Pop Instrumental Performance: "Mornin'," George Benson (& Al Jarreau ... Dance Recording: "Suffer Well," Depeche Mode; "Ooh La La," Goldfrapp; "Get Together," Madonna; "I'm With Stupid," Pet Shop Boys; "Sexy Back," Justin Timberlake and Timbaland.
She and Beyonce will compete for the top prize of album of the year with Drake, who is nominated for “Views”; Justin Bieber, nominated for “Purpose”; and Sturgill Simpson, for “A Sailor’s Guide to Earth.” Joining Beyonce and Adele in the.
Cody Simpson is working hard on his budding music career, but it's not all work and no play for the singer. The 19-year-old Australian star was spotted zooming around California's Venice beach on a cruiser bike on Sunday. The La Da Dee singer showed off.
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Mary J. Blige, whose album “The Breakthrough” was perhaps the biggest in her career, was nominated for a leading eight Grammy Awards on Thursday, including R&B album, record and song of the year. The Red Hot Chili Peppers were also multiple nominees.
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Best Rap ... by Dee Dee Bridgewater ; "Blueprint Of A Lady - Sketches Of Billie Holiday," by Nnenna Freelon ; "Good Night, And Good Luck," by Dianne Reeves ; "Duos II," by Luciana Souza ; "I'm With The Band," by Tierney Sutton. 47. Best Jazz Instrumental.
The beach preppies have arrived, with a prospective zillion-seller as Aussie Cody Simpson offers himself up to the screensavers of girldom with his La Da Dee and his plinky Hawaiian-lite, helium-filled nursery melodies and his wigga-accented rap in Pretty.
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Heath Hembree was prepared to come to San Francisco, but on certain mornings, things are out of his hands. “They never get it right,” Hembree said last week, smiling. “They” are the coffee shop baristas. “It” is Hembree’s middle name, the one.