GRAMMYs 2019: Everything You Need to Know

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Korean pop superstars BTS will be presenting at the 2019 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, in addition to being nominated for one of the coveted gramophone trophies.

The group, nominated for Best Recording Package for their album Love Yourself: Tier, will present an award during the CBS broadcast, but will not perform, according to Variety.

The Recording Academy had already released some of the names, but now we know all of the artists who will be hitting the stage come Sunday, February 10.

Get ready GRAMMYs, BTS is coming.

BTS' achievement marks the first time a K-pop group has ever been a Grammy nominee, and fulfills a wish member Suga has had since the septet made their debut in the United States.

BTS receive an award at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards in May.

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There are just days to go until the annual music celebration kicks off, and the Grammy Awards are starting to drum up some hype before the February 10 event.

Are you excited to see BTS at the Grammy Awards?

The show is also being hosted by none other than Alicia Keys, who is super excited to be surrounded by so many incredible artists.

Drake and Shawn Mendes also have multiple nominations in the Grammy Awards.

The nomination is a major moment in GRAMMY history, making BTS the first K-pop group to accomplish such a feat.

Some other female artists performing include Brandi Carlile, H.E.R, Camila Cabello, Janelle Monae, and Cardi B. Taylor Swift, who is up for best pop vocal album for "Reputation", may also be a no-show.