After topping the U.S. charts three times in less than a year, the fast-rising Louisiana rapper tells GRAMMY.com about the breakout success of his new album, Top, the inspiration he finds in his young kids and his close relationship with his fans.
The latest episode of GRAMMY.com's History Of video series traces Napster's explosion of popularity to its demise... and return.
The Recording Academy has announced seven Hispanic Heritage Month virtual programs that will feature members of the Academy, alongside music j
The Sonic Youth founding guitarist also digs into how living abroad has affected his view of the States and how young people today—especially his own daughter—give him hope.
The all-female psychedelic band petered out before making an album. Now, as senior citizens, they’re sharing their second via GRAMMY.com — and they have one hell of a story to tell.
GRAMMY-nominated gospel singer-songwriter Kierra Sheard is joined by her mother, GRAMMY-winning gospel icon Karen Clark-Sheard, in a heartwarming performance that speaks to the social justice movements happening across the U.S. today.
Ahead of her second solo album, the Speedy Ortiz frontwoman talks to GRAMMY.com about her "most maximal" work to date, drawing influence from David Berman—and sampling Elliott Smith's broken microwave.
How traveling back past the heaviness of loss led to light and hope on the act's sophomore LP.
Speaking to GRAMMY.com, the D.C. songwriter and producer discusses his musical upbringing, his journey towards making 'Live Forever' and what he says to anyone who asks about his "genre-defying rock music."
The late rapper carved a new lane in hip-hop, and the moves he made in just a short time will continue to breed new talent for years to come.
For the latest edition of Record Store Recs, the Colombian artist takes us to some of his favorite record stores around the world and reveals the gems he's found.
The GRAMMY-winning guitarist talks to GRAMMY.com about his storytelling partnership with Audible, feeling ignored by media because of his identity and much more.
The Biggest Night in Latin Music is nominated under the Non-English Language U.S. Primetime Program category along with "La Reina del Sur" – Season 2, "No te Puedes Esconder" and "Preso No.1". Winners will be announced on Nov. 23 at a ceremony in New York.