Kanye West, Justin Bieber and Drake are reportedly not going to be attending next month’s Grammy Awards.

According to reports the three artists will be no shows at the February 12 ceremony, despite receiving multiple nominations each.

Justin BieberJustin Bieber picked up his first Grammy last year

TMZ reports that Bieber is skipping the ceremony because, “he just doesn't think the Grammys are relevant or representative, especially when it comes to young singers.”

Bieber is up for four awards: Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year (‘Love Yourself), Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance. Last year Bieber won his first Grammy, Best Dance Recording for ‘Where Are Ü Now’.

Drake will not be at the ceremony because he’ll be playing a show in Manchester, England, as part of his European tour. The rapper is nominated for eight awards, thanks to his album Views and smash hit ‘Hotline Bling’.

As for Kanye West, back in October the rapper revealed he was considering boycotting the ceremony if Frank Ocean didn’t receive any nominations for his albums Blonde and Endless. However Ocean didn't even bother submitting his albums for Grammy consideration as, according to TMZ, he thinks the awards are ‘a dinosaur that doesn't represent young, black artists.’

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According to US Weekly, while West’s Grammy’s snub may have something to do with his feeling towards the event, the rapper also just wants some time to himself after his recent hospitalisation. “He is taking some personal time at the top of this year to just chill and decompress,” an insider told the magazine.

TMZ adds that despite the high profile no shows, the situation isn't like last year’s Oscars which an number of stars boycotted over a lack of diversity. “There's no real anger,” a source said. “It’s just that a lot of younger singers think the Grammys are out of touch and arguably irrelevant.”

The Grammy Awards will take place on Sunday, February, 12, with James Corden hosting. Adele, Bruno Mars, John Legend, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and Metallica are all scheduled to perform at the ceremony.