SZA Revealed As New Addition To Star-Studded Grammy 2024 Performers Line-up

Fans of SZA will be excited to learn that the “Nobody Gets Me” songstress is set to perform at the 66th annual Grammy Awards. The announcement was made by the award show only a few days ahead of the ceremony, revealing that the singer/songwriter will take the stage at Arena in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday, February 4. The official Instagram account of the award show released the announcement on Monday, January 29, featuring a video of SZA and a message that read “Performer.” This news has caused a stir among music fans, eagerly anticipating her performance.

“[a clock emoji] You don’t want to snooze and miss this moment! Watch the 66th #GRAMMYs on February 4th at 8 PM ET or 5 PM PT on @cbstv!”

The upcoming Grammy Awards ceremony is set to be a star-studded affair, with some of the biggest names in music scheduled to perform. One of the most anticipated performers is SZA, who is expected to deliver her soulful songs and may also take the podium if she wins any of her nine nominations.

SZA’s dominance of the 2024 Grammy Awards nominations was announced in November 2023, with her receiving an impressive nine nods in various categories. These nominations include the prestigious Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist awards, making her one of the top contenders for the coveted awards. Apart from SZA, the Grammy Awards ceremony will feature several other famous artists, including Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Olivia Rodrigo, Luke Combs, Travis Scott (II), Burna Boy, Billy Joel, and Joni Mitchell. With such a star-studded line-up, the 2024 Grammy Awards ceremony will surely be a memorable event for music lovers worldwide.

In response to the announcement, SZA shared her thoughts on Twitter, candidly acknowledging her nine nominations.

“Cause I’m overwhelmed by it,, and it gives me a lot of anxiety to think of words, but I’m very grateful and very shaken, and I wish my grandmother was here to come with me again.”

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