It’s been weeks since the Grammy Awards where Macklemore & Ryan Lewis snagged the award for Best Rap Album, and we figured that if there were any hurt feelings about the win, they would’ve surfaced long ago. Macklemore even went as far as to send a conciliatory text to fellow contender Kendrick Lamar, and the Compton MC graciously accepted the gesture. But Drake, another nominee in the category, wasn’t impressed — and he’s being very vocal about it.
Award shows are never short of drama, and the 2014 Grammy Awards aren’t any different. Although most non-winners put on a brave face, it’s gotta be hard to maintain your composure after suffering the disappointment of losing out on a golden statue. Case in point: Kasey Musgraves! We can’t be certain, but we’re pretty sure that the cameras caught the country song bird serving up some serious side-eye to Macklemore after he beat her out for Best New Artist. Read on to see what we mean and judge for yourself!
When news broke earlier today that 34 couples would be married during the Macklemore & Ryan Lewis performance at the 2014 Grammy Awards, it almost immediately eclipsed the news that Queen Latifah (!) and Madonna (!!!) would also be joining the group to sing “Same Love.” That track, which features vocals from Mary Lambert, is one of the nominees for Song Of The Year, but whether or not it wins that award later on tonight, “Same Love” has certainly cemented its place in not just Grammy history, but the popular culture at large.
It’s that time once again. Another year has flown by, and we’re sitting here in New York City on a frosty winter eve taking stock of the year 2013 as it pertains to music videos. It was not only a year in which stars transformed into superstars (we’re looking at you, Bruno Mars and Miley Cyrus), but one where newcomers like Lorde, Imagine Dragons and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis were able to flip the script and dominate their seemingly unstoppable peers. So sit back and enjoy the ride as we count down VH1’s Top 40 Videos Of 2013!
The nominees for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards were announced in Los Angeles tonight during a live special that aired on CBS. Hosted once again by LL Cool J—does the LL stand for Lip Licker or WHAT?!?— the show featured performances from the likes of VH1 You Oughta Know artist Lorde, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Robin Thicke and more. The 2014 Grammys will go down live from Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014, and broadcast on CBS at 8PM ET/PT.