The 58th Annual Grammy Performance List!

 

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If you’re not tuning in tonight for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, you might Miss out on the best Show of the year!

We just got word that the legend, Lauryn Hill is set to rock the stage performing a duet with The Weeknd.

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According to host, LL Cool J, Kendrick Lamar will do a controversial performance, kind of like his legendary BET show, where he rapped on top of a cop car. This one is rumored to be even more controversial though.

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Beyonce is also rumored to hit the stage as BillBoard gave us a sneak peek of her dressing room. However, we’re not sure about Queen Bey yet.

Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Demi Lovato and many more is set to grace the stage as well.

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Adele Having A Little Fun With Fans

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Just when you think that you can’t love songstress Adele any more, she grabs your heart with her humbled shenanigans. The singer surprised her fans last night by appearing in an upstairs window at her Pre-Grammy Intimate Concert. She shouted out the window being goofy by telling fans to keep it down outside as when they went into natural hysterical shock, then she laughed and started taking pictures back at them as they took pics of her!

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We all love this women’s music as well as her down home spirit! Remember to catch her on Monday when she takes over the stage at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.

André 3000 Talks Collab With Erykah Badu And New Music

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Outkast member, Andre 3000 is back in the spotlight after a long vacation. The star recently nailed a role on American Crime. 3 stacks sat down with Billboard.com to discuss many topics including new music and the instant classic, collaboration with once girlfriend and mother of his only child, Erykah Badu. Check out the interview below…

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Have you had time to work on music lately?
I still get time to think about music. [Shooting TV and film projects] is not so bad — it kind of puts you in the place where you’re fiending to do music. I’ve been holding [back] for a long time, so now I’m really interested in figuring out some type of music to do. I’m always recording.

Can you say what you’re working on or with whom?
I can’t say that I have a target right now. I’ve gotten in trouble before for saying when or what is coming, so I like to just kind of let it be. I’d like to put out some kind of music project, but we’ll see.

What music are you listening to now?
I always listen to a lot of jazz, a lot of Thelonious Monk. The new Kid Cudi album [Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven] is awesome to me. That’s kind of like the most recent thing that I think is really great. But other than that I’ve kind of just been working in the studio and listening to what I’m doing.

How did your “Hello” duet with Erykah Badu, from her recent mixtape But You Caint Use My Phone, come together?

Our son Seven and I were trying to figure out songs that could help her — songs that were related to the subject of the mixtape: phones. We came across [The Isley Brothers’ 1974 cover of Todd Rundgren’s] “Hello, It’s Me.” Ron Isley repeats the phrase “hello, hello” as if he was answering the phone. I told Erykah, “You should make this into a new song and get somebody to rap on it.” She was like, “Well, you should rap on it!” I’m happy it happened. It was a great reunion, because I don’t think people have heard a song from us in ages.

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