Best Country Solo Performance: 'Vice' or 'Church Bells'? | The Tylt
Best Country Solo Performance: 'Vice' or 'Church Bells'?
It's Grammys season! And the Tylt is facing-off the best song performances, albums and artists in the top genre categories. The "Grammy face-offs" are chosen by a combination of popularity, impact, acclaim, rankings and/or amount sold. But ultimately with our head-to-head predictions, we want you to let us know who and what deserves to win in each category—before the Grammys air on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. ET.
The blonde superstars were nominated together for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for "Something Bad" in 2015. But now Lambert and Underwood are in a stiff competition to take home Best Country Solo Performance at the Grammys this year.
"Vice" is the lead single from Lambert's popular sixth studio album "The Weight of These Wings." While the album appeared on the many publications' "Best of 2016" lists, it wasn't nominated for Best Country Album. But "Vice" is nominated for Best Country Performance. Her fans are rooting for her to win her third (or even fourth) Grammy.
But "Church Bells" might be a little bit more popular. While Lambert's "Vice" ranks at #30 on Billboard's "Hot Country Songs of 2016" list, "Church Bells" ranks at #14. Plus, the "American Idol" winner is a beast at winning Grammys. Underwood has won seven! She can very well walk away with her eighth on Feb. 12.
Fans believe that Lambert's "Vice" will take home the award for Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song (for songwriting).