Miguel is the official king of Grammy Award week

Miguel is officially cementing his status as someone to watch.

The "Wildheart" crooner is taking Grammy week by storm with back-to-back performances and appearances around Los Angeles, starting with an incredible performance on Wednesday at Create nightclub presented by MasterCard and Billboard.

The 30-year-old singer was dressed in a black, feather-trimmed leather jacket and his performance was almost as eye-catching as his ensemble. He kicked things off with a high-energy performance of his early hits "Simple Things" and "Hollywood Dream" while he danced and pranced all over the stage. Next up, he got the packed room rocking with his hit, "Roses," which is soaring up the charts.

The singer's performance at the MasterCard showcase was just the start of a very packed week for him. Next up, he's taking the stage at the dFm Presents: A Grammy Celebration alongside Haim. If Wednesday night's performance was any indication-- it's sure to rock.

Then Miguel will close out the week with a tribute to Michael Jackson on Monday at the 58th annual Grammy Awards. The singer is set to do a rendition of "She's Out of My Life" to celebrate this month's reissue of Jackson's 1979 album Off the Wall. He will be joined by the song's original keyboardist, Greg Phillinganes. Miguel is up for two awards this year at the Grammys.

One things is clear based on this week -- Miguel is not above singing for his supper.