Excuse Me While I Wipe Away These Tears After Watching H.E.R.'s Grammys Performance

The Grammys featured an all-star lineup of musicians on Sunday, including 21-year-old singer H.E.R. The young San Francisco native graced the stage with a soulful performance of "Hard Place" from her 2018 album I Used to Know Her — Part 2. She beautifully belted out the words while strumming a transparent guitar before heading into a six-string solo. During her set, she rocked a sparkly ensemble with her signature shades.

H.E.R. had a rather impressive night at the Grammys. Not only did she give a solid performance, but she was also up for five nominations: best new artist, best R&B performance for her collaboration with Daniel Caesar in "Best Part," best R&B song for "Focus," best R&B album, and album of the year for her self-titled 2017 EP, H.E.R.. She ended up taking home the awards for best R&B album and best R&B performance.

If there's anything that H.E.R.'s performance proved, it's that she totally deserves every one of those nominations and wins. Watch her sing her heart out in the clip above, then view more photos of her set ahead.