Drake Can't Win a 2018 GRAMMY Award for 'More Life'


Drake is apparently okay with passing up on the chance to deliver an “I just won a GRAMMY for a playlist” bar on his next album because, according to the AP, the Toronto native didn't submit More Life or any of its tracks for consideration at the 2018 GRAMMYs.

The AP has reached out to representatives for Drake and the Recording Academy, but neither party responded with a comment before their report was published.

Earlier this year, Drake took home two GRAMMY awards (Best Rap Song, Best Rap/Sung Collaboration) for "Hotline Bling," but the 31-year-old didn't attend the ceremony, joining a list of artists that included Kanye West, Justin Bieber, and Frank Ocean.



Stepping Into Cico P’s Texas

East Texas native Cico P makes a case for not sleeping on his city. He breaks down his sound for Audiomack World.


Juls’ Journey Through the Diaspora

Juls helped build up Afrobeats from a footnote in global pop music into a full and highly-cited chapter. He breaks it down for Audiomack World.


Don Toliver, Tame Impala & 5an: Best of the Week

Don Toliver, Tame Impala, 5an, and more, all had the best new songs on Audiomack this week.

On November 28, nominees for all 83 GRAMMY categories will be officially announced. The ceremony will be held on January 28, 2018, at New York's Madison Square Garden.



Drake's 'More Life' to Spend More Time in the No. 1 Spot

This might be hard to believe, but Drake just keeps on winning.


Why Drake & Kanye West Won't Be Attending GRAMMYs

A few of music's biggest stars won't be attending "music's biggest night" this year.


Did Bryson Tiller Delay Drake's 'More Life'?

The Louisville R&B star hinted at a collaboration between the two—which would be their first.


Drake's 'More Life' Reportedly Contains 20 "Newly Recorded" Tracks

The "project playlist" could also arrive as soon as this weekend, reportedly.


Drake Confirms 'More Life' Release Date

After five months of false promises and broken dreams, we have a date.