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What Obscure Grammy Category Are You?

From Best Polka Album to Best Spoken World Album for Children, discover which obscure (and often totally silly) Grammy category best suits your personality! Before the awards begin, tune in to our GRAMMY Countdown every weekday morning at 11/10c and all day Sunday, Feb. 12 starting at 10/9c!

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Before the awards begin, tune in to our GRAMMY Countdown every weekday morning at 11/10c and all day Sunday, Feb. 12 starting at 10/9c! Find Fuse in your area with our Channel Finder.

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What's your dream date?

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Best Polka Album

A tragic thing happened in 2011. The Grammy Award organization thought there were too many categories and cut the underrated gem that is Best Polka Album from the program. Polka might seem like an antiquated genre, but don't tell that to musician Jimmy Sturr, who took home the award almost every year for a decade. If this is your answer, you're more than one of a kind: Your individuality comes from a place of real, weird talent. Never forget that!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 817 -- Pictured: Margaret C. Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Best Pop Instrumental Album

If you're of a certain age and you're reading this, you might be unfamiliar with Kenny G (the guy in that photo up there? Not Weird Al!). What Mr. G excels at is the saxophone, crafting smooth sounds that sometimes make him a target for criticism. Regardless, the dude is swimming in Grammys. If this is your answer, you might be a misunderstood talent, but you'll one day be a totally successful one. Hang in there!

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

Before the Grammys limited all reading talent to the Best Spoken World Album category, there was the subsection of Best Spoken World Album For Children. 'The Lion King' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' are noted winners. It might not be music, but it's something beloved by all—just like you!

Best Album Notes

Best Album Notes, also known as the only way to score a Grammy without being a musician or recording an album! This is still an active Grammy category, one where the record with the best, most interesting liner notes wins. If this is your answer, you've got a knack for storytelling, communicating in a way that's universal and interesting. It probably makes you a great friend with strong, worthwhile relationships!


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What's your favorite way to listen to music?

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Best Polka Album

A tragic thing happened in 2011. The Grammy Award organization thought there were too many categories and cut the underrated gem that is Best Polka Album from the program. Polka might seem like an antiquated genre, but don't tell that to musician Jimmy Sturr, who took home the award almost every year for a decade. If this is your answer, you're more than one of a kind: Your individuality comes from a place of real, weird talent. Never forget that!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 817 -- Pictured: Margaret C. Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Best Pop Instrumental Album

If you're of a certain age and you're reading this, you might be unfamiliar with Kenny G (the guy in that photo up there? Not Weird Al!). What Mr. G excels at is the saxophone, crafting smooth sounds that sometimes make him a target for criticism. Regardless, the dude is swimming in Grammys. If this is your answer, you might be a misunderstood talent, but you'll one day be a totally successful one. Hang in there!

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

Before the Grammys limited all reading talent to the Best Spoken World Album category, there was the subsection of Best Spoken World Album For Children. 'The Lion King' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' are noted winners. It might not be music, but it's something beloved by all—just like you!

Best Album Notes

Best Album Notes, also known as the only way to score a Grammy without being a musician or recording an album! This is still an active Grammy category, one where the record with the best, most interesting liner notes wins. If this is your answer, you've got a knack for storytelling, communicating in a way that's universal and interesting. It probably makes you a great friend with strong, worthwhile relationships!


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Pick a word

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Best Polka Album

A tragic thing happened in 2011. The Grammy Award organization thought there were too many categories and cut the underrated gem that is Best Polka Album from the program. Polka might seem like an antiquated genre, but don't tell that to musician Jimmy Sturr, who took home the award almost every year for a decade. If this is your answer, you're more than one of a kind: Your individuality comes from a place of real, weird talent. Never forget that!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 817 -- Pictured: Margaret C. Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Best Pop Instrumental Album

If you're of a certain age and you're reading this, you might be unfamiliar with Kenny G (the guy in that photo up there? Not Weird Al!). What Mr. G excels at is the saxophone, crafting smooth sounds that sometimes make him a target for criticism. Regardless, the dude is swimming in Grammys. If this is your answer, you might be a misunderstood talent, but you'll one day be a totally successful one. Hang in there!

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

Before the Grammys limited all reading talent to the Best Spoken World Album category, there was the subsection of Best Spoken World Album For Children. 'The Lion King' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' are noted winners. It might not be music, but it's something beloved by all—just like you!

Best Album Notes

Best Album Notes, also known as the only way to score a Grammy without being a musician or recording an album! This is still an active Grammy category, one where the record with the best, most interesting liner notes wins. If this is your answer, you've got a knack for storytelling, communicating in a way that's universal and interesting. It probably makes you a great friend with strong, worthwhile relationships!


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Pick a memorable Grammy performance

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Best Polka Album

A tragic thing happened in 2011. The Grammy Award organization thought there were too many categories and cut the underrated gem that is Best Polka Album from the program. Polka might seem like an antiquated genre, but don't tell that to musician Jimmy Sturr, who took home the award almost every year for a decade. If this is your answer, you're more than one of a kind: Your individuality comes from a place of real, weird talent. Never forget that!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 817 -- Pictured: Margaret C. Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Best Pop Instrumental Album

If you're of a certain age and you're reading this, you might be unfamiliar with Kenny G (the guy in that photo up there? Not Weird Al!). What Mr. G excels at is the saxophone, crafting smooth sounds that sometimes make him a target for criticism. Regardless, the dude is swimming in Grammys. If this is your answer, you might be a misunderstood talent, but you'll one day be a totally successful one. Hang in there!

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

Before the Grammys limited all reading talent to the Best Spoken World Album category, there was the subsection of Best Spoken World Album For Children. 'The Lion King' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' are noted winners. It might not be music, but it's something beloved by all—just like you!

Best Album Notes

Best Album Notes, also known as the only way to score a Grammy without being a musician or recording an album! This is still an active Grammy category, one where the record with the best, most interesting liner notes wins. If this is your answer, you've got a knack for storytelling, communicating in a way that's universal and interesting. It probably makes you a great friend with strong, worthwhile relationships!


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Who's your favorite diva?

bavarian couple dancing at oktoberfest

Best Polka Album

A tragic thing happened in 2011. The Grammy Award organization thought there were too many categories and cut the underrated gem that is Best Polka Album from the program. Polka might seem like an antiquated genre, but don't tell that to musician Jimmy Sturr, who took home the award almost every year for a decade. If this is your answer, you're more than one of a kind: Your individuality comes from a place of real, weird talent. Never forget that!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 817 -- Pictured: Margaret C. Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Best Pop Instrumental Album

If you're of a certain age and you're reading this, you might be unfamiliar with Kenny G (the guy in that photo up there? Not Weird Al!). What Mr. G excels at is the saxophone, crafting smooth sounds that sometimes make him a target for criticism. Regardless, the dude is swimming in Grammys. If this is your answer, you might be a misunderstood talent, but you'll one day be a totally successful one. Hang in there!

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

Before the Grammys limited all reading talent to the Best Spoken World Album category, there was the subsection of Best Spoken World Album For Children. 'The Lion King' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' are noted winners. It might not be music, but it's something beloved by all—just like you!

Best Album Notes

Best Album Notes, also known as the only way to score a Grammy without being a musician or recording an album! This is still an active Grammy category, one where the record with the best, most interesting liner notes wins. If this is your answer, you've got a knack for storytelling, communicating in a way that's universal and interesting. It probably makes you a great friend with strong, worthwhile relationships!


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What's your favorite meal?

bavarian couple dancing at oktoberfest

Best Polka Album

A tragic thing happened in 2011. The Grammy Award organization thought there were too many categories and cut the underrated gem that is Best Polka Album from the program. Polka might seem like an antiquated genre, but don't tell that to musician Jimmy Sturr, who took home the award almost every year for a decade. If this is your answer, you're more than one of a kind: Your individuality comes from a place of real, weird talent. Never forget that!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 817 -- Pictured: Margaret C. Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Best Pop Instrumental Album

If you're of a certain age and you're reading this, you might be unfamiliar with Kenny G (the guy in that photo up there? Not Weird Al!). What Mr. G excels at is the saxophone, crafting smooth sounds that sometimes make him a target for criticism. Regardless, the dude is swimming in Grammys. If this is your answer, you might be a misunderstood talent, but you'll one day be a totally successful one. Hang in there!

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

Before the Grammys limited all reading talent to the Best Spoken World Album category, there was the subsection of Best Spoken World Album For Children. 'The Lion King' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' are noted winners. It might not be music, but it's something beloved by all—just like you!

Best Album Notes

Best Album Notes, also known as the only way to score a Grammy without being a musician or recording an album! This is still an active Grammy category, one where the record with the best, most interesting liner notes wins. If this is your answer, you've got a knack for storytelling, communicating in a way that's universal and interesting. It probably makes you a great friend with strong, worthwhile relationships!


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There's a zombie apocalypse. What's your weapon of choice?

bavarian couple dancing at oktoberfest

Best Polka Album

A tragic thing happened in 2011. The Grammy Award organization thought there were too many categories and cut the underrated gem that is Best Polka Album from the program. Polka might seem like an antiquated genre, but don't tell that to musician Jimmy Sturr, who took home the award almost every year for a decade. If this is your answer, you're more than one of a kind: Your individuality comes from a place of real, weird talent. Never forget that!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 817 -- Pictured: Margaret C. Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Best Pop Instrumental Album

If you're of a certain age and you're reading this, you might be unfamiliar with Kenny G (the guy in that photo up there? Not Weird Al!). What Mr. G excels at is the saxophone, crafting smooth sounds that sometimes make him a target for criticism. Regardless, the dude is swimming in Grammys. If this is your answer, you might be a misunderstood talent, but you'll one day be a totally successful one. Hang in there!

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

Before the Grammys limited all reading talent to the Best Spoken World Album category, there was the subsection of Best Spoken World Album For Children. 'The Lion King' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' are noted winners. It might not be music, but it's something beloved by all—just like you!

Best Album Notes

Best Album Notes, also known as the only way to score a Grammy without being a musician or recording an album! This is still an active Grammy category, one where the record with the best, most interesting liner notes wins. If this is your answer, you've got a knack for storytelling, communicating in a way that's universal and interesting. It probably makes you a great friend with strong, worthwhile relationships!


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Pick an instrument

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Best Polka Album

A tragic thing happened in 2011. The Grammy Award organization thought there were too many categories and cut the underrated gem that is Best Polka Album from the program. Polka might seem like an antiquated genre, but don't tell that to musician Jimmy Sturr, who took home the award almost every year for a decade. If this is your answer, you're more than one of a kind: Your individuality comes from a place of real, weird talent. Never forget that!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 817 -- Pictured: Margaret C. Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Best Pop Instrumental Album

If you're of a certain age and you're reading this, you might be unfamiliar with Kenny G (the guy in that photo up there? Not Weird Al!). What Mr. G excels at is the saxophone, crafting smooth sounds that sometimes make him a target for criticism. Regardless, the dude is swimming in Grammys. If this is your answer, you might be a misunderstood talent, but you'll one day be a totally successful one. Hang in there!

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

Before the Grammys limited all reading talent to the Best Spoken World Album category, there was the subsection of Best Spoken World Album For Children. 'The Lion King' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' are noted winners. It might not be music, but it's something beloved by all—just like you!

Best Album Notes

Best Album Notes, also known as the only way to score a Grammy without being a musician or recording an album! This is still an active Grammy category, one where the record with the best, most interesting liner notes wins. If this is your answer, you've got a knack for storytelling, communicating in a way that's universal and interesting. It probably makes you a great friend with strong, worthwhile relationships!


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9 / 10

What's your favorite American city?

bavarian couple dancing at oktoberfest

Best Polka Album

A tragic thing happened in 2011. The Grammy Award organization thought there were too many categories and cut the underrated gem that is Best Polka Album from the program. Polka might seem like an antiquated genre, but don't tell that to musician Jimmy Sturr, who took home the award almost every year for a decade. If this is your answer, you're more than one of a kind: Your individuality comes from a place of real, weird talent. Never forget that!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 817 -- Pictured: Margaret C. Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Best Pop Instrumental Album

If you're of a certain age and you're reading this, you might be unfamiliar with Kenny G (the guy in that photo up there? Not Weird Al!). What Mr. G excels at is the saxophone, crafting smooth sounds that sometimes make him a target for criticism. Regardless, the dude is swimming in Grammys. If this is your answer, you might be a misunderstood talent, but you'll one day be a totally successful one. Hang in there!

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

Before the Grammys limited all reading talent to the Best Spoken World Album category, there was the subsection of Best Spoken World Album For Children. 'The Lion King' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' are noted winners. It might not be music, but it's something beloved by all—just like you!

Best Album Notes

Best Album Notes, also known as the only way to score a Grammy without being a musician or recording an album! This is still an active Grammy category, one where the record with the best, most interesting liner notes wins. If this is your answer, you've got a knack for storytelling, communicating in a way that's universal and interesting. It probably makes you a great friend with strong, worthwhile relationships!


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Pick a musical genre

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Best Polka Album

A tragic thing happened in 2011. The Grammy Award organization thought there were too many categories and cut the underrated gem that is Best Polka Album from the program. Polka might seem like an antiquated genre, but don't tell that to musician Jimmy Sturr, who took home the award almost every year for a decade. If this is your answer, you're more than one of a kind: Your individuality comes from a place of real, weird talent. Never forget that!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 817 -- Pictured: Margaret C. Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Best Pop Instrumental Album

If you're of a certain age and you're reading this, you might be unfamiliar with Kenny G (the guy in that photo up there? Not Weird Al!). What Mr. G excels at is the saxophone, crafting smooth sounds that sometimes make him a target for criticism. Regardless, the dude is swimming in Grammys. If this is your answer, you might be a misunderstood talent, but you'll one day be a totally successful one. Hang in there!

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

Before the Grammys limited all reading talent to the Best Spoken World Album category, there was the subsection of Best Spoken World Album For Children. 'The Lion King' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' are noted winners. It might not be music, but it's something beloved by all—just like you!

Best Album Notes

Best Album Notes, also known as the only way to score a Grammy without being a musician or recording an album! This is still an active Grammy category, one where the record with the best, most interesting liner notes wins. If this is your answer, you've got a knack for storytelling, communicating in a way that's universal and interesting. It probably makes you a great friend with strong, worthwhile relationships!


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