Kendrick Lamar’s message might be the talk of the night of the 2016 Grammy Awards.

The Compton rapper, who just received the key to the city of Compton this weekend, is looking to turn the national television platform to help spread the message expressed on his nominated album To Pimp A Butterfly.

LL Cool J spilled the beans last week that Lamar was working on a “controversial” performance tonight, and now we have a bit more detail on it.

Billboard sat down with producer of the show, Ken Ehrlich, and Recording Academy CEO/chairman Neil Portnow to get some inside knowledge on what to expect tonight.

When asked if he felt the performance will be controversial, Ehrlich replied with the following answer.

“I don’t know that I’d say controversial; I’d say powerful. There are some artists that have a point of view in terms of bringing things to the public for conversation and creating awareness and a dialogue, and we happen to think that’s healthy. Obviously we’re on primetime TV and we have to be respectful of the laws, but I think it’s going to be a very powerful performance.”

Portnow added,

“I suspect there will be a portion of the audience that… I don’t know that I’d use the work “offended,” but certainly will be provoked by it.”

Lamar, who is nominated for 11 Grammys, will be performing “The Blacker the Berry” and “All Right” during the show. Photos of the rehersal have leaked out and it certainly looks like it will be powerful with black men standing behind jail cells, and handcuffed.