DJ Khaled Will Perform ‘God Did’ At 2023 Grammy Awards

Find out who else will join him on stage.

This year’s Grammy Awards are expected to be lit and it’s going to start with one of the most unexpected, eye-opening performances scheduled for this Sunday’s (February 5) show. It was announced today that DJ Khaled will be performing a rendition of his 2022 smash hit “God Did” live along with a group of very special featured guests including Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, John Legend, Fridayy.

The title track single is up for three awards, including Song of the Year. On Thursday night, Khaled presented Lil Wayne with the Global Impact Award at the Recording Academy Honors Presented by the Black Music Collective event in Los Angeles.

Also honored with the inaugural award were Dr. Dre, Missy Elliot and veteran executive Sylvia Rhone.

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Previously announced performers at the 2023 Grammys include Steve Lacy, Lizzo. Mary J. Blige, Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Luke Combs, and Sam Smith with Kim Petras.

Hip-Hop 50 is also being honored with a 50-year anniversary tribute curated by Questlove. LL Cool J will introduce the segment, perform and give a dedication to the culture, while the Roots provide music as Black Thought narrates.

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