When we heard Pitbull, Robin Thicke, Aerosmith's Joe Perry and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker were going to perform together at the 2016 GRAMMYs, we were surprised and, well, slightly confused. Here are three huge artists, three giant successes in genres very different from one another. After their set, we clearly had nothing to worry about.
Pitbull started solo with an English-language version of "Taxi" (actress Sophia Vergara made an appearance) before the unlikely quartet ripped through Mr. Worldwide's new single "Bad Man." Dancers, lasers, the whole shebang: It was definitely the right kind of party to end the GRAMMYs.
We started this night with a red carpet interview from Barker, wherein we learned Blink-182 has 26 new songs written for their upcoming album. Who do we have to kill to get Pitbull and crew on a track?