Snoop in a flying car over Egypt happens in his new visual off ‘Bush’. So there’s that, as Stevie Wonder and Pharrell feature and appear on “California Roll” above.
As you can see from the lineup above, there are a lot of great acts to see… even beyond headliners like Kendrick Lamar and the living legend Stevie Wonder. I’d line up to see Kid Cudi, Run The Jewels, Kygo, and SZA, just to name a few.
Check out video of the announcement and get more of a sense of the fest here.
I was searching for some videos of last night’s Stevie Wonder tribute and found one of the main performances. It was courtesy of Beyonce, Ed Sheeran and Gary Clark Jr. who combined to cover “Higher Ground”. Those 3 names + Stevie Wonder. A no doubt viewing up above, ICYMI.
One of the Grammy surprises tonight was Stevie Wonder himself as he came out at the end of Usher’s “Is It Magic” tribute to him to play some harmonica and bring in some good vibes.
Watch Usher & Stevie Wonder below:
And Twitter had fun at Kim’s expense afterwards, haha.
— People magazine (@peoplemag) February 9, 2015
I have a feeling this is what the fans want, Snoop.
1. It’ll be entirely produced by Pharrell. That’s beautiful.
2. The album will be released on Pharrell’s i am Other imprint. That’s interesting.
3. Charlie Wilson and Stevie Wonder (!) to guest star. That’s sweet, guys.
I enjoy all those ingredients with the Snoop base, this should yield another hit or 2. And then we can start talking about the music again after this week’s headline-raising, ultimately insignificant squashed beef with Iggy Azalea.