SURPRISE: Bebe Rexha and David Guetta
Grammy nominee Bebe Rexha and Grammy award-winner David Guetta are nominated for their collaboration "I'm Good (Blue)". Fun Fact: this song was recorded and remixed years ago, but was only released this year after David teased it during a set and the track went viral on TikTok.
SNUB: Tate McRae
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Our Canadian girl Tate McRae for sure got snubbed this year for a Best New Artist nomination. Her single "She's All I Wanna Be" was a smash hit, not to mention her debut album, I Used to Think I Could Fly , had us ALL in our feels.
SURPRISE: Anitta - Best New Artist
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Brazilian global superstar Anitta has been an icon for years, but thanks to the TikTok viral success of her hit song "Envolver" she became an international star! The song reach No. 1 on the Billboard Global Chart, and her Grammy nomination is well deserved after years of hard work!
SNUB: Jack Harlow - First Class
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While we're happy Jack Harlow is nominated for Best Rap Album, we do feel "First Class" deserved a nomination for Song Of The Year considering it hit No. 1 and had everyone feeling glamourous.
SURPRISE: Sam Smith and Kim Petras - "Unholy"
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"Mommy don't know daddy" earned a Grammy nomination! Sam Smith and Kim Petras earn a Grammy nomination for their No. 1 single, "Unholy". This is Kim Petra's first Grammy nomination, with this being Sam's fifth (winning their last four!)
SNUB: Dove Cameron
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Dove Cameron's queer-inspired track "Boyfriend" climbed the charts this past summer, and we feel it should have earned her a Best New Artist nomination. The singer has since released catchy tracks such as "Breakfast" and "Bad Idea", but perhaps she'll earn a nomination once she releases her debut album.
SNUB: Dua Lipa and Megan Thee Stallion
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Dua Lipa and Megan Thee Stallion are no strangers to the Grammys. So it comes as a big surprise that their collaboration "Sweetest Pie" didn't earn a Best Pop Duo nomination.
SURPRISE: Gayle - "abcdefu"
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New artist, Gayle has earned herself a nomination for Song Of The Year for "abcdefu". ET Canada caught up with the young artist when the song was first gaining waves and we can proudly say she certainly deserved this nomination!
SURPRISE: Camila Cabello and Ed Sheeran - "Bam Bam"
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Camila Cabello's Shawn Mendes-inspired heartbreak track "Bam Bam" featuring none other than Ed Sheeran her earned the duo a nomination for Best Pop Duo.
SNUB: Carrie Underwood
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Carrie Underwood was noticeably absent from all country categories despite having a chart-topping single and a brand new album, Denim & Rhinestones. Justice for Carrie Underwood!
SURPRISE: DJ Khaled - God Did
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DJ Khaled's album, God Did, has earned him a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album, despite being labeled as a hip hop album. The album features the likes of Drake, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend, Fridayy, Kanye West, Eminem, Future, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, 21 Savage, Roddy Ricch, Quavo, Takeoff, SZA and more!
SNUB - BlackPink
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The Grammys has started to embrace the likes of K-Pop and international music with the likes of BTS and many Latin artists. However, many fans feel that global sensation BlackPink was overlooked for any nominations despite the success of their new album, Born Pink.
SURPRISE - ABBA
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ABBA was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album for their recent project, Voyage. This just goes to show the band is going strong even after all these years.
SNUB: Morgan Wallen
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Morgan Wallen has gone to be one of the best-selling country artists in the last few years, and has yet to receive a Grammy nomination. However, considering the controversy surround him and his use of the N-word in a leaked video in early 2021, we feel this snub makes sense.
SNUB - Nicki Minaj
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Nicki had previously made headlines when she expressed her displeasure when her chart-topping song "Super Freaky" was moved from the rap category to pop, despite similar songs remaining in the rap category. "Super Freaky" should have 100 percent been nominated for Best Rap Song of the Year.
NO SURPRISE: Beyoncé, Adele & More!
There are just certain artists for whom we aren't the least bit surprised with all their massive success. From Beyoncé, Adele, Taylor Swift, Harry Styles, Lizzo and many more, these artist have earned all their Grammy noms this year, and honestly we aren't surprised in the slightest!