Song of the Year Odds
LOS ANGELES, CA (TheSpread) – Song of the Year is one of the primary categories in the 2012 Grammy’s. Here is a look at the nominees for this award and their odds to win.
According to oddsmakers, Adele is the favorite to win Song of the Year for her song “Rolling in the Deep”. She has a money line of -500 to win the award. Other nominees and odds for the award are Kanye West (+450), Mumford and Sons (+700), Bruno Mars (+1500), and Bon Iver (+2000).
Adele has won two Grammy’s in her career and her song “Rolling in the Deep” is up for three different awards this year. The single went 5x Platinum in the United States and hit No. 1 in 13 different international charts.
Kanye West is up for song of the year with his song “All of the Lights” in which he worked with Rihanna and Kid Cudi. West has won 14 Grammy’s in his career and this song is up for three awards this year. The song went Platinum in the United States but never reached the top of any international singles charts.
Mumford and Sons is up for their song “The Cave”. They have four Grammy nominations this year for this song. It has sold over a million digital copies but never hit No. 1 on any international record charts.
Bruno Mars is nominated for the song “Grenade”. He has won one Grammy in his career and the record is up for three different Grammy’s this year. The record went 4x Platinum in the United States and topped 17 different international charts.
Bon Iver is nominated for the song “Holocene”. Bon Iver has never won a Grammy and the record didn’t perform well in the international charts, it received great critical acclaim by music publications.
The 2012 Grammy Awards will take place at 8PM ET on Sunday, Feb. 12 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. For complete odds on the Song of the Year, see below.
2012 Grammy Awards – Song of the Year Odds – Feb. 12, 2012
Adele (Rolling in the Deep) -500
Kayne West ft. Rihanna & Kid Cudi (All of the Lights) +450
Mumford and Sons (The Cave) +700
Bruno Mars (Grenade) +1500
Bon Iver (Holocene) +2000