Childish Gambino brought a slow burn to the 60th GRAMMY Awards in the form of "Terrified," a track from his Album Of The Year-nominated "Awaken My Love!" The singer/actor was joined by child actor JD McCrary who matched Gambino's vocals word for word.
It's the song that just can't slow down. After racking up more than 10 million in sales and winning four Latin GRAMMYs, Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Zuleyka Rivera brought "Despacito" to the next level with their performance at the 60th GRAMMY Awards. The smash was among the nominees for Song Of The Year.
There are groups with impeccable vocal harmony, and then there's Little Big Town. Watch the country quartet dazzle with a performance of "Better Man" at the 60th GRAMMY Awards. Written by Taylor Swift, the song served as the lead single to the group's eighth studio album, 2017's The Breaker.
When it comes to experience on the big stage, Irish quartet U2 have it in spades. Watch Bono, The Edge, Larry Mullen, and Adam Clayton perform "Get Out Of Your Own Way" live from a barge in the New York Harbor with the Statue of Liberty in the background. The blistering is featured on teir 2017 album, Songs Of Experience.
Bruno Mars' successful night at the 60th GRAMMY Awards continued, as the R&B singer/songwriter picked up the GRAMMY for Song Of The Year for "That's What I Like." Along with constant writing and production collaborators Christopher Brody Brown and Philip Lawrence, Mars' co-winning songwriters are James Fauntleroy and production team "The Stereotypes" — Ray Charles McCullough II, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus and Jonathan Yip.
"This is for all these people who make art and they love it," he said during his acceptance speech.
Serving as musical director and house band for the 60th GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony, Paul Shaffer & The World's Most Dangerous Band put their own spin on the 1997 Meredith Brooks hit "Bitch." Watch the band make this classic sound just as fresh as the day it was released.
Hear Best Jazz Vocal Album 60th GRAMMY nominee Jazzmeia Horn put her spin on the Art Blakey jazz standard, "Moanin'" at the 60th GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony on Jan. 28, 2018, in New York.
R&B/neo soul singer/songwriter India.Arie brightens up the stage at the 60th GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony with a performance of "I Am Light," from her Best New Age Album GRAMMY-nominated project SongVersations: Medicine.
Body Count — fronted by Ice-T— got political with their Best Metal Performance GRAMMY-nominated slugger, "Black Hoodie," which rails against the shooting of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin in 2012. The group brought the song to the 60th GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony for a performance that won't soon be forgotten. Take a look for yourself.
They focus on music pre-dating the 18th century — music that served as the precursor to classical music — and you'll definitely want to hear it. GRAMMY-nominated British choral ensemble Stile Antico brought their lovely harmonies to the 60th GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony, performing their versions of "Ave Maria" and "Gaudete In Domino."