6 music vids from our fave 2014 Grammy-nominated artists
“When I Was Your Man” – Bruno Mars
Nominated for: Best Solo Pop Performance
We love this song and video because of how emotional and personal it is. It takes a lot of confidence to sing from the heart and Bruno Mars is able to do just that.
“Summertime Sadness” – Lana Del Ray
Nominated for: Best Pop Vocal Album
Lana Del Ray has made her mark on the music world and we can’t wait to hear her next wave of musical genius. This song is one of our fave hits off her album Paradise and the vid brings back fond memories of those amazing summers with our besties.
“Lego House” – Ed Sheeran
Nominated for: Best New Artist
Ed Sheeran has been around for a long time, but 2013 was most definitely his year. For starters, he went on tour with Taylor Swift and sold hundreds of thousands of copies of his album +. “Lego House” is definitely one of the best from this Brit. We love the plot twist at the end of the video and seeing a familiar wizard face, too. Ed was nominated for a Grammy last year but lost. We hope this is his year to win big!
“Atmosphere” – Kaskade
Nominated for: Best Dance Recording
We love this song and video combo for its upbeat sound. And watching it is making us want to go to a concert ASAP. Kaskade is up against some tough competition this year, but we know he can stand his ground.
“Mama’s Broken Heart” – Miranda Lambert
Nominated for: Best Country Solo Performance
Miranda Lambert has become the queen of country and we are rooting for her to win this Sunday night. Not only is this song super catchy, but the video itself is equally amazing.
“Manhattan” – Sara Bareilles
Nominated for: Album of the Year
Even though her most well-known tune off her hit album The Blessed Unrest is “Brave,” there are tons of other amazing tracks one there. This is one of them. We have high hopes that Sara is gonna be walking home a winner.
Who are you rooting for at this year’s Grammy Awards? Share in the comments below.
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