The Chainsmokers and Miguel Delight During Grammy Week

Jessica Chou
Miguel at the MasterCard & Billboard concert series at Create Nightclub on Feb. 10, 2016.

The Chainsmokers and Miguel treated attendees at Billboard and MasterCard's Wednesday evening (Feb. 10) showcase at Create nightclub to a high energy outing ahead of the Grammy festivities.

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.

Jess Glynne Opens Grammy Week With Memorable Showcase

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."

Jess Glynne: MasterCard & Billboard Showcase Concert

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.