Fifteen years have passed since the last time the Grammy Awards were presented at New York’s legendary Madison Square Garden Stadium, when Norah Jones won the undisputed Don’t know why song. This same stage will witness this Sunday, from 7.30 p. m. (local time), the great night of music in its 60th edition.
Hundreds of artists nominated in the 84 Grammy categories will parade through the gigantic central Manhattan pavilion in a few hours. The attention of the majority audience, however, is focused on a handful of them as the best recording of the year, the best album, the best song, the best new artist or the best performance. 2018 ceremony will run with a marked hip hop and Latin rhythm. Rapper Jay-Z grabs eight nominations with 4:44, followed by Kendrick Lamar with seven and Bruno Mars with six.