The 62nd Annual Grammy Award nominations were unveiled on Wednesday (November 20). While Lizzo, who leads the nominations with a whopping eight nods, celebrated her epic milestone, there are a few artists who presumably aren’t feeling the love.

Noticeably missing from the Best Rap Album category are Rapsody’s EVE album and Freddie Gibbs’ Madlib-produced masterpiece Bandana, which both received a coveted perfect rating from HipHopDX.

Rapsody, who has been inundated with tweets all day, initially responded with a simple shrugging emoji.

But fans of hers — including battle rapper Daylyt — weren’t so subtle.

Rapsody further addressed the apparent snub on Instagram and admitted she was struggling with the lack of acknowledgment from the Grammy committee.

“Thank you for the LOVE you award me,” she wrote in the caption. “I see you. The ones who lend me your ear, words, support. Every time. I rarely, if ever, show my cards or that I’m human when it comes to my music career.

“Feel like opening up some today, tho. Today…..disappointed. Yes. Frustrated…beyond. But, you have to tell yourself the good fight is never an easy one.”

As Rap continued, the talented Snow Hill, North Carolina MC stayed focused on gratitude and didn’t forget to shout out Gibbs, which appears to speak to her character.

“And the people that are the faces of the purpose behind your art are what makes creating not empty: with awards. nominations, or none at all,” she wrote. “Not to hold you, the acknowledgment for your craft indeed feels amazing!! I haven’t been nominated for much but what I have I’m thankful for. There’s so much power and weight in numbers, nominations and awards….we artist know what that does for our exposure; and for the many, validation.

“And you want people to continue to discover and play and be inspired by the music. That’s what I get excited about anyway. But, hey….we keep on creating. @freddiegibbs …you put out one of the best albums….to everyone nominated for anything congratulations….to all artist who create….keep the microphone, pens, visuals, instruments lit. Art is too important not to share. Mad love.”

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Thank you for the LOVE you award me. I see you. The ones who lend me your ear, words, support. Every time. I rarely, if ever, show my cards or that I’m human when it comes to my music career. Feel like opening up some today, tho. Today…..disappointed. Yes. Frustrated…beyond. But, you have to tell yourself the good fight is never an easy one. And the people that are the faces of the purpose behind your art are what makes creating not empty: with awards. nominations, or none at all. Not to hold you, the acknowledgment for your craft indeed feels amazing!! I haven’t been nominated for much but what I have I’m thankful for. There’s so much power and weight in numbers, nominations and awards….we artist know what that does for our exposure; and for the many, validation. And you want people to continue to discover and play and be inspired by the music. That’s what I get excited about anyway. But, hey….we keep on creating. @freddiegibbs …you put out one of the best albums….to everyone nominated for anything congratulations….to all artist who create….keep the microphone, pens, visuals, instruments lit. Art is too important not to share. Mad love. ♥️

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Rap’s 2017 Roc Nation debut Laila’s Wisdom was nominated for Best Rap Album at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards. The song “Sassy” also received a nomination for Best Rap Song.

The album featured collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, Anderson Paak, Busta Rhymes, Lance Skiiiwalker, Black Thought, BJ the Chicago Kid and Musiq Soulchild, among others.

Meanwhile, EVE boasted appearances from GZA, D’Angelo, Queen Latifah, J. Cole and more.

Revisit it below.