Everything is better with friends. The nominees for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 2020 GRAMMY Awards prove that sometimes the collaboration is key.
Whether it’s linking up with studio partners, an inspiration from another era, or your brothers for the first time in a long time – these songs all found a place in our heart because artists brought their talents together.
We want to hear from you on who you think should win the GRAMMY this year, but first a look back at our nominees.
Jonas Brothers -"Sucker"
2019 was the year of Jonas, with the trio reuniting and dominating. It all started with “Sucker,” one of the year’s most inescapable and infectious songs. The simple and delightful welcome back the brothers deserve.
Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus - "Old Town Road"
From Country chart reject to Billboard’s biggest song of all time, “Old Town Road” has seen some things. The viral sensation catapulted to yet another level when Billy Ray Cyrus jumped on, and the rest is history. Literally, with the barrier-breaking tune holding the record for most weeks ever at number one.
Post Malone and Swae Lee - "Sunflower"
Step into the Posty-verse, as the bright and vibrant Post Malone trades verses with Swae Lee for one of the biggest songs of the year, two years running. The two blend perfectly for a lovelorn tale that even Spider-man couldn’t contain.
Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello - "Señorita"
Nobody knows the power of "Señorita" better than Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello. The steamy song eventually took them both over and kick-started their relationship. It’s an irresistible and alluring track that could make anyone fall in love, and this couple is living proof.