Grammys nominees wins

'In Touch' Predicts
Which Grammys Nominees
Will Take Home Wins

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Make yourself a colorful concoction, slip on a funky frock and prepare your ears for greatness— its time for the Grammys

While last year’s awards were all about Adele, it’s hard to say who will come out on top this time around.  From Kanye West and Jay-Z to Taylor Swift and Kelly Clarkson, all of music’s biggest stars are set to attend.
 
Will ‘Call Me Maybe’ take home Song of the Year? Is Fun. a shoe-in for Best New Artist?  With so many great choices, it could be anyone’s night… but we have our favorites.
 
Check out some of the nominees In Touch predicts will take home Grammys from the industry’s biggest bash.
 
Record of the Year:
- “Lonely Boy”- The Black Keys
- “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)”- Kelly Clarkson
- “We Are You”- Fun ft. Janelle Monae
- “Somebody That I Used to Know”- Goyte ft. Kimbra
- “Thinking Bout You”- Frank Ocean
“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”- Taylor Swift
 
Album of the Year:
- El Camino- The Black Keys
- Some Night- Fun
Babel- Mumford & Sons
- Channel Orange- Frank Ocean
- Blunderbuss- Jack White
 
Song of the Year:
- “The A Team”- Ed Sheeran
- “Adorn”- Miguel 
“Call Me Maybe”- Carly Rae Jepsen
- “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)”- Kelly Clarkson
- “We Are Young”- Fun ft. Janelle Monae
 
Best New Artist:
- Alabama Shakes
Fun.
- Hunter Hayes
- The Lumineers
- Frank Ocean
 
Best Pop Solo Performance:
“Set Fire to the Rain” (Live)- Adele
- “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)”- Kelly Clarkson
- “Call Me Maybe”- Carly Rae Jepsen
- “Wide Awake”- Katy Perry
- “Where Have You Been”- Rihanna
 
Best Pop Vocal Album:
Stronger- Kelly Clarkson
- Ceremonials- Florence and the Machine
- Some Nights- Fun.
- Overexposed- Maroon 5
- The Truth About Love- Pink
 
Best Country Vocal Album:
- Uncaged- Zac Brown Band
- Hunter Hayes- Hunter Hayes
- Living for a Song- A Tribute to Hank Cochran- Jamey Johnson
Four the Record- Miranda Lambert
- The Time Jumpers- The Time Jumpers
 
Best Country Song:
- Blown Away- Carrie Underwood
- Cost of Livin'- Ronnie Dunn
- Even if it Breaks Your Heart- Eli Young Band
- So You Don't Have to Love Me Anymore - Alan Jackson
Springsteen- Eric Church
 
Best Rap Album:
- Take Care- Drake
- Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album, Pt. 1- Lupe Fiasco
- Life is Good- Nas
Undun- The Roots
- God Forgives, I Don't- Rick Ross
 
Best Rap Performance:
- “HYFR (Hell Ya Fing Right)”- Drake ft. Lil Wayne
- “Nias in Paris”- Jay-Z & Kanye West
- “Daughters”- Nas
“Mercy”- Kanye West ft. Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz
- “I Do”- Young Jeezy ft. Jay-Z & Andre 3000
 
Best Rock Album:
- El Camino- The Black Keys
Mylo Xyloto- Coldplay
- The 2nd Law- Muse
- Wrecking Ball- Bruce Springsteen
- Blunderbuss- Jack White
 
Best Rock Performance:
- “Hold On”- Alabama Shakes
- “Lonely Boy”- The Black Keys
- “Charlie Brown”- Coldplay
“I Will Wait”- Mumford & Sons
- “We Take Care of Our Own”- Bruce Springsteen
 
Best R&B Album:
- Black Radio- Robert Glasper Experiment
Back to Love- Anthony Hamilton
- Write Me Back- R. Kelly
- Beautiful Surpise- Tamia
- Open Invitation- Tyrese
 
Do you agree with our picks? Who do you think will head home with awards? Sound off in comments!