The Jakarta Post
Spotify also created a playlist for the 59th Grammy Awards last February. (Shutterstock.com/Denys Prykhodov)
Following the announcement of the nominees of the 60th Grammy Awards on Tuesday, online music streaming service Spotify has released an official playlist for the annual event.
The playlist, which consists of 75 songs, is filled with the nominees' tracks. Rapper Kendrick Lamar, who received seven nominations this year, is included on the list with “HUMBLE.” and “LOYALTY.” There is also Bruno Mars, with his popular tracks “24K Magic” as well as “That’s What I Like,” P!nk with “What About Us,” Ed Sheeran with “Shape of You,” Bob Dylan with “I Could Have Told You” and Lorde “Green Light.”
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However, songs from Jay-Z, who tops the event with eight nominations, is nowhere to be found as neither “The Story of O.J.” or other songs from his album 4:44 are on the streaming service.
The award’s official website stated that the rapper, known for “Drunk in Love" featuring his wife, Beyoncé, will be honored with the Grammy Salute to Industry Icons Award during the pre-Grammy gala for his “significant contributions to the music industry and philanthropic endeavors.”
Previously Spotify also created a playlist for the 59th Grammy Awards, which was held in February.
The 60th Grammy Awards is scheduled to be held on Jan. 28 at Madison Square Garden, New York. (asw)
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