After a summer spent explaining why he would be retiring his Childish Gambino alias, then performing with said alias during a joint show with Dave Chappelle, it only makes sense that Donald Glover would sign on to perform live during the 60th Grammys show, which airs live on CBS on Jan. 28. Glover is joining a group of performers that includes Lady Gaga, Pink, and Little Big Town.

The question is, what will he be performing? The obvious choice would be "Redbone," which went double platinum over the summer and was featured in Jordan Peele's hit horror film Get Out. Or he could be choosing to play "Me and Your Mama," which was the lead single from Awaken, My Love! With five Grammy nominations to his name this year, Glover could be down to do anything.

Or he could buck trends (like he's wont to do) and perform some new material. Maybe he will bring out Chance the Rapper to perform something off that project they've been teasing for who knows how long. There's also whatever he was working on with Quavo and Lil Yachty; we could get all kinds of Atlanta on that Grammys stage.

Either way, it's going to be a highlight to a night that could be another notch in Glover's belt.