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GL's Ultimate Grammy Nominee Playlist


 
 
So hit the play button to hear some lesser-known tunes from this year’s biggest nominees. And be sure to tune in and Tweet along with us during tonight’s action.

 

“Some Nights”

By fun. (Nominated for: Album of the Year)

 

“Holland Road”

By Mumford & Sons (Nominated for: Best Rock Song)

 

“Love Makes Me”

By Hunter Hayes (Nominated for: Best Country Solo Performance)


“Flapper Girl”

By The Lumineers (Nominated for: Best New Artist)

 

“Between Two Lungs”

By Florence and the Machine (Nominated for: Best Pop Vocal Album)

 

“U.N.I.”

By Ed Sheeran (Nominated for: Song of the Year)

 

“And It Spread”

By The Avett Brothers (Nominated for: Best Americana Album)

 

“You Used to Hold Me”

By Calvin Harris (Nominated for: Best Dance Recording)

 

“Forrest Gump”

By Frank Ocean (Nominated for: Best Urban Contemporary Album)

 

“Crazy Girl”

By Eli Young Band (Nominated for: Best Country Song)

 

Play our complete playlist (for free!) below…
 
 
Who’s your favorite Grammy’s nominee? Do you think anyone will got snubbed this year? Blog about it, babes.
 
 

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