Grammy Awards 2017: Most Favorite Candidates And Top Predictions

By Amjad Ali | Feb 05, 2017 07:23 PM EST
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The 58th Grammy Awards 2016 were announced on Feb. 15, 2016, by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Judges will be finalizing the winners of the  59th Grammy awards at the moment. The Staples Center Los Angeles will be houseful on Feb. 12 this year to witness the winners of 2017 Grammy winners.

Grammy prize is awarded in best solo, best pop, best group pop, best dance (all categories), best rock (all categories), best album (all categories), best song (all categories) and best Rap, Jazz, Production, Children, World Music and many other fields of modern music.

According to LA Times, top winners of the 58th Grammy awards included Mark Ronson, Kendrick Lamar, Taylor Swift, The Weeknd, and Wolf Alice including dozens of more singers and dancers from the music world.

Music experts and judgment analysts have reviewed the list of top musicians of all categories and carefully predicted most favorite singer for the 59th Grammy awards 2017.

List-topper is English singer, songwriter and a student of Performing Arts Adele is the most favorite in Grammy winner predictions. Adele has won BBC Music award, iHeart Music award, Billboard music award, Juno award, Kids choice award, Brit award for British single and a number of more prizes only in 2016 for her outstanding songs and performance.

Adele's song "Hello" is a blockbuster, best seller and record making song which has taken Adele to list of the topmost nominee in Grammy winner list. Adele is a strong candidate for victory in many categories including Song of the year, Album of the year, Record of the year, best seller, best pop solo performer including many more possibilities, reports Suntimes.

The best Pop-group performer candidate for Grammy award is "The Chain Smokers" Pop band for their best-combined performance. Candidates for Grammy award in "Producer of the year" category include Benny Blanco, Greg Kurstin, Max Martin and Ricky Reed.

For the winners of other categories and our accuracy of our predictions, music lovers have to wait till February 12.

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