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GRAMMY Museum Announces February’s Spotlight Saturdays Series Takeover With Interscope Geffen A&M
The GRAMMY Museum’s roll with fresh, dynamic digital content continues unabated. The Museum has annouced more special guests for its stellar Spotlight Series program series, which features fascinating quarantine-safe virtual interviews and performances. The January edition featured a takeover by Republic Records where Kiana Ledé, BENEE, Conan Gray, Duckwrth and Jeremy Zucker performed.
Now, take a look at the lineup for February:
2/6 – Olivia Rodrigo
2/13 – J.I.
2/20 – Mereba
2/27 – Gracie Abrams
Rodrigo, whose smash single "Driver’s License" has amassed more than 107 million global streams, will kick things off. Then, the breakout rapper J.I., who has over 85 million views on YouTube for his single "Need Me," will follow.
R&B-soul wunderkind Mereba, who earned her first GRAMMY nomination in 2020 for Best Rap Album as part of the Dreamville Records collab album, Revenge of the Dreamers III, will take the third Saturday’s performance. Abrams, a bedroom-pop visionary crowned a 2020 breakout female musicians by British Vogue, will close out the month.
Watch the Spotlight Saturdays February Series Takeover By Interscope Geffen A&M exclusively via COLLECTION:live on watch.grammymuseum.org.