Without a doubt, 2019 has definitely been Lizzo’s year with the chart-shattering studio album, “Cuz I Love You”, which peaked inside the top five of Billboard 200 and recently earned the r&b powerhouse eight Grammy nominations, making the “big four categories” – Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist. The album was also nominated for Best Urban Contemporary Album.
The American singer, songwriter and rapper also garnered three killer nominations for her breakout single – “Truth Hurts”.
Earlier this month Lizzo made her fans “felt like they won a lottery” at her Dublin gig, where she displayed her unique “tin whistle” skills. The singer who is also an enthusiastic flute player performed “My Heart Will Go on” on a tin whistle and one fans deemed the performance a “Phenomenal Act”.
The “Truth Hurts” singer must be feeling “Good as Hell” as she changed her Twtter handle from |Lizzo| to “Feeling Good as Hell”. All said and done, it’s been a great year for women in music as 9 of the 12 “big four” nominees are female artists including the likes of Ariana Grande and Billie Ellish. And most assuredly, it truly is a moment of triumph for female artists after the head of the Recording Academy said women need to”step up to be recognised.” Take that, Mr. Cynical