The Aztec deity of rain doesn't appear on Santana's new album Blessings & Miracles for nothing: Carlos Santana believes we can be happy, healed and prosperous in a multiplicity of forms, from spiritual to emotional to financial.
In the latest episode of Positive Vibes Only, let life partners/jazz performers Kate McGarry and Keith Ganz warm your heart with a performance of "It Happens All The Time In Heaven."
In the third annual Behind The Record initiative, the Recording Academy is giving credit to the creators behind our favorite records and is educating lawmakers in the process. Now, artists like Carly Pearce, Conan Gray, Thomas Rhett, and more are getting in on the movement to #GiveCredit to creators.
There's a new generation of Latinx artists who are proudly embracing country music. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, GRAMMY.com is spotlighting five Latinx artists creating country music on their own terms. Get to know Kat & Alex, The Mavericks, Leah Turner, Michael Salgado, and Veronique Medrano.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch Alejandro Sanz win the Latin GRAMMY for Record Of The Year for "Tu No Tienes Alma" at the 6th Latin GRAMMY Awards in 2005.
For his pandemic album, The Atlas Underground Fire, Tom Morello assembled a diverse array of famous friends—from Bruce Springsteen to Sama' Abdulhadi to Phantogram. The throughline, he says, is that eternal vehicle for expression—one he still finds awe in.
In the newest episode of Press Play At Home, singer/songwriter Flores combines a soulful delivery with engaging songwriting in her performance of "Mayahuel."
Where and when are the 2022 GRAMMYs happening? Who's nominated? Who's performing? Where can you watch the GRAMMYs? You got questions, we got answers! Here's what you need to know about the 64th GRAMMY Awards.
Pouya steered away from a traditional record deal as a teenager, instead opting to pursue his dreams on his own terms—but he can't do it alone. GRAMMY.com spoke with his creative team about how his new album, Blood Was Never Thick As Water, will manifest in the world.
Though New York may be the birthplace of rap, the genre has deep roots in Latin America. Today, musicians with ties to Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, and beyond are offering proud representation to Latinx rap fans.
In the newest episode of Behind The Board, musician/producer Alissia explains how her first major project with funk legend Bootsy Collins came to be, what Anderson .Paak teaches her and why she doesn't believe in musical competition.
Producer Michael Brun, group Lakou Mizik, singer Naika, and rapper Jackboy share with GRAMMY.com how they're paying homage to their roots and helping locals following a devastating earthquake in Haiti.
In the latest episode of Global Spin, Cuban singer/songwriter Eme Alfonso shows off the versatility of her home country's music with a lively performance of her 2018 track "Veo."
If I Could Make It Go Quiet is Marie Ulven Ringheim's most significant work to date. But the singer/songwriter also known as girl in red didn't get there through impulsivity or scrappiness, but sheer meticulousness—a desire to get this thing right.
Released 20 years ago, the Strokes' Is This It became an instant classic by oozing effortless cool and providing a much-needed jumpstart to the rock world.