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Poll: Who Do You Think Will Win The Best Rock Performance GRAMMY? | 2021 GRAMMY Awards Show
Fiona Apple, Big Thief, Phoebe Bridgers, HAIM, Brittany Howard and Grace Potter are the talented nominees for Best Rock Performance at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards—who do you think will take home the golden gramophone?
It's officially March and we're less than two weeks away from the 63rd GRAMMY Awards on March 14! As we approach the Biggest Night In Music, it's a great time to review the nominees list and revisit the songs and albums in the running.
So, for the latest GRAMMY.com poll, we want to know who you think Recording Academy voters will choose for Best Rock Performance. This year's nominees not only had major albums in 2019/2020, they also made history. They are a part of a category in which all nominees are women or in a band fronted by a woman, in the case of Big Thief.
The powerhouse tracks in consideration are "Shameika" by Fiona Apple, "Not" by Big Thief, "Kyoto" by Phoebe Bridgers, "The Steps" by HAIM, "Stay High" by Brittany Howard and "Daylight" by Grace Potter. Vote now in the poll below and read on to hear the tracks.
Make sure to tune in to the 63rd GRAMMY Awards on CBS on Sun., March 14 at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET and the Premiere Ceremony beforehand right here on GRAMMY.com at 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET to celebrate with all the big winners.
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Luis Fonsi To Maluma: Who Will Win Record Of The Year Latin GRAMMY?
Cast your vote. Who will voters choose for Record Of The Year at the 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards?
Including the likes of Shakira and Carlos Vives to Natalia Lafourcade, Marc Anthony, Jesse & Joy, and Alejandro Sanz, the previous Latin GRAMMY winners for Record Of The Year reads like a who's who of Latin music. This year's nominees are no different.
With Rubén Blades' sensual "La Flor De La Canela," Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee's song of the summer "Despacito," Residente's impactful "Guerra," Ricky Martin with Maluma's Vente Pa' Ca," and Jorge Drexler's "El Surco," among others, this year's class of 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards nominees for Record Of The Year is loaded.
Which song do you think will take home the Latin GRAMMY for Record Of The Year? Cast your vote below.
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Poll: From "Dreams" To "The Chain," Which Fleetwood Mac Song Is Your Favorite?
"Dreams" experienced a charming viral moment on TikTok after a man posted a video skateboarding to the classic track, and now it's back on the charts, 43 years later
In honor of Fleetwood Mac's ethereal '70s rock classic "Dreams," which recently returned to the Billboard Hot 100 thanks to a viral TikTok skateboard video from Nathan Apodaca, we want to know which of the legendary group's songs is your favorite!
Beyond their ubiquitous 1977 No. 1 hit "Dreams," there are so many other gems from the iconic GRAMMY-winning album Rumours, as well as across their entire catalog. There's the oft-covered sentimental ballad "Landslide" from their 1975 self-titled album, the jubilant, sparkling Tango in the Night cut "Everywhere" and Stevie Nicks' triumphant anthem for the people "Gypsy," from 1982's Mirage, among many others.
Vote below in our latest GRAMMY.com poll to let us know which you love most.
Burna Boy accepts his 2021 GRAMMY
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Burna Boy Wins Best Global Music Album For 'Twice As Tall' | 2021 GRAMMY Awards Show
The Nigerian powerhouse Burna Boy takes home Best Global Music Album at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony
Burna Boy won Best Global Music Album for Twice As Tall at the Premiere Ceremony of the 63rd GRAMMY Awards. This marks his first career GRAMMY win. They are the first winner of the recently renamed category, formerly known as Best World Music Album. Watch his heart-warming acceptance speech below, given in English and Yoruba.
Later, Burna gave a fire performance to close out the Premiere Ceremony, featuring two Twice As Tall tracks—watch it here.
Stay tuned to GRAMMY.com for all things GRAMMY Awards (including the Premiere Ceremony livestream), and make sure to watch the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show, airing live on CBS and Paramount+ tonight, Sun., March 14 at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.
Check out all the complete 2021 GRAMMY Awards show winners and nominees list here.