GRAMMYs address black representation in 2020 nominees


Roommates, we’ve acquired an unique assertion from The Black Music Collective on the Recording Academy addressing the illustration of black artists for the 2020 GRAMMY nominations.

The assertion reads that “black music just isn’t a monolith” and so they add that it’s a historic 12 months for GRAMMY nominations.

“It’s a historic 12 months as 10 black ladies are nominated within the high 4 classes and greater than 20 black nominees are represented within the basic fields,” the assertion reads. “Additionally, for the primary time, all 6 nominees for Greatest Rap Album are black impartial artists. That is progress.”

Peep the total assertion under.


As we beforehand reported, a number of artists usually are not right here for this 12 months’s GRAMMY nominations as they really feel as if there’s a lack of illustration for black artists.

Earlier in the present day, Drake shared his piece on the GRAMMYs and award reveals usually.

The Weeknd shared that he’d been collaborating with the GRAMMYs for a potential efficiency–however was nonetheless unnoticed of the nominations.  Many individuals really feel as if The Weeknd deserved to be nominated, and was snubbed this time round.

Teyana Taylor and Nicki Minaj are amongst many others who’ve been vocal in regards to the GRAMMYs following the announcement of this 12 months’s nominees.

What are your ideas on this 12 months’s GRAMMY nominations Roommates?

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