2024 GRAMMYs Performers: Burna Boy, Luke Combs And Travis Scott Announced

Burna Boy, Luke Combs and Travis Scott have been added to the performer lineup for the 2024 GRAMMYs. They join previously announced performers Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa and Olivia Rodrigo. The 2024 GRAMMYs air live Sunday, Feb. 4, on CBS and Paramount+.


Burna Boy, Luke Combs And Travis Scott Join 2024 GRAMMYs Performer Lineup

Burna Boy, Luke Combs and Travis Scott have been added to the performer lineup for the 2024 GRAMMYs. Unveiled earlier today on CBS, these newly announced performing artists join previously announced 2024 GRAMMYs performers Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa and Olivia Rodrigo. Additional performers will be announced in the coming days and weeks. See the full list of performers and host at the 2024 GRAMMYs to date.

The 2024 GRAMMYs, officially known as the 66th GRAMMY Awards, will broadcast live from Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 4, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on the CBS Television Network and will be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.^ Prior to the Telecast, the GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony will broadcast live from the Peacock Theater at 12:30 p.m. PT/3:30 p.m. ET and will be streamed live on live.GRAMMY.com. On GRAMMY Sunday, fans can access exclusive behind-the-scenes GRAMMY Awards content, including performances, acceptance speeches, interviews from the GRAMMY Live red-carpet special, and more via the Recording Academy's digital experience on live.GRAMMY.com.

Two-time GRAMMY-nominated comedian, actor, author, podcast host, and former 'The Daily Show' host Trevor Noah returns to host the 2024 GRAMMYs, marking his fourth consecutive year as host of Music's Biggest Night; Noah is currently nominated at the 2024 GRAMMYs in the Best Comedy Album Category for this 2022 Netflix comedy special, I Wish You Would.

Meet 5 GRAMMY Nominees Who Started At GRAMMY U

For nearly 20 years, emerging music industry creatives have cycled through GRAMMY U, the Recording Academy’s program for young people aspiring to work in the music industry. Below, meet the five GRAMMY U alumni who are nominated at the 2024 GRAMMYs.

Since 2006, GRAMMY U has been dedicated to nurturing the next generation of music professionals by connecting aspiring members with the industry's brightest and most talented minds. With its recent membership expansion, GRAMMY U continues to grow and establish a diverse community of students and young professionals.

GRAMMY U members have the unique opportunity to collaborate with GRAMMY nominees and professionals across various sectors of the music industry, including affiliates of the Recording Academy’s Producers & Engineers Wing and Songwriters & Composers Wing. Annual programming includes the Mentorship Program, GRAMMY U Fall Summit, activations at GRAMMY Week, and the GRAMMY U Conference as well as dozens of local programs nationwide.

5 Essential D'Mile Productions: Silk Sonic, Victoria Monét, & Others

Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical GRAMMY nominee D’Mile revisits his career milestones and discusses his work with H.E.R. Victoria Monét, Silk Sonic and more.

"He is a genius. I don’t feel like most people realize how much of a genius he actually is," producer D’Mile asserts when thinking back on his popular project with Bruno Mars.

But prior to the formation of Silk Sonic, longtime friend and bandmate Anderson .Paak implored Mars and D’Mile to come together for a session. "Once we realized we were doing a group project, I think it was easy for all of us to know what kind of vibe it was going to be," D'Mile says.


Behind The Accordion With 'Weird Al' Yankovic

"Weird Al" Yankovic is more than just a novelty — though his catalog is full of wacky oddities. A beloved and iconic figure, Yankovic has earned five GRAMMY Awards for his unique blend of satire and sound.

His career as a melodious humorist began with airplay on the 'Doctor Demento' radio show in the late 1970s, and he signed with Scotti Bros. Records’ in 1982 just a few months after the fledgling MTV network hit the airwaves. His inspired parodies of Michael Jackson’s 'Beat It' (As 'Eat It') and Madonna’s 'Like A Virgin' ('Like A Surgeon'), which was actually the Material Girl’s idea, made him a star. The hit train has kept on rolling, with send ups of Greg Kihn Band ('I Lost On Jeopardy'), Nirvana ('Smells Like Nirvana'), Coolio ('Amish Paradise'), and Pharrell Williams ('Tacky').

Most musicians feel honored to be parodied by Weird Al, who always seeks permission to cover a song in his own inimitable way — with his distinct vocals and new lyrics that offer a funny take on an unrelated topic while fitting the cadence and rhyme scheme of the original.