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These 2017 Albums Missed the Grammys Eligibility Cut-Off Date

These 2017 Albums Missed the Grammys Eligibility Cut-Off Date

There are so many albums released in 2017 that are not nominated at the 2018 Grammy Awards, and that’s because they missed the eligibility cut-off date!

The 60th Annual Grammy Awards is going to honor music released from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017. Anything released after that date will be eligible for awards during the 2019 ceremony.

The top-selling album of 2017, Taylor Swift‘s reputation, was released on November 10, so it is not eligible this year. Her single “Look What You Made Me Do” was released during the eligibility period, but it was not nominated for any of the categories it contended in.

Some of the other artists whose albums missed the cut-off date include Pink, Kelly Clarkson, and Eminem.

Click through the slideshow to see which albums missed the cut-off…

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