Justin Beiber Allegedly Headbutted A Man At A Pre-Grammys Bash

It has been reported that Justin Beiber has allegedly headbutted a guy at a pre-grammy’s bash. Authorities are now looking into the incident as a “possible crime.”

(Video) Beyonce Kills Her Grammy Performance

Of course the world was awaiting the Queen Bey’s Grammy performance and lets just say, per usual Beyonce SLAYED. This was Beyonce’s first appearance since announcing she is pregnant with twins. She went a different route than usual as she created a theater type of performance. It was amazing. The internet lost it.

(Video) Chance The Rapper Celebrates Grammy Nominees By Having A Huge Party

Congratulations are now in order to Chance the Rapper who has now been nominated for seven Grammy’s. This is the first ever nomination for a streaming-only project. Super dope! Chance is definitely making history. He has also been nominated for Best New Artist, Best Rap Song, and several nods for his work on Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo. In October, Chance said if he was given a Grammy nomination, he would throw a huge party. Welp, he definitely kept his word. Chance threw a huge fiesta for the accomplishments.

(Photo) Beyonce Is Now The Most Nominated Female Artist in Grammy History

Congratulations are now in order to the queen bee as she has scored more Grammy Award nominations than any other female in the award show’s history. Beyonce has a total of nine nominations for categories including Album of the year, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year, among others, making her the most nominated artist for the 59th annual award show. Super lit!

(Photos) WOW: Throwback Pic Of President Obama Receiving Grammy

Who would’ve known that our President was a Grammy winner? The Grammy’s posted a throwback pic on their Instagram of the Prez accepting his Grammy.

False Alarm: Trinidad James Did NOT Win A Grammy For “Uptown Funk”

Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’s “Uptown Funk” won two Grammy’s the other day for “Record of the Year” and “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.” Trinidad James was credited on the song due to the fact that his “All Gold Everything” was inserted in the hook. Unfortunately, this does not mean that James won a Grammy for the song.

Did Kendrick Lamar Actually Steal His Grammy Performance Concept From A Musical?

Kendrick Lamar is being widely praised for his phenomenal Grammy performance by critics and fans alike (myself included). But, you know that greatness comes with a price tag and now this director is claiming that Kendrick might have took the concept from a musical he directed…hit the jump.

Hip Hop Has Only Won 1.2% Of Major Grammy Awards Since 1989

Yes, our great culture of hip-hop has only taken home an unfortunately low number of Grammy awards since we got our own category in 1989. How ironic. Hit the jump.

(Video) Taylor Swift Cried After Missing A Key During Her Grammy Performance

Taylor Swift wasn’t that happy with her performance last night. She opened the awards show singing “Out of the Woods,” which was on her “1989” album. There is a video showing Swift’s best friend, Selena Gomez coming to the rescue and comforting Switft as she was upset for missing a note doing her performance. Many of us probably didn’t even catch it. It was still a wonderful performance.

(Video) Kendrick Lamar Appears In Grammy’s “Witness Greatness” Promo Video

The Grammy’s is gearing up to be a huge night for Kendrick Lamar. The Compton native is up for 11 nominations, including ‘Album of the Year’ for his critically acclaimed album To Pimp a Butterfly and ‘Song of the Year’ for his “Alright” record. Recently, K.Dot teamed up with The Recoding Academy for a new promotional video titled “Witness Greatness.” The campaign is geared to highlight a few of the Grammy’s shining stars. The three-minute video features all different faces from Compton reciting the lyrics to Kendrick’s anthem “Alright.” The 58th Annual Grammy Awards are set to air air live from L.A.’s Staples Center on February 15th. Check out the video below.

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