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Drake and The Weeknd set to boycott the Grammys for the second straight year

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Drake and The Weeknd have decided to boycott the Grammys again. The 35-year-old One Dance rapper and the 32-year-old Blinding Lights singer have both decided they will not let their labels submit their music to the Recording Academy.

This is the second straight year the two Canadian artists have decided to challenge the 65-year-old organization. Boycotting: Drake and The Weeknd have decided to boycott the Grammys againBoth of the artists have expressed distaste for the Recording Academy's practices in the past.

Last year, The Weeknd announced he would boycott the Grammys in part due to the voters' snubbing of his critically-acclaimed album After Hours. 'Because of the secret committees, I will no longer allow my label to submit my music to the Grammys,' the Weeknd, born Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, said.

Distaste: Both of the artists have expressed distaste for the Recording Academy's practices in the past (pictured 2014) Snubbed: Last year, The Weeknd announced he would boycott the Grammys in part due to the voters' snubbing of his critically-acclaimed album After Hours (pictured 2018) He discussed being snubbed by the Grammys in an interview with Billboard which was published in January 2021.'I use a sucker punch as an analogy.

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