I think it should have won, 'Most overplayed and awful song of the last year and a half'. Speaking of which, shouldn't it have been up for nomination last year? Why this year? Could gematria be the answer, yet again?
Uptown = 3+7+2+6+5+5 = 28
Funk = 6+3+5+2 = 16
Uptown Funk = 44 (Scalia dead on 44th day, Lupercalia) (Obama, #44)
Uptown = 21+16+20+15+23+14 = 109
Funk = 6+21+14+11 = 52
Uptown Funk = 161 (This was the number coded on the April 15, gyrocopter story)
In the article, September 23 is discussed, the date Obama met with the Pope. Keep in mind Scalia is the first Roman-Catholic to sit on the Supreme Court.
From September 23 to the date Scalia died, the 44th day of the year, was a span of 144-days, a number that has to do with assassination.
As for Uptown Funk, Bruno Mars wins the award on President's Day, in the time of the 44th President. Fitting.
That song was released exactly 66-weeks ago, today.
Today's date is perfect for the Grammy's, which has a connection with '66'.
2/15/16 = 2+15+16 = 33
Grammys = 7+9+1+4+4+7+1 = 33
Thirty-Three = 2+8+9+9+2+7+2+8+9+5+5 = 66
November 10, the date the song 'Uptown Funk' was released, is the day that leaves 51-days left in the year.
Conspiracy = 3+6+5+1+7+9+9+1+3+7 = 51