2021 GRAMMYs Performers & Host

<p>Below is the current list of performers and presenters for the <strong>63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards</strong>. Music's Biggest Night will be broadcast on the CBS Television Network Mar. 14, 2021.</p>

Host
Performers
Bad Bunny
Bad Bunny
Bad Bunny


  • Career nominations: 5 
  • Current nominations: 2 
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Un Dia (One Day)”) 
    • Best Latin Pop or Urban Album (YHLQMDLG) 
Black Pumas
Black Pumas
Black Pumas


  • Career nominations: 4 
  • Current nominations: 3 
    • Record Of The Year (“Colors”) 
    • Album Of The Year (“Black Pumas (Deluxe Edition)”) 
    • Best American Roots Performance (“Colors”)
BTS
BTS
BTS


  • Career nominations: 1 
  • Current nominations: 1 
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Dynamite”) 
Brandi Carlile
Brandi Carlile
Brandi Carlile


  • Five-time GRAMMY winner 
  • Career nominations: 12 
  • Current nominations: 2 
    • Best Country Song (“Crowded Table”) 
    • Best Song Written For Visual Media (“Carried Me With You [From Onward]”) 
DaBaby
DaBaby
DaBaby


  • Career nominations: 6 
  • Current nominations: 4 
    • Record Of The Year (“Rockstar”) 
    • Best Rap Performance (“Bop”) 
    • Best Melodic Rap Performance (“Rockstar”) 
    • Best Rap Song (“Rockstar”) 

 

Doja Cat
Doja Cat
Doja Cat


  • First-time GRAMMY nominee  
  • Current nominations: 3 
    • Record Of The Year (“Say So”) 
    • Best New Artist  
    • Best Pop Solo Performance (“Say So”) 
Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish


  • Five-time GRAMMY winner  
  • Career nominations: 10 
  • Current nominations: 4 
    • Record Of The Year ("Everything I Wanted") 
    • Song Of The Year ("Everything I Wanted") 
    • Best Pop Solo Performance ("Everything I Wanted") 
    • Best Song Written For Visual Media (“No Time To Die [From No Time To Die]”)
HAIM
HAIM
HAIM


  • Career nominations: 3 
  • Current nominations: 2 
    • Album Of The Year (“Women In Music Pt. III”) 
    • Best Rock Performance (“The Steps”)
Brittany Howard
Brittany Howard
Brittany Howard


  • Four-time GRAMMY winner  
  • Current nominations: 5 
    • Best Rock Song (“Stay High”) 
    • Best Rock Performance (“Stay High”) 
    • Best Alternative Music Album (Jaime) 
    • Best R&B Performance (“Goat Head”) 
    • Best American Roots Performance (“Short And Sweet”)
Miranda Lambert
Miranda Lambert
Miranda Lambert


  • Two-time GRAMMY winner  
  • Career nominations: 21 
  • Current nominations: 3 
    • Best Country Solo Performance (“Bluebird”) 
    • Best Country Song (“Bluebird”) 
    • Best Country Album (Wildcard) 
Lil Baby
Lil Baby
Lil Baby


  • Career nominations: 2 
  • Current nominations: 1 
    • Best Rap Performance (“The Bigger Picture”)
Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa


  • Two-time GRAMMY winner  
  • Career nominations: 8 
  • Current nominations: 6 
    • Record Of The Year (“Don’t Start Now”) 
    • Album Of The Year  (Future Nostalgia) 
    • Song Of The Year (“Don’t Start Now”) 
    • Best Pop Solo Performance (“Don’t Start Now”) 
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Un Dia (One Day)”) 
    • Best Pop Vocal Album (Future Nostalgia) 
Chris Martin
Chris Martin
Chris Martin


  • Seven-time GRAMMY winner  
  • Career nominations: 35 
  • Current nominations: 1 
    • Album Of The Year (Everyday Life) 
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion


  • First-time GRAMMY nominee 
  • Current nominations: 4 
    • Record Of The Year (“Savage”) 
    • Best New Artist 
    • Best Rap Performance (“Savage”) 
    • Best Rap Song (“Savage”) 
Maren Morris
Maren Morris
Maren Morris


  • One-time GRAMMY winner 
  • Career nominations: 11 
  • Current nominations: 1 
    • Best Country Song (“The Bones”) 
Post Malone
Post Malone
Post Malone


  • Career nominations: 9 
  • Current nominations: 3 
    • Record Of The Year (“Circles”) 
    • Album Of The Year (Hollywood’s Bleeding) 
    • Song Of The Year (“Circles”)
Roddy Ricch
Roddy Ricch
Roddy Ricch


  • One-time GRAMMY winner 
  • Career nominations: 9 
  • Current nominations: 6 
    • Record Of The Year (“Rockstar”) 
    • Song Of The Year (“The Box”) 
    • Best Melodic Rap Performance (“Rockstar”) 
    • Best Melodic Rap Performance (“The Box”) 
    • Best Rap Song (“The Box”) 
    • Best Rap Song (“Rockstar”)
Harry Styles
Harry Styles
Harry Styles


  • First-time GRAMMY nominee 
  • Current nominations: 3 
    • Best Pop Solo Performance (“Watermelon Sugar”) 
    • Best Pop Vocal Album (Fine Line) 
    • Best Music Video (“Adore You”)
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift


  • Ten-time GRAMMY winner 
  • Career nominations: 41 
  • Current nominations: 6 
    • Album Of The Year (Folklore) 
    • Song Of The Year (“Cardigan”) 
    • Best Pop Solo Performance (“Cardigan”) 
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Exile”) 
    • Best Pop Vocal Album (Folklore) 
    • Best Song Written For Visual Media (“Beautiful Ghosts [From Cats]”)
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Presenters
Jhené Aiko
Jhené Aiko
Jhené Aiko


  • Career nominations: 6  
  • Current nominations 
    • Album Of The Year – Chilombo 
    • Best R&B Performance – “Lightning & Thunder” featuring John Legend 
    • Best Progressive R&B Album – Chilombo
Jacob Collier
Jacob Collier
Jacob Collier


  • Four-time GRAMMY winner 
  • Career nominations: 7 
  • Current nominations 
    • Album Of The Year – Djesse Vol.3  
    • Best R&B Performance – “All I Need” 
    • Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals – “He Won’t Hold You” 
Lizzo
Lizzo
Lizzo


  • Three-time GRAMMY winner 
  • Career nominations: 8