With the 51st Grammy Awards just around the corner, Spinner obtained some exclusive artwork, featuring Stevie Wonder, Rihanna and Lil Wayne, surrounding and promoting the soireee. Each of the three artists, in addition to Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Lenny Kravitz, provided a list of at least 15 songs that inspire them. Those song titles were then morphed into portraits of the artists' faces. The art will be featured on various billboards, TV spots and online campaigns leading up to the big night on Feb. 8. Here's your sneak preview.
The Grammy's celebrate the year in music with 'Music Makes Us,' a campaign that celebrates the power of music. The artworks focuses on several of the artists that are making a difference in music today, and paying tribute to the music that influences and inspires them.
Stevie Wonder: With 22 Grammy's under his belt, including back-to-back Album of the Year awards, Stevie Wonder looks to add another for his performance of 'Never Give You Up' with Raphael Saadiq, nominated for Best R&B Performance By a Duo or Group with Vocals.
Lenny Kravitz: A four-time Grammy winner, Lenny Kravitz wears his love for Prince clearly in his tribute art.
Rihanna: The superstar, who won a Grammy in 2007 for 'Umbrella,' is up again this year for three more awards. Rihanna's inspiration ranges from Celine Dion to Destiny's Child.
Lil Wayne The New Orleans rapper tops this year's Grammy nominations with 8, including Album of the Year. Sir Wayne will also battle himself in the Best Rap Song category.
Thom Yorke: As a two-time Grammy winner with his band Radiohead, Tom Yorke may expand his collection by five at this year's awards.