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Best New Artist

Posted by Sarah Rodman  February 8, 2009 09:34 PM

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Best New Artist- Adele

If you haven't checked out this Brit songbird yet, put it on the to do list.

I wonder how chilly that hug was since Estelle complained to the Guardian newspaper about the promotion of white soul singers like Duffy and Adele last year. "I'm not mad at them, but I'm wondering - how the hell is there not a single black person in the press singing soul? Adele ain't soul. She sounds like she heard some Aretha records once, and she's got a deeper voice - that don't mean she's soul."

Oh and for anyone keeping score at home, my fellow pop music critic James Reed and I are now two for two in our Grammy predictions.


Adele - 19

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2 comments so far...
  1. please tell me what the world see in the Jonas Bros. They have NO TALENT

    Posted by Bullshark February 8, 09 09:49 PM
  1. I also believe that the Jonas Brothers have no talent. I believe that they are good musians however, but they have no singing abilities what-so-ever. ;-]

    Posted by Julia Grassi February 9, 09 05:07 PM
 

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