The Chainsmokers and Miguel Delight During Grammy Week
Up first, Miguel provided a spirited R&B soundtrack for the packed club, dropping favorites like "Simple Things" and "Hollywood Dream" while dancing like a leather-fringed dynamo.
Riding high off the Hot 100 Top 10 success (currently No. 6) of hit single, "Roses," The Chainsmokers took to the stage to the tune of a piano rendition of their highest charting release's recognizable refrain. They soon segued into harder-edger material with the festival prompt "Everybody f***ing jump."
After thrilling fans with a high octane remixes of Walk the Moon's "Shut Up and Dance" and Tove Lo's "Talking Body," the New York duo teased "Roses" before launching into a rare live performance of Skrillex's classic "Scary Monsters & Nice Sprites."
After leading a full-throated sing-along on "Kanye," the group again flirted with dropping "Roses" for a bit before finally relenting with a special version prior to Coldplay's "Yellow." Soaring new single, " Don't Let Me Down," finished the show off in fitting fashion.