Other musicians who take the stage at the Alicia Keys-hosted event include Cardi B, Lady GaGa and Travis Scott.
Taking the stage to accept the trophy for his hit 'God's Plan', the Canadian superstar gives a shout-out to fellow hip-hop musicians like Travis Scott and Cardi B.
Receiving the posthumous prize on behalf of the late 'Lonely Together' hitmaker, Klas Bergling describes his son as 'a friendly person with humour and very serious, humble and stubborn as sin.'
Meanwhile, 21 Savage's latest album blasts to No. 2 following news of his possible deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The 'Bad Romance' singer is emotional when accepting Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for 'Shallow', while the rapper isn't present to accept the trophy for his hit 'This Is America'.
Janelle Monae, who is up for two categories at the award-giving event, also takes the stage to offer an equally electrifying performance of 'Make Me Feel'.
Also taking the stage to celebrate the 'Jolene' hitmaker as the 2019 MusiCares Person of the Year are Pink, Willie Nelson, Brandi Carlile, Katy Perry and Kacey Musgraves.
While the Nickelodeon alum wins Best Pop Vocal Album, Mother Monster takes home Best Song Written for Visual Media and Best Pop Solo Performance.
From crazy ensembles to shocking performances, the award-giving show never lacks when it comes to dropping jaws.
Hours after announcing a new schedule for her New Jersey, Massachusetts and Connecticut gig, the 'Long Live Love' singer expresses heartbreak over the death of Eveie who got attacked by a coyote.
Becoming the first woman to host the award show since Queen Latifah in 2005, the 'Girl on Fire' hitmaker promises 'to ensure the peace and the good energy in the room.'
Many concertgoers voice their frustration that the former member of The Fugees didn't cancel the show although she was 'too sick to perform', while others demand refunds.
The former Fleetwood Mac guitarist suffers the damage as a result of the emergency surgery he underwent last week.
Ordering her band to stop playing in the middle of the performance, the singer says, 'I work too f***ing hard for this bulls**t, okay?'
When asked by a follower on social media what the track from her fifth studio album is about, the 'Thank You, Next' singer drops hints that it may also have something to do with ex Pete Davidson.
When the British host tells the songstress 'not to be scared' and 'act like you've been there,' she reminds him, 'You know I've won 15 times...'
The Hannah Lux Davis-directed music video sees the singer coming in between 'Riverdale' star Charles Melton and Ariel Yasmine's relationship.
Making an appearance in the rappers' lavish music video are T.I., Nipsey Hussle, PnB Rock, Mustard, Shy Glizzy and more.
Taking to Twitter, the '7 Rings' singer claims that time isn't the real reason why she decides to pull out from the award-giving show.
The 'Baby' hitmaker, who married Hailey Baldwin in 2018, additionally admits in a new magazine interview that being on the road for album tour has left him 'really depressed' and 'lonely.'