How didn't J Cole's MIDDLE CHILD win a Grammy?


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J Cole’s MIDDLE CHILD is a very popular song by the American rapper. It was released on January 23, 2019 as the first single from Dreamville’s compilation album, Revenge of the Dreamers III. The song was produced by J Cole and T-Minus, and it contains a sample from "Wake Up to Me" by First Choice. The song explores J Cole’s position as a "middle child" of rap, who respects the older generation and mentors the younger one . The song has over 254 million views on YouTube.

J. Cole's "Middle Child" was nominated for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song at the 2020 Grammy Awards, but it did not win in either category. The song lost to "Racks in the Middle" by Nipsey Hussle featuring Roddy Ricch in the Best Rap Performance category, and "A Lot" by 21 Savage featuring J. Cole in the Best Rap Song category.

The Grammy Awards are decided by a voting process that involves members of the Recording Academy, who are music industry professionals. The process is not always transparent, and it is possible that "Middle Child" simply did not receive enough votes to win in its nominated categories. Additionally, the competition in the rap categories at the Grammy Awards is often very strong, with many talented artists and songs vying for the same awards.

Some online analysts complained that the lyrics of the song sounded BOASTFUL, but that cannot take anything from what is arguably Cole's best product up until that moment.

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June 13, 2023


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