Turn on a pop radio station, and you'll almost certainly hear Ariana Grande's single "Thank U, Next" within minutes. Fans can not get enough of the catchy, optimistic single and their inspirational message. The single is still featured in the top songs on Billboard's Hot 100 List, and the music video has resulted in more than 3 million views on YouTube in just days.
That's what makes their Grammy-Snub so surprising for so many people. I think Grande not only deserves to be nominated in 2019, but also that she's won for Song of the Year.
Why is & # 39; Thank U, Next & # 39; not nominated?
The beloved single that nobody can stop talking about has no chance to win a Grammy in 2019 – it has to do with the release date in this case. Under the rules, a single must be released before September 30 to qualify for a nomination. However, Grande released her single on November 5, 2018. This means that Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next" can not be nominated for 2019, but it's a potential contender for 2020.
It's the time for the release very curious. Surely Ariana Grande knew that she had missed the cut-off of a Grammy-Nick for just over a month. But maybe she planned it that way.
Will Ariana Grande be nominated for one of her works?
Do not worry too much about the singer – "Thank U, Next" is not the only way to win a Grammy in 2019. It is very likely that her fourth studio album Sweetener and all hit songs will receive some Grammy love as soon as the nominations are announced.
The singles of their latest album May I do not have the explosive success of their latest work, but they are still pretty extraordinary and have good odds of winning. "God is a woman" and "No tears that can still cry" are probably nominations.
Did Ariana Grande ever win a Grammy?
Grande is no stranger to Grammy nominations, though she does not receive a "Thank U, Next" award this time.
She has been nominated for four Grammys so far. In 2017 she received a Best Pop Vocal Album nomination for her Dangerous Woman album and Best Pop Vocal Performance for the single "Dangerous Woman". In both categories, however, she lost to the singer Adele. Ariana Grande ” width=”757″ height=”542″/> Ariana Grande | Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images
Will Be Next Year & # 39; Thank U, Next & # 39; be nominated?
It's not to say whether Ariana Grandes beating single & # 39; Thank U, Next & # 39; Being nominated for a Grammy in 2020 I will go against all the artists who are still working to release the rest of this year and most of the next year. However, if the song's early success is an indication, there is a good chance that it will be nominated in 2020.
And it may not be the only song that gets Grande's attention next year. The entire Thank U, Next album is already capitalized. Grande said it was full of "female energy and champagne and music and laughter and crying". She described the work as more honest than anything she had done before.
We can not wait to hear what's next!