Who’s performing at the 2023 Grammys? See List of Artists – Hollywood Life
Credit: John Salangsang/Shutterstock The 65th Annual Grammy Awards will be held on February 5, 2023. Here is a list of artists including Steve Lacy, Lizzo and Bad Bunny.
While some huge awards are presented on the night of the 65th Grammy Awards, the stage is set for some epic performances from music’s biggest names. The Recording Academy announced that Bad Bunny, Lizzo, Luke Combs, Mary J. Blige and more will be taking the spotlight at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. Fresh off his departure from The Daily Show, Trevor Noah is back as presenter and will try to keep his excitement in check as he watches all these stars perform live.
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“What a lot of people don’t realize is how much work goes into the performances,” Trevor told Billboard in December. “To hit every single key, to get every point of light perfect, to choreograph all the movements between the cameras and the artists. Seeing the performers and how much they love what they do – they will put so much time into this three or four minute performance. You don’t really appreciate it until you get behind the scenes, and I think that makes the show even more enjoyable.”
Beyoncé leads the 2023 nominations with nine. She is already the most-nominated female performer of all time and is currently tied with her husband Jay-Z for the most nominations (88, FYI.). If Beyoncé takes home four Grammys, she will be “the most GRAMMY-winning artist in history.” Kendrick Lamar trails Bey with eight nominations, while Adele and Brandi Carlile come with seven.
Here is a running list of performers at the 2023 Grammy Awards:
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Bad Bunny has three nominations for the 2023 Grammy Awards, but he’s a strong contender to sweep those categories. He is nominated for Best Música Urbana Album for his chart-topping Un verano sin ti, which is also nominated for Album of the Year. His “Moscow Mule” song is also nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance. He’ll take the stage at the Grammy Awards and likely perform his nominated track.
Mary J Blige
Mary J. Blige will also appear at the 2023 Grammy Awards, where she is nominated in six categories. It’s extraordinary to consider the iconic and flawless Mary J. Blige an underdog, but that’s how intense the competition is this year. Her “Good Morning Gorgeous” is nominated for Record of the Year, a category that includes Kendrick’s “The Heart Part 5,” Harry Styles “As It Was,” and Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul.”
Mary J. Blige is also up for Album of the Year, Best R&B Performance (“Here With Me”), Best Traditional R&B Performance (“Good Morning Gorgeous”), Best R&B Song (“Good Morning Gorgeous”) ) and Best R&B Album nominees (Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe)).
Brandi Carlile returns to the Grammy Awards, performing after her seven nominations. She is nominated for Record of the Year (You and Me on the Rock ft. Ludacris), Album of the Year (In These Silent Days), Best Rock Performance (Broken Horses), Best Rock Song (Broken Horses), Best American Performance (You And Me On The Rock ft. Ludacris), Best Americana Roots Song (You And Me On The Rock ft. Ludacris) ) and Best Americana Album (In These Silent Days).
Luke Combs will bring some country flair to the Crypto.com Arena stage. The modern country legend is up for multiple awards, including Best Country Song (“Doin’ This”), Best Country Album (Growin’ Up) and Best Country Duo/Group Performance (“Outrunnin’ Your Memory”) with Miranda Lambert).
The internet’s Steve Lacy had a stellar year in 2022 releasing Gemini Rights, which spawned the hit single “Bad Habit.” He will perform at the 2023 Grammy Awards, where he is nominated in four categories: Record of the Year (Bad Habit), Song of the Year (Bad Habit), Best Pop Solo Performance ( “Bad Habit”) and Best Progressive R&B Album (Gemini Rights).
Lizzo heads into the 2023 Grammys with five nominations under her belt. She could walk away with some extra gold after the performance. She is nominated for Record of the Year (About Damn Time), Album of the Year (Special), Song of the Year (About Damn Time), Best Pop Solo Performance (About Damn Time”) and “Best Pop” nominated Vocal Album (Special).
Sam Smith & Kim Petras
Fresh off their Saturday Night Live performance, Sam Smith and Kim Petras are set to ring the Grammys with their viral duet “Unholy.” The Song is up for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, taking on Coldplay + BTS (“My Universe”), ABBA (“Don’t Shut Me Down”), Camila Cabello with Ed Sheeran (“Bam Bam”) and to Post Malone with Doja Cat (“I Like You (A Happier Song)”).
Keep checking back to see the list of artists as more are announced. And check out HollywoodLife’s coverage of the 65th Annual Grammy Awards on February 5th.
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