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A STARRING ROLE
FOR SIR LUCIAN
Vine Street's a fine street for a celebration. (1/23a)
GRAMMY'S 44 MOST POWERFUL PEOPLE
Behind the scenes at the Recording Academy (1/23a)
PARTY CENTRAL: YOUR GUIDE TO GRAMMY-WEEK GATHERINGS
Is that another open bar? (1/22a)
TOP 20: THREE
BIG BOWS
Em, Halsey and Mac make the scene. (1/23a)
GIVE THE DRUMMER SOME? AEROSMITH SAYS NO (UPDATE)
As if there weren't already enough drama... (1/23a)
OSCARS
More awards-season madness.
SUPERSTAR DROPS
Who's next?
THE GRAMMY SHOW
The lineup grows.
POLITCS
Oy vey.
Pub Crawling
ADDRESSING THE STEREOTYPES
12/19/17

The Stereotypes are up for three Grammy Awards, notably Song of the Year and Best R&B Song (for Bruno Mars' "That's What I Like") and Producer of the Year in acknowledgement of their work with Mars, KYLE, Fifth Harmony, Lil Yachty, Iggy Azalea and more.

So, who are they? Glad you asked.

They're Jonathan Yip (Warner/Chappell-Music for Milo), Ray Romulus (Sony/ATV-Please Enjoy the Music), Jeremy Reeves (W/C-Sumphu) and Ray McCullough (UMPG-Ra Charm). 

The exceedingly diverse group co-produced and co-wrote "That's What I Like" and worked on Mars' "Finesse" and "24k Magic"; they also collaborated with Pitbull on "Jungle" featuring E-40 and Abraham Mateo, which you can check out below.