The 63rd Grammy Award is set to go on GRAMMY.com and C.B.S. on Sunday, March 14th. Anything new? No, just the old travesty, the 'same' nominees, and maybe a different way of doing it due to the pandemic. https://twitter.com/theweeknd/status/1331394452447870977 Like the previous Grammys, the 2021 edition is full of spoof, with various artists and singers taking to their Twitter accounts to show discontent with the way things are getting down. Despite everything happening, the show must continue, and yes, it is an unfair world! And it can always get better as the show goes down with a plethora of pop and rock's biggest names. https://twitter.com/THR/status/1333203031945523201 As one of the biggest music nights, here is what to expect from the show. Who are the performers? Harry Styles, a three-time nominee, is set to open the big music night's performance list. He is also a contender, and the other big names that will be performing also includes Chris Martin, Billie Eilish, Cardi B, Bad Bunny, John Mayer, Megan Thee Stallion, Maren Morris, Post Malone, Miranda Lambert, Lil Baby, Brandi Carlile, Dua Lipa, B.T.S., Da Baby, Doja Cat, Black Pumas, Mickey Guyton, Haim, Brittany Howard, Roddy Ricch, and Taylor Swift. These prominent artists will be performing live while adhering to the rules and guidelines of covid-19, and as Rolling Stone reports, "The Grammy Awards will be a multi-stage, audience-free show that highlights the year's creative triumphs, social justice movements, as well as Covid-19′s impact on the arts." Who Are The Nominees? The musicians will be competing in different categories, as outlined below. Topping the group is Beyonce, who didn't release an album this year, has been nominated across many categories than any other musician. The other nominees' group also includes the following, Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, Da Baby, Haim, Jacob Collier, Black Pumas, Billie Eilish, Rody Ricch, Jhene Aiko, Cold Play, Post Malone, and Meghan Thee Stallion. The following are the categories that these nominees will be competing in. Record of the Year \tRockstar- DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch \tBlack Parade- Beyoncé \tColors- Black Pumas \tSay So- Doja Cat \teverything I wanted-Billie Eilish \tDon't Start Now-Dua Lipa \tCircles-Post Malone \tSavage-Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé Album of the Year \tChilombo-Jhené Aiko \tWomen in Music Pt. III-Haim \tFuture Nostalgia- Dua Lipa \tHollywood's Bleeding-Post Malone \tFolklore- Taylor Swift \tBlack Pumas (Deluxe Edition)-Black Pumas \tEveryday Life- Coldplay \tDjesse Vol. 3- Jacob Collier Song of the Year \tBlack Parade-Beyoncé \tThe Box- Roddy Ricch \tCardigan-Taylor Swift \tDon't Start Now," Dua Lipa \teverything I wanted- Billie Eilish \tCan't Breathe- H.E.R. \tIf the World Was Ending-JP Saxe featuring Julia Michaels \tCircles-Post Malone Find the list of your favorite nominees on GRAMMY.com and catch every action, news, and gossip live for more categories.