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2023 GRAMMYs Rumored To Have Jay-Z Performance

One of the biggest hip hop icon on the planet, JAY-Z, is rumored to have a live performance at this year’s  Grammys Stage. Hits Daily Double reports Hov is set to take the stage at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles to perform for the show.

Hov’s appearance is rumored to potentially show up during DJ Khaled’s set, to deliver his 2022 Verse of the Year candidate from “GOD DID.”

Additional rumored performances are Bad Bunny and Harry Styles. Big nominees like Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar, and Taylor Swift are believed to not be booked to perform at the show.

The rap billionaire’s wife, Beyoncé, Renaissance album has received nominations in the Best Dance/Electronic Album and Best Dance/Electronic Recording categories.

Renaissance – Beyonce
Fragments – Bonobo
Diplo – Diplo
Last Goodbye – Odesza
Surrender – Rufus Du Sol

“Break My Soul” – Beyonce
“Rosewood” – Bonobo
“Don’t Forget My Love” – Diplo & Miguel
“I’m Good (Blue)” – David Guetta & Bebe Rexha
“Intimidated” – Kaytranada Feat. Her
“On My Knees” – Rufus Du Sol

In other Jay-Z news, Hip-Hop presented the beat for “Still Not A Player” before it ultimately landed in Big Pun’s lap. He also tried to get Jay-Z on “Whoa!” which wound up becoming Black Rob’s biggest hit. Finally, he revealed that he tried to get Jay-Z to rap on the beat for Mr. Cheeks’ “Lights, Camera, Action.”

“He said it was too slow,” Hip-Hop recalled of Jay’s reaction to “Lights, Camera, Action.” “I was like ‘Whatchu mean it’s too slow?’”

The hosts then asked how he felt about the success of the song. He explained that he didn’t feel any way about Jay turning the beat down.

“Nah, it’s like whatever is best for the record,” he said. And I know that a record just got to motivate [Jay-Z].”

Meanwhile, fellow New York rapper, 50 Cent chimed in an interview that Eminem had a bigger impact on the world of hip hop than the Roc-a-Fella founder.

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