Omarion Vents About “Post to Be” Being Snubbed by the Grammys 2016 Nominations

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Now that's one way to start a Monday. Shortly after the 2016 Grammy nominees were announced on Monday, Dec. 7, R&B singer Omarion lashed out via Twitter about his new single, "Post to Be," being snubbed by the recording academy.

Omarion, 31, released "Post to Be" — an electro-hop R&B tune co-written by Chris Brown and Jhene Aiko — in November 2014 as part of his fourth studio album, Sex Playlist. The former B2K band member believed he deserved a nod in the category of Best R&B Performance.

Despite the personal slight, the Disney Channel alum later went on to congratulate the nominees. The singles to be nominated for Best R&B Performance included Tamar Braxton's "If I Don't Have You," Andra Day's "Rise Up," Hiatus Kaiyote's "Breathing Underwater," Jeremih's "Planes" featuring J. Cole, and The Weeknd's "Earned It" from the Fifty Shades Of Grey soundtrack.

Top contenders for the leading categories include Kendrick Lamar, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, and more. Joining Omarion on the list of those snubbed, however, are Selena Gomez, Madonna, and Demi Lovato.

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