The Recording Academy have slowly rolled out who will perform at the GRAMMYs on February 12, highlighted by the announcement Monday that Anderson .Paak, A Tribe Called Quest and Dave Ghrol will perform together.
The latest to add to the list? Chance the Rapper.
Chano — who is nominated for seven awards despite not selling his music — joins a list of performers such as Daft Punk and The Weeknd, Adele, John Legend, Bruno Mars and others.
Chance has made it a goal to perform every song from Coloring Book on national television. So far, he’s performed “No Problem,” “Blessings,” “Blessings (Reprise),” “Angels,” “Same Drugs” and “Finish Line” (on SNL the second time) and “Summer Friends.”
Some potential songs he’ll perform at the GRAMMYs then include: “Mixtape” with Young Thug and Lil Yachty (which would have a ton of layered meaning to it with the hook “am I the only n*gga who still cares about mixtapes?”), “How Great” with Jay Electronica (Jay Elec at the GRAMMYs?), or maybe some mix of “All Night” and “All We Got,” which wouldn’t seem right without Kanye — who said he’s not attending.
Anyway, tune into the GRAMMYs on February 12 at 8 p.m. on CBS.