BEST NEW ARTIST:
James Bay

"James Bay for the win. He makes me feel things. He makes me want to fall in love deeply, swiftly and indulgently with Hold Back the River. One of Burberry's favourite artists, he's definitely deserving of not one, but three!" - Adibah Isa, Culture Editor

BEST JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL ALBUM:
My Favorite Things - Joey Alexander

"I was blown away by Indonesian jazz piano prodigy Joey Alexander's musicality, confidence and maturity. I can hear shades of his hero Thelonius Monk in his interpretations." - Renée Batchelor, Beauty Editor

BEST ROCK ALBUM:
Drones - Muse 

"A seventh release by Muse, Drones is a thinly veiled jab at communism. This dark concept is paired with an aggressive sound we loved from 2003's Absolution. With trance-worthy anthems like Dead Inside and PsychoMuse's recent stop in Singapore for The Drones World Tour was a religious experience worthy of the title." - Indah Jayanti, Editorial Intern

SONG OF THE YEAR:
Alright - Kendrick Lamar 

"Easily one of the best rappers of the decade, it's hard to trump Kendrick Lamar's artistry. Alright is an ode to positivity and hope, something we could all use now and then. A unique beat, stellar lyrics, and Lamar's trademark flow make Alright my choice for the Grammy." - Varsha Sivaram, Editorial Intern

RECORD OF THE YEAR:
Can't Feel My Face - The Weeknd

"Undeniably the smash hit for the summer. I mean, we'll look back in a few years and go, 'Remember the Summer of 2015?', To which we'll reply, 'Nah, I was so high that I couldn't feel my face.'" - Norman Tan, Editor-in-Chief

For a full list of Grammy 2016 nominees, click here.