When Daft Punk were announced as one of the performers at this year’s Grammy Awards, the ceremony’s executive producer said they’d be doing “a collaborative and celebratory stage performance” — the key word being “collaborative.” And so, for their first live performance of the Random Access Memories era, it’s fitting that Pharrell and Nile Rodgers are taking part, but in a nice surprise, the legendary Stevie Wonder will also be joining them for the occasion.
This won’t be the only big collaboration of the night. Pink and Nate Ruess are teaming up for the network debut of their smash “Just Give Me A Reason,” while poor Kendrick Lamar has been paired with Imagine Dragons, because the Grammys are apparently still afraid to just let rap have its moment.
The 2014 Grammys air live on CBS on January 26.
[via Rolling Stone]
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