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    Munchi
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    I don’t know if this topic exists already, if so please paste the link.

    Mine:

    1. Imagine Dragons + Kendrick – Radioactive + M.a.a.d City
    2. Beyonce + Ed Sheeran + Gary Clark Jr. – Stevie Wonder Tribute
    3. Whitney Houston – I Will Always Love You
    4. Arianna – Just A Little Bit Of Your Heart
    5. Daft Punk + Pharrell + Nile + Stevie – Get Lucky etc.
    6. Pharell + Lang Lang + Hans Zimmer – Happy
    7. Bruno + Cardi B – Finesse
    8. Adele – Rolling In The Deep
    9. Billie + Finneas – When The Party Is Over
    10. Kendrick + U2 + Dave Chappelle – xxx + DNA + Big Shot + New Freezer + King’s Dead
    11. Billie + Finneas – Everything I Wanted
    12. Arianna – Imagine + MFT + 7 Rings + TUN
    13. Burna Boy – Level Up + Onyeka + Ye
    14. Tony Bennett + Lady Gaga – Cheek To Cheek
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    Gucci
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    Honey,

    2000: Christina Aguilera, “Contigo En La Distancia/Genie Atrapado” (Latin Grammys)
    2001: Christina Aguilera – Spanish Medley
    2002: Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, Mya, P!nk & Patti LaBelle, “Lady Marmalade”
    2004: Christina Aguilera, “Beautiful”
    2006: Herbie Hancock & Christina Aguilera, “A Song for You”
    2007: Christina Aguilera, “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” – James Brown Grammy Tribute
    2011: Christina Aguilera – Tribute to Aretha Franklin

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    braydenfitzsimmons
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    Whitney Houston – One Moment In Time (1989)
    Mariah Carey – If It’s Over (1991)
    Aretha Franklin – Nessun Dorma (1998)
    Pink – Glitter in the Air (2010)
    Adele – Rolling in the Deep (2012)

    Beyoncé and Prince’s 2004 set was legendary, and unlike so many of Elrich’s “Grammy moments” of pairing a rising star with a legend, you can actually tell they enjoyed performing together and loved each other’s work.

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    Aretha Franklin, “Nessun Dorma”
    Christina Aguilera, “It’s a Man’s Man’s World”
    Imagine Dragons & Kendrick Lamar, “Radioactive”
    Janet Jackson, “What Have You Done For Me Lately”
    Madonna & Gorillaz, “Hung Up”
    Mary J. Blige, “No More Drama”
    Michael Jackson, “Man in the Mirror”
    P!NK, “Glitter in the Air”
    Prince & Beyoncé, Medley
    Rihanna, “We Found Love”
    Silk Sonic, “Leave the Door Open”
    Tina Turner, “What’s Love Got to Do With It”
    Whitney Houston, “One Moment in Time”

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    Stevie Wonder, You Haven’t Done Nothin (1975)

    Marvin Gaye, Sexual Healing (1983)

    Eurythmics, Sweet Dreams (1984)

    Aretha Franklin, Nessun Dorma (1998)

    Mary J. Blige, No More Drama (2002)

    Prince and Beyoncé, Purple Rain/Baby I’m a Star/Let’s Go Crazy/Crazy in Love (2004)

    Melissa Etheridge and Joss Stone, Cry Baby/Piece of My Heart (2005)

    P!nk, Glitter in the Air (2010)

    Adele, Rolling in the Deep (2012)

    Kendrick Lamar, The Blacker the Berry/Alright/Freestyle (2016)

    Janelle Monáe, Make Me Feel (2019)

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    Lil Nas X featuring BTS, Billy Ray Cyrus, and Nas.

    Its the only time to date that the GOAT Nas has graced the Grammy stage with a performance.

     

     

    of course Kendrick in 2016 & 2019 was legendary.

     

     

    Also want to give a shoutout to Kanye performing with Daft Punk in 08

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    Christina Aguilera – “It’s A Mans Más World”

    Congratulations to Grammy Winners: Jazmine Sullivan, Doja Cat, SZA and Olivia Rodrigo!

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    Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, Dave Grohl and Steven Van Zandt – Joe Strummer tribute (2003)

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    Award Chaos
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    Recent:

    Imagine Dragons & Kendrik Lamar – Radioactive
    Taylor Swift – All Too Well
    Taylor Swift – Out of the Woods
    Pink – Glitter In The Air
    Ricky Martin – La Copa De La Vida
    Train – Drops of Jupiter
    Fiona Apple – Criminal

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    Kendrick Lamar 2014 and 2016 will never be topped

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    Anna Artdeco
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    Dua Lipa 2021 grammys!

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    2010: Gaga & Elton John
    2014: Taylor Swift (all too well)
    2015: Beyoncé & Jay Z
    2018: Kendrick Lamar
    2019: Janelle Monáe
    2020: Ariana Grande
    2021: Dua Lipa

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    Lady Gaga – Born This Way

    Taylor Swift – All Too Well

    Beyonce x Jay-Z – Drunk In Love

    Adele – Rolling In The Deep

    Billie Eilish – Everything I Wanted

    Cardi B – Money

    In general I’m not a big fan of GRAMMY performances. I feel artists do it better in VMAs and AMAs.

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