Boots Riley Reacts To Golden Globes Snub Of 'Sorry To Bother You' Movie

Sorry To Bother You didn’t earn any Golden Globe nominations this 12 months. The movie doesn’t seem as a contender for Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy) listing and its director, Boots Riley wasn’t thought-about for Best Director both.

The filmmaker commented on the snub social media. Although he has already been met with resistance from the business with reference to his creation, Riley continues to be upset.

“F**okay it. I am not going to behave like I am not disillusioned. But I do notice that to have been ready to get my hopes up and be let down is what I name drawback.”


The movie’s lead actors, Lakeith Stanfield and Tessa Thompson, had been additionally excluded from the nominations for his or her roles. Sorry to Bother You continues to be critically-acclaimed, garnering nominations for different entities cinema, together with two Independent Spirit Awards for Best First Feature and Best Screenplay.

Boots Riley can be doling out his personal dismissals as he’s being fered a mess pressional alternatives.

“The quantity scripts I’ve gotten since Sorry To Bother You which are like, ‘The studio says it’s the film for you!’ …And it’s ‘Insert hit title right here 2. I’ve already needed to move up my ‘$100m for 5 years’ factor a number of occasions since Sorry To Bother You. I’d somewhat do the stuff I wanna do, you already know? And I will.”

Full List Of Latin Grammy Nominations: J Balvin Rules Supreme

The 2018 Latin Grammy Award nominations had been introduced on Thursday (September 20), and J Balvin was blessed with eight nods. Balvin leads all nominees based mostly f the power his album Vibras. Of course, Balvin’s hit single  “Mi gente” earned him quite a few nods, together with one for his remix that includes Beyonce. Other than Balvin and a choose few different artists, the Reggaeton style was extensively ignored although. The nominees this 12 months appears to fall below the class pop or extra conventional Latin music. For instance, Ozuna and Bad Bunny are solely up for one award every. 

Instead, this 12 months, voters determined to shine a lightweight on songwriters. “I used to be stunned on the quantity singer/songwriters,” acknowledged Gabriel Abaroa, President/CEO The Latin Recording Academy  Billboard. “I noticed the membership voted for lyrical music. So as a substitute getting pissed off by what didn’t make in, I’m glad for what did make it in. And amongst that, I used to be struck by the robust presence singer/songwriters and so much new product.” 

The 2018 Latin Grammys happen on November 15 on the MGM Grand Arena and can air reside on the Univision Network. Check out a listing the main classes’ nominees under, and head over to for a full listing. 

Key Latin Grammy nominations

Álbum del Año  
Prometo – Pablo Alborán 
Vibras – J Balvin 
Caravanas – Chico Buarque 
Salvavidas De Hielo – Jorge Drexler 
Siguiente – El David Aguilar 
Soy Yo – Kany García 
Musas (Un Homenaje Al Folclore Latinoamericano En Manos De Los Macorinos), Vol. 2 – Natalia Lafourcade 
México Por Siempre – Luis Miguel 
Encanto Tropical – Monsieur Periné 
Cuando El Río Suena... – Rozalén 
Grabación del Año  
No Vaya A Ser – Pablo Alborán 
É Fake (Homem Barato) – Anaadi 
Mi Gente – J Balvin con Willy William 
Internacionales – Bomba Estéreo 
Telefonía – Jorge Drexler
Para Siempre – Kany García 
– Nicky Jam y J Balvin 
Danza De Gardenias – Natalia Lafourcade junto con Los Macorinos 
Bailar Contigo – Monsieur Periné 
Malamente – Rosalía 
Canción del Año – Premio al Compositor(es)
Antes De Ti – Manú Jalil y Mon Laferte, compositores (Mon Laferte) 
Bailar Contigo – Monsieur Periné, compositor (Monsieur Periné) 
Danza De Gardenias – David Aguilar Dorantes y Natalia Lafourcade, compositores (Natalia Lafourcade junto con Los Macorinos) 
Embrujo – El David Aguilar, compositor (El David Aguilar) 
La Puerta Violeta – Rozalén, compositora (Rozalén) 
Malamente – Antón Alvarez Alfaro, Pablo Diaz-Reixa y Rosalía, compositores (Rosalía) 
Para Siempre – Kany García, compositora (Kany García) 
Robarte Un Beso – Mauricio Rengifo, Andrés Torres, Carlos Vives y Sebastián Yatra, compositores (Carlos Vives y Sebastián Yatra) 
Telefonía – Jorge Drexler, compositor (Jorge Drexler) 
Tu Vida Mi Vida – Fito Páez, compositor (Fito Páez) 
Mejor Nuevo Artista 
Ángela Aguilar 
El David Aguilar 
Alex Ferreira 
Karol G 
Los Petitfellas 
Nana Mendoza 
Christian Nodal 
Claudia Prieto 
Benjamín Walker 
Mejor Álbum Vocal Pop Contemporáneo  
Ser – Axel 
Camino Fuego Y Libertad – Pablo López 
Cuerpo Y Alma – Beatriz Luengo
F.A.M.E. – Maluma
Miradas – Nana Mendoza 

Mejor Fusión/Interpretación 
Urbana Mi Gente – J Balvin con Willy William junto con Beyoncé 
Internacionales – Bomba Estéreo 
Yo Contra Ti – Daddy Yankee junto con la Orquesta Sinfónica De Puerto Rico 
Sua Cara – Major Lazer junto con Anitta y Pabllo Vittar 
Malamente – Rosalía 
Mejor Álbum de Música Alternativa 
Claroscura – Aterciopelados 
Puñal – Dante Spinetta 
Fuerza Arará – Telmary 
Mismo Sitio, Distinto Lugar – Vetusta Morla 
Aztlan – Zoé 
Mejor Canción Regional Mexicana – Premio al Compositor(es) 
Arránquense Muchachos – Domingo Leiva Delgado, compositor (Pedro Fernández) 
Ayúdame A Olvidarte – Gabriel Flores y Yoel Henríquez, compositores (La Explosiva Banda De Maza) 
Corrido De Juanito – Edén Muñoz, compositor (Calibre 50) 
El Sueño Americano – Salvador Hurtado, compositor (La Energía Norteña) 
Probablemente – Christian Nodal, compositor (Christian Nodal) 
Mejor Álbum Música Popular Brasileña 
Mano Que Zuera – João Bosco 
Caravanas – Chico Buarque 
Edu, Dori E Marcos – Edu Lobo, Dori Caymmi y Marcos Valle 
Campos Neutrais – Vitor Ramil 
Deus É Mulher – Elza Soares

Mariah Carey Says She's Been "Screwed" Out Of Grammys, Calls Her Current Wins "Cute"

Mariah Carey has won a total five Grammys throughout the course her career and has been nominated 34 times. In 1991 she picked up Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, followed by Best Contemporary R&B Album, Best R&B Song and, again, Best Female R&B Vocal Performance in 2006.

“In the music business, if you care about the Grammys and submitting your stuff before a certain time frame, you want a single out in the summer, and then you want to have your record out] before the Grammys consideration] deadline, which has changed,” she told V Magazine.

She continued: “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn. I mean, I have five Grammys. That’s cute. There’s people that have been doing this half the time that have twice as many Grammys].”

She elaborated on her Grammy wins the first year she started and said that after that the Academy Awards decided to not “go with the people that are selling a lot records and are popular” but rather the “opposite way.”

“So I got screwed out certain years. I wasn’t bitter about it. I was just like, okay, well, I guess I’m not standing here barefoot onstage singing and trying to go a certain way. I’m just me.”