Bill Bellamy Says Grammys Song Of The Year And Hip Hop Tribute Was Wrong

Bill Bellamy

Bill Bellamy thinks the Grammys have a diversity problem in their voting ranks, and that’s why as he sees it their final ballots on the major categories rarely match up with public opinion.

The “Top Billin’” podcast host and comedian was out in West Hollywood when we polled him on the recent Grammy controversy over Song of the Year. 

Bonnie Raitt‘s “Just Like That” beat out some pretty hefty competition such as Beyonce’s  “Break My Soul,” Harry Styles “As It Was,” Kendrick Lamar “The Heart Part 5” and surprised even the veteran blues-rock singer herself The song was indisputably the least-known song on the list, and Bill says it should be a no-brainer for one of the more well-known tracks to take home the award.

Bill was also displeased with the Grammys’ 50th-anniversary hip hop tribute noting the lack of West Coast artists, in addition to missing many female rap greats such as MC Lyte, DaBrat, Foxy Brown and Lil Kim


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