Ziggy Marley, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, Grammys, Performance

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For a moment it didn't seem like the Bob Marley tribute was going to include any, you know, Bob Marley songs.

The set kicked off with Bruno Mars doing "Locked Out of Heaven," the Rasta vibes in full effect courtesy of flashing red, green and yellow lights. Then Sting, guitar in hand, popped out and the duo transitioned into "Walking on the Moon" by The Police.

But finally, Rihanna (in a sequined crop top and baggy pants) and Marley's son, Ziggy Marley, joined them for "Could You Be Loved." The tribute had the entire Staples center on their feet (especially, Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, who were dancing throughout the entire set).

They be jammin', mon, and we think Marley would certainly approve.

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