Bey has won 20 grammies but I don't think she has won Album of the Year. I think they will ask Lauryn to present her with this award. I don't know if any other R&B/Hiphop has won this award lately. What yall think?
They probably won't ask her, and if they do, she'll be late and they'll have to have someone else do it.
Unlikely Beyonce will beat out Adele anyway.
I don't think it has anything to do with the name, but the message being sent or projected at that time. Remember the manipulation that went on when they wanted Whitney to beat out the Beatles for 8 #1, it was widely reported they bought that last song to make sure that the record was broken.
This album supposedly represents a serious and conscious bey so she has graduated to another level on all plains and now she is supposedly credit worthy so to speak. Lauryn graduated from hip-hop to neo-soul, r&b, reggae, etc. and was rewarded with album of the year that why I think she will be the presenter. I think it will send several message without it being spoken.
Though it is up for 9 nominations, I don't think it pure but a need to be received on another level in the music industry.
I hope not. Lemonade is so overrated and overhyped. The lyrical content on the album is average at best and the production of the songs is so weak. The fact that Soulja Boy is one of the producers of the album says a lot, I mean who takes him seriously as a musician. This proves once more that Beyoncé has not acquired the proper emotional and intellectual growth/development to make her a great artist. The lyrics for Formation are poorly written, immature, and inappropriate and that song has got nothing to do with black empowerment/black consciousness. I find Beyoncé s music self serving. What will people remember from this album 10 years from now "Becky with the good hair", ghetto lingo so not classy. The standards in the music industry have really dropped profusely. It is really sad that we live in a world where we have a young generation of people who do not read, do not analyse situations or either question their surroundings. I am really scared for the younger generation.