Noah Kahan and Gracie Abrams performed their joint single “Everywhere, Everything” at Spotify’s Best New Artist Party ahead of the Grammys. Kahan, who is nominated for Best New Artist, brought Abrams, his fellow nominee, out onstage during the event.
The collaboration saw Kahan playing an acoustic guitar while Abrams sang along. The party also featured live performances by Victoria Monet, Jelly Roll, and Ice Spice.
Kahan and Abrams dropped the single in December as part of Kahan’s collaboration series, Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever), which also featured team-ups with Kacey Musgraves, Lizzy McAlpine, Hozier, and Post Malone.
Kahan said in a statement, “Gracie puts her whole heart into every song she writes and note she sings, and I found myself completely swept into her world the first time I heard her. So incredibly excited for you all to hear her incredible take on ‘Everywhere, Everything.’”
Abrams added, “I’m so honored that Noah asked me to join him on ‘Everywhere, Everything.’ I’m constantly in awe of the heart and sincerity behind each of his songs, and I feel crazy lucky for the opportunity to sing on one of my favorites. Noah really is the best, and I am simply a fan.”
Kahan recently appeared as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live. He performed “Dial Drunk,” also from Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever), and “Stick Season,” the title track of the original version of the LP. Kahan also performed several songs from the updated Stick Season during a sit-down with Rolling Stone.
Abrams, meanwhile, released her debut album, Good Riddance, last year. She showcased her song “I Should Hate You,” a deep cut from the record where she struggles to let the pain of being stabbed in the back dissolve the love she has left over, on The Tonight Show in December.
Rolling Stone has predicted that Abrams will take home the statue for Best New Artist at the Grammys on Sunday.