The 2017 Grammy performances you need to watchBruno Mars, Katy Perry, Adele, and more.
Feb 13, 2017

Just like every year, the 59th annual Grammy awards reiterated its "Music's Biggest Night" mantra with a boatload of standout performances. We highlighted sets from Beyoncé, Adele, and The Weeknd, but other artists like Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, and more took the stage, adding to a string of worthwhile performances.

Adele, "Hello"

The Weeknd and Daft Punk, "Starboy" / "I Feel It Coming"

Beyonce, "Love Drought" / "Sandcastles"

Bruno Mars, "That's What I Like"

Turning up the heat with one of the many sizzling highlights on 24K Magic, his chart-topping third studio album, Bruno Mars hit the Grammys stage with a rousing performance of "That's What I Like." Dressed in a leather track suit with his super talented band in tow, Mars activated the sexy and went full smooth-operator inside the Staples Center, swooning the audience with lines like "If you want it, girl come and get it, all this is here for you."

Katy Perry debuts "Chained 2 the Rhythm"

Fresh off the debut off her newest single "Chained 2 the Rhythm," Katy Perry returned to the Grammy stage to perform the disco-tinged tune live for the first time. With Skip Marley, who is featured on the song, in tow, the pop star performed the record while donning a white suit with an armband that read "Persist" and dancing in front of an enclosure surrounded by a white picket fence. To close things out, the singer utilized a massive projection of the United States Constitution to showcase the phrase, "We the people."

Alicia Keys & Maren Morris perform "Once"

Fifteen-time Grammy winner Alicia Keys joined first-time nominee Maren Morris for a slow-burning performance of "Once," a single off the latter's debut album, Hero, which arrived last year. The punchy performance saw the two singers go blow-for-blow, trading soaring vocals like an electrifying boxing match. In the end, Keys, a powerhouse performer, and Morris, a star in the making, together delivered a touching performance.

Adele, "Fast Love" (George Michael Tribute)

Bruno Mars, "Let's Go Crazy" (Prince Tribute)

A Tribe Called Quest, Anderson .Paak, Busta Rhymes and Consequence, "We The People"

Chance the Rapper with his cousin Nicole, Kirk Franklin, Francis and the Lights and Tamela Mann deliver "How Great" and "All We Got"

Chance the Rapper has not one, but three reasons to feel like blessings have fallen in his lap. And by "three," we're talking about the rapper's historic night at the Grammys, which culminated in three wins, including Best New Artist and Best Rap Album. To celebrate, Chano picked performed fitting soundtracks for the night, delivering live renditions of Coloring Book's "How Great" and "All We Got."

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