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The Grammys: The greatest song of the year

The Grammys: The greatest song of the year

The Grammys identification of the greatest song of the year is more complex than most rewards.

  • Song Of The Year rewards the songwriters who wrote and composed the song.
  • The awards have Record Of The Year, which goes to the singer and production team.

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