The performance featured a classic gospel song, and one that’s surely destined to be.
Seriously. Lots of black.
The song was only released days ago, but Rihanna’s collaboration with Kanye West and Paul McCartney got its first public performance on the 57th Annual GRAMMYs.
The singer, who took home the award for Best New Artist earlier in the evening, earned the distinction for Song of the Year for his song “Stay with Me”—the Darkchild version, that is.
He may have flown under the radar the whole ride, but in the end, Beck came out on top.
In a few nights, the GRAMMYs will put on a huge all-star tribute to Stevie Wonder, but they started it off a bit early at the 57th Annual GRAMMYs with a performance by Usher.
Again? Yes again. But this time with classical pianist Lang Lang.
When Kanye West shows up at the GRAMMYs, everyone usually braces for a barrage of complaints. But this year, Kanye is set to perform two pretty sweet songs.
She’s already the most nominated female in GRAMMY history—and on Sunday, Beyoncé came one step closer to doing the same in the winners category, too.
The performance kicked off the GRAMMYs as one of over 20 performances throughout the evening.