The 57th Annual Grammy Awards will be held next Sunday February 8, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The show will be hosted for the fourth consecutive time by the U.S. rapper LL Cool J.
The event organizers announced Tuesday that seven-time Grammy Award winner and current nominee Barbadian singer Rihanna will deliver a world debut performance of her newly released single, "FourFiveSeconds," with fellow Grammy Award-winning collaborators Kanye West and the ex-Beattle Paul McCartney.
The show marks West's return after six years, he has won 21 Grammys and is nominated for two awards, including best rap song and rap/sung collaboration for "Bound 2" with Charlie Wilson, meanwhile McCartney has 18 Grammys.
The event is organized by the U.S. National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS) and recognizes the outstanding achievement in the music industry, Beyonce, Sam Smith and Pharrell Williams are the Grammy leaders with six nominations each one.
The show will be also enlivened by the band AC/DC, Tony Bennett with Lady Gaga, Annie Lennox, Adam Levine with Gwen Stefani, Madonna; Usher and Pharrell Williams among many others.