Ahead of Quincy Jones' appearance at the Inaugural Black Music Collective GRAMMY Week Celebration during GRAMMY Week 2021, GRAMMY.com explores how the producer, composer and arranger built a launchpad for some of the most revolutionary voices in Black American music.
Each first-time GRAMMY Award winner will receive an Exclusive Edition GRAMMY timepiece made of GRAMMIUM; Bulova is also offering a Special Edition timepiece available to the public.
For the latest episode of Press Play At Home, Nashville singer/songwriter Lydia Luce sings of love as a labyrinthine struggle worthy of a world war.
One of rap's breakout stars of 2020, Jack Harlow discusses his first GRAMMY nomination, adjusting to the visibility of fame and the everlasting staying power of "Whats Poppin."
Ahead of the inaugural Women In The Mix virtual celebration during GRAMMY Week 2021, GRAMMY.com celebrates two-time GRAMMY winner Cyndi Lauper, one of the event's powerhouse participants.
Quarantine-friendly and partly virtual, the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show will be the first of its kind. Here's how to experience the one-of-a-kind ceremony from every angle.
Taking place Thursday, March 11 at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET, the free virtual event will feature exclusive performances and a round-table interview with Haim, Brittany Howard and CHIKA.
Airing Tuesday, March 2, through Sunday, March 14, on SiriusXM, the limited-edition The GRAMMY Channel will feature music from some of this year's nominees.
In this episode of GRAMMY Flashback, watch how artists across the years, from U2 to Kacey Musgraves, react to winning the vaunted Album Of The Year category, one of the most anticipated awards every year at the GRAMMYs.
Streaming live internationally Sunday, March 14, via GRAMMY.com, the 63rd GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony will feature a number of performances by current GRAMMY nominees like Rufus Wainwright, Terri Lyne Carrington + Social Science, Jimmy "Duck" Holmes and many others.
Fan experiences include the launch of GRAMMY Debates with Watson, the first-ever AI-driven debates about the music industry, and the transition of GRAMMY.com workloads onto IBM Cloud.
Beyoncé, Lido Pimienta, Doja Cat, Mickey Guyton, Grace Potter and many others come together to celebrate the musical richness and creativity women bring to music.
Fiona Apple, Big Thief, Phoebe Bridgers, HAIM, Brittany Howard and Grace Potter are the talented nominees for Best Rock Performance at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards—who do you think will take home the golden gramophone?
COLLECTION:live, the GRAMMY Museum’s official streaming platform, offers a variety of can’t-miss presentations this month—from Women’s History Month to Ringo Starr to a Spotlight Saturdays Series Takeover by Hollywood Records.
Following the release of her 2020 debut album, 'Lady Like,' rising country star Ingrid Andress, who is up for three GRAMMYs this month, explains why having her breakout year during a pandemic worked out for her.