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Artists’ Reactions To The 65th GRAMMY Nominations

Artists’ Reactions To The 65th GRAMMY Nominations

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GRAMMY season is now in full swing, and the Recording Academy just announced their nominations on Tuesday, November 15, 2022. Fans have been anxiously awaiting this day to see if their favorite artists received nominations for a GRAMMY. Here is our summary and highlights of the nominations, including some artists’ reactions!

General Field

For Record Of The Year, these artists were nominated: ABBA for ‘Don’t Shut Me Down,’ Adele for ‘Easy On Me,’ Beyoncé for ‘Break My Soul,’ Mary J. Blige for ‘Good Morning Gorgeous,’ Brandi Carlile for ‘You And Me On The Rock,’ Doja Cat for ‘Woman,’ Steve Lacy for ‘Bad Habit,’ Kendrick Lamar for ‘The Heart Part 5,’ Lizzo for ‘About Damn Time,’ and Harry Styles for ‘As It Was.’

Our fave reaction had to go to Doja, for just being Doja! “Yes” queen, “yes!”

Doja Cat
Image Source: Doja Cat via Twitter

For Album Of The Year, these artists were nominated: ABBA for Voyage, Adele for 30, Bad Bunny for Un Verano Sin Ti, Beyoncé for RENAISSANCE, Mary J. Blige for Good Morning Gorgeous, Brandi Carlile for In These Silent Days, Coldplay for Music Of The Spheres, Kendrick Lamar for Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, Lizzo for Special, and Harry Styles for Harry’s House.

Our best and boldest reaction has to be from the one and only Bad Bunny. Because nothing says “flex” like celebrating your album’s nomination, than just tweeting your album’s name. It might have been “a summer without you” but it’s certainly not gonna be the 65th Annual GRAMMYs without Bad Bunny!

Bad Bunny
Image Source: Bad Bunny via Twitter

For Song Of The Year, these artists were nominated: GAYLE for ‘abcdefu,’ Adele for ‘Easy On Me,’ Beyoncé for ‘Break My Soul,’ Taylor Swift for ‘All Too Well (10 Minute Version),’ DJ Khaled for ‘GOD DID,’ Bonnie Raitt for ‘Just Like That,’ Steve Lacy for ‘Bad Habit,’ Kendrick Lamar for ‘The Heart Part 5,’ Lizzo for ‘About Damn Time,’ and Harry Styles for ‘As It Was.’

Imagine waking up to find out you’ve received 6 GRAMMY nominations. That would be us if we had musical talent. We love Lizzo and this epic reaction!

Image Source: Lizzo via Twitter

For Best New Artist, these artists were nominated: Anitta, Omar Apollo, DOMi & JD Beck, Muni Long, Samara Joy, Latto, Måneskin, Tobe Nwigwe, Molly Tuttle, and Wet Leg.

It was emotions all around for Omar Apollo! Same here Omar, same.

Omar Apollo
Image Source: Omar Apollo via Twitter

Pop

There are four awards in this category: Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, and Best Pop Vocal Album. Some notable nominations in this category included Camila Cabello for ‘BAM BAM,’ Coldplay & BTS for ‘My Universe,’ Harry Styles for both ‘As It Was’ and Harry’s House, Sam Smith & Kim Petras for ‘Unholy,’ and Diana Ross for ‘Thank You.’

Camilla Cabello stunned us with her reaction fit. It’s giving dark academia, and it’s also giving four time GRAMMY nominee!

Camila Cabello
Image Source: Camila Cabello via Twitter

Dance/Electronic Music

There are two awards in this category: Best Dance/Electronic Recording and Best Dance/Electronic Music Album. Some notable nominations in this category included Diplo & Miguel for ‘Don’t Forget My Love,’ David Guetta & Bebe Rexha for ‘I’m Good (Blue),’ and ODESZA for The Last Goodbye.

Who had Diplo swamp era to celebrate his GRAMMY nomination, on their 2022 calendar?

Diplo
Image Source: diplo via Twitter

Alternative

There are two awards in this category: Best Alternative Music Performance and Best Alternative Music Album. Some notable nominations in this category included Artic Monkeys for ‘There’d Better Be A Mirrorball,’ Florence + The Machine for ‘King,’ Wet Leg for Wet Leg, and Björk for Fossora.

Our Alternative category reaction has to go to Wet Leg! “Peepeepoopoo” to you too Wet Leg, we’re ecstatic for you. If you need help carrying those 127 gramophones, just give us a call.

Wet Leg
Image Source: Wet Leg via Twitter

R&B

There are five awards in this category: Best R&B Performance, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Song, Best Progressive R&B Album, and Best R&B Album. Some notable nominations in this category included Muni Long for ‘Hrs & Hrs,’ Lucky Daye for ‘Over,’ Jazmine Sullivan for ‘Hurt Me So Good,’ Snoh Aalegra for ‘Do 4 Love,’ and PJ Morton for ‘Please Don’t Walk Away.’

MUNI is still on cloud nine with her 3 nominations, and we’re right there with her!

Muni Long
Image Source: Muni Long via Twitter

Rap

There are four awards in this category: Best Rap Performance, Best Melodic Rap Performance, Best Rap Song, and Best Rap Album. Some notable nominations in this category included Doja Cat for ‘Vegas,’ Jack Harlow for ‘First Class,’ Latto for ‘Big Energy (Live),’ Gunna & Future for ‘pushin P,’ and Pusha T for It’s Almost Dry.

We’re suckers for fan appreciation here at THP (it’s kinda what we’re all about!) so best Rap reaction has to go to our king Jack Harlow for shouting out his incredible fanbase.

Jack Harlow
Image Source: Jack Harlow via Twitter

Country

There are four awards in this category: Best Country Solo Performance, Best Country Duo/Group Peformance, Best Country Song, and Best Country Album. Some notable nominations in this category included Kelsea Ballerini for ‘Heartfirst,’ Maren Morris for ‘Circles Around This Town,’ Reba McEntire & Dolly Parton for ‘Does He Love You – Revisted,’ Luke Combs for ‘Doin’ This,’ and Miranda Lambert for Palomino.

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Kelsea Ballerini got her GRAMMY nomination, while also nominating our eyes to mist up with this beautiful reaction tweet!

Kelsea Ballerini
Image Source: Kelsea Ballerini via Twitter

Music Video/Film

For the last category, there are two awards: Best Music Video and Best Music Film. Some notable nominations in this category included Justin Bieber for Our World, BTS for ‘Yet To Come,’ Harry Styles for ‘As It Was,’ Billie Eilish for Billie Eilish Live At The O2, and Rosalía for Motomami (Tiktok Live Performance).

Our BTS boys made history with their three nominations, and of course, they chose to highlight the constant support of ARMY in their celebration. No we’re not crying, you’re crying.

BTS
Image Source: BTS via Twitter

Some of the other categories that we did not highlight include Contemporary Instrumental Music, Rock, New Age, Ambient, or Chant, Jazz, American Roots Music, Reggae, Global Music, Children’s, Spoken Word, Comedy, Latin, Musical Theater, Music for Visual Media, Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music, Composing/Arrangement, Package, Notes, and Historical, Songwriting, Production, and Classical. To get a full list of the nominations, check here.

You can watch the 65th GRAMMY Awards next year on Sunday, February 5, at 8PM EST/5PM PST on CBS. The GRAMMYs will be live streaming from Los Angeles at the Crypto.com Arena.

While you wait for the big day, check out the GRAMMYs playlist we made to prepare you for the award ceremony next year:

Which GRAMMY nomination surprised you the most? Let us know in the comments below, or send us a tweet on Twitter @TheHoneyPop. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram!

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