- Betting odds for the 2021 Grammy Awards are up now.
- Everything from the top album of the year to the best song can be wagered on through sportsbooks.
- The fun begins at 8:00 p.m. EST on Sunday and will be broadcast by CBS.
LOS ANGELES – The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards show is on Sunday and betting lines are open for the multiple categories of the show asking bettors who they think the winners will be.
For anyone that’s ever placed a bet, the idea of being able to do so on a show like the Grammys makes it that much more interesting. Even people that are disinterested in it will find that they are now invested once they put skin in on the broadcast. And it’s always fun to guess the potential winners with or without the wagers, but this just ups the ante.
Preview Of The Top Bets On The Table
The Grammys will be a bit different this year as it will be a no in-person attendance program. This is due to the Coronavirus Pandemic and keeping everyone involved safe. Of course, fans can still throw their own socially distant, red carpet parties at home for the event as they watch it on television. And for all of those sports fan friends that would rather not watch, adding the element of betting on the Grammys to the table will appeal to their competitive nature.
Odds For Best R&B Song Of The Year
For the best R&B song category, Beyoncé’s “Black Parade” is the heavy favorite on sportsbooks like BetOnline with odds of (-350) to win the award. Beyoncé has won 24 Grammys over the course of her career. “Black Parade” was released on Juneteenth in celebration of Black America. Other songs that are up to win in this category are “Do It” (+280) by Chloe X Halle, “Better Than I Imagine” (+900) by Robert Glasper feat. H.E.R, “Slow Down” (+1100) by Skip Marley and H.E.R, and “Collide” (+1200) by Tiana Major9 and EARTHGANG.
Odds For Best Rap Song Of The Year
In the best Rap song category for entertainment betting enthusiasts, “Savage Remix” (-130) by Megan Thee Stallion ft Beyoncé is expected to win as it has the shortest odds. Seeing as anything that the Queen B touches ultimately turns into Grammy gold, this pick is no surprise. Other artists whose songs are nominated to win are “The Bigger Picture” (+175) by Lil Baby, “The Box” (+500) by Roddy Ricch, “Rockstar” (+750) by DaBaby ft Roddy Ricch, and “Laugh Now Cry Later” (+1000) by Drake ft Lil Durk.
Odds For Best Rock Song Of The Year
Moving over to the Rock side of things, Fiona Apple’s “Shameika” (-240) is expected to take home the Grammy in the best rock song category. Apple won her last Grammy in 1998 for Best Female Rock Performance. Other songs up to win the best rock song of the year are “Kyoto” (+250) by Phoebe Bridgers, “Stay High” (+650) by Brittany Howard, “Lost in Yesterday” (+900) by Tame Impala, and “Not” (+1200) by Big Thief.
Plenty of predictions for which nominees will win in various categories of the Grammys are being publicized but these are the top three categories getting the most action on sportsbooks.
The 63rd Grammy Awards Show will be held Sunday at 8:00 p.m. EST and broadcast on the CBS Network.
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Christina has been writing for as long as she can remember and does dedicated research on the newly regulated sports betting market. She comes from a family of sports lovers that engage in friendly bets from time to time. During the winter months, you can find Christina baking cookies and beating the entire staff at Mario Kart…the N64 version of course.