One of the most memorable songs of last season won't get a chance to win an Emmy. Why? Because Succession composer Nicholas Britell used an old beat, and he was following the TV Academy's rules, which states: “No reedited, rearranged, reorchestrated, reimagined, reworked, rerecorded works are allowed.” “I never even considered submitting it for an Emmy,” Britell tells Variety. “It goes back to the authenticity of how we created imagining what Kendall would have produced for his father. The first thought I had was about wondering what Kendall would have listened to in college and would that inform the track that he did.” “L to the OG" is still eligible for the Grammys, where it can compete in the best song written for visual media category.