Song of the Year: Wiz Khalifa Feat. Charlie Puth – “See You Again”
This track’s message to the late actor Paul Walker was beyond touching. The song became an instant classic because of the message inscribed by Wiz and Charlie to those missing a loved one.
Best Rap Album: J.Cole – Forest Hills Drive 2014
Cole has been shunned by award shows since his start. We’re not saying that The Grammy’s owe him, but let’s be honest here: Cole stayed true to himself and proved he was a one-man band by delivering a platinum RAP album with zero features and no singles.
Best Rap Song: Fetty Wap – “Trap Queen”
Fetty’s splash in 2014 damn near drowned everybody. Honestly, we haven’t witnessed a rapper dominate the airwaves in a one-year span like Fetty since Lil Wayne and Eminem. “Trap Queen” ignited his spark and helped him ballon into a heavyweight in the rap world. This record was just undeniable.