Breezy sings solo in 'Turn Up the Music' and collaborates with Lil Wayne and David Guetta in dance music tribute, while Adele awes the crowd with sublime performance of 'Rolling in the Deep'.
The Sunday night, February 12 marked a big night for Chris Brown and Adele. Not only did they scoop coveted Grammy awards, but they also made a comeback. The former returned to the Grammy Awards for the first time since his altercation with then-girlfriend Rihanna. The latter, meanwhile, was back after a brief hiatus following her throat surgery last year.
Breezy, who won Best R&B Album that night, performed his upbeat single "Turn Up the Music". Showing off his best moves and delivered some fancy footworks during the set, he received warm response from the crowd which included Lady GaGa and Paul McCartney.
Adele, meanwhile, showed off her newly-recovered voice by belting out her hit single "Rolling in the Deep". She's introduced by actress Gwyneth Paltrow. Through the single, she won three awards; Record of the Year, Best Short Form Music Video, and Song of the Year.
Breezy performed not just once but twice. He did his second performance with David Guetta, Lil Wayne, Deadmau5 and Foo Fighters for electronic music mash-up in honor of the dance genre. Their performance was introduced by duo LL Cool J and The Roots' star Questlove.
Chris Brown, David Guetta, Lil Wayne, Deadmau5 and Foo Fighters: