We sat down with the L.A.-based experimental electronic producer to talk about her feelings on the nom, pep talks from Skrillex, and how working on the album helped her heal after brain surgery.
BBC Two conducted a poll for their "Icons" series, which Bowie won over Charlie Chaplin, Billie Holiday and Marilyn Monroe.
Evangelizing the unity behind U.S. aspirations, rising above our struggles and controversies, Knight prays her performance will lift hearts to a "higher place."
"It's a lot of people just dying from overdosing or close to near death experiences," the rapper said in an interview with radio host Angie Martinez.
The tour will kick off in Chicago in March before heading to Europe and wrapping up in Australia in August.
The fesival set for July 18-20 in timber country features some of hard-rock's most exciting voices including Breaking Benjamin, Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage, Mastodon, and Rob Zombie.
Following her first full-length release in 2017, which is currently nominated for a Best Historic Album GRAMMY, Shane has finally shared her powerful story with the world.
Doom played bass with Darby Crash in the late '70s as the Germs helped shape punk on Los Angeles' club scene, with over-the-top performances that mixed rock with art, noise and theater.
For the first time as a duo, Idol and Stevens will hit the road for 15 shows on the Turned On, Tuned In And Unplugged Tour.
Kacey Musgraves, Dan + Shay and Shawn Mendes also set to take the GRAMMY stage on Feb. 10 for Music's Biggest Night.
For years, artists have been rocking some serious looks on Music's Biggest Night. Who are you the most excited to see walk the red carpet at the 61st GRAMMY Awards?
For musicians of all genres, ages and backgrounds, leading a substance-free life can be a tall order. Here's how a few well-known artists tackle the challenge.