Grammys 2013: Who Should Win Song Of The Year? [POLL]

Anyone can easily win.

If an artist wins the Grammy for Song of the Year, they’ve immediately been granted permission to stunt on everybody for at least a year with “Hi, I’m Grammy winner [insert name], and my song was, well, better than any other song that year.” It’d be pretty obnoxious but the Recording Academy acknowledging your song as the best one for the year is clutch.

2012 bossed up, smacking us with great music from all genres. It was the year of the breakout artists like almost everyone in the Song of the Year nominee category. On Sunday night, only one can take home the coveted award. Will it be Ed Sheeran’s “The A Team,” Miguel’s “Adorn,” Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe,” Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” or Fun.’s “We Are Young” featuring Janelle Monae? We’ve made the case for three of these tracks, songs that we feel are the frontrunners in this category, but don’t forget to participate in our poll at the bottom of this posts to make your vote heard!

“Adorn” – Miguel

The numbers: Miguel wrote and produced the song himself. It has spent more than 20 weeks at #1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, the only song in Billboard history to do so.
It sounds like…: Magic. The kind of magic that comes complete with falsetto crooning and bass, simplistic keyboards and peculiar synths. His soulful crooning complements the backdrop echoes. And who can object to the lyrics, “Know that I adore you/let my love adorn you?”
Makes you want to…: Slow dance in the rain with the love of your life.
Why it’s a winner: It’s music you can feel.

“Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” – Kelly Clarkson

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