Who We Want To Win

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The competition in the hip-hop categories at this year’s awards is stiff. Kendrick, we’re going to let you finish, but J. Cole had the best rap album of the year.

While it was a banner year for The Weeknd (who will most-likely take home the golden gramophone in this category), we loved Miguel’s Wildheart disc.

Since we’re going to give Miguel the Grammy for Best Urban Contemporary Album, we’re going to go ahead and bless The Weeknd with Album Of The Year.

It’s a tough choice between Drizzy’s ‘Energy’ and Kendrick’s ‘We Gon’ Be Alright.” We guess it depends on what mood you’re in: are you feeling like throwing singles at King of Diamonds or marching in a #BlackLivesMatter protest?

See who takes home the coveted award when the awards air on Feb. 15, 2016 on CBS at  8 p.m. ET.


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Grammys 101: Who’s Nominated; Who’s Performing & Who We Want To Win  was originally published on hellobeautiful.com

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