This morning (Jan. 25) the the Recording Academy announced 16 celebrities who will present at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, which takes place this Sunday.

Dave Chappelle, who is fresh off two hot Netflix specials will present, as well as Alicia Keys and John Legend. Eve, Shemar Moore and Daily Show host, Trevor Noah are also set to present at the ceremony.

Already, this year's Grammys is set to be one of the most anticipated in the ceremony's long history. Not only is it a milestone year, it's moved from L.A. to New York. And, the Album of the Year category is stacked with hip-hop and R&B acts.

Kendrick Lamar, JAY-Z, Childish Gambino and Bruno Mars are all up for the biggest award, marking the first time in a while that hip-hop has a legitimate chance of walking away with the honor. If a rap act does win, it'll be the first time since OutKast took it home with Speakkerbox/The Love Below back in 2003.

As for performances, Cardi B, Bruno Mars, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino, SZA, Bryson Tiller, DJ Khaled, Rihanna, and more all set to hit the Grammy stage, with speculation that Kendrick, who is up for seven awards, will open the show. 

The Grammys air at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 28 on CBS.

 

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