Seriously?! How did these artists and albums get overlooked by the Grammys?!

Many think Taylor Swift was robbed in 2014 when her more mature, insightful album “Red” lost Album of the Year to Daft Punk.

Kanye West’s career-defining record “Graduation” lost Album of the year to "River: The Joni Letters" by Herbie Hancock. He did not take it well.

"Lemonade" a truly iconic, one-of-a-kind album that only Beyoncé could make, lost to Adele in 2017. Tough call, but even Adele said it should go to Bey.

Traveling back in time, it seems like a literal crime that Prince’s iconic album “Purple Rain” lost Album of the Year to Lionel Richie’s “Can't Slow Down” in 1985. There are no words.

When Fun. Won Best New Artist over Frank Ocean in 2013, jaws were all over the floor. Heck, they still might be there.

And finally, The Beatle's “Abbey Road”, one of the most iconic albums of all time, lost in 1970 "Blood, Sweat & Tears" by Blood, Sweat & Tears.