Next month's Grammys stage could be lit up by a JAY-Z stunning performance. The founder of Roc Nation is anticipated to collaborate with DJ Khaled for a special set at the 65th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, according to a report from Hits Daily Double that was posted on Tuesday evening, January 24.
There is currently no information available about the performance's content. On Khaled's GOD DID it is safe to assume that he might deliver his extended verse. As of this writing, there has been no confirmation of the appearance of Fridayy, John Legend, Rick Ross, or Lil Wayne at the upcoming awards ceremony.
GOD DID is the lead single from Khaled's album of the same name. JAY-four-minute Z's verse describes how he went from being a drug dealer to one of the most popular rappers in the world. Three nominations for the song of the year, best rap song, and best rap performance were given to the powerful partnership this year. In total, Khaled was nominated for six awards, including Best Rap Album and Best Melodic Rap Performance for his collaboration with Future and SZA on "Beautiful."
For his contribution on the deluxe edition of Mary J. Blige's Good Morning Gorgeous, he is also nominated for Album of the Year. Last August, Khaled released his thirteenth studio album. Other popular songs from the album include "Party," which features Quavo and TakeOff, and "Staying Alive," which features Drake and Lil Baby. In contrast to his earlier opinion about the Grammy Awards, Hov would be attending this year.
In spite of receiving eight nominations for his album 4:44, he declined to perform at the ceremony in 2018. When the Recording Academy failed to submit any of DMX's albums from 1998 in the late 1990s, his reluctance to be associated with the Grammys started. Once his wife Beyoncé's 2004 album Dangerously In Love received a Grammy nomination, he decided to terminate his boycott.
Along with Mr. Carter, Harry Styles and Bad Bunny are also reported to appear at the 2023 Grammy Awards. The ceremony will be place live at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 5.
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