Bruno Mars, Cardi B, SZA Lead Grammy Performers

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Kesha performs during the Rainbow tour at Hammerstein Ballroom on Oct. 9 2017 in New York City

Noam Galai Getty Images Kesha performs during the Rainbow tour at Hammerstein Ballroom on Oct. 9 2017 in New York City

Bruno Mars and Cardi B released their 90's inspired video for Finesse, their single together.

For their performance of the song "1-800-273-8255", Khalid, Alessia Cara, and Logic will be surrounded by people affected by suicide.

Another round of Grammy performers has been announced, with Cardi B, Bruno Mars and SZA hitting the stage.

Previously confirmed performers include Childish Gambino, Lady Gaga, Pink, Grammy and Tony award winning singer-actress Patti LuPone, Dear Evan HansenBroadway star and singer Ben Platt and Grammy-winning country music group Little Big Town.

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The Grammy Awards 2018 announced more artists who will perform at the Madison Square Garden. Entertainment Weekly reported that survivors of suicide were also invited to grace the event. Sza is one of the biggest new artists of the year and has been nominated for 5 awards.

Finally, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee will also perform - though there's been no official announcement about a guest feature by "Despacito" remix collaborator Justin Bieber. These are her first nominations, and this will be her first time performing at the Grammys.

Mars' nominations include album, song and record of the year. Their song "1-800-273-8255", whose title is the phone number for the Lifeline, is up for Song of the Year and Best Music Video for exploring the theme of suicidal depression.

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