The annual Grammy Award Popularity Contest is right around the corner as the 2016 list of nominees was announced earlier this morning.

Kendrick Lamar earned the most Grammy nods with 11 with his release of To Pimp A Butterfly, while Taylor Swift and The Weeknd followed closely with seven nods each. For our money, greatness like Kendrick, Chris Stapleton, and Disclosure should be the odds-on favorites to be the night’s biggest winners.

But per usual, people still find themselves enthralled by the stench of “Taylor Swift” and dominated radio play of “Uptown Funk,” “Can’t Feel My Face,” and more.

So, who will win big at the 2016 Grammy Awards? Take a look at the nominees for top categories and our predictions below.

Record Of The Year

“Really Love” by D’Angelo And The Vanguard

“Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson Featuring Bruno Mars

“Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran

“Blank Space” by Taylor Swift

“Can’t Feel My Face” by The Weeknd

For some reason, Kendrick Lamar was not included in this category but the winner for this one is quite simple. It’ll go to “Uptown Funk.” And we’ll hate it.

Read how Mark Ronson’s career as a super producer started long before Uptown Funk went mega-viral. 

Album Of The Year

Sound & Color by Alabama Shakes

To Pimp A Butterfly by Kendrick Lamar

Traveller by Chris Stapleton

1989 by Taylor Swift

Beauty Behind The Madness by The Weeknd

Kendrick Lamar is going to narrowly beat out Chris Stapleton for this award but here’s to hoping that Taylor Swift comes in last because she’s annoying.

Song Of The Year

“Alright” by Kendrick Lamar

“Girl Crush” by Little Big Town

“See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth

“Thinking Out Loud” by Edward Sheeran

The Fast and Furious, Paul Walker fanatic in Blen wants Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s eulogy to the late Paul Walker to win. However, Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright” was the single most important song of 2015 so he’s going to take it.

Best New Artist

Courtney Barnett

James Bay

Sam Hunt

Tori Kelly

Meghan Trainor

This is possibly the most intriguing category of them all because it includes five legit artists rather than five popular once. Meghan Trainor takes it, though all five are deserving.

Best Dance Recording

“We’re All We Need” by Above & Beyond Featuring Zoë Johnston

“Go” by The Chemical Brothers

“Never Catch Me” by Flying Lotus Featuring Kendrick Lamar

“Runaway (U & I)” by Galantis

“Where Are Ü Now” by Skrillex And Diplo With Justin Bieber

This one is a no-brainer. “Where Are Ü Now” by Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber may have been the song of the year and should take this trophy home with ease.

Best Dance/Electronic Album

Our Love by Caribou

Born In The Echoes by The Chemical Brothers

Caracal by Disclosure

In Colour by Jamie XX

Skrillex And Diplo Present Jack Ü

Once again, Skrillex & Diplo Present Jack Ü was the best electronic dance music album released in 2015. But Jamie xx is still a certified disco genius.

Read our review of Caribou’s “Our Love” here.

Best Rap Song

“All Day” by Kanye West Featuring Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom & Paul McCartney

“Alright” by Kendrick Lamar

“Energy” by Drake

“Glory” by Common & John Legend

“Trap Queen” by Fetty Wap

Politics, awards, and rap music go together like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich if you also dipped it in chocolate and put it on a stick. That’s a super long metaphor for saying that Glory and Alright are probably the favorites to take this home.

Because I have a feeling that this is the Grammy’s show that solidifies Kendrick Lamar on the Mount Rushmore of rap music, I think “Alright” is your winner. It’s the single most important rap song of 2015.

Though important doesn’t always win, this year it will.

Best Rap Album

2014 Forest Hills Drive by J. Cole

Compton by Dr. Dre

If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late by Drake

To Pimp A Butterfly by Kendrick Lamar

The Pinkprint by Nicki Minaj

First of all, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late isn’t even an album it’s a mixtape. I don’t think that makes a difference but let’s call it what it is. How weak of a rap year it was to play a role in the academy’s choice to include it with the likes of 2014 Forest Hills Drive and To Pimp A Butterfly

The award is going to TPAB just like every other major award will, too. It’s Kendrick’s night.

Read our review of To Pimp A Butterfly here.

Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical

“Hold On” (Fatum Remix)

“Runaway (U & I)” (Kaskade Remix)

“Say My Name” (RAC Remix)

“Uptown Funk” (Dave Audé Remix)

While RAC may deserve the award for best remixed recording (non-classical), I think Kaskade might steal the Grammy right from under RAC’s nose.

Best Comedy Album

Back To The Drawing Board by Lisa Lampanelli

Brooklyn by Wyatt Cenac

Happy. And A Lot. by Jay Mohr

Just Being Honest by Craig Ferguson

Live At Madison Square Garden by Louis C.K.

Louis CK deserves this award because, let’s be honest, he’s Louis CK. He doesn’t know how to fail.