The Recording Academy has hit back at a supposed leak of the 2019 Grammy Awards, stating there is “no legitimacy” to this list.

In just a couple of weeks, the 61st edition of the Grammy Awards are set to take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Understandably, there’s a lot of excitement and hype surrounding this year’s ceremony, with many waiting to see how many awards from his eight nominations Kendrick Lamar will take home on the night.

Likewise, this year could see a bit of history being made, with the award for Record of the Year facing the possibility of being awarded to an album not released on CD for the first time since 1984.

However, the Grammy Awards received quite a bit of publicity earlier today, with a Twitter account taking to social media to reveal that they had supposedly discovered a leaked list of winners.

In the initial Tweet, shared by a user named everyday4you, a video supposedly showing the Grammys website was seen, with winners of a number of awards appearing in the footage.

“The Grammy has leaked data on the winners of the 2019 award on January 20, 2019 on the official website,” the Tweet read. “This is not a fake or a joke. Pay attention to this.”

Further Tweets saw the full list of ‘winners’ supposedly listed, along with frequent claims that the user in question was telling the truth. “It’s not fake. The Grammy website was hacked at night,” they wrote. “Believe it or not.”

Oddly, it looked as though the Twitter neglected to keep a record of many of these ‘leaked’ winners, with some of their Tweets noting they couldn’t remember the results of some awards, such as Best Recording Package, and those from the country genre.

However, The Recording Academy has since disputed these Tweets, issuing a statement to Billboard and other sites explaining that this supposed leak is – at this point in time – completely false.

“There is no legitimacy to this,” a spokesperson for the Academy explained. “Grammy Awards results are not shared, even with Recording Academy staff members, until the day of the Grammy Awards ceremony, when names of the recipients are delivered by [accounting firm] Deloitte in sealed envelopes.”

Likewise, The Recording Academy explained that they’ve been in contact with their legal team about possibly pursuing legal action in regards to these Tweets.

While this leak has been written off as a fake, we’ll find out just who the real winners are on February 10th.

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