Grammy award nominations have been revealed and it appears that always an angry Twitter they make. In the rap category, K Dot, whose second studio effort, “To Pimp A Butterfly”, earned critical acclaim for its excellence and earned a nomination. Kendrick Lamar has earned 11 nominations as well. J. Cole’s release “2014 Forest Hills”  received a Best Rap Album nod along with Nicki Minaj for “Pinkprint” and Drake received  a nomination for his mixtape “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” as well. Rapper/producer Dr Dre’s west coast ode “Compton”, his first studio album in sixteen years, also received a nomination. Noticeably absence, however, was one of the genre’s hottest artist of 2015, Future. Although the Grammy board doesn’t hand out awards for launching a fan Hive, the rapper blasted from speakers coast to coast with his album “DS2”, his first album to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200. He also completed a joint project with Drake “What A Time To Be Alive”. There’s also Fetty Wrap, who has a smash with “Trap Queen” and followed with “Again”, “My Way” and “679”. He received a nomination for Best Rap Performance. A look at the R&B category makes it difficult for one to understand the boards train to thought. Former B2K member and “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” star Omarion was none too please about receiving no nominations for “Post To Be” while lesser none artist like Kehlani, Lianne La Havas and the Internet all earned Best Urban Contemporary Album nods. D’Angelo  even earned himself a record of the year nomination.  It’s hard to blame the Grammys when their priority isn’t the Internet’s happiness, but consider Twitter wasted energy throwing darts at their nominations. When it comes to Rap and R&B, it’s anyone’s game. At least that’s what their 2016 nominations make it out to be.