The song stresses that people should not only pay attention to the presidential election, but also to Congress who create the bills that either are signed by the president and made into a law or are vetoed.
On the atmospheric Latin R&B track, the rising singer-songwriter and artist captures the forlorn feelings of keeping love alive while separated from your partner or love interest.
As the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic continues to rock the music industry, GRAMMY.com reached out to a few musicians to see how they were spending their days indoors
As the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic continues to rock the music industry, the Recording Academy reached out to a few musicians to see how they were spending their days indoors.
The legendary Detroit electronic music festival will throw four mini-fests, with the first featuring Detroit techno forefathers Juan Atkins, Eddie Fowlkes and Kevin Saunderson's Inner City, as well as Maceo Plex, Sama' Abdulhadi and more.
Relive the magic of Santana's 1970 sophomore album containing some of the band's most recognizable songs such as "Black Magic Woman" and "Oye Como Va."
Today, Sept. 16, Bonnaroo announced a star-studded three-day "Virtual Roo-Ality" fest, streaming on their YouTube channel Sept. 24–26.
The plan is part of Live Nation's newly announced, wide-spanning initiative aimed at increasing civic engagement and supporting voting access in the upcoming 2020 elections.
The rising LGBTQ/Black indie artist also premieres a behind-the-scenes look at the COVID-compliant making of his visually arresting music video.
The GRAMMY-nominated country/Americana performer discusses his recent move back to Georgia, what he learned writing on Music Row in Nashville and discovering a hidden family member in producer Dave Cobb.