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2018 Grammy's

The Grammy's has always been one of my favorite "award" shows...


For a crash course in the top contenders at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, all you need to do is check out the new 2018 GRAMMY Nominees collection.
Five of the album's 21 tracks are country titles, ranging from number ones by Little Big Town, Thomas Rhett and Kenny Chesney to hits by Chris Stapleton and Lady Antebellum.
You'll also find cuts from members of country music's extended family: Kelly Clarkson and Pink, who've notched their own country chart-toppers with duets with Jason Aldean and Mr. Chesney, respectively.
The 2018 GRAMMY Nominees album will be released January 12, and you can pre-order it now at 2018grammyalbum.com or cbs.com/grammys.  You can also enter for a chance to win a trip for two to the actual ceremony in New York City next month.
The 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards, hosted by James Corden, will air on CBS January 28 starting at 7:30p.m. ET.
Here is the full track list for the album:
"24K Magic" -- Bruno Mars
"Love So Soft" -- Kelly Clarkson
"Despacito" (Remix) -- Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber
"HUMBLE." -- Kendrick Lamar
"Green Light" -- Lorde
"Redbone" -- Childish Gambino
"The Story of O.J." -- JAY-Z
"Stay" -- Zedd & Alessia Cara
"Million Reasons" -- Lady Gaga
"Thunder" -- Imagine Dragons
"Feel It Still" -- Portugal. the Man
"Something Just Like This" -- The Chainsmokers & Coldplay
"What About Us" -- P!nk
"1-800-273-8255" -- Logic feat. Alessia Cara & Khalid
"Issues" -- Julia Michaels
"Praying" -- Kesha
"Broken Halos" -- Chris Stapleton
"Better Man" -- Little Big Town
"Craving You" -- Thomas Rhett feat. Maren Morris
"You Look Good" -- Lady Antebellum
"All the Pretty Girls" -- Kenny Chesney

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