Get your glow sticks ready for the Grammys: Another fist-pumping performance has been announced for Sunday's show. Previously announced [article id="1678673"]performers Chris Brown[/article] and the [article id="1678170"]Foo Fighters[/article] will join fellow nominees Lil Wayne and EDM superstars deadmau5 and David Guetta for a genre-busting performance that will highlight dance/electronica music.
This marks the first time the Grammys have shed light on the increasingly popular genre, which has recently seeped into every form of music. The performance will take place in a tent outside Staples Center.
The announcement comes on the same day it was confirmed that Alicia Keys and Bonnie Raitt will head up a tribute to [article id="1677610"]late soul singer Etta James[/article] and Nicki Minaj revealed she will perform a spankin'-new track, [article id="1678705"]"Roman Holiday,"[/article] when she takes the Grammy stage.
[article id="1678706"]MTV News will be on hand at the Grammys[/article] for the MTV News Pre-Show, hosted by Sway Calloway and James Montgomery. With so many artists set to appear at the show, including Katy Perry, Drake, Fergie, Bruce Springsteen, Adele, Rihanna, Coldplay, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Kelly Clarkson and host LL Cool J, stay tuned to our live stream on MTV.com, starting at 5 p.m. ET Sunday, to get all the scoop from all the biggest stars in the music industry.
[article id="1675194"]Kanye West is the night's most-nominated artist[/article], with seven nods for his joint album with Jay-Z, Watch the Throne, and his own My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, both of which are up for Rap Album of the Year. West is followed by this year's critical darling, Adele, who is tied with the Foo Fighters and Bruno Mars with six nods each. Lil Wayne and dance-music breakout Skrillex each garnered five nods.
Chaos! Profanity! Wardrobe malfunctions! Don't miss Sway and James Montgomery live from the Grammys red carpet this Sunday, February 12, for a full three hours of mayhem, starting at 5 p.m. ET on MTV.com. And the fun doesn't end Sunday: MTV News has you covered until the Grammy hangover wears off!