Grammy Awards 2016 Performers, Host Revealed

Grammy Awards 2016 Performers, Host Revealed
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In less than a month, the 58th Grammy Awards will commence, and the show’s organizers have revealed Wednesday morning the acts that would entertain the rest of the music industry. Expect to hear the tunes of Adele, the Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, Lionel Richie and Little Big Town during the most awaited Grammy Awards 2016 ceremony.


Last Tuesday, CBS, official broadcaster for the 58th Grammy Awards this February 15, 2016, has announced they will make the telecast of the awards’ night available to its stations, including those that belong in the Mountain Time and Pacific Time Zones. For several years, the show has been telecasted three hours late in these areas, and the remedy to bring the show live to East Coast viewers have been resolved.

Given this, the show’s organizers announced last Wednesday morning that the viewers will get to see The Weeknd, Adele, Kendrick Lamar, Lionel Richie and Little Big Town as some of the performers during the night. Although Adele’s album was released too late to land an award for this season, the rest of these performers had landed a spot, several actually, for the big night.

Little Big Town has been nominated for four awards for their hit “Girl Crush” and will play the said song during the ceremony. The Weeknd, on the other hand, has been nominated for Record of the Year, Best RB Performance, Best R&B Song, Best Pop Solo Performance, Album of the Year and Best Compilation Soundtrack or Visual Media. Lamar’s nominations comprised of Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, Best Rap Album, Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Dance Recording, Best Duo/Pop Performance, and Best Music Video.

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Apart from the Grammy Awards 2016 performers, spoilers also revealed that the show will be hosted by “Lip Sync Battle” co-host, LL Cool J. Furthermore, since the music industry lost two of the greats this month such as David Bowie and Eagles band member Glenn Frey, the announcement did not confirm that these rock legends would be featured during the show.

Catch the Grammy Award 2016, also known as the 58th Grammy Awards, come to play this February 15, 2016 on CBS.