Top Dawg Entertainment’s SZA is ready to make the Grammy Awards an unforgettable ceremony. The beautiful crooner has dished on snagging a performance slot at the annual showcase.
This week, SZA went to Instagram to gush over the honor and credited a grip of people from God to the Recording Academy.
Thankful for every opportunity to grow , thankful each time to face the unfathomable and build over and and over again! Thank you God for everything you’ve handed me this year and beyond !! Thank you each and every person that shared any ounce of energy w me .🙏🏾🙏🏾 Incredibly Honored that the @RecordingAcademy asked me to perform this year at the #GRAMMYs! Humbled and still speechless to even be nominated . Thank you SO much @RecordingAcademy for Opportunities I couldn’t even dream. Ready to express n celebrate w my Mama AND granny! on Jan.28 !! SEE YA SOON NY ! Music’s Biggest Night ! 01.28 #CBS #GRAMMYs #TDE 💜
This week a grip of musicians from SZA and Cardi B to Bruno Mars and Daddy Yankee were announced as performers.
The Grammy Awards have announced more performers for the forthcoming 60th annual Grammy Awards: current nominees Bruno Mars with Cardi B; SZA, Kesha, Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee, and Alessia Cara, Khalid and Logic, who together will take the stage with a group of suicide attempt and loss survivors selected by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline in a special performance, presumably of their suicide-awareness song “1-800-273-8255.” Similarly, Mars and Cardi B are likely to perform the remixed version of “Finesse,” which dropped last week along with a ’90-centric video paying homage to the TV show “In Living Color.” (Variety)
Earlier this month, SZA reacted to President Barack Obama co-signing her music.
Recently, President Obama surprised fans by announcing his fave books and songs of ’17.