Explore the latest music news, read artist interviews, watch original video series and exclusive performances, and discover your next favorite artist on GRAMMY.com's genre pages. More genre pages to launch soon.
In honor of Black Music Month, the "Recording Academy x EBONY: Black Music Collective Podcast," a six-part podcast series, will feature various members of the Recording Academy's Black Music Collective who'll discuss their contributions and impact within the community and the music industry at large.
KC Oritz talks early musical influences, rapping from a young age, Pride and more ahead of her return to TRANScendent Sounds Festival this Saturday, June 26.
In the latest episode of Press Play At Home, singer/songwriter dodie conjures a bleary last call in a hushed performance of "Four Tequilas Down."
Brody Ray shares "the most validating experience of my life" ahead of his performance at TRANScendent Sounds Festival 2021 this Saturday, June 26.
Bilingual, Los Angeles-band The Marías on their love of filmmaking, Puerto Rico, and how couple María and Josh Conway continue to "inspire each other."
K-pop superstars SEVENTEEN open up about their evolution as a group and their artistry.
An online music festival putting the spotlight on a diverse roster of transgender music artists, TRANScendent Sounds Festival returns this month, Saturday, June 26, with a thrilling array of performances and special appearances.
Pop singer/songwriter Greyson Chance kept his eating disorder private for years until he realized he needed help. With the right emotional toolkit, even during the pandemic, he stayed centered enough to write celebratory songs like "Hellboy."
In the latest episode of Black Sounds Beautiful, explore Prince Rogers Nelson’s GRAMMYs legacy and consider how—five years after his passing—we’ve only scratched the surface of his bottomless talent.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch Lauryn Hill accept the GRAMMY for Best New Artist at the 41st GRAMMY Awards—with a little help from the Book of Psalms.
In a casual conversation with on-air personality Little Bacon Bear, presented by GRAMMY U, Rico Nasty dropped gems about being in the studio, rapper ego and new music.
Polo G, the 22-year-old rap star from Chicago, spoke with GRAMMY.com about longevity, his third studio album and collaborating with his heroes.
To celebrate Black Music Month this June, the Recording Academy and its nationwide chapters are hosting virtual events highlighting the impact of rap on music, culture and beyond.
Singer/songwriter Ant Clemons puts his own spin on Bill Withers' immortal "Ain't No Sunshine" in an exclusive performance for ReImagined At Home.