The countdown begins until the long-awaited evening of musical GREATNESS kick starts! In honor of tonight’s Grammy awards, here at Clutch, we believe to have the inside scoop on who will (or should) be walking away with a few shiny golden rewards.

In categories with no obvious winner due to the high volume of worthy contenders, this year’s Grammy’s can make for its most surprising award show yet, or we could be very accurate with our predictions.

Here’s last-minute tease of our top 5 category winners!

Best New Artist

Projected Winner: Frank Ocean

Alabama Shakes
Hunter Hayes
The Lumineers
Frank Ocean

Last year as the web and music industry went into frenzy over Frank’s publicly bold decision to come out, there is no denying all of publicity and attention that follows his every move. His album had received critical praise, and the kid immediately became the name behind something bold and revolutionary. None of that has ANYTHING to do with the awards, ….or does it? Great publicity and a hit album sounds like a winning formula for a Grammy winner to us!

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  • Bonjour

    I’m a Miguel fan and I wish he had won in every category that he was nominated for. But unfortunately that’s not the case.

  • The Other Jess

    The grammy’s sucked this year with the exception of the performances by Rihanna, Miguel and Justin Timebrlake.

  • EST. 1986

    Why do people obsess over Frank Ocean? His live performances prove he is mediocre.

    • kelly

      Im happy im not the only person who can see through the shame of Frank Ocean, I was a big fan back in the day, but after seeing him live and seeing all his stunts and sideshows I slowly lost intreast, to me Miguel and Bruno deserve more praise then frank because he cant performe.

  • nikki

    Can we talk about the Robert Glasper Experiment?!? I’m SO glad they won best r&b album. Lalah Hathaway is EVERYTHING on that album