The Weeknd Says He Will Never Submit Music To the Grammys Again
The Weeknd has announced in a new interview that he is “never” going to submit music to the Grammys ever again.
Speaking to GQ’s Mark Anthony Green, the 31-year old artist revealed he longer has any interest in sending his music to the awards show for consideration.
“I just don’t care. Because that will never be the reason why I do what I do. It never really was before,” he said.
Earlier this year, in March the singer referred to the Recording Academy as “corrupt” and vowed to no longer participate in the Grammys process after receiving zero nominations for his album ‘After Horus’.
The President and CEO of the Recording Academy announced shortly after The Weeknds’ statement that there would be major changes to the nomination process.
The singer now claims he has made peace with everything that happened and has come to the conclusion that he wasn’t good enough by the Recording Academy’s standards.
Despite this, he still confirmed once again that he will no longer be submitting his music for the Grammys.
“Everyone’s like, ‘No, just do better next time.’ I will do better, but not for you. I’m going to do better for me,” he said.
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