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Billboard MagazineBillboard Magazine

Billboard Magazine December 22, 2018

Written for music industry professionals and fans. Contents provide news, reviews and statistics for all genres of music, including radio play, music video, related internet activity and retail updates.

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United States
Langue:
English
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Prometheus Global Media
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resetting the stage for grammy night

As the Grammy Awards prepare to return to Los Angeles, the nominations for the 61st annual ceremony come at a time of forward motion for The Recording Academy, which is transforming to better reflect the music community it honors. The number of nominees jumps from five to eight in the four general categories, in one of the most sweeping changes since the awards’ introduction in 1959. A new voting cohort will help decide the 2019 winners; in June, The Recording Academy invited 900 new individuals — all of whom are female, people of color and/or under the age of 39 — to join its ranks and build a membership more representative of the creative community. The action was recommended by a 16-member task force established in May and charged with reviewing…

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congratulations to all our grammy nominees

ANDERSON EAST Best American Roots Performance “All On My Mind” BRANDI CARLILE Album Of The Year by the way, I forgive you Record Of The Year “The Joke” Song Of The Year “The Joke” Best American Roots Performance “The Joke” Best American Roots Song “The Joke” Best Americana Album by the way, I forgive you FEVER 333 Best Rock Performance “MADE AN AMERICA” TRIVIUM Best Metal Performance “Betrayer” TWENTY ONE PILOTS Best Rock Song “Jumpsuit” Tyler Joseph, Songwriter Special congratulations to our friends and partners Dave Cobb and Shooter Jennings for their nominations…

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bongratulations on your 5 grammy® nominations

1 ALBUM OF THE YEAR Invasion of Privacy – Cardi B 2 RECORD OF THE YEAR “I Like It” – Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin 3 BEST RAP ALBUM Invasion of Privacy – Cardi B 4 BEST RAP PERFORMANCE “Be Careful” – Cardi B 5 BEST POP DUO/GROUP PERFORMANCE “Girls Like You” – Maroon 5 ft. Cardi B TIME – Best Album of 2018 NY Times – The 28 Best Albums of 2018 NPR – Best Albums of 2018 NPR – Best Songs of 2018 – “I Like It” Billboard – 100 Best Songs of 2018 – “I Like It” Billboard – 50 Best Albums of 2018 Entertainment Weekly – The 20 Best Albums of 2018 Entertainment Weekly - Top Songs of 2018 Refinery29 – The 10 Best Albums of 2018 Esquire – 5 Best Albums of 2018 Esquire – 25 Best Pop Songs of 2018 – “I…

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janelle monáe dirty composer

BILLBOARD 2018 Women in Music – “Trailblazer” Award/50 BEST ALBUMS OF 2018 “Really, there was no record in 2018 more reflective of the conversations echoing through pop culture today.” NPR #1 Album of the Year NEW YORK TIMES Jon Pareles’ #1 ALBUM OF 2018 GLAMOUR 2018 Women of the Year BUZZFEED “JANELLE MONÁE WON 2018” ASSOCIATED PRESS #1 ALBUM OF 2018 MARIE CLAIRE Best Albums of 2018 ROLLING STONE 50 Best Albums of 2018 “It’s a sexy MF-ing masterpiece.” ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY 20 Best Albums of 2018 CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND 2018 ARTIST OF THE YEAR 50 Albums of 2018 “Dirty Computer is the most enjoyable album of 2018.” HOT NEW HIP HOP HOTTEST R&B Albums of 2018 COMPLEX Best Albums of 2018 TIME MAGAZINE 10 Best Albums of 2018 “It’s fiercely - political—and her best work yet.” PAPER 100 Women Revolutionizing Pop NOISEY 100 Best Albums of 2018 “Dirty Computer is a pop paradise that grapples with the intersection of her politics, blackness, and sexuality.” CONGRATULATIONS…

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pop’s identity crisis

Look at the names of the most surprising snubs from the 2018 crop of nominees in the Grammy Awards’ major categories and you’ll notice a recurring theme: Taylor Swift. Ariana Grande. The Carters. Camila Cabello. Even Sam Smith and P!nk. Despite the Big Four categories — album, song and record of the year, and best new artist — expanding from five to eight nominees this year, many of the world’s biggest pop stars are nowhere to be found. And that’s in spite of the fact that, in the past three years, most of the top categories were won almost exclusively by blockbuster pop names like Adele, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran and, yes, Taylor Swift. Big Pop has been left out in the cold at the 2019 Grammys. The major categories have…

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where have all the cowboys gone?

From the beginning, the country music uniform has telegraphed the genre’s evolution. Gene Autry’s 1930s cowboy get-up spoke to country’s down-to-earth roots. Dandier silhouettes worn by Hank Williams in the ’50s developed in tandem with The Nashville Sound, followed by the glitzed-out ’60s and ’70s outfits that channeled Dolly Parton camp. Garth Brooks’ Wranglers-and-Ropers approach signified a return to down-home traditionalism in the ’90s. So with country-pop crossovers becoming a defining trend of 2018, what has become of Music City’s newest cowboys? They’ve gone mainstream. The red carpet at the Country Music Association Awards in November echoed the adventurous textures and contemporary shapes that have flooded broader industry awards shows. Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard was decked out in Versace with punk-leaning chain metal details. Ryan Hurd rocked gold Dolce & Gabbana,…

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