Lil Baby Announced to Perform at Grammy Awards
Following the performers’ Buzz and latest announcements for the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards, many new artists have been added. On March 7th, popular and chart-topping rap artist Lil Baby was just announced to perform at this year’s Grammy Award.
Rap Artist Lil Baby Making an Appearance on the Grammy’s
Recording Academy’s just announced that rapper Lil Baby would be performing at this year’s Grammy Awards. This year’s Grammy Awards will be air on Sunday, March 14th, at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on CBS Television Network from the Los Angeles Convention Center in downtown LA.
The 26-year-old authentic and unapologetic rap artist has taken the music industry by storm, as he has been recognized as one of the most critically acclaimed rap artists since his debut release in 2017. Currently, he is nominated for two Grammy Awards being, Best Song and Best Rap Performance, for his latest release, “The Bigger Picture.” This drop centered on focusing on issues bigger than oneself, which was excellently executed through the confusion, frustration, and conflict of the track lyrical work.
Lil Baby Dominating the Rap Industry Hit by Hit
Since 2017, he has gained recognition for his standout performances and consistency in musical releases. February of last year, he released his album My Turn, which was #1 on the Billboard 200 and remained till June. It was streamed at #1 and was claimed to be one of the top-selling albums of the year, 2020. My Turn also held 14 records simultaneously on The Billboard Hot 100, surpassing musical legends and classics Prince and Paul McCartney among others in his 3-year career.
As if being named MVP on Rap Caviar and win for BETAward for Best New Artist wasn’t enough to prove his success, then one would be blind to realize the impact he has had on today’s Rap Industry. Lil Baby is easily one of the greatest modern success stories in hip-hop today, as he has proven to break charts and records within a three-year time span. He’s proven to be Grammy material, and surely his performance will do anything but disappoint the music listeners of today’s generation