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Grammys' Song of the Year Nominees - Listen to Each Track!

Grammys' Song of the Year Nominees - Listen to Each Track!

The 2015 Grammy Awards are just a couple day away so we’re going to take some time to recap the major categories and which artists are nominated in them!

First up is Song of the Year, an award that goes to the songwriter and not necessarily the performer. This year though, all five songs were written or co-written by the artist who recorded them.

VOTE: Who should win Song of the Year?

The nominees in this category are Meghan Trainor‘s “All About That Bass,” Sia‘s “Chandelier,” Taylor Swift‘s “Shake It Off,” Sam Smith‘s “Stay with Me (Darkchild Version),” and Hozier‘s “Take Me to Church.”

Click through the slideshow below to listen to each song…

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  • Sandy McFarlane

    I’m totally rooting for Hozier, his entire album is gold

  • mm366

    Don’t watch the G’s and won’t watch the G’s but I hope Megan Trainor’s wins. She’s such a talented writer/producer and just more interesting than Taylor Swift (imo.) As a songwriter, AATB, to me, it’s a near perfect pop song with a great message. It’s got a great melody, love the piano, the bridge, chorus, verse and harmonies are all great and it’s just three notes from start to final – A Bm E and that’s it. Take Me To Church is a great song as is Chandelier, I’m not a Sam Smith fan much and Taylor’s probably going to win because she’s the darling girl next door who can’t do wrong.

  • Danae

    As an average radio listener, I cannot recall being that annoyed by one repetitive phrase and catchy tune.

  • roserie

    Chandelier, didn’t even need to think about it

  • mm366

    Um, ok?