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Pulse Picks: 2023 Grammys Nominations Special

16-Nov-22 22:00

Pulse Picks: 2023 Grammys Nominations Special

Following the release of the 2023 Grammy Nominations list, we go through some of the big categories and predict who we think might walk away with the coveted gold-plated gramophone trophy.


(Song of the Year) Harry Styles - As It Was

(Best New Artist) Måneskin - Begging

(Best Dance Recording) KAYTRANADA - Intimidated (ft H.E.R)

(Best R&B Song) Beyonce - CUFF IT

(Best Rock Song) RHCP - Black Summer

(Best Rap Song) Kendrick Lamar - The Heart Part 5

(Best Pop Solo Performance) - Adele - Easy On Me

(Best Pop Duo/Group Performance) Coldplay & BTS - My Universe

(Record of the Year) Beyonce - BREAK MY SOUL

Produced by: Daryl Ong, Othniel Ting

Presented by: Daryl Ong, Othniel Ting

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Categories:  music

Tags:  grammy awards 2023grammy awards predictionspulse picksbeyonceharry styleskendrick lamarbts

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