Camila Cabello, H.E.R., Jonas Brothers, Bonnie Raitt & More To Perform At The 2020 GRAMMY Awards
Additional performers during Music's Biggest Night include Rosalía, Run-D.M.C., Tyler, The Creator and Charlie Wilson
The Recording Academy has confirmed the next slate of performers for the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards. Set to perform on Music's Biggest Night are current GRAMMY nominees Camila Cabello, H.E.R., Jonas Brothers, Rosalía and Tyler, The Creator.
Additionally, 10-time GRAMMY winner Bonnie Raitt will pay tribute to Lifetime Achievement Award recipient John Prine, and Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipients Run-D.M.C will join MusiCares' Person Of The Year Aerosmith and 13-time GRAMMY nominee Charlie Wilson. They join previously announced performers Aerosmith, Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, Lizzo, Demi Lovato, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani.
No stranger to the GRAMMY stage, Camila Cabello is nominated this year with Shawn Mendes for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance ("Señorita").
Meanwhile, GRAMMY winner Ariana Grande is nominated for Record Of The Year ("7 Rings"), Album Of The Year (thank u, next), Best Pop Solo Performance ("7 Rings"), Best Pop/Duo Group Performance ("Boyfriend") and Best Pop Vocal Album (thank u, next).
Two-time GRAMMY winner H.E.R. is nominated for Record Of The Year ("Hard Place"), Album Of The Year (I Used To Know Her), Song Of The Year ("Hard Place"), Best R&B Performance ("Could've Been") and Best R&B Song ("Could've Been").
Taking the stage once again, multiplatinum powerhouse trio Jonas Brothers are nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance ("Sucker"), and making her GRAMMY stage debut, flamenco pop star and five-time Latin GRAMMY winner Rosalía is nominated for Best New Artist and Best Latin Rock, Urban Or Alternative Album (El Mal Querer).
Finally, taking Music's Biggest Night's stage for the first time, three-time GRAMMY nominee Tyler, The Creator is nominated for Best Rap Album (Igor).
Live from STAPLES Center, and hosted by Alicia Keys, the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards will be broadcast live in HDTV and 5.1 surround sound on the CBS Television Network Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.
Allen Hughes' "The Defiant Ones" Wins Best Music Film | 2018 GRAMMY
Director Allen Hughes' four-part documentary takes home Best Music Film honors for its portrayal of the unlikely partnership that changed the music business
The team behind The Defiant Ones celebrated a big win for Best Music Film at the 60th GRAMMY Awards. The crew awarded include director Allen Hughes and producers Sarah Anthony, Fritzi Horstman, Broderick Johnson, Gene Kirkwood, Andrew Kosove, Laura Lancaster, Michael Lombardo, Jerry Longarzo, Doug Pray & Steven Williams.
In a year rife with quality music documentaries and series, the bar has been set high for this dynamic category. The Defiant Ones is a four-part HBO documentary telling the story of an unlikely duo taking the music business by storm seems better suited for fantastical pages of a comic book, but for engineer-turned-mogul Jimmy Iovine and super-producer Dr. Dre, it's all truth.The Defiant Ones recounts their histories, their tribulations and their wild success. These include first-hand accounts from those who were there in Iovine's early days, such as Bruce Springsteen and U2's Bono, as well as those on board when Dre and Iovine joined forces, such as Snoop Dogg and Eminem.
The competition was stiff as the category was filled with compelling films such as One More Time With Feeling, Two Trains Runnin', Soundbreaking, and Long Strange Trip.
Portugal. The Man To Aida Cuevas: Backstage At The 2018 GRAMMYs
Also see James Fauntleroy, Reba McIntire, Latroit, and more after they stepped off the GRAMMY stage
What do artists do the moment they walk off the GRAMMY stage from presenting, accepting an award or performing? Now, you can find out.
Also see Best Pop Duo/Group Performance GRAMMY winners Portugal. The Man posing with their first career GRAMMY Award, Best Roots Gospel Album GRAMMY winner Reba McIntire right after she walked offstage, Best R&B Song GRAMMY winner James Fauntleroy, Best Remixed Recording GRAMMY winner Latroit, and many more, with these photos from backstage during the 60th GRAMMY Awards.
Bruno Mars Wins Song Of The Year | 2018 GRAMMYs
The Hawaiian native takes home Song Of The Year for "That's What I Like" at the 60th GRAMMY Awards
Feeling the 24K Magic, Bruno Mars' successful progress through the categories he's been nominated in at the 60th GRAMMY Awards picked up another one at Song Of The Year for "That's What I Like."
Christopher Brody Brown and Philip Lawrence co-write with Mars under the name Shampoo Press & Curl. The other winning songwriters for Mars' hit tonight in this category are James Fauntleroy and production team "The Sterotypes" — Ray Charles McCullough II, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus and Jonathan Yip.
The Album Of The Year GRAMMY Award wrapped up the night and wrapped up Bruno Mars' complete rampage through his six nominated categories — now six wins.
DJ Khaled, Samantha Smith and John Legend
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DJ Khaled, Nipsey Hussle And John Legend Win Best Rap/Sung Performance For "Higher" | 2020 GRAMMYs
DJ Khaled, Nipsey Hussle and John Legend take home Best Rap/Sung Performance at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards
DJ Khaled, featuring Nipsey Hussle and John Legend, has won Best Rap/Sung Performance for "Higher" at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards. The single was featured on DJ Khaled's 2019 album Father of Asahd and featured Hussle's vocals and Legend on the piano. DJ Khaled predicted the track would win a GRAMMY.
"I even told him, 'We're going to win a GRAMMY.' Because that's how I feel about my album," DJ Khaled told Billboard. "I really feel like not only is this my biggest, this is very special."
After the release of the song and music video -- which was filmed before Hussle's death in March -- DJ Khaled announced all proceeds from "Higher" will go to Hussle's children.
DJ Khaled and co. beat out fellow category nominees Lil Baby & Gunna ("Drip Too Hard"), Lil Nas X ("Panini"), Mustard featuring Roddy Ricch ("Ballin") and Young Thug featuring J. Cole & Travis Scott ("The London"). Hussle earned a second posthumous award at the 62nd GRAMMYs for Best Rap Performance for "Racks In The Middle."
Along with Legend and DJ Khaled, Meek Mill, Kirk Franklin, Roddy Ricch and YG paid tribute to Hussle during the telecast, which concluded with "Higher."
Check out the complete 62nd GRAMMY Awards nominees and winners list here.