Bruno Mars Pays Tribute To 'Prince' At The Grammys
Feb 14, 2017 08:46 AM EST
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards has recently been celebrated. A tribute to Prince is one of the highhlights for the event.
According to Rolling Stone, Bruno Mars performed a tribute to Prince at the Grammys with the Time. The collaboration of these two to honor Prince was a funky performance. The Time had been close to Prince when he was still performing.
Prince had been writing songs for the Time in the 1980's and they appeared in the film "Purple Rain" in 1984. The Time started off with the song "Jungle Love" this came from the album "Ice Cream Castle" in 1984. Bruno Mars came up the stage right after the Time and did a performance of Prince's "Let's Go Crazy."
Syracuse.com reported that there was a long list of artist's tribute in the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. It can be recalled that a number of artists passed away last year. Grammys has always paid tribute to artists that have contributed to the entertainment scene.
Adele also played tribute to George Michael and performed "Fastlove." The performance went on smoothly at first but Adele stopped due to a technical issue. However, she did the performance all over again and it went on smoothly.
Meanwhile, Adele topped during the Grammys. She received the top three awards for the ceremony. She even included Beyonce in her acceptance speech and shares that "Queen Bey" is her idol according to Star Tribune.
Aside from the performances of Adele and Bruno Mars, Beyonce also hailed the stage with her own performance of the night. She started off with a 4-minute video before she sang a medley of "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles."
In the end the 59th Annual Grammy Awards had been full of promising stars. The tribute to the already departed stars also gave fans a glimpse of the artists and what they have contributed in the music industry.