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Lil Nas X delivers a powerful performance at the Grammy's


Nepalnews
2022 Apr 04, 13:21, Las Vegas
Lil Nas X performing at the Grammy's 2022. Photo: ANI

Rapper Lil Nas X delivered a monumental performance, taking the Grammy's stage to perform a medley of his hits, including 'Montero (Call Me By Your Name)' and 'Industry Baby', for which he was joined by Jack Harlow.

Following an introduction by Trevor Noah, Nas X started his performance with 'Dead Right Now', backed by a line of drummers.

Lil Nas X performing at the Grammy's 2022.
Photo: ANI
Lil Nas X performing at the Grammy's 2022. Photo: ANI

After performing 'Dead Right Now' in a sparkling black cape-like outfit, Nas X moved backstage while a video montage played for viewers highlighting the controversy surrounding the music video for his much-talked-about single 'Montero (Call Me by Your Name)'.

Along with tweets and news articles flashing onscreen from those who criticized the song, voices of various newscasters could also be heard panning 'Montero' for its risque religious and sexual themes.

Nas X then reappeared on stage in a diamond-encrusted shirt, which exposed his stomach and left one arm bare. There, he sang the previously alluded title track before he transitioned to perform his song 'Industry Baby', featuring a cameo by fellow rapper Jack Harlow in a different outfit.

Nas X scored five Grammy nominations at this year's ceremony, including album of the year, record of the year, song of the year, best melodic rap performance, and best music video.

The 64th annual Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, is being held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

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