That much-buzzed-about collaboration among Paul McCartney, Kanye West and Rihanna is coming to the Grammys. The three — who recently released the single FourFiveSeconds — will perform together on Sunday's telecast, producers announced today. West — who is one of the most honored musicians ever, with 21 Grammys wins and 56 nominations — will also perform solo on the show.
On the stripped-down, mid-tempo R&B tune FourFiveSeconds, Rihanna sings lead with an assist from West, while McCartney strums acoustic guitar. It will appear on upcoming albums by West and Rihanna.
Previously announced performers for the Grammys (airing at 8 p.m. ET Sunday on CBS) include Madonna, Miranda Lambert, Pharrell Williams, Sam Smith, John Legend and Common, Ed Sheeran, Usher, Ariana Grande, Hozier, AC/DC, Tony Bennett with Lady Gaga, and Eric Church.
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