CM – The Grammy Awards are redesigning the guidelines to avoid tampering

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Washington, May 2 (Prensa Latina) Following recent corruption allegations against anonymous voting experts, the organizers of the Grammy Awards have revised their guidelines to prevent tampering.

As announced by the organizers, would instead choose the January 2022 nominations and winners to break out of the old, notoriously complex voting process with committees of 15-30 members – high-level peers have the final say in 72 categories. The controversy arose last year when Canadian singer The Weeknd failed this year’s nominations despite a hit single « After Hours » that set a record 52 weeks, Deborah Dugan, then executive director of the Recording Academy, said she gave clues Having « serious » voting irregularities. Her claims came after she was taken on administrative leave on misconduct allegations, although she said it was in retaliation for speaking out. Stars like Zayn Malik and Halsey had claimed that the selection process was unfair and that there was a lack of transparency. He later made it clear that he was « concerned about the need for inclusion and the lack of transparency in the nomination process » and said the current system « allows favoritism, racism and network politics to influence the vote ». In a press release from the Recording Academy, a non-profit organization, it said that new changes will be implemented for the upcoming edition to ensure that « the rules and guidelines of the Grammy Awards are transparent and fair ». Despite the aforementioned conflicts, the 2021 Grammy Awards were renewed, recognizing the work of women such as Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Tiara Thomas, Megan Thee Hengst, Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Natalia Lafourcade and Brittany Howard, among others who claimed the role of women in the industry.ef / pll / ga / lbl

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