Beyoncé in Black Is King
For the 100th episode of our For The Record series, GRAMMY.com takes you inside Beyoncé's GRAMMY-winning, platinum-selling 2011 album, 4, an ode to the classics that ignited a personal and creative rebirth for the singer and launched a new chapter in her career.
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.
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.
Singer/songwriter Ant Clemons puts his own spin on Bill Withers' immortal "Ain't No Sunshine" in an exclusive performance for ReImagined At Home.
In the latest episode of For The Record, learn how disco maverick Sylvester crafted Step II, a touchstone of the genre and a clarion call for LGBTQ+ culture.
In the debut episode of GRAMMY.com's Black Sounds Beautiful series, learn about the many ways in which Beyoncé's words, music and initiatives have celebrated and elevated the Black community.
Stay Human bandleader and Stephen Colbert foil Jon Batiste is a respected pillar of the jazz community. But as his new album WE ARE and his litany of other projects attest, he's something much more significant: A fully-formed American artist.
In the latest episode of For The Record, learn how Alicia Keys crafted a masterpiece in her 2001 genre-blurring debut album, Songs in A Minor.
Taking a break from working on her long-awaited solo debut album, Renée Elise Goldsberry sat for a few laughs with GRAMMY.com about “Girls5Eva,” how musical theater helped her survive the pandemic, and more.
On her new album Second Line, singer/songwriter Dawn Richard's aim is twofold: to make New Orleans the province of the future and elevate Black creators of all stripes.
The pan-Asian music company 88rising has announced Asia Rising Together, a benefit livestream concert for AAPI Heritage Month 2021, airing Wednesday, May 26, at 7 p.m. PT and featuring Atarashii Gakko!, Bizzy, Guapdad 4000 and more.
The annual disclosure of the GRAMMY Awards Rules and Guidelines mirrors the Recording Academy's commitment to ensuring its actions are fair and transparent and that all details surrounding the awards process are easily accessible to the music community at large.
While the AAPI experience is far more vast than four letters can hold, AAPI Heritage Month provides ample opportunity to explore the infinite reaches of what Asian, Asian-American and Pacific Islander art can be—and this playlist can be your soundtrack.