Taylor Swift, Billy Ellisch, Dua lipa, BTS, Harry Styles, Cardi B and Megan The Stallion will be among the cast members at the 63rd annual ceremony Grammy Awards The following Sunday, in a mix of live and taped appearances shot in the city of Los Angeles, the Recording Academy announced.
The show, hosted by Trevor Noa, will feature presentations by Bad Bunny, Doja Cat, Maran Morris, Roadie Rich, Post Malone, Lil Baby, Dababy and others, describing a format at the Academy that pointed to coronovirus safety Has been done, as the cast “is coming together, while still safely secluded.” Mickey Gighton, the first black female artist to be nominated for Best Country Singles Performance, will hit the stage, as well as Black Puma, a little-known soul band that received three nominations, including Record and Album of the Year.
The show will be broadcast on CBS and Paramount +The new streaming platform from the network’s parent company ViacomCBS, which launched on Thursday, replaces CBS All Access.
One notable absence in this year’s cast: Adele, whose potential appearance has been the subject of intense speculation by online fans. Grams executive producer Ben Winston said in an interview that Adele would not be involved.
British singer fans have been waiting for more than five years for the follow-up to their album “25,” and recently met their expectations in October when they hosted “Saturday Night Live” – only to be announced to do Welcome speech, “My album is not finished.” Her label, Columbia, has not provided any updates on the production of that album.
Another major difference? With nine nods in eight categories, there is no announced performance by the most nominated artist of the year, Beyoncé. While the superstar has gone on to the show’s biggest all-genre categories (album, record and song of the year), most recently for her acclaimed 2016 album, “Lemonade”, her wins have only come in genre categories, such as R. & B Lyrics and Urban Contemporary Album. This year she could get her first major category win since 2010, for her appearances on “Black Parade” and Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage (Remix)”.
The last black woman to win the album of the year was Lauryn Hill in 1999, and following similar losses in recent years by Frank Ocean and Kendrick Lamar following the 2017 defeat of Beyoncé in the major categories by Adele, Many observers predicted The Black Stars will walk away from the Grammys, not part of an event that failed to honor their work. The Weeknd, which received no nominations this year, Criticized this process And announced his future boycott of the awards in a statement to The New York Times on Thursday: “Due to secret committees, I will no longer allow my label to present my music to the Grammys.”
This year’s village was planned on 31 January, but was Postponed Coronavirus cases peaked in Los Angeles County in early January. Those numbers have dropped drastically, although the region is still “considered”Too much risk“Levels for Transition.
A major award during the show Pandemic will be the latest examination of the show’s viability. The Golden Globe on 28 February, was Destructive rating, Attracted 62 percent fewer viewers than the previous year.
To attract the audience, Grami is relying on the star power of her actors and the possibility of a new look. This year’s show is the first in the realm of Winston, a four-decade-long work run by Ken Erlich, who establishes producer “Grammy Moments” – a pair of artists across generations and genres – who else Sometimes clashed With the stars.
One feature of this year takes an indication from the epidemic. Grammar will be highlighted Conflict of independent music venues Four live music spots in Los Angeles – from being employees of the TropBadour and Hotel Café, the Apollo Theater in New York and the Station Inn in Nashville – feature various award categories and encourage fans to support their local clubs.
Beyonce received Nine nominations More than any other artist, in eight categories. Swift and Lipa are for six awards each.