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Grammys Best Country Solo Performance: ‘Body Like a Back Road’ or 'Tin Man'?

Sam Hunt and Miranda Lambert both had huge years on the country charts in 2017, and sharing their talents worked out for the best. Both country artists are nominated for Best Country Solo Performance at the 2018 Grammys. Sam gained the top country smash of 2017 with "Body Like a Back Road"—just ask Billboard. But Miranda scored a praised hit with "Tin Man" in 2017, resulting in yet another country performance nod. Who should win Best Country Solo Performance? 🎤 🏆

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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.

Sam Hunt and Miranda Lambert had two of the biggest country hits of 2017. But who's going to win Best Country Solo Performance at the Grammys?

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Sam's "Body Like a Back Road" is the biggest country hit of 2017, and if the Recording Academy is smart, they will go with the ultimate smash.

Below are some notable lyrics, per Genius

🎶 Body like a back road, drivin' with my eyes closed. I know every curve like the back of my hand. Doin' 15 in a 30, I ain't in no hurry. I'ma take it slow just as fast as I can.🎶

Check out the music video below.

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Miranda is a well-respected country artist. She scored nods for her hit single "Vice" last year, and her success clearly carried over into 2016 with "Tin Man." The Grammys may want to honor her for the first time since 2015. 

Below are some significant lyrics, per Genius

🎶 Hey there Mr. Tin Man. You don't know how lucky you are. You shouldn't spend your whole life wishin'. For something bound to fall apart. Everytime you're feeling empty. Better thank your lucky stars. If you ever felt one breaking. You'd never want a heart. Oo-oo. Oo-oo. Oo.🎶

Watch the music video below. 

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Grammys Best Country Solo Performance: ‘Body Like a Back Road’ or 'Tin Man'?
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamSamHunt
#TeamMiranda