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50 Grammy nominations funny memes and tweets to boost your mood during this special event. 2022 edition

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The idea for the award was proposed by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in the mid-1950s, when it began screening candidates from the recording industry to claim a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 1957, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS; or The Recording Academy) was created to award the future award. In 1958, this organization established a prize called the Grammy (from the word "gramophone"). The prize is a small gilded gramophone.


The first Grammy ceremony took place on May 4, 1959, it was held simultaneously in Los Angeles and New York. Awards have been presented in over 20 nominations for musical achievement in 1958. Among the first winners of the prize are Ella Fitzgerald, Domenico Modugno, Frank Sinatra (the latter was awarded for the best album cover).


The awards for 1959 were presented in November of that year. Since 1961, prizes have been awarded in the year preceding the ceremony.


At different times, the ceremonies were held in various US cities: Los Angeles, New York, Chicago (Illinois) and Nashville (Tennessee). From 2004 to 2017, the permanent venue for the event was the Staples Center in Los Angeles. In 2018, the awards ceremony took place at the Madison Square Garden complex in New York.


Due to the variety of musical genres, the award has a large number of nominations. Their list has changed several times. In 2019, awards will be presented in 84 categories. There are four main ones - "Album of the Year", "Record of the Year" (awarded for a separate composition to its performer), "Song of the Year" (awarded to the author or authors of the composition) and "Best New Artist". The rest of the nominations are distributed according to individual musical genres. In addition, awards are given to professionals in the field of sound recording, as well as awards for album art, video clips and music films, and more. There are several honorary awards for contributions to the music industry, such as Lifetime Achievement and Legend.


Most of the prizes are presented in a separate ceremony, which is not televised. The TV version includes only the announcement of the winners in four key categories, as well as in individual nominations related to the most popular genres (pop, rock, rap, country and others).


Bemorepanda collected some funny memes.


1.Feel old


2.Perdon Pero


3.Meg


4.Blu Ivy


5.Jason Derulo


Only recordings nominated by members of the Recording Academy (they can be both record companies and artists) can apply for the award. There are no restrictions on the nationality of the nominees. At the first stage, all submitted applications are assessed by a special commission, which determines in which of the competitive categories this or that work can be considered. Then the first round of secret ballot is held, during which the members of the Academy make their choice. All of them can vote in four key categories, as well as nine other categories of their choice. According to the results of the first round, the lists of finalists are determined (usually five in each category). The second round of voting follows the same pattern as the first, except that academics can choose from only five finalists. The voting results are kept secret until the award ceremony. At the 60th Grammy Awards, an online voting system was used for the first time. Previously, paper ballots were used. More than 13 thousand members of the Recording Academy have the right to vote in the selection of the winners of the award.


The Hungarian and British conductor Georg Solti is the recipient of the most Grammy awards (31 awards). The record holder among women is the American violinist and singer Alison Krauss (27). Irish rock band U2 holds a record among musical groups with 22 awards. Only three musicians in the history of the award managed to win the prestigious "Album of the Year" nomination with three different recordings - they are Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon. Throughout history, only two performers have received awards in all four key categories - American Christopher Cross (all in 1981) and Briton Adele (Best New Artist in 2009, the rest in 2012). The record for the most Grammy in a single year (eight) is shared by Michael Jackson (1984) and the American band Santana (2000).


In the late 1950s, rock and roll was gaining momentum with might and main: Elvis Presley's hit "All Shook Up" thundered everywhere, and the compositions of Chuck Berry and Little Richard passed by all parameters as nominees. Despite this, the conservative NARAS was in no hurry to reward representatives of the new sound, believing that guitar music, unlike country music, big bands and spoken comedy records, is a temporary phenomenon.


Only in 1961 did the Grammy have a rock section, and even that did not last long, and in 1967 it was abolished for more than ten years. However, this did not prevent The Beatles' 1968 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band will be the first ever rock record to receive a Grammy for Best Album. The release also won three more awards, including Best Album Engineering and Best Artwork. Nominations in the field of heavy music appeared much later, in the late 1980s, at the same time as hip-hop.


6.Taylor Swift


7.OMG


8.Evolution


9.Savage Remix


10.So proud


The Hungarian and British conductor Georg Solti is the recipient of the most Grammy awards (31 awards). The record holder among women is the American violinist and singer Alison Krauss (27). Irish rock band U2 holds a record among musical groups with 22 awards. Only three musicians in the history of the award managed to win the prestigious "Album of the Year" nomination with three different recordings - they are Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon. Throughout history, only two performers have received awards in all four key categories - American Christopher Cross (all in 1981) and Briton Adele (Best New Artist in 2009, the rest in 2012). The record for the most Grammy in a single year (eight) is shared by Michael Jackson (1984) and the American band Santana (2000).


In the late 1950s, rock and roll was gaining momentum with might and main: Elvis Presley's hit "All Shook Up" thundered everywhere, and the compositions of Chuck Berry and Little Richard passed by all parameters as nominees. Despite this, the conservative NARAS was in no hurry to reward representatives of the new sound, believing that guitar music, unlike country music, big bands and spoken comedy records, is a temporary phenomenon.


Only in 1961 did the Grammy have a rock section, and even that did not last long, and in 1967 it was abolished for more than ten years. However, this did not prevent The Beatles' 1968 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band will be the first ever rock record to receive a Grammy for Best Album. The release also won three more awards, including Best Album Engineering and Best Artwork. Nominations in the field of heavy music appeared much later, in the late 1980s, at the same time as hip-hop.


The number of Grammy nominations has changed over the years: from 28 at the very beginning to 85 in 1995, and then to 109 in the early 2010s. In 2012, the number of categories in which a prize could be received was reduced to 78: the organizers of the award abolished awards for duets and collaborations in the genres of pop, rock, country, rap and R&B, and the division into male and female was also removed from the Grammy execution.


11.Harry Styles


12.Realizing


13.OKAY


14.Fiona Apple


15.The hotties


The prestigious and coveted Grammy award did not become immediately. After the second ceremony, shown on television in 1959, the presentation of the award took place in the form of a gala dinner, which was not filmed or broadcast on tape. This was the case until 1963. The award did not have sufficient funding and reputation, so the organizers were unable to convince the major broadcasting channels that their event was worth the airtime. However, having solved the problem of growth over time, the Grammy organizers faced new challenges.


Hip-hop and R&B performers still criticize the award more actively than representatives of other genres. Moreover, hip-hop began to riot as soon as it was recognized by the award.


In 1989, the Grammy organizers nominated Best Rap Performance, and favorites duo DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince boycotted the ceremony, citing categories will not be shown on television.


Despite the boycott, the duo won the prize for the song "Parents Just Don't Understand" at that ceremony. The 1989 Grammy ceremony was generally rich in controversial events. Prog rockers Jethro Tull beat Metallica with their "... And Justice for All" for Best Hard Rock / Metal Performance, while not being either hard rock or metal. However, some fans of Jethro Tull think otherwise.


Our contemporaries continued to criticize the Grammy as well. So, rapper Drake, wwho in 2013 solemnly celebrated his victory in the nomination "Best Rap Album" (the musician even drank champagne from a gramophone), while receiving the statuette a few years later announced that the award had outlived its usefulness.


The author of the iconic albums of the 2010s, Frank Ocean, did not specifically apply for inclusion in the list of nominees, calling the award committee "old people". Rappor a toilet bowl statuette (which does not prevent him from being nominated this year for the 70th time, now in the category "Best Contemporary Christian Album").


16.Younce?


17.Difficult night


18.Noah Cyrus


19.Piece of popcorn


20.Same energy


21.Proud of Harry


22.So funny blending


23.Some food


24.Collect awards


25.Forgot the biggest star


26.Beyonce


27.Cardi B and Meg


28.WAP


29.Post Malone


30.Midsommar cinematic


31.Favourite movies


32.DaBaby


33.Dramatic grandma


34.Realness


35.Two sides


36.MoTown tribute


37.So impressed


38.Legend


39.BTS


40.Red Carpet inspiration


41.Music sucks


42.A funny challange


43.Zoom call


44.You can finish


45.Funny dress


46.Mic cut


47.Album of the year


48.I knew it


49.BTS at Grammy


50.White priviledge




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Can’t wait to see this year edition!

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Halloween is one of the oldest holidays still preserved, in camouflaged, profane form, and today, as well as Christmas, perhaps the only one that surpasses it in popularity and the promotion of kitsch as a religious substitute. Millions of people celebrate Halloween with costumes, trick-or-treat or themed parties, without knowing the origins and fascinating history of this rite associated with ghostly apparitions and superstitions of all kinds.


October 31 is the last day of the Celtic calendar, a pagan holiday in honor of the dead. 2000 years ago it was called All Hallows Eve, the day before All Saints' Day, created for the Christianization of the heathen and celebrating on November 1 all the saints of the Catholic Church. Although there are many cultural variants of the tradition, there is essentially the same original background. The roots of Halloween are found in a Celtic festival called Samhain, which signifies the end of summer and the transition to the cold season.


Ritual of harvest accompanied by sacred fires, Samhain marked a fundamental temporal threshold, when the souls of the dead walked the streets at night and had to be improved by gifts left at the door to ensure the abundance of future harvests. In the eighth century, at the behest of Pope Gregory III, ‘pagan superstition’ became an honor for saints and martyrs, with All Saints ’Day incorporating some of the Celtic traditions. Over time, it has evolved into a truly secular festivity, marked by events such as the famous trick-or-treating of children or costumed gatherings.


1.Halloween decorations


2.Favourite holiday


3.Very nice and cute


4.Ready to decorate


5.Until december


6.Don’t post that


7.So ready


8.Long week


9.Spooky thoughts


10.Summer going fast


11.Halloween decor


12.What donuts see


13.About Halloween


14.Affected by COVID


15.No matter how old


16.Come out in store


17.Trick or treat


18.Pandemic status


19.Halloween decorations


20.It’s July


21.Dedication


22.I know more than you


23.How about that



24.High level proffesionalism


25.No plans


26.Ready for october


27.Great change


28.Halloween candy


29.Countdown


30.Hotline bling



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Sorry vegans.

2 years ago
sorry-vegans
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