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POLL: Who should win a Grammy in 2021?

Awards season is upon us. The 63rd GRAMMY Awards will air on Sunday, March 14, 2021, on CBS, and we want to know who you think will win. But in addition to just ranking your favorites from top to bottom, here is some “Did you know?” tech news, too.

  • Question of

    Record of the Year

    • Beyonce “Black Parade”
    • Black Pumas “Colors”
    • DaBaby Featuring Roddy Ricch “Rockstar
    • Doja Cat “Say So”
    • Billie Eilish “Everything I Wanted”
    • Dua Lipa “Don’t Start Now”
    • Post Malone “Circles”
    • Megan Thee Stallion Featuring Beyoncé “Savage”
  • Question of

    Album Of The Year

    • Jhené Aiko “Chilombo”
    • Black Pumas “Black Pumas (Deluxe Edition)”
    • Coldplay “Everyday Life”
    • Jacob Collier “Djesse Vol.3”
    • Haim “Women in Music Pt. III”
    • Dua Lipa “Future Nostalgia”
    • Post Malone “Hollywood’s Bleeding”
    • Taylor Swift “Folklore”
  • Question of

    Song Of The Year

    • “Black Parade”
    • “The Box”
    • “Cardigan”
    • “Circles”
    • “Don’t Start Now”
    • “Everything I Wanted”
    • “I Can’t Breathe”
    • “If the World Was Ending”
  • Question of

    Best New Artist

    • Ingrid Andress
    • Phoebe Bridgers
    • Megan Thee Stallion
    • Chika
    • Kaytranada
    • Doja Cat
    • D Smoke
    • Noah Cyrus
  • Question of

    Best Contemporary Instrumental Album

    • Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah “Axiom”
    • Jon Batiste “Chronology of a Dream: Live at the Village Vanguard”
    • Black Violin “Take the Stairs”
    • Grégoire Maret, Romain Collin and Bill Frisell “Americana”
    • Snarky Puppy “Live at the Royal Albert Hall”
  • Question of

    Best Traditional R&B Performance

    • The Baylor Project Featuring Jean Baylor & Marcus Baylor “Sit On Down”
    • Chloe X Halle “Wonder What She Thinks of Me”
    • Mykal Kilgore “Let Me Go”
    • Ledisi “Anything for You”
    • Yebba “Distance”
  • Question of

    Best R&B Performance

    • Jhené Aiko Featuring John Legend “Lightning & Thunder”
    • Beyonce “Black Parade”
    • Jacob Collier Featuring Mahalia & Ty Dolla $ign “All I Need”
    • Brittany Howard “Goat Head”
    • Emily King “See Me”
  • Question of

    Best Rap Performance

    • Big Sean Featuring Nipsey Hussle “Deep Reverence”
    • Da Baby “BOP”
    • Jack Harlow “What’s Poppin’?”
    • Lil Baby “The Bigger Picture”
    • Megan Thee Stallion Featuring Beyoncé “Savage”
    • Pop Smoke “Dior”
  • Question of

    Best Rap Album

    • D Smoke “Black Habits”
    • Freddie Gibbs & The Alchemist “Alfredo”
    • Jay Electronica “A Written Testimony”
    • Nas “King’s Disease”
    • Royce 5’9 “The Allegory”
  • Question of

    Best Contemporary Blues Album

    • Fantastic Negrito “Have You Lost Your Mind Yet?”
    • Ruthie Foster Big Band “Live at the Paramount”
    • G. Love “The Juice”
    • Bettye LaVette “Blackbirds”
    • North Mississippi Allstars “Up and Rolling”

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Written by Shamontiel L. Vaughn

Shamontiel (pronounced ShÉ™ mawn T L) Latrice Vaughn is a full-time, freelance editor and (copy)writer via Upwork. The Chicago native has 15 years of combined publishing experience in journalism (Chicago Defender, Chicago Tribune, CBS Chicago, Yahoo! Contributor Network); print and online editing (Kaplan Financial, Sun-Times Network); website building and editing; and social media marketing. She is also the author of two novels ("Round Trip" and "Change for a Twenty," written during her undergraduate and grad school days). When she's not reading, writing or editing, Shamontiel is almost always busy working as a condo association president and Toastmasters president.


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