Grammy Predictions 2020: Beyoncé, Ariana Grande, Woman Gaga And Billie Eilish For Album Of The Year

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Grammy eligibility officially ended just a few days ago, so that means that everything that can be nominated for the upcoming ceremony has already been released. Looking back at which albums were the most successful commercially and which titles critics and fans loved the most, there are a few names that stand out as potential winners, while others will likely earn a spot in this field, even if they don’t seem to stand the same shot at coming out on top.

Here are my eight choices for Album of the Year, as well as several other potential nominees.

Probable Nominees

Anderson Paak – Ventura

Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next

Beyoncé – Homecoming: The Live Album

Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

Khalid – Free Spirit

Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born

Solange – When I Get Home

Taylor Swift – Lover

Lady Gaga’s A Star Is Born soundtrack has already collected Grammys and an Oscar, but due to when it was released, the full-length is eligible this time around, and it’s unlikely that voters have forgotten about it. Grande is due for an AOTY nom, as is Solange, who will likely end up competing against her older sister, whose live album stands a great chance at becoming the extremely rare live recording to earn a slot in this space.

Billie Eilish’s debut album is a lock for a nod and right now leads the pack when it comes to potential winners, and even though her latest was released with only days left in the eligibility period, the Academy doesn’t often skip over Taylor Swift.

Potential Other Nominees

There are quite a few other full-lengths that could end up earning a spot instead of a few of the titles posted above. New sets from pop and rock favorites like The 1975 (A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships), Ed Sheeran (No.6 Collaborations Project) and Vampire Weekend (Father of the Bride) as well as hip-hop talents such as 21 Savage I Am > I Was) and Chance the Rapper (The Big Day) might be included.

Strong and successful debuts from the likes of Ella Mai (a self-titled effort) and Maggie Rogers (Heard It in a Past Life) could earn love, and several compilations that accompanied films (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Beyoncé’s The Lion King: The Gift) are possible contenders as well.

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Grammy eligibility formally ended just a few days back, so that indicates that whatever that can be nominated for the upcoming event has already been released. Recalling at which albums were the most effective commercially and which titles critics and fans loved the most, there are a couple of names that stick out as prospective winners, while others will likely earn a spot in this field, even if they don’t appear to stand the very same chance at triumphing.

Here are my eight options for Album of the Year, as well as numerous other prospective candidates.

Probable Nominees

Anderson Paak – Ventura

Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next

Beyoncé – Homecoming: The Live Album

Billie Eilish – When All Of Us Go to sleep, Where Do We Go?

Khalid – Free Spirit

Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born

Solange- When I Get Home

Taylor Swift – Lover

Woman Gaga’sA Star Is Born soundtrack has actually already gathered Grammys and an Oscar, but due to when it was launched, the full-length is qualified this time around, and it’s unlikely that citizens have actually forgotten about it. Grande is due for an AOTY nom, as is Solange, who will likely wind up completing versus her older sibling, whose live album stands a great possibility at becoming the exceptionally uncommon live recording to earn a slot in this area.

Billie Eilish’s debut album is a lock for a nod and right now leads the pack when it comes to possible winners, and although her newest was released with only days left in the eligibility period, the Academy doesn’t typically skip over Taylor Swift.

Possible Other Nominees

There are numerous other full-lengths that could end up earning an area rather of a few of the titles published above. New sets from pop and rock favorites like The 1975 ( A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships), Ed Sheeran ( No. 6 Collaborations Job) and Vampire Weekend ( Dad of the Bride-to-be) as well as hip-hop skills such as 21 Savage I Am > I Was) and Possibility the Rap Artist ( The Wedding Day) might be consisted of.

Strong and successful launchings from the likes of Ella Mai (a self-titled effort) and Maggie Rogers ( Heard It in a Past Life) might make love, and numerous compilations that accompanied movies ( Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Beyoncé’s The Lion King: The Present) are possible competitors too.

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Grammy eligibility formally ended simply a few days back, so that means that everything that can be nominated for the upcoming ceremony has actually currently been launched. Looking back at which albums were the most successful commercially and which titles critics and fans liked the most, there are a couple of names that stand out as prospective winners, while others will likely make an area in this field, even if they don’t seem to stand the same shot at triumphing.

Here are my eight choices for Album of the Year, along with numerous other possible candidates.

Probable Candidates

Anderson Paak – Ventura

Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next

Beyoncé – Homecoming: The Live Album

Billie Eilish – When All Of Us Drop off to sleep, Where Do We Go?

Khalid – Free Spirit

Woman Gaga & Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born

Solange – When I Get Home

Taylor Swift – Fan

Woman Gaga’s A Star Is Born soundtrack has actually already gathered Grammys and an Oscar, but due to when it was released, the full-length is eligible this time around, and it’s unlikely that citizens have ignored it. Grande is due for an AOTY nom, as is Solange, who will likely end up completing versus her older sis, whose live album stands a great chance at ending up being the extremely unusual live recording to earn a slot in this area.

Billie Eilish’s debut album is a lock for a nod and right now leads the pack when it concerns prospective winners, and although her newest was released with only days left in the eligibility duration, the Academy does not often skip over Taylor Swift.

Prospective Other Candidates

There are quite a couple of other full-lengths that might end up making an area instead of a few of the titles published above. New sets from pop and rock favorites like The 1975 ( A Brief Query Into Online Relationships ), Ed Sheeran ( No. 6 Collaborations Project ) and Vampire Weekend ( Father of the Bride ) as well as hip-hop talents such as 21 Savage I Am > I Was ) and Possibility the Rapper ( The Huge Day ) might be consisted of.

Strong and successful debuts from the similarity Ella Mai (a self-titled effort) and Maggie Rogers ( Heard It in a Past Life ) could earn love, and several collections that accompanied movies ( Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Beyoncé’s The Lion King: The Gift ) are possible contenders as well.

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Angie Ronson

Angie Ronson is Editor-in-Chief at THRS. She covers the transformative impact of new technology on all sectors.