In which Busta Rhymes refers to Donald Trump as “Agent Orange”.
Gaga and her new back tattoo make up for James Hetfield’s mic problems.
Singer can’t get over her Grammys bad luck, but still delivers a heartfelt tribute.
The pop singer joined hands with Skip Marley in protest of Führer Trump.
A stunning, ornate, and spiritual staging of Lemonade cuts “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles”.
To the delight of Sean Spicer, the French robots return for their first live performance in three years.
Pop songstress’ previous Grammys performance was marred in technical difficulties.
Solange, Cage the Elephant, and Flume also among this year’s winners.
R&B crooner responds to recent comments by Grammy’ creative team.
Dave Grohl and co. return to the stage for the first time since November 2015.
A Target commercial featuring the Mike WiLL Made-It-produced rendition will air during the Grammys on Sunday.
Plus, he’s teamed up with Australian producer Moonbase for new single, “It Don’t Matter”.