J. Cole, Nas, Tyler, the Creator, and Kanye West are nominated for Best Rap Album at the 2022 GRAMMYs Awards show.
As the hip-hop mogul prepares to release his 11th studio album, Rick Ross is feeling on top of the world in multiple ways — and it resulted in what he calls his best work yet.
In the latest episode of Herbal Tea & White Sofas, find out why Parcels' Patrick Hetherington asks for this small, aquatic crustacean on his backstage rider — and how it spiraled into a meta-joke.
In the latest episode of Global Spin, watch singer/songwriter George Perris represent his home country of Greece with an uplifting performance of "No Armor."
Kenny G's devotees aren't going anywhere; the indifferent will probably remain that way; haters will continue to hate. But as a new HBO doc illuminates, those willing to drive his fans away from the jazz community should think twice.
In the newest episode of Positive Vibes Only, watch singer/songwriter Anthony Evans deliver a heartfelt performance of "Fighting for Us."
The latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind travels back to the 32nd GRAMMY Awards to highlight 10-time GRAMMY winner Bonnie Raitt and five-time GRAMMY winner Don Was for their 1990 Album of the Year win.
Singer/songwriter Lolo Zouaï pairs live instruments with cinematic visuals to orchestrate a sublime performance of "Desert Rose," in the newest episode of Press Play.
The brand new category features some of Latin's biggest names. Dive into the nominated albums from Rauw Alejandro, Bad Bunny, J Balvin, KAROL G, and Kali Uchis.
Award-winning host and comedian Trevor Noah of "The Daily Show" fame will return as master of ceremonies of the 2022 GRAMMYs Awards show, broadcasting live from Crypto.com Arena (currently STAPLES Center) in Los Angeles Mon, Jan. 31.
In the latest episode of Herbal Tea & White Sofas, watch María Becerra discuss what she needs on her rider to have a great show — from vegan food to traditional maté.
Now that the pumpkin-pie hangover has lifted and we're all back to work, it's time for the burning question of the holiday season: What's your favorite Christmas song?
Nigerian star Joeboy is part of a vanguard of Afrobeats artists making soothing and gorgeous music — so when some well-intentioned TikTokers took his song "Sip (Alcohol)" in a hedonistic direction, he felt compelled to speak up.
After the world lost one of theater's legends on Nov. 26, GRAMMY.com explores the mark Stephen Sondheim left on the musical world and beyond.
The Beatles: Get Back explodes the narrative about the end of the Fabs — their final year wasn't what the world thought it was. But the true value of the doc isn't in what four people did in 1969, but its lessons for creators working today.