Awards season is in full swing, and the Grammy's are up next!
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards is set to air Sunday, January 28 at 7:30 p.m.
The Grammy's is one of my favorite awards show simply because I find it easier to listen to music than to watch movies or television shows.
Another reason, who doesn't love great performances?
To my excitement, the 2018 lineup for the awards show is quite impressive.
Check out my list of three Grammy performances you don't want to miss.
Coming in at number one: 7x Grammy winner, Kendrick Lamar, often times known as K-Dot. Now, if you've done your research, you'd know the Top Dawg Entertainment artist first took the music scene by storm back in 2012.
Since then, it's been full speed ahead. With hot singles and even better albums, Lamar has maintained his music relevance.
The 30-year-old most recently announced that he'd be headlining a tour with his label mates later this year. Lamar is nominated for seven Grammy's at this year's Awards.
Number two: Calling on the Rihanna Navy! While 2017 wasn't the biggest for Rihanna musically, you know she was just busy launching a bomb cosmetic line and serving as the creative director for Puma.
Even so, the media mogul managed to find time to lend her voice to hot singles throughout the year. After canceling her performance in 2016, the navy is waiting to see Ri hit the stage again.
The singer is set to preform hit single, "Wild Thoughts" alongside DJ Khalad and Bryson Tiller.
Number three: Sam Smith, why because he has the voice of an angel...No seriously have you heard him? The 4x Grammy winner wowed fans in 2017 with the release of his album, The Thrill of It All.
Don't believe me? Check out his performance at the Capital's Jingle Bell Ball back in December.
Honorable Mention: P!nk and Elton John
Both Pink and Elton John are known for their power house vocals. Another thing they have in common: they both are approaching career milestones.
Earlier this month, it was announced that Pink would do the honors by singing the national anthem at Super Bowl LII on Feb 4.
On Wednesday, it was announced that Elton, would retire from touring after his farewell yellow brick road world tour this fall.
For a full list of performers, click here.
As always, you can weigh in with your opinion by tweeting me @KierraCotton!
Let me know what you liked, didn't like, and what else you'd like to see.
Until next time, you've been Connected with Ki!