With the glow of the Grammy still shining, Spike TV popped out a list they call the “10 Worst Musicians to win a Grammy.”
Do you agree with these? Call me crazy but I think Spike TV has it all wrong!
10. Celine Dion – I am proud to say I love me some Celine. What’s not to love about her power ballads and fist bumps to the chest. Not to mention her Cirque de Soliel Show. (Yes I saw it.) Here are just some of the gems Celine has bestowed on us.
- “Where Does My Heart Beat Now”
- “If You Asked Me To”
- “Beauty and the Beast” (duet with Peabo Bryson)
- “The Power of Love”
- Because You Loved Me”
- “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now”
- “All by Myself”
- “Tell Him” (duet with Barbra Streisand)
- “My Heart Will Go On”
- “I’m Your Angel” (duet with R. Kelly)
- “I Want You to Need Me”
- “A New Day Has Come”
- “I Drove All Night”
9. Enya?? Why are they picking on Enya?Â Without getting into the genius and simplicity of the CD Shepard Moons (that I learned on the piano. No Holly for Miss Quinn is still one of my favorite tunes to play.) Enya won in the New Age music category. Do you know anyone else in that category? I surely don’t.
8. Nelly. Country Grammar…come on people. We might have forgotten childhood rhymes had it not been for Nelly. And let’s not forget the duet he did with Tim McGraw. Long before Rascal Flatts and Jamie Foxx at the CMT awards, Nelly and McGraw were jammin’ together. Grammy worthy? I think so.
7. Hootie and the Blowfish. “Let her Cry” is such a heat wrenching song. Hootie was the soundtrack of our 90s lives . Let them enjoy their Grammy.
6. All-4-One. 1995 was the year and All-4-One was the R&B group that made every lady swoon. In fact their song “I Swear” and “I Can Love You Like That” were so popular that the country music world made their own versions of the song.
5. Britney Spears. Although I love Brit Brit, I can see why one might question her Grammy win. But Britney won Grammy for Best Dance Recording for “Toxic.” “Toxic” was, is and always will be a phenomenal song Spike TV.
4. Michael Bolton. He was serenading the Cougars before they had a name. And for that he deserves an award.
3. Puff Daddy. The song “I’ll Be Missing You” put him on the map and won him a Grammy. Without it we may not have been blessed with Diddy, P.Diddy, Puffy, etc. Can you imagine a world with Sean? I don’t think we want to.
2. Milli Vanilli. Definitely should be on the list. They should be #1 on the list.Â They lip synced!
1.Â Baha Men. Ha ha, Didn’t even realize they had won one for “Who Let the Dogs Out” (hoo hoo hoo hoo hoo). Surprising? Yes. But it was a Dance Recording win. I think leeway is given there.
I want to hear from you. Who do you think should make this list?