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Give an ear to Year's Best - Grammy 2016

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Give an ear to Year's Best - Grammy 2016

58th Annual Grammy Awards is around the corner, and the headline of this edition musical award is the return of R&B star D'Angelo. ‘Can’t feel my face’ is leading the race for ‘Record of the Year’, whereas Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift grossed trifecta of nominations with an album, record, and song of the year groups. Listen to few of the nominations from various categories below.

Ed Sheeran - Thinking out loud

Nominated for Record of the Year

If you can't resist swooning over every single word that comes out of Ed Sheeran's lips, then you need a soul thumping and a better taste in music. “Thinking Out Loud” is nominated for ‘Record of the Year’ and the story behind song can melt your heart.

D'Angelo and The Vanguard - Really Love

Nominated for Record of the Year

From the new album Black Messiah, “Really Love” is making the voices heard of the lead D’Angelo and The Vanguard. On this passionate and soulful record, lyrically it is restricted, but his rhythmic wording and good deliverance solidify his emotions of love.

The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face

Nominated for Record of the Year

The mesmerizing vocals by Abel Tesfaye (a.k.a. the Weeknd) leave you awestruck, and tunes will surely conquer your mind and senses like a drug to the system. No wonder it is leading the race for the category - ‘Record of the Year’.

Skrillex and Diplo with Justin Bieber - Where Are Ü Now

Nominated for Best Dance Recording

The king of EDM, Skrillex is having a great year. Firstly, “Where Are Ü Now” is nominated for the ‘Best Dance Recording’ and secondly, it marks the return of Justin Bieber on the billboard. The ballad turned EDM anthem leads the playlist of EDM lovers across the world.

Ellie Goulding - Love Me Like You Do

Nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance

The track ‘Love Me Like You Do’ appears in the movie rendition of the book ’50 Shades of Grey’ by E.L. James. The sultry voice of the Brit singer exploits the emotions from the lyrics and the odds are in favor in the group category ‘Best Pop Solo’.