The 64th Grammys is set to take place at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 3, 2022, at 8 p.m ET/5 p.m. PT. The first batch of performers to grease the stage of the biggest musical award has been announced.
The academy announced Trevor Noah to return as the host of the 64th annual Grammys, the seven times Grammys winning Billie Eilish returns to the Grammys stage for the third year in a row, alongside some other than Grammys nominees like Lil Nas X, BTS, Brandie Carlile, Olivia Rodrigo, Brother Osborne, and Jack Harlow.
Seven-time Grammys winner Billie Eilish has seven nominations this year:
Record Of The Year (“Happier Than Ever”), Album Of The Year (Happier Than Ever), Song Of The Year (“Happier Than Ever”), Best Pop Solo Performance (“Happier Than Ever”), Best Pop Vocal Album (Happier Than Ever), Best Music Video (“Happier Than Ever”), and Best Music Film (Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter To Los Angeles).
American country music duo, Brothers Osborne who received two Grammy nominations are set to perform.
South Korean boy band BTS is up for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Butter”).
American rapper Montero Lamar Hill is popularly known as Lil Nas X received five nominations in this year's Grammy Awards.
The 19-year-old American singer and songwriter Olivia Isabel Rodrigo received her first Grammy nomination and she's also set to perform at the 64th Grammy Awards.
American singer and producer Brandi Marie Carlile is nominated for Record Of The Year (“Right On Time”), Song Of The Year (“Right On Time”), Song Of The Year (“A Beautiful Noise” with Alicia Keys), Best Pop Solo Performance (“Right On Time”), and Best American Roots Performance (“Same Devil”).
American rapper, Jackman Thomas Harlow received five nominations at the 63rd Grammys. The rapper is nominated for Album of the Year (as featured artist and songwriter) and Best Melodic Rap Performance (with Lil Nas X).
The Grammys is an honour presented to recording artists for influential music from around the globe. The prestigious awards was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramaphone Awards.