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Nipsey Hussle 2020 Grammys Tribute Brings Together Meek Mill, Roddy Ricch, YG, DJ Khaled, John Legend & Kirk Franklin
In honor and in memory of Nipsey Hussle, artists gathered to sing and holler, in a spiritual tribute to the West Coast king.
Demi Lovato is hopefully feeling the love tonight. And she was definitely heard. The singer gave her first performance since her near-fatal July 2018 overdose...
Lil Nas X Performs Global Remix of “Old Town Road,” Swaps Nas for Cardi B on Surprise “Rodeo” Remix at 2020 Grammys
It was an all-star affair at the 2020 Grammys for Lil' Nas X as he did a victory lap for his mega-hit record "Old Town Road."
Ariana Grande Performs ‘Thank U, Next’ Album Medley at 2020 Grammys After Pulling Out of Last Year’s Show Over Dispute With Producers
Ariana Grande made her victorious return to the Grammy stage during tonight's ceremony. Nominated for Album of the Year and four other awards, she performed a medley of hits from the album Thank U, Next.
Usher Pays Homage to Prince With Inspired Grammys Tribute Performance Featuring Sheila E. & FKA Twigs
The one-time King of R&B decided to slip into a slinky little purple number and pay tribute to Prince for a star-studded night at the Grammys.
Tyler, the Creator Performs “Earfquake” & “New Magic Wand” at 2020 Grammys With Charlie Wilson & Boyz II Men
Tyler, the Creator just made his Grammy performance debut, and let’s just say he made a memorable impression.
Grammys Host Alicia Keys & Boyz II Men Pay Tribute to Kobe Bryant by Singing “It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye”
Grammys host Alicia Keys welcomed the solemn audience and viewers with heartfelt words to honor Bryant "in the house that Kobe Bryant built" before being joined by Boyz II Men for a moving performance of their hit single "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye."
The 2020 Grammy Awards are just kicking off, hosted by Alicia Keys. However, with so many categories and nominations on music's biggest night, some of the awards have already been handed out.
The most nominated artist of the night dedicated her performance to Kobe Bryant, who tragically died in a helicopter crash just hours before the ceremony, along with his 13-year-old daughter and seven other passengers.