perceiving a 13-month time span, from 1 September, 2020, to 30 September, 2021.

All things being equal, that standards out a portion of pop's greatest new collections, including Adele's 30, Ed Sheeran's = and Abba's Voyage.

Additionally missing is The Weeknd, who is declining to partake in the Grammys subsequent to being censured the year before. Ariana Grande and Doja Cat additionally declined to present their two part harmonies with the star for grants, in an obvious demonstration of fortitude. Yet, Kanye West didn't get the update: His single Hurricane, which includes The Weeknd and Lil Baby, made it onto the best melodic rap tune waitlist.

Taylor Swift additionally kept her re-recorded rendition of Fearless from thought. The first, delivered in 2008, is itself a collection of the year champ.

Also, Dua Lipa neglected to present her 4x-platinum graph hit Levitating, evidently to try not to perceive highlighted rapper DaBaby after he offered homophobic remarks recently.

Country star Morgan Wallen likewise neglected to get a selection in the wake of being shot utilizing a racial slur recently.

The vocalist, whose collection Dangerous is the greatest selling nation record of 2021, was governed ineligible at the Academy of Country Music Awards, however had been permitted to enter the Grammys, just for citizens to disregard him for behaves like Chris Stapleton and Sturgill Simpson.

How has the democratic changed for the current year?
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Kacey Musgraves has fought at being moved from the country class to the (more aggressive) pop field
The Grammys are apparently settled by the 12,000 democratic individuals from the Recording Academy.

Yet, for a really long time they were regulated by a shadowy gathering of "secret advisory groups", who reduced the main 20 finalists in every classification to the last waitlist of somewhere in the range of five and eight candidates.

Those councils were blamed for defilement and insider managing, most outstandingly by removed Recording Academy CEO Deborah Dugan, who said votes had been overruled and craftsmen advanced onto waitlists without merit (the Academy referred to her claims as "completely bogus").

It reached a critical stage this time last year, when R&B vocalist The Weeknd was ignored in the selections list, regardless of his single Blinding Lights having become one of the most mind-blowing selling melodies of the century.

"The Grammys stay bad," he tweeted accordingly. "You owe me, my fans, and the business straightforwardness."

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In April, the Grammys reported the boards would be rejected; with standard electors getting to choose the waitlists in each classification - including the "huge four": Song of the year, record of the year, best new craftsman and best collection.

All things considered, the honors have figured out how to work up debate, on account of a different gathering of boards: The controlling councils, who conclude which prizes specialists are qualified for.

The Nashville screening advisory group concluded that Star-Crossed, the most recent record by country whiz (and 2018 collection of the year victor) Kacey Musgraves was really a pop collection, not country.

Musgraves answered on Instagram with her center fingers raised. "You can remove the young lady from the nation (class), yet you can't remove the country from the young lady," she composed.

Eventually, the collection neglected to get a solitary designation in the more aggressive pop field. The single Camera Roll, nonetheless, slipped into the best down home melody waitlist.

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Re: 9 facts about the 2022 Grammy Awards
« Ответ #4 : 03 Апреля 2022, 20:38:54 »
In front of the current year's Grammys, electors confronted a decision between records that drew in with the rest of the world and ones that withdrew from reality.

The two methodologies were substantial. Fight tunes like Beyoncé's Black Parade and H.E.R's I Can't Breathe felt as important to enduring 2020 as the idealism of Taylor Swift's quarantine collection Folklore or Dua Lipa's disco creation Future Nostalgia.

Eventually, the Grammys gave both equivalent weight. Quick won collection of the year; H.E.R. won record of the year. Dua Lipa won best pop collection; Beyoncé won best R&B execution.

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The dynamic went on all through the show, with a progression of exhibitions that stressed how music had, in the expressions of host Trevor Noah, "contacted our lives and saved our spirits over this phenomenal year".

Another vibe
Thus we saw Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion playing out a controlled yet some way or even another unseemly form of WAP not long before Lil Baby conveyed his burning Black Lives Matter song of devotion The Bigger Picture.

One of the night's most remarkable minutes, The Bigger Picture opened with an emotional re-establishment of Rayshard Brooks' shooting by Atlanta Police officials last June, and joined an ardent discourse from US lobbyist Tamika Mallory.

"President Biden, we request equity, value, strategy and all the other things that opportunity includes," she pronounced. "What's more, to achieve this, we don't require partners. We really want associates."

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Lil Baby's politically-charged set was one of the most rough and convincing snapshots of the function
It was one of only a handful of exceptional huge set-pieces on a night that dumped the Grammys' distraction with razzmatazz, movement and vocal theatricality, and had a go at a novel, new thing - performers playing their tunes.

What's more, learn to expect the unexpected. It worked.

This was the most convincing and watchable Grammys in years. Every one of the uncomfortable silences and bum notes that normally plague the service were no more. All things being equal, we got to see Harry Styles stroll through a staggeringly loosened up interpretation of Watermelon Sugar, and Danielle Haim work the hell out of her drums on an energetic rendition of The Steps.

Obviously, the makers were constrained into this set-up. Pandemic limitations implied they could never have huge number of artists or those brand name "Grammy minutes" where 25 individuals sing a strange accolade for The Kids From Fame (this really happened the year before).

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All things being equal, groups were organized surrounded by stages inside LA's Convention Center, observing each other play at a protected distance. Like clockwork or thereabouts, new specialists were rearranged in, from Lionel Richie to Miranda Lambert to Doja Cat.

It caused the show to feel private and new - something it has required for quite a while.

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Re: 9 facts about the 2022 Grammy Awards
« Ответ #5 : 03 Апреля 2022, 20:39:24 »
A great deal of the credit goes to Ben Winston, who took throughout from long-term show-sprinter Ken Ehrlich last year. The British maker, who notably conveyed the "Adele second" at the 2011 Brits, said his desire was to cause the show to look like an "Convent Road studio meeting" motivated by the TV programs he looked as a youngster, including TFI Friday and Later... With Jools Holland.

Ideally he can hold his nerve and bring a similar feeling of suddenness and importance to the following year's show, regardless of whether it returns to a more ordinary arrangement.

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Winston additionally ensured the function tended to the difficulties the music business has looked throughout the most recent year. A portion of the honors were introduced by representatives of music settings that have been left vacant by the pandemic. Every one of them had a similar message.

"Whenever the entryways are at last ready to open once more, it'll be like, 'alright, I can inhale once more'," said Rachelle Erratchu, of LA's incredible Troubador club.

A similarly powerful second was the Grammys presentation of Mickey Guyton - the main dark female country artist endorsed to a significant name - singing her melody Black Like Me.

"It's a hard life enjoying the good life/Just white painted picket wall far as may be obvious/If you think we live in the place where there is the free/You ought to attempt to be dark like me."

Her unobtrusively rebellious melody of obstruction felt particularly applicable when the blue grass music industry is battling to resolve its concerns with race and predisposition.

Simply last month, top rated country vocalist Morgan Wallace was suspended by his record mark after a video of him utilizing a racial slur arose on the web - yet his collection stays at the highest point of the US graphs. Guyton is one of only a handful of exceptional to freely reprimand him, tweeting: "The disdain runs profound."

The Grammys have battled with racial and orientation inclination themselves as of late.

There is a particular and legitimate discernment that rap, R&B and hip-bounce are kept out of the "huge four" classes - best new craftsman, tune of the year, record of the year and collection of the year.

That has prompted specialists like Drake, Frank Ocean and Kanye West boycotting the function before. This year, they were joined constantly, who was scorned in the selections notwithstanding having one of the year's top of the line records.

Megan Thee Stallion's triumph in the best new craftsman classification might assist with consoling performers that hip-jump isn't being neglected - however a plainly stunned Billie Eilish noticed that her triumph in the record of the year classification ought to have gone rather to Megan's breakout single Savage.

"This is truly humiliating for me," she said. "Megan, young lady... I planned to compose a discourse about how you merit this however at that point I was like, 'It's basically impossible that they will pick me.'

"You merit this. You had a year that I believe is relentless. You are a sovereign. I ponder you continually... You merit it."

Eilish's discourse had reverberations of 2017, when Adele was floored to have beaten Beyoncé in the collection of the year classification.

"I couldn't realistically acknowledge this honor," she said. "My craftsman of my life is Beyoncé. What's more, [her] collection to me, the Lemonade collection, is simply so fantastic."

It was a second that I May Destroy You author and star Michaela Coel called "a straight to the point affirmation of honor".

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Billie Eilish looked stunned to win the record of the year class
This Sunday, Beyoncé turned into the most-granted lady in Grammy history - yet it's recognizable that she hasn't had a triumph in any of the large four classes since Single Ladies won melody of the year in 2010.

Regarding orientation portrayal, be that as it may, the Grammys have switched course starting around 2018, as the need might have arisen "move forward" if they needed to win grants.

Ladies cleared the "large four" this year, while Megan Thee Stallion turned into the main female victor of the best rap melody prize since its initiation in 2004.

"There's been a ton of female strengthening and loads of ladies are winning honors this evening," said Dua Lipa behind the stage subsequent to winning best pop collection. "Feeling that energy's been totally astonishing."

"Music truly assisted a ton of us with getting past the pandemic," she said, tolerating her best rap melody prize.

"So a holler to every individual who was here today - on the grounds that a great deal of these melodies truly pushed us the entire way through."
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