Megan Thee Stallion
Hosted by the Recording Academy's New York chapter, the Music, Purpose + Community panel highlighted creators who are working to close the accessibility gaps on and off the stage and fighting to make disability a part of the diversity dialogue.
To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month 2021, the MusiCares team has compiled a playlist of their favorite pick-me-up songs, including tracks from Taylor Swift, Fitz and the Tantrums, Bill Withers and more.
Process amendments include the elimination of nominations review committees and the addition of two new GRAMMY Award categories, including Best Global Music Performance and Best Música Urbana Album.
"Motown: The Sound Of Young America" is on display at the GRAMMY Museum in Downtown Los Angeles, which opens its doors to the public on May 21, 2021.
The visually and sonically stunning virtual MODA exhibit features stories, sounds, videos and images from 40 artists, including Burna Boy, Laraaji, Neneh Cherry, Charlotte Adigéry, Clipping, Nep Sidhu, Daito Manabe and Spillage Village.
The Los Angeles-based producer chatted with GRAMMY.com about meeting Doja Cat, her appeal as a viral sensation, his creative process, musical evolution and more.
Today, Russian duo Dzharo & Khanza's track only gets more explosive with a remix featuring Latin music heavy-hitter Nicky Jam and hit-making rapper French Montana.
When they first approached creating The Score, The Fugees were hoping to win the battle. Twenty-five years later—as the latest episode of For The Record demonstrates—we see now that they won the war.
Just seven months after his 2010 breakthrough K.I.D.S., legendary Pittsburgh emcee Mac Miller unleashed a tape—and a high-energy single—that would propel him further into the mainstream.
"We invite especially our young men to come out and just express themselves in a way that they are comfortable, which is hip-hop, music," TRUTH, one half of Mother Nature, recently told GRAMMY.com.
Dr. Regina N. Bradley’s college class at Kennesaw State University uses André 3000 and Big Boi as a case study in defining contemporary identity politics in the hip-hop South.
As 2Pac's final album to be released during his lifetime, All Eyez On Me saw the rapper embracing his "Thug Life" style and image, while also offering a sprawling look at one of rap's brightest artists ever.