Grammys Best Pop Solo Performance: ‘Praying’ or 'What About Us'? | The Tylt
Grammys Best Pop Solo Performance: ‘Praying’ or 'What About Us'?
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 sales. 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, Jan. 28 at 7:30 p.m. ET.
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Kesha went through a rough spell prior to 2017. She sued former producer Dr. Luke for alleged sexual assault in 2014 and faced legal challenges with her own record label. But she returned stronger than ever before in 2017, dropping the revered lead single "Praying" from her chart-topping album, "Rainbow."
Now, both her lead single and album are nominated in the pop categories at the Grammys. The Recording Academy may want to honor her for her strong comeback, inspiring message and powerful vocals on "Praying."
Pink is a pop icon who has been around as a solo artist since 1999, and she's no stranger to winning Grammys for her vocal performances. "What About Us" is only Pink's latest power anthem. She has plenty of other powerhouse performances under her belt, but with Pink's longevity and yet another chart-topping album with "Beautiful Trauma," the Recording Academy may want to honor her yet again.