The goal in curating the lineup was to "[break] through genre barriers that often separate us in Black culture."
21 Savage, Jeezy, Larry June, Tems, Rico Nasty, Lil Durk, Gunna, Babyface Ray, Muni Long, Joyce Wrice, and more are also set to take the stage.
The short is co-directed by award-winning Ghanaian filmmaker Kuukua Eshun and the artist himself.
The record became the first Nigerian song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, and it received a Grammy nomination for Best Global Music Performance.
H.E.R. and Wizkid also took home prestigious awards.
The annual ceremony brought sweet soul to New York City's Apollo Theater on the music-dance program's 50th anniversary.
Doja Cat and H.E.R. are the most nominated women and Jay-Z breaks a record set by Quincy Jones.
Wearing a silky tangerine-toned two-piece set and matching printed headwrap, she began with "Found" from her latest released EP 'If Orange Was A Place.'