A Tribe Called Quest
The historic Black Music Collective event will feature an array of esteemed Black music creators and professionals known for amplifying Black voices in music and beyond, including PJ Morton, Jeff Harleston, Debra Lee and more.
A 2021 GRAMMY Hall Of Fame inductee, The Low End Theory, released in 1991, saw A Tribe Called Quest reinvent the wheel yet again, marrying the sounds of jazz and hip-hop and solidifying the group's artistic legacy.
The Brooklyn rapper dishes on why he's making it as a Black indie rapper—and how he's helping others understand they can do it too
An official GRAMMY Week event, the four-day virtual GRAMMY In The Schools Fest, taking place Monday, March 8, through Thursday, March 11, 2021, celebrates music and music education.
After a compassionate message from functional medicine practitioner Dr. Will Cole, the devout Nigerian-American rapper elevates her mind above self-loathing.
Airing Feb. 5 through March 31 on Pandora, the station will feature smash hits and behind-the-scenes stories from current GRAMMY nominees and past winners.
Nigeria-born, Los Angeles-based producer Bongo ByTheWay crafts tantalizing beats for heavy-hitters across R&B, hip-hop, gospel, and beyond—including Jazmine Sullivan and H.E.R., Pop Smoke and Teyana Taylor.
With its high-profile guests shushing their pets and grappling with technology, this year's virtual Pre-GRAMMY Gala created a sense of intimate beauty and captured the shared feeling of community online.
Countless Black artists have celebrated Blackness through song and fueled the ongoing fight for equality in music—which is your favorite?
For the latest GRAMMY Rewind, we celebrate legendary hip-hop producer DJ Jazzy Jeff's birthday by revisiting his and Will Smith's win for their sunny 1991 bop, "Summertime."
Updated daily, the genre pages will help GRAMMY.com fans explore the latest news, read artist interviews, watch original video series and exclusive performances, and discover your next favorite artist.
While Rihanna's long-awaited "R9" may finally drop this year, it seems very likely new albums from Adele, Billie Eilish, Cardi B, Anitta, Gwen Stefani, Lil Nas X, Kacey Musgraves, Sade, Rosalía, Lorde, and many more may also be on the way.
The 2021 GRAMMYs show has been rescheduled to Sunday, March 14.
Partly thanks to label disputes and delays, the former Outkast MC left four singles off his classic debut album; deep cuts of the digital era, they collectively showcase Big Boi's evolution as a solo artist.