Drake‘s domination the pop-cultural sphere with his hyper-hit ‘Hotline Bling’ led many to believe that he’d land many a nomination in the recently released tally.
However, it’s now emerged that a mistake at his embattled label Cash Money has caused what many have deemed one of the most pronounced injustices in recent years.
According to Hits Daily Double, ‘Bling’ was not submitted, due to a “clerical error” on the part of Cash Money.
That chart smash, which reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100, was eligible by date (it was officially released in July, way ahead of the September 30th deadline).
The mess-up will likely cause heightened tensions between Drizzy and the Birdman run imprint. Indeed, recent years have seen him veer further from the fold and focus on his own OVO movement.
He’s not the only one too. Nicki Minaj has been pushing more of a solo agenda of late, while Lil Wayne’s spat with Cash Money is as public as public gets.
Is the once formidable faction on the brink of a break-up?
Dramas like this surely highlight that something is off.