Jefferson Airplane at Woodstock 1969
"We want to provide a really nice environment and want people to feel like they can explore and discover and utilize and create within it, however they want to," Vince Kadlubek, the Co-Founder and CEO of the experimental, experiential art collective, tells the Recording Academy.
The Recording Academy speaks to 18-year-old poet Saida Dahir about her spoken-word debut, what her black-Muslim identity means to her, BTS and other music she listens to, and more.
The multi-talented musician shares his "darkest before the dawn" original song on the latest episode of the Recording Academy's original performance series.
Led by founder and S.F. native Ghazi Shami, EMPIRE is flourishing in a city marked by big tech and little else.
The "Torch Song" singer describes how his new album aims to, 'Speak about my perspective on the times we're in in America as an immigrant."
With Woodstock 50 a bust, the Recording Academy spoke with 15 of the original festival's performers about how they plan to ring in the 50th this weekend (or not), and why no one has successfully recreated the 1969 experience.
The K-pop superstars' management announced that they would be taking their first official break since their 2013 debut.
The Recording Academy spoke with GRAMMY-nominated R&B artist 6LACK to learn more about his brand-new music video for "Seasons" featuring Khalid, recent collabs and when we can expect new music.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, DJ and producer SNAILS talks to the Recording Academy about his first-ever back-to-back DJ collab set against Gud Vibrations, a.k.a. NGHTMRE & SLANDER.
What do you get when Blanco Brown, Baby Rose, Ari Lennox, Michelle Malone and T-Pain show up at the Atlanta Chapter's membership celebration? The hottest party of the summer!
The "Wash It" singer tells the Recording Academy about her multinational background, growing up in L.A., Tulsa, Nigeria and Kenya and breaking out of what can sometimes be an isolating music scene.
Chicago rapper Saba teamed up with the Recording Academy Chicago Chapter for an in-depth look at how independent artists can maximize their impact and income - here's what they found...
Lauv recently spoke to the Recording Academy about his latest single "f**k, i'm lonely," navigating the industry as an indepependent artist, his mental health journey and more.
"This [album] is basically my way of showing you who I am and in the process helping you to listen and know who you are," the Nigerian Afro-fusion artist recently told the Recording Academy.