2024 Grammy Awards: Travis Scott, Burna Boy And Luke Combs To Perform

BY JO Mensah January 22, 2024 8:01 PM EDT
2024 Grammys performers Photo source: Instagram/@travisscott, @burnaboyworld, @lukecombs

The Recording Academy has officially announced the next batch of performers for the 2024 Grammy Awards, which will take place on February 11 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

The star-studded lineup includes Travis Scott, Burna Boy and Luke Combs, who will join the previously revealed Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa and Olivia Rodrigo on the stage.

Travis Scott, who is known for his electrifying live shows, will bring his latest album Utopia to life at the Grammys. The album, which features collaborations with Kanye West, Kid Cudi, Future and more, is nominated for Best Rap Album, marking Scott’s 10th career Grammy nomination.

However, the Houston rapper has yet to win a Grammy, despite being one of the most influential and successful artists of his generation.

Burna Boy, on the other hand, has already tasted Grammy glory last year, when he won Best Global Music Album for his 2020 project Twice As Tall.

The Nigerian superstar is back in the running for five more Grammys this year, including Best Global Music Album for his 2021 release I Told Them…, which showcases his versatility and fusion of Afrobeat, dancehall, hip-hop and R&B. Burna Boy is also nominated for Best African Music Performance for Wonderful, Best Global Music Performance for Monsters You Made featuring Chris Martin, and Best Melodic Rap Performance for “Sittin’ on Top of the World” featuring 21 Savage.

Luke Combs, who is one of the most popular and acclaimed country singers of today, will make his Grammy debut as a performer this year.

The North Carolina native has been dominating the charts and breaking records with his first two albums, This One’s for You and What You See Is What You Get, which have both been certified multi-platinum.

Combs is nominated for three Grammys this year, including Best Country Album for What You See Ain’t Always What You Get, the deluxe edition of his second album. He is also up for Best Country Solo Performance for “Forever After All” and Best Country Song for “Better Together”.