Show so good, your ‘Grammy’ would love it

Elizabeth Cortez

On Jan. 28, the recording academy will come together and reward singers with highly desired Grammys.

The anticipated 60th annual Grammy Award Show will be held at Madison Square Garden. This year’s show will be hosted by comedian personality James Corden of  “The Late Late Show.”

After 14 years of hosting the Grammys in Los Angeles, they are finally being brought back to New York, where they were held in 2003. In honor of the show’s return, Tony winners Patti Lupone and Ben Platt will be performing.

Other performing artists include rapper Childish Gambino, Lady Gaga and Pink; who are all nominated for Grammy awards as well. Gambino will perform songs off of his album, “Awaken, my Love!” and Lady Gaga is set to sing a song off of her album “Joanne.” Recently, R&B singer Bruno Mars and breakout artist Cardi B are set to bring their remix of “Finesse” on stage. Alessia Cara, Khalid and Logic will be performing with a group of suicide attempt survivors and people who have lost loved ones to suicide in a memorable showing of “1-800-273-8255.”

As for the nominees, Jay Z received eight nominations for his elaborate and emotional album “4:44,” putting him in the lead for most nods. Kendrick Lamar and Bruno Mars quickly follow with seven and six nominations respectively. Kesha earned her first two nominations ever for best pop solo performance “Praying” and best pop vocal album “Rainbow.”

Cardi B received two nominations including best rap performance and best rap song “Bodack Yellow.” SZA, another debut artist, has received five nods for best new artist, “The Weekend” for best R&B performance, “Ctrl” for best urban contemporary album, “Supermodel” for best R&B song and “Love Galore” for best rap song performance.

Catch more on Sunday as the Grammy Award Show is broadcast live on CBS at 4:30 p.m. PT.