The Recording Academy has announced its star-studded Grammy Awards performers lineup ahead of the ceremony, donned “Music’s Biggest Night,” airing on CBS on Sunday, March, 14 at 8 pm ET. The artists taking the stage will include BTS, Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift, HAIM, Miranda Lambert, Post Malone, Roddy Ricch, Mickey Guyton, DaBaby, Lil Baby, Black Pumas, Brittany Howard, and more.
The Grammys will be held in person at California’s Los Angeles Convention Center. The night will celebrate the biggest moments in music from the past year and a half, and many of the performers are also nominees.
Roddy Ricch dominated the Billboard Hot 100 in early 2020 with his single “The Box” – nominated for Best Rap Song, Best Rap/Sung Performance, and Song of the Year– and alongside DaBaby on Rockstar – nominated for Record of the Year, Best Rap Song and Best Rap/Sung Performance. DaBaby received an additional nomination in the Best Rap Performance category for “BOP.”
Also on the hip-hop front, Grammy performer Lil Baby is up for Best Rap Song, as well, for “The Bigger Picture” which also snagged a nomination for Best Rap Performance. Post Malone will also take the stage. He is nominated for Album of the Year (Hollywood’s Bleeding) as well as Record and Song of the Year (“Circles”).
— Recording Academy / GRAMMYs (@RecordingAcad) March 7, 2021
Five-time Grammy Award winner Billie Eilish will be returning to perform. She delivered a memorable performance of When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go track “When The Party’s Over” at last year’s ceremony where she swept all of the major categories including Album, Song, and Record of the year and the coveted Best New Artist award.
K-Pop superstars BTS will be performing and are nominated in the Pop Duo/Group Performance category for their chart-topping hit “Dynamite.” Always intensely choreographed performers, the group knows how to put on a show.
Coming off of two massive albums, Folklore and Evermore, Taylor Swift will take the Grammy’s stage for the first time in five years, though it will be her seventh performance at the ceremony. She is up for six awards this year, including Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album (Folklore), Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance (“Cardigan”), Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Exile” with Bon Iver) and Best Song Written for Visual Media (“Beautiful Ghosts” from Cats).
Album of the Year nominees HAIM and Black Pumas will also be performing, as well as Best Country Solo Performance nominees Miranda Lambert and Mickey Guyton. Nominated in the rock, alternative, R&B and American Roots categories, Brittany Howard is set to deliver an unpredictable performance.
See the full list of nominees and performers here.