Singers Beyonce Knowles and Adele are set to perform at the upcoming Grammy Awards 2017 Live Stream.During an interview with Billboard, Grammys executive producer Ken Ehrlich was asked if Beyonce and Adele are booked to perform at the star-studded ceremony, he said, “Very few people say no to the Grammys. Over all of the years I’ve been doing the show, there have been three or four acts who’ve actually said no.Singers Beyonce Knowles and Adele are set to perform at the upcoming 2017 Grammy Awards.
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During an interview with Billboard, Grammys executive producer Ken Ehrlich was asked if Beyonce and Adele are booked to perform at the star-studded ceremony, he said, “Very few people say no to the Grammys. Over all of the years I’ve been doing the show, there have been three or four acts who’ve actually said no.The two divas are the only artistes nominated in all three of the top categories, including album, song and record of the year.Hosted by James Corden, the 2017 Grammy Awards will air live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 12, 2017.It looks like producers of the 2017 Grammy Awards have already secured two big-name acts for their awards ceremony in February. Chart-topping superstars Beyonce and Adele have been preliminary confirmed to rock the mic at this year’s event.
Us Weekly referred to a Billboard roundtable discussion in which the show’s executive producer, Ken Ehrlich, pretty much confirmed that Queen Bey and Adele are performing on the show without really confirming it.“Very few people say no to the Grammys. Over all of the years I’ve been doing the show, there have been three or four acts who’ve actually said no,” he said. He didn’t want to reveal any names but said, “I can tell you that Adele and Beyonce are not two of them. We have every anticipation that both of them will be with us in February.”Well, we should hope so.
Nevertheless, Beyonce is leading all artists in Grammy nominations with Grammy Awards Live Stream nine mentions, including the coveted Album of the Year for grandiose LP, Lemonade. Adele is behind her with five nods and is also up for Album of the Year for her celebrated effort, 25.So if Mr. Ehrlich is right, it looks like a musical diva showdown will take place in February between Beyonce and Adele. Bey has the upper hand as she is the most nominated female artist in Grammy history with 62 nominations and 20 wins.The 59th annual Grammy Awards will be air live from Los Angeles’ Staples Center on Feb. 12, 2017 at 8PM ET on CBS.Tuesday’s announcement of the nominations for the 59th annual Grammy awards, which will be handed out on 12 February, had some expected outcomes – Beyoncé dominated, with Lemonade and its affiliated properties receiving nine nominations, while Adele’s 25 scored her five nominations.
As with any attempt to winnow down pop music to some semi-arbitrary notion of “bests”, though, the real stories come from what might be missing.Perhaps the most quixotic of the Big Four cross-genre categories was album of the year. Adele’s mega-selling 25 and Beyoncé’s conversation-altering Lemonade were pretty much givens for this category; the Nashville fringe-walker Sturgill Simpson’s epistolary A Sailor’s Guide To Earth, too, was a somewhat expected honoree. But in an eligibility year when so many artists – Rihanna, the late David Bowie, even Kanye West – crafted albums that represented creative leaps, rounding out the category with Justin Bieber’s Purpose and Drake’s Views, two albums that were commercial smashes but decidedly uneven craft-wise, seemed almost like a defiant act.
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In past years, the Grammys have been mocked for being out of step with the pop times – recall Herbie Hancock’s Joni Mitchell tribute beating out Amy Winehouse’s Back To Black in 2008, or Steely Dan’s Two Against Nature edging out Eminem in 2001, or even 2015, when Beck’s tranquil Morning Phase topped Beyoncé’s self-titled album. Nominating Purpose, Bieber’s redemptive plunge into pop-EDM, and Views, which smashed streaming records upon its release in April and just passed the quadruple-platinum mark, would seem like a rebuke to Grammy Awards Live those observers who believe the Recording Academy to be populated exclusively by old-guard types whose favorite artists have remained etched in stone since the 70s. That both those albums were nominated, though, while Bowie’s omnivorous parting statement Blackstar was left out in the cold, seemed like the biggest snub; Rihanna’s Anti, a withering statement by a major star showing off newfound range, would have been a better pop choice.
Perhaps the general bloat and navel-gazing of Views appealed to those voters who prefer albums by overly ponderous dudes who treat the women in their lives as mere inconveniences – or maybe they were just dazzled by its ability to dominate streaming charts for months.Chart-dominating women and guitar-assisted men in pensive mode are all over the song of the year and record of the year nominations. Adele’s world-conquering Hello and Beyoncé’s potent Formation grabbed nominations in both categories, as did the Danish act Lukas Graham’s nostalgia whinge 7 Years. Rounding out record of the year, which is given to the people behind a song’s recorded version, were Rihanna’s sinewy (and Drake-assisted) Work and the rock duo Twenty One Pilots’ sour Stressed Out; Mike Posner’s lightly neurotic I Took A Pill In Ibiza, which received a new lease on pop life after being remixed by the EDM duo Seeb, and Bieber’s spiteful Love Yourself filled out song of the year, which goes to songwriters.
Best new artist, the final category of the Big Four, has a fairly strong field. Kelsea Ballerini, who specializes in twangy refashionings of mid-tempo pop, and the winking upstart Maren Morris, who brings power-pop and reggae influences into her sprightly songs, represent Nashville’s new guard of up-and-coming ladies. Anderson .Paak’s kitchen-sink music fuses funk, soul, hip-hop and anything else the omnivorous rapper-singer can get a handle on. The bro-EDM duo The Chainsmokers, whose laconic Closer had an iron grip on the Grammy Awards 2017 Live Stream top of the US pop charts this year (and who were nominated even though their crashing 2014 single #SELFIE soundtracked a slew of TV montages showcasing snap-happy millennials), and the Chicago MC Chance the Rapper, whose third mixtape Coloring Book fuses gospel, hip-hop and magical realism in a thrilling way, are the category’s two biggest names.