The Recording Academy has announced plans to honor two time Grammy winner George  Michael and seven time Grammy winner Prince with two tributes at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. While specific details regarding each tribute performance, including who will participate haven’t been revealed, previously announced performers include Adele, The Weeknd, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Chance The Rapper, Anderson .Paak, Gary Clark Jr., Draft Punk, Andra Day, Tori  Kelly, Little Big Town, Demi Lovato, A Tribe Called Quest, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and others. The 59th Annual Grammy Awards will air live from the Staples  Center in Los Angeles on Feburary 12, 2017 at 8 p.m. EST/ 5 p.m. CST. Television personality James Corden will host. Although SZA’s highly anticipated debut album has been pushed back, she’s giving fans a sample of what’s to come with the three minute documentary “Where The Hell Have You Been: Road To Ctrl.” The mini-documentary is a video diary that will catch fans up on the TDE artist’s life as she prepares to release her album. Featuring clips from three different songs, the visual begins with an ode to being twenty something. Viewers will see SZA doing things all 20-somethings do: dancing while no one is watching, lounging around her house in big, comfortable clothes and brushing her teeth. In addition, she can be seen hanging out with Khelani and performing on the  main stage at the Coachella Festival with Kendrick Lamar. Along with her daily routine, fans will get to see the songstress in the recording studio and getting glammed up for a yet to be released music video. All this while the singer is shown dealing with raw emotions as they come, whether it’s happiness, sadness, excitement or disappointment. Viewers will also hear snippets of a love song to someone she always looks forward to seeing and her love/hate relationship with makeup, Sephora, in particular. There’s been no official announcement on a release date for “CTRL”, but according to Top Dawg Entertainment, it will be very soon.