Nominations for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards came out today, and while I think most categories are dead on, there were several notable snubs. Here are three artists I think should have been recognized by the academy.

'Honey I'm Good' by Andy Grammer.

I thought this song would be a shoe in for at least Best Pop Solo Performance given it's breakout qualities and infectious wordplay. It's a really big oversight in my opinion.


'Shut Up and Dance' by Walk the Moon.

This track should have handily earned the band a nod for Song of the Year, because wasn't it REALLY? It was everywhere, and by far the most successful crossover song of 2015 with it's multi-format appeal. It was certainly the song played most on SoJO this year. A case could be made that they should even have been considered for Best New Artist or even Best Pop/Duo Group Performance.


'Cheerleader' by OMI.

Most assuredly the song of the summer, this breakout smash should not have been overlooked, again because of it's broad appeal. It could easily have earned a Song of the Year nomination, or Best R&B Performance.


The Grammys will air on February 15 live on CBS.

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