Jennifer Lopez and her intense presentation at the Grammy 2019 with tribute to Motown classics
Los Angeles, USA
Jennifer Lopez paid tribute at the 61st edition of the Grammy, which was held in Staples Center of Los Angeles (USA), to several classic black music of the emblematic record label Motown.
Through a segment of the gala that linked different songs in a single performance, Lopez was the star of a tribute to Motown to celebrate the six decades of the company's life in which legends such as Marvin Gaye or Stevie wonder.
With an elegant dress of bright and feathers and accompanied by a luxurious orchestra in pure Motown style, López addressed topics such as "Please Mr. Postman" of The Marvelettes, "ABC" of The Jackson 5 or "My Girl" of The Temptations.
The singer counted on valuable collaborations like those of Smokey Robinson, a whole figure of Motown, or Alicia Keys, that today also exerted like presenter of the Grammy.
Lopez's performance was not the only one that had Motown as the protagonist in the Grammys, since Diana Ross, who cemented a large part of his legacy on this label in Detroit (USA), interpreted live the songs "The Best Years of My Life" Y "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)"