Drake's Joint Album 'Her Loss', Submitted For 2024 Grammys

Drake’s Joint Album ‘Her Loss’, Submitted For 2024 Grammys

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In a notable shift from his past Grammy skepticism. Drake’s joint album ‘Her Loss’ with 21 Savage was submitted for consideration to 2024 Grammy Awards.

The decision includes entries in categories like…

Album of the Year, Best Rap Album, and Song of the Year.

It also wants to be considered in entries like…

Record of the Year, Best Rap Song, and Best Rap Performance.

And this would be for standout tracks such as…

“Rich Flex” and “Spin Bout U”.

While. It still remains unclear about who submitted Drake’s joint album ‘Her Loss’ with 21 savage.

A Hollywood Reporter highlights that Academy members with ties to the material can also contribute.

Drake’s past reservations towards the Grammy Awards led to the withdrawal of two nominations in 2022. And also he critiqued the influence of Recording Academy. He did this when accepting the Best Rap Song award in 2019.

Nonetheless. After his absence from solo submissions last year. Drake secured accolades for his contribution to Future’s “Wait For U”. It however earned the Best Melodic Rap Performance.

Although. His discontent with the Grammys was evident in 2020. During that time. The Weeknd’s successful “After Hours” album was overlooked.

However. In this Grammy season. Drake’s timing is notable, coinciding with his new album ‘For All the Dogs’.

Even to this day. Drake still expresses lingering bitterness over Esperanza Spalding. This is because of Spalding winning Best New Artist over him in 2011.

His grievance also manifested in his lyrics. He humorously claimed to use one of his Grammy Awards as a doorstop on the track “First Person Shooter”.

Despite his previous reservations. Drake’s career boasts of five Grammy wins. But this is out of 51 nominations.

Also. This is compiled with additional tracks in contention for recognition. Some of these tracks includes…

Collaborations with Travis Scott, Young Thug, and J Hus.

In conclusion. 2024 may bring more Grammy success for the prolific artist.