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GRAMMY PERFORMANCES: Janelle Monae's Prince-Inspired Performance Goes 'PYNK' + H.E.R. Croons Into A 'Hard Place' + Travis Scott Channels His Southern 'Three 6 Mafia' Roots

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It's LIT! YBF artists took over the 2019 Grammy Awards. See performances by Janelle Monae, H.E.R. and Travis Scott inside...

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Vagina vibes! 

Janelle Monae brought everyone inside her Dirty Computer world during an electric performance at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.

The Grammy nominated singer served up a Prince-inspired set as she ran threw a melody of her Dirty Computer tracks, including "Make Me Feel," "PYNK," and "Django Jane." The Purple One would be proud.

Kicking off her performance in black and white latex, the singer rocked out with a bass guitar around her neck (we caught the Prince similarities there) as her dancers hit their moves across the stage in pink "vagina pants," the memorable pants she and her dancers wore in her "PYNK" music video.

"Let the vagina have a monologue," she yelled out the crowd. It def felt like a scene from one of her psychedlic videos.

By the way, she was nominated for Best Album of the Year.

Free your vag with Janelle below:


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R&B songbird H.E.R. - who nabbed TWO Grammy Awards - slowed things down with a sultry ballad.

The 21-year-old singer hit the stage in a custom Coach embellished purple jacquard jumpsuit as she played her translucent guitar to perform her track "Hard Place," a cut from her I Used To Know Her: Part 2 EP. And her vocals were on point.

Vibe out with H.E.R. below:


Another celeb who rocked the stage...

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Travis Scott turned the stage into his own mosh pit! But before he got the crowd hype, the three-time Grammy nominated rapper kicked off his performance with an unlikely backing from James Blake and Earth, Wind & Fire's Philip Bailey. They performed a slowed down version of "Stop Trying To Be God," a cut from his chart topping ASTROWORLD album.

Then, it got LIT.

The Houston native transitioned into a cage as he performed "No Bystanders," tapping into his southern roots. "No Bystanders" features the hook of Three 6 Mafia’s hit 90's classic “Tear Da Club Up," so you know folks got turnt. It was pandemonium as he and others climbed up and down the sides of the cage during his performance. Once he hopped out (shoeless), he crowd surfed and then dove into a moshpit for a high-energy performance.

Catch these rockstar vibes below:


Photos: Getty

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