Rih has unveiled the full-length video for "FourFiveSeconds" just one day after revealing a series of teasers on social media. The black-and-white clip shows Rihanna, Kanye West, and Paul McCartney performing straight to camera in a perfectly square, Instagram-friendly frame.
But that's not the only big news Rih had for fans on Tuesday morning. The Recording Academy has revealed that the "FourFiveSeconds" trio will hit the stage for the first-ever live performance of their new song on the GRAMMYs' Sunday telecast. McCartney's team tweeted to confirm the news.
And for Rih and 'Ye (who are rumored to be working on a combined tour) there will also be a little friendly competition. They are both up for Best Rap/Sung collaboration for "The Monster" and "Bound 2," respectively, while West is also nominated in the Best Rap Song category.
Meanwhile, Taylor Swift has confirmed that she will not be on the GRAMMY performance lineup. The pop star shared on Tumblr that she needs to focus on her 1989 tour, but she looks forward to "having a dance party/rage fest in the audience." Her "Shake It Off" is up for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Solo Performance. Swift will also give out the award for Best New Artist.
Who are you most excited to see at the GRAMMYs? The awards ceremony airs live on CBS on Sunday at 8 pm ET/PT.