Ed Sheeran has had one heck of a year! But is it enough?
It has been an impressive year for music, and the NARAS (The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences) is ready to award the best at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards.
One of our favorite categories is Song of the Year and this year, we just can't decide!
Can the only band in the category, Fun take the award for "We Are Young"? Or will the Academy "Adorn" Miguel with the win? (It would be the first Grammy award for both Fun and Miguel.)
And is Kelly Clarkson "Stronger" than Ed's "A Team"? Kelly already has two Grammys; Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for her song "Since You've Been Gone" and Best Pop Vocal Album for Breakaway.
And what about Carly Rae Jepsen, will she get a call from the Academy? Maybe.
Fun and Kelly are also two of the many musical acts scheduled to perform at the 2013 Grammy Awards on February 10.
Who do you think should get the Grammy for Song of the Year?
|"Call Me Maybe"- Carly Rae Jepsen||99 (6.4%)|
|"The A Team"- Ed Sheeran||1163 (75.4%)|
|"Adorn"- Miguel||30 (1.9%)|
|"Stronger"- Kelly Clarkson||98 (6.4%)|
|"We Are Young"- Fun||153 (9.9%)|
(Cambio has lots more Grammy coverage in store for you this week! We'll be on the red carpets with Grammy Camp graduates Cameron Capers and Allison Spice. Imagine that! To apply for this summer's Grammy Camp, check out the Grammy in the Schools website.)