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TDE rapper Isaiah Rashad rapper recently spoke with GRAMMY.com about his approach to The House Is Burning, his idea for an eventual comic book series and how sobriety improved his focus.
For his latest album, UY Scuti, Nigerian singer/songwriter Olamidé mellowed out and sought to make music for healing—just as his Afrobeats star power is swelling.
Celebrate the life and legacy of Biz Markie through five of his signature songs, which collectively paint a portrait of the hip-hop legend and helped define an era of popular music.
Chucky Thompson talks to GRAMMY.com about commemorating the 25th anniversary of My Life, his secretive work on Diddy's newly developed Love Records, and how he's paying respect to his D.C. go-go roots.
In the newest episode of Press Play At Home, watch Fijian-Aussie rap firebrand Jesswar perform a version of "XXL" that ripples with dark energy.
GRAMMY.com spoke to Georgia Anne Muldrow about her new music, resistance and how beat-making fits into hip-hop.
GRAMMY.com recently spoke with Vince Staples about his new self-titled album, his forthcoming graphic novel geared towards kids and teens, and the show he’s developing for Netflix.
The Chicago rapper opens up about his new album, 25, fatherhood, mental health and more.
Singer/songwriter Yung Baby Tate caught up with GRAMMY.com about creating with passion, supportive partnerships with Issa Rae and more.
In the latest episode of For The Record, rediscover Kendrick Lamar's seminal 2011 debut album, Section.80, which paved the way for a career of masterpieces while standing tall on its own.
In the latest episode of the "Recording Academy x EBONY: Black Music Collective Podcast," watch a riveting discussion about longevity and change in the music industry with Jeff Harleston, Universal Music Group's general counsel and executive VP of legal affairs.
In the latest episode of Black Sounds Beautiful, take a minute to explore the astonishing GRAMMYs legacy of hip-hop heavyweight Kendrick Lamar—from Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City to DAMN and beyond.
For the latest GRAMMY.com poll, we want to know which 2021 bop you think should be crowned the song of the summer.
Powerhouse New York rapper Cakes Da Killa discusses his upcoming EP Muvaland 2, performative allyship, and the new generation of LGBTQ+ artists.
Watch KC Ortiz's fiery performance of "Die Young" in full at TRANScendent Sounds Festival 2021.