2020 New Member Class Roundtable
The GRAMMY Museum is partnering with former First Lady Michelle Obama's Reach Higher Initiative and the Recording Academy's university chapter GRAMMY U to provide tools and resources to college students and recent grads looking to get their foot in the music industry.
"I've been waiting all day for / One night vacation," the Haitian-American singer/comedian/hosts sings, invoking a fun night out with friends we've certainly been missing lately.
Like Marvin Gaye and so many '70s heroes before him, D'Angelo imbued easy listening with urgency on his studio debut.
Academy President/CEO Harvey Mason jr. says, "We'll continue to fight to achieve inclusive representation across gender, race, age, national origin, sexual orientation, and beyond within our community."
Towers addresses police brutality and racism, channeling Malcolm X with more of a traditional hip-hop sound that takes him back to his roots.
The Spanish festival's fifth anniversary event will take place July 7-10, 2021 and also feature Mumford & Sons, Angel Olsen, Yungblud, Alec Benjamin, Alt-J, Diplo & Major Lazer, The Rapture and more.
The Mötley Crüe drummer talks to GRAMMY.com about genre-hopping on his forthcoming solo work 'Andro', life in lockdown and being "57 going on 15."
Quarantining from her home in Los Angeles, Orji spoke to GRAMMY.com about the overwhelmingly positive response around "Momma, I Made It!," separating Yvonne the comedian from her very different "Insecure" character and why now—in the time of coronavirus and the Black Lives Matter movement—it's more important than ever to show and experience Black joy.
The vibrant Bogotá-born, New York-based electropop duo take us to their favorite vinyl spots in Williamsburg, Bed-Stuy and Bushwick.
The coronavirus relief package aims to support music venues, theaters, museums, galleries, independent cinemas, cultural institutions and freelance workers in the arts.
Daniels died of a hemorrhage stroke at Summit Medical Center in Hermitage, Tenn. on Monday, July 6.