The Grammy has dropped its nominations for 2017 featuring chartbusters Drake, Justin Bieber and Metallica in its list.
Drake holds the worldwide list of top artists in the leading line receiving 8 nods for the year including ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Best Rap Album of the year’. Like last year, this year too Drake holds the nomination for ‘Best Rap Song/Performance’ for his pop song “Hotline Bling” and “Come and See me” for best R&B song.
The Grammy’s holds a total of 8 nominations for Drake including “Work” for Record of the Year and Best Rap Performance (“Pop Style”).
With his music all over the year, Drake also breaks the records of Apple iTunes along with being certified 4 Times Platinum by the RIAA Managing the same Feat for 2016-17.
Following suit, Justin Bieber’s Purpose also receives nominations for ‘Album of the year’ competing with Adele’s 25 and Beyoncé’s Lemonade. Although Purpose was released in the 2015, it still stands nominated after the cut off of the 2016 Grammy ceremony bagging nominations for Best Pop Vocal Album and Song of the year for the song “Love Yourself.
The chart-breaking comeback by Metallica stands true to the real spirit of the band by picking up nominations for “Hardwired…to self destruct” as ‘Rock song of the year’.
The Grammy of 2017, indeed holds a massive competition with some of our favourite artists and albums in the battleground with their amazing numbers.