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Grammy Awards 2022: Full List of Performers

It’s Time For What? Grammy Awards Baby.

It appears that the 64th Grammy Awards in 2022 will once again focus on making select celebrities more renowned by awarding them a prize.

Well, at the previous Grammy Awards, Beyoncé set a new record for the most awards, with four, topping Alison Krauss as the show’s most-awarded woman, with 28 overall.

Following the Oscars in 2022, it looks like we will have another major event to discuss. The first Grammy Awards, known as The Gramophone Awards, were held in 1958. Surprising right?

It has been rewarding star singers for their hard work and their year’s reward since that time.

Well, the Grammys wouldn’t be as much stunning if there weren’t any famous singers performing. Well, the singers performing songs are yet under the wraps.

But which artists are going to perform in this upcoming award ceremony is already here. And looks like there’s been a list of addition.

The Grammy Awards 2022 Performers List Is Filled With Stunning Artists

So, let’s take a look at all of the performers who could perhaps make history at this upcoming Grammy Awards.

1. Billie Eilish

“Isn’t it lovely, all alone? Heart made of glass, my mind of stone. Tear me to pieces, skin to bone. Hello, welcome home.”

Isn’t it true that Billie Eilish’s songs always hit that tender spot in our hearts? Her songs are always deep and uniquely talk about mental health.

She has been singing since she was 16 and is now 20 years old, which explains why she is improving day by day with her wonderful songs. And we absolutely love her.

Let’s see how this baggy-dressed diva will perform at the Grammy Awards with her angelic voice.

2. Brandi Carlile

“Come back now, even if you call me out. You might be angry now, of course, you are.

I’m scared too, didn’t mean to take it out on you. I know I always do, you’re the strongest person in the room.”

Have you heard any of this singer’s songs? So, what exactly are you waiting for? She completes the set. Great lyrics, music, and a soul-stirring performance.

When you hear it, you might lose a few brain cells. How can someone sing what is in your soul on a consistent basis? So yet, it appears that this talent has only been seen in Brandi.

3. Brothers Obsorne

“But it ain’t my fault. No, it ain’t my fault. Mighta had a little fun. Lotta wrong I’d done.”

Yes, it isn’t the band’s fault that these two duo brothers generate such cool music. T.J. is the lead vocalist and John Osborne is the group’s main instrumentalist, mainly performing electric guitar.

If you ever feel like giving up on a task, listen to their music to re-energize your lost motivation.

4. BTS

“Cause I-I-I’m in the stars tonight. So watch me bring the fire and set the night alight (hey)

Shining through the city with a little funk and soul. So I’ma light it up like dynamite, whoa oh oh.”

Oh no! We didn’t mention it before, but good news for Army fans: BTS, their all-time favorite band, will also perform at the Grammy Awards in 2022. 

Since their early days, the quality of their music has not only remained constant but has actually improved.

Their music has always been exceptional, but their most recent albums, in my opinion, have more clearly defined topics.

5. Lil Nas X

“Yeah, I’m gonna take my horse. To the old town road. I’m gonna ride ’til I can’t no more.”

There’s also something about Lil Nas X that makes you like him right away. When you learn about his grassroots efforts and read his Twitter feed (which is funny) you can’t help but route for him.

Like a great musician, he is literally slaying the hip-hop establishment and thriving. He’s doing the same thing at country radio as a black musician, even if the airplay isn’t great.

Despite fan’s objections, commercial radio’s boxes had been so tight for so long that this surprise hit ended up being a breath of fresh air. And his performance is going to be amazing.

6. Jack Harlow

“What’s poppin’? (Pooh, you a fool for this one) Brand new whip just hopped in. I got options. I could pass that b*tch like Stockton.”

Jack Harlow, 24, is a genuine professional. He possesses one of the best and most distinctive new generation rapping/singing voices; once you’re hooked on his tone, there’s no turning back.

Jack published his debut solo album in 2017 and has continued to post music and albums since then.

In January 2020, he received much-deserved notice after releasing one of the decade’s sickest tunes, ” WHAT’S POPPIN,” which included one of the sickest beats of all time.

The beat of What’s Poppin was so fantastic that there are hundreds of What’s Poppin remixes on YouTube by huge names like MGK and Joyner Lucas.

But Jack Harlow himself did a Whatspoppin remix that received more views than the original song because it featured MGK and Joyner Lucas. Lil Wayne, Dababy, and Tory Lanez are some of the most well-known rappers in the world.

7. Olivia Rodrigo

“And I know we weren’t perfect. But I’ve never felt this way for no one, oh. And I just can’t imagine how you could be so okay, now that I’m gone.

I guess you didn’t mean what you wrote in that song about me. Cause you said forever, now I drive alone past your street.”

Listen to Olivia’s debut album and you’ll understand why so many people admire her. Eh, it’s off to a stale start. She has a conventionally appealing appearance. She’s not exactly easy to get.

She is, after all, a pretty successful actress, and to be that, you must be moderately handsome, at least on the surface. So, certainly, she is attractive.

Her songs are so relatable that they seem to originate from her own personal experiences.

8. Chris Stapleton

“You’re as smooth as Tennessee whiskey. You’re as sweet as strawberry wine.”

His voice is one of the greatest you’ll ever hear. That gravelly, bluesy tone isn’t available for purchase. Listen to “Tennessee Whiskey” and tell me you don’t think he has a great voice.

A bluesy country artist with a big voice. Listen to “Parachute” and tell me he doesn’t have a world-class rock voice as well.

9. Foo Fighters

“Hello! I’ve waited here for you. Everlong…”

They’re a fantastic collection of true musicians, and Dave Grohl is on the verge of becoming a legend. He used to be Nirvana’s drummer, so… yeah.

They’ve been rocking the audience since their inception, playing to obscenely enormous crowds and earning tremendous rock-star success.

They’re also a terrific set of guys with 12 Grammy Awards, maybe this year’s will make it 13!

10. H.E.R

“If life is a movie. Then you’re the best part, oh.”

She sings like she’s been here a long time for a young person, and we need more young and brilliant artists like her.

She has a voice that transports you to a universal state of peace and reflection in your life where everything is perfect.

11. Jon Batiste

“Cause you so genuine. You got that something special. Didn’t you know? I just need you, you, you.”

I believe he is a hilarious genius, and everyone who has had the chance to sit next to him or speak with him would like it. His political views appear to be controversial with the public at large.

As someone who enjoys both art and humor, Colbert actually uses his fantastic brilliant sense of comedy as an art form to investigate the entire political spectrum and use humor to bring out the faults of all parties in the public spotlight.

12. Nas

“Black diamonds and pearls. Could it be, if you could be mine we’d both shine.”

Nas is considered one of the greatest rappers of all time for his consistent work on his two classic albums (Illmatic and Stillmatic).

He is the epitome of lyricism, the apex of the art form. He launched his first album, which is widely considered to be the best Hip Hop record of all time, and he continues to make pure Hip Hop music.

He is the most successful Hip Hop artist in history when it comes to fusing commercial appeal with the gritty, underground street stories that became the foundation for Hip Hop music once the DJ’s role was switched to the MC.

He accomplished this without completely “selling out.”

13. Ben Platt

“I’m waving through a window. I try to speak, but nobody can hear. So I wait around for an answer to appear.”

Ben’s musical performance is exceptional, but his personality is much more so: a unique mix of urban neurosis, quick-witted humor, compassion, elegance, and a fair dosage of humility. He is gifted as a singer and actor.

14. Cynthia Erivo

“That’s when I’m gonna stand up. Take my people with me. Together we are going. To a brand new home.”

Cynthia Erivo has so far won many awards; first for her performance in the Broadway musical adaption of ‘The Color Purple, a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album, a Tony Award for Lead Actress, and an Emmy for Outstanding On-Camera Musical Performance in a Daytime Program for The Color Purple.

All she is missing is an Oscar for the coveted EGOT title. She missed it out when she lost it to Renee Zellweger in 2019 when she was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in Harriet (2019).

15. Leslie Odom Jr

“And if there’s a reason I’m by her side. When so many have tried. Then I’m willing to wait for it.”

Leslie Odom Jr. comes to mind when we talk about beautiful voices. He’s also the most experienced of the males, in my opinion. He also has a wide range of abilities.

He has the ability to go both high and low. Although Hamilton has the most amazing lyrics, the job isn’t as demanding.

The singer covers a wide spectrum of genres, from hip-hop to rap to classical to jazz-influenced music. Leslie is the cast’s most seasoned member, at least in terms of musical theatre.

16. Rachel Zegler

“Only you, you’re the only thing I’ll see forever. In my eyes, in my words, and in everything I do. Nothing else but you ever.”

Rachel’s voice, despite her youth, is clear and lovely, with a lot of strength behind it. This song is from the movie ‘West Side Story,’ which was Rachel’s first movie and was a huge success.

List Of Performers Scheduled To Perform At The ‘Premiere Ceremony’

Well, the Grammy Awards have a different list of premium performers, who will perform in the premium ceremony, so don’t worry we have the list prepared for you. You just have to go through it.

  • Madison Cunningham


Nnenna Freelon

Kalani Pe’a

John Popper

The Isaacs

  • Jimmie Allen
  • Ledisi
  • Mon Laferto
  • Allison Russell
  • Curtis Stewart

Here’s something else. Due to a continuous online dispute, Kanye West, an American rapper, has been denied the opportunity to perform at the Grammy Awards.

In addition, the rapper has been sending obscene messages to his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and her boyfriend Pete Davidson. We won’t be seeing Kanye performing.

What are your thoughts on the Grammy Awards this year? Who do you believe is deserving of the award? In the comments box below, we’d love to hear your thoughts.

Ayman Bhorania
A Gamer And A Writer By Heart. Ayman Is Captivated By Movies & Shows, And She's Writing It Here. She Cherish Encouraging Everyone To Accomplish Their Goals. If She's Not Writing, You Will Find Her Watching Shows, Or Probably Playing Games!


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