Not only did the ladies heat up the red carpet, the YBF men brought the sexy for the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Peep their grown men red carpet flicks inside….
Not to be outdone by the ladies of the night, a few YBF men celebs brought their handsome looks to the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards held at the Staples Center. And handsome they were.
Starting with fine a** Common. The Nobody’s Smiling rapper was actually all smiles as he made his way down the carpet in a tailored Givenchy suit. And he has plenty to be happy about. He nabbed two GRAMMY nods for Best Rap Album and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for his track “Blak Majik”, featuring Jhene Aiko.
Chris Brown, who recently completed his community service to greenlight his “Between the Sheets” tour, popped up on the carpet looking dapper in a black suit, topped off with an oxblood hat to cover his new green hue. He nabbed a nomination for Best R&B performance for his track “New Flame” with Usher and Rick Ross. Let’s keep our fingers crossed he can stay out of trouble if he decides to hit up any after parties.
Ne-Yo got clean in a tuxedo and hat bringing his new girlfriend Crystal Renay along as his date. He recently released his sixth studio album Non-Fiction.
Wiz Khalifa (who was up for Best Rap Song) had us all saying “aww” as he brought his adorable chubby cheeked son Baby Bash with him on the carpet. While Wiz’s estranged wife Amber Rose was busy making club appearances, Wiz was on daddy duty in his Armani suit. And we love it.
Usher took a break from his “UR Experience” tour to hit the carpet. He was solo for the night’s festivities, leaving his alleged fiancée Grace Miguel behind, but kept it dapper in a gray Calvin Klein Collection suit. And he looks damn good.
Luke James, who was nominated for Best R&B Song, was sharp as a tack in his black tux.
Rapper Childish Gambino cleaned up in a black tux and loafers as he was nominated for Best Rap Performance (“3005”) and Best Rap Album (Because The Internet).
Roots drummer Questlove kept it interesting and comfortable in a suit paired with a pair of silver Nikes.
David Otunga brought his adorable son to accompany him for the night. And to watch mommy Jennifer Hudson present. Too cute!
“EXTRA” correspondent AJ Calloway looked nice in his blue suit.
Rapper Hit Boy went for the white blazer trimmed in black paired with black slacks and black loafers for the night.
Former “Cosby Show” actor Malcolm Jamal Warner won his first Grammy for Best Traditional R&B Performance for his feature on Robert Glasper’s rendition of Stevie Wonder classic “Jesus Children of America,” also featuring Lalah Hathaway. Congrats!