Beyoncé Becomes First Woman To Win 6 Grammys

Though most of the world has tired of Beyoncé, the Grammys committee decided to gift her with 6 Grammys. Congratulations, however chances are all that comes to anyone’s mind is Halo, which was not written by her (but well-sung) and the annoying Single Ladies, which for some was “empowering” but annoying. Every song Lady Gaga came out with last year on her album and its re-released version were amazing or at least, they were different enough to stand on their own as individual singles. Why was she forgotten?

Artists seem to be losing themselves in each other in that no one is able to differentiate between them nowadays. One catchy poppy tune is quickly replaced by another so it makes no sense that the Grammy committee votes blindly and decides to award artists of the industry with these generic and predictable sounds in their music. They support a narrow manufactured image consulting their own ‘professional’ opinions on what they assume to be the ‘best‘ albums of the year and it’s quite sad.

The Grammys for this year were a disappointment due to the mediocre musical performances and lack of excitability factor, more emphasis on the latter.

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2 Comments

  1. richard said,

    February 1, 2010 at 21:35

    who cares if she won 6 or 1000 grammys? she’s way overrated singer & more as over-hyped star.

  2. nicole said,

    February 20, 2010 at 12:27

    richard u have no life stop hating on pplz u need to worry abt u and beyonce im glad u won 6 grammys cause u have a good voice and could dance i want 2 meet u 1day i saw u on the tyra show u looked nice no homo


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