Grammy Awards 2017: why Beyoncé deserved the Album of the Year Award

Grammy Awards 2017: why Beyoncé deserved the Album of the Year Award

Grammy Awards 2017

The most famous artist this year, the American popstar did not grab the Grail, which returned to Adele. Yet, “Lemonade” is a much more daring record than “25”, which allowed him to record records.

“I thought it was her year. What should she do, brothel, to win the album of the year?” Here are the words that Adele would have held behind the scenes of the Grammy Awards, on the night of February 12 to 13, according to the British newspaper The Independent. The London singer then won the Grammy Award for the Album of the Year, the most prestigious award of the evening, for 25. Adele refers to Beyoncé, to whom she won the trophy. The interpreter of Hello even broke his price in two to symbolically share it with his “rival”, who is actually his idol!

Grammy Awards 2017

Adele is right. With her 9 nominations, a record in the history of the ceremony, Queen B., as the nickname her fans, should have actually been the queen of the evening. Instead, the Recording Academy, composed of 13,000 music professionals deciding nominees and winners at the Grammy Awards, gave it only two statuettes (Best contemporary album of urban music for Lemonade and Best clip of the year for Training) . Beyoncé still blew the audience with a hallucinating performance, dressed in golden madonna.

Beyoncé was the great favorite of the Grammys

Grammy Awards 2017

Never two without three. Beyoncé made the bitter experience this weekend. Named for the third time in her career for the Grammy Award of the Album of the Year, the Texas singer has yet to get her hands on it. We still remember Kanye West’s indignation, on stage in 2015 when Beck won in front of her in the same category. On social networks, members of the Beyhive, the official name of its fan community, are disgusted. “Once again, a black woman has to work four times more to receive half of the recognition. Beyoncé should have won for Lemonade,” one said.

 

 






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